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Life Coaching People

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

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They are fighting to overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. people with self-esteem are authentic, there is congruence between what they say, think and made. people with self-esteem know ask apologize and admit when they are wrong. people with self-esteem believe itself themselves, they are constantly autoafirmando, know that they can learn, have a positive attitude and openness to life. people with self-esteem are optimistic. people with self-esteem are realists.

people with self-esteem are sensitive to others and their problems. people with self-esteem do not feel victims powerless of the world that surrounds them. They have the capability of venturing in and out of your zone of comfort. people with self-esteem recognize your fears, accept them, integrate and free, to propel itself forward in pursuit of new dreams. people with self-esteem seek inside to try to understand what is happening to your around, i.e. who understand that the circumstances do not create manthey reveal. people with esteem are empathic, i.e. are people who can and know put in the shoes of the other, really involved in the world of the other, which does not want to say that sympathize or agree with that, but really.

comprise people with self-esteem maintain visual contact with the other or others when they communicate, and have a stance balanced and relaxed in your body, from her head to her feet, as a result of its harmony and congruence inside. Finally and not so be the least important pointa person with self-esteem has the courage and the courage to say what he feels, even when expressing her self internal means to go through the pain of disapproval, rupture, and to be condemned or poorly interpreted, by people who are really important for her, but definitely do not negotiate with their dignity and personal integrity, because it has no price. people with high self-esteem only establish personal and labor relations where the norm is to win – win or not There are treatment. people with self-esteem constantly autoafirman, through incorporate into your inner world that is entitled to be, making mistakes, and a fresh start, he has faith in the process, and they know that it is good.


Thursday, August 1st, 2013

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Proposal for literary analysis: analysis of the characters in this article proposes an approach to analyze the characters in a literary narrative in written form. We must, first, determine which is the protagonist (or actors) of the work and what are the secondary characters. It can also be taken into account if there is an antagonist, and appear different types of characters, for example: round (with several facets, with many features or qualities, complexes, complete), drawings (characters type, archetype or prototype; with a single feature, without complexity; are built around an idea or a single passion) and functional (those who do not are characterized). 1 Character analysis of the protagonist of a work can be done, as well as the analysis of other topics, in different ways. We suggest the following schema. Each sub-theme should be done in a paragraph and all the ideas must be supported. 1.1 Physical characterization to physically describe the protagonist according to the features that the author gives us through the work if there is no physical description in the work, must build a description based on the actions and way of being of the character. We must sustain our judgments.

1.2 Characterization psychological is the spiritual, moral, psychological; description feelings, passions, values, etc. are taken into account Each attribute must be supported by actions or way of being or think of the character. 1.3 Actions briefly narrated the actions that the character performs. To develop this topic, respond to the question: what did you do? We consider above all the central action and based on that action we analyze the issues remaining: motives, purposes, means and consequences. 1.4 Reasons or moving the reasons are causes, forces or springs that drive a character to act. The reasons that determine the behavior of a character are varied and complex. They include aspects biological, philosophical, psychological, spiritual, emotional and rational; factors pertaining to the physical or social environment, even as remote as the destination and external forces.