Dealing with Different types of Attitudes
When dealing with different types of attitude you can find yourself in the position of defining the concept, making a classification of different types of attitude, and identifying the main factors that influence it.
Let’s start with the first thing: defining and clarifying the concept of attitude. In the long list of common updates of attitude you’ll find yourself caught in once you begin pursuit you’ll remember that attitude is something begining with “a state of mind” to “physical actions” towards/against something. The common denominator in all updates is actually the fact that attitude is always related to something. Attitude is an evaluative concept. There cannot be an attitude whether or not it’s not in a relationship to something. Attitude just as attitude is nonsense. Even when one is discussing general attitude or attitude, in general, is revealing to existence in general or general reactions in existence. In conclusion, we can say that attitude is actually the result of an evaluation and this result can be expressed as “state of mind”, “emotional response”, “physical actions” or other designs that you can find in accordance updates of attitude.
Now, going back to the type of perceptions let’s observe we can cluster the most common perceptions.
Usually, when we discuss one’s attitude we tend to analyze his/her behavior (what we can observe) and make a judgment on his/her attitude. In this case, we can believe that perceptions can be positive (when the behavior is towards the related subject), fairly neutral (when we see fairly neutral action related to the subject), and negative (when we discuss the away-from type of behavior).
If the attitude is simply the result of an evaluation and this result can be positive, fairly neutral, or negative. How we can deal with different types of perceptions? Let’s see first, how we take out decisions on evaluating things?
Mainly we are the result of all our previous experiences. They all add up and transform us into what we become.
OK, but in this case, how about our choices, our evaluation process, our decisions?
All decisions are based normally on facts, emotions, beliefs, values, and expectations.
Can we influence what exactly is it? Some we do, others we don’t and the most important thing is to know what facts we can influence and focus only fitted. Focusing on the part that you cannot do anything about can be very frustrating and energy-consuming. Be aware of what you can influence and do it if you do not reduce/overcome the effects of what you cannot change.
Can we influence emotions? Of course, in fact, we are responsible for our own emotions and our behavior will, no doubt influence others’ emotions. As Dale Carnegie said it “When dealing with people, remember you’re not dealing with creatures of intuition, but creatures of emotions”. And do you know what the best part of it is? It shifts also to us.
Can we influence beliefs? These are the most tricky to influence. Usually, we have never witnessed our own beliefs. When it’s about our own beliefs we tend to hide them under the appearance of knowledge. “I know that it is like I say it is! inches. Attitude Wallpaper Sometimes we tend to “know” things and then find facts to back them up. Usually, people tend to identify themselves with their beliefs and can act really unreasonable (e. gary. suicidal terrorists)
Can we influence values? Having in mind that values are deeply linked with ourselves and are an important part of what specifies us, we can translate this question to “Can we change ourselves? inches The answer is everyone can do it if would like to. Can we change others? My answer is no. We cannot change anyone that doesn’t try to deliver it. We can show them where, how, why, but the main decision is not mine.