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As the Athletic Director and head coach of the Varsity Soccer team at Ryerson University, Dr. Joseph is often asked what skills he is searching for as a recruiter: is it speed? Strength? Agility? In Dr. Joseph's TEDx Talk, he explores self confidence and how it is not just the most important skill in athletics, but in our lives.
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Thats it protect the snowflakes. Sometimes you have to point out mistakes so they know to learn. This creates the skills to take negative feedback and make it productive. If you only focus on the positives and sugar coat the negatives you dont create the coping skills to deal with the negatives. Thats why more students are killing themselves year on year because they are not used to failing....
TRY TALK/THINK TO YOUR SUBCONCIOUS MIND, GIVE IT A NAME, WHATEVER! IT'S PROVEN IT WORKS TO DO A- NY-THING YOU WANT!
Only problem is that YOU HAVE TO BE-LIEVE, IN YOURSELF AS WELL AS IN THE OUTSIDE ENERGY'S LIKE NATURE, MUSIC, ANYTHING, EVERYONE WHO IS-RADIATES POSITIVITY!
EVEN THE POSITIEVE COSMIC ENERGY'S, SÓ STRONG... (but that's what I Believe...).
Love from Holland! 🌷🌷
"We expect to be self confident but we can’t be unless the skill or the task we’re doing is not novel and is not new to us."
Truly awesome, thank you for this positive energy. It actually helped me a lot in learning how to get rid of negative self talks.
Practice does NOT make perfect! Perfect practice (deliberate practice) makes perfect. You could spend 10,000 hours doing the wrong thing, that doesn't make the skill that you practice any better.
Training for a skill is "Chimp" behaviour. Yes, you could build the Chimp up, but as soon as you throw a curve ball (new audience) the Chimp gets nervous and it can take over. Listen to the Chimp and practice but allow your Human to be the evaluator of whether you tried your best with what you had at the time and then evaluate your effort. Remembering always that you are fallible and will make mistakes,. but it is how many attempts you take and how you practice your edge (in whatever you do) is what will give you confidence in the long run in any endeavour.
I don't know if I agree with your use of the word fail. The only way I fail is when I give up on something I could have accomplished. But, I do get your point and love the way you think.
Maybe here is another. I LOVE MISTAKES. Mistakes are how we learn.
You can teach this at school, sure. But it won't do anything unless the kids want to get praised, unless the kids care about getting praised, unless they are willing to take that extra step to improve to get praised. Our school tried to implement this system where good behaviour gets a a point that's put onto a system, and if you get a certain amount you're awarded at assemblies. Well, the thing is, kids DIDN'T CARE about getting a reward, it was embarrassing to get sent up on stage and I would rather just not do my homework than do my homework and get some mere praise. If you're gonna implement this in school, you also need to implement motivation and make it worthwhile for the kids or I don't believe anything will change (at least in my school).
The best thing I learned in Behaviour Modelling was to practice the right things. Finding the right things and the right people to learn from was quite challenging until I focussed on results based learning. Self confidence is an important skill but shallow, egotistical self confidence is dangerous. It is also really important to know yourself, what you want to achieve and then to be true to yourself.