While you should always be on your guard, in reality there is a price to making wrong predictions. There are 4 points to remember when deciding whether to act on your predictions or not.
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There are 4 elements when it comes to predicting violence:
Though the media tends to present violent events as unavoidable, this is almost never the case. The signs that predict violence are ignored by the right people for long periods of time before it is too late.
These events refer to escalations of stalking, domestic dissatisfaction, office troubles and many others.
💡 Scroll down for some tips on how you can identify the cues of dangerous behavior!
First, facing a problem, conflict, or some exciting opportunity, we train ourselves to detach from the heat of the moment.
We work to calm down our excitement or our fear. We get some distance.
1. Fear of failure- failure is not final.
2. Perfectionism- 95% is not good as 100%. But its lot better than zero
3. Fear of wrong choice-any decision is better than no decision.
4. Boring task- delegate, if can't delegate make it a fun activity, set a time to complete.
There are many causes of procrastination. Unfortunately, there's still a tendency to associate procrastination with laziness and mental weakness.
by Damon Zahariades
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