Discussion about "Image".
Self-Talk about relationships. Questions from the Millennials. (Generation Y)
Were you prepared and committed to your purpose and goals in life ?
Topic: Relationships "Should I Stay or Should I Go"
Series of self-talk: Self management and how to move from one position to another, moving the needles and mountains in your life. *This episode gives the metaphors of P.B.S (Pigs, Bit*hes, and Slaves)
Part 2 conversation with Matt, a student from the University of South Florida – questions from his cohort (Millennial). What are key traits to foster a relationship with individuals from a professional and personal perspective. Personality is what we project, while character is that person you are; the true you when no one is looking. What’s on the inside will radiate every time. PBS message in terms of school or workplace, address slackers from the very beginning, do not be afraid to advocate for what is right, do not sit back and let things happen to your colleague regardless of ethnicity. Let’s be intentional about what is right. We are the sum total of our experiences. What you do now, will be your history at some point. Move towards other-people-thinking mode.
Chuck has a candid conversation with Matt a student from USF. Matt addresses concerns from his cohort-Millennial. How do you prepare, sustain, and complete whether you are in college, in a relationship, embarking upon a career ? ; it's all about how you start, go through the process, and how you complete.
Chuck wraps up Self Talk series with recommended steps: (1.) have a plan; (2.) don't be a P.B.S; and (3.) don't be a saviour. In life, whenever we are faced with events allow your thoughts to drive your feelings. When your thoughts drive your feelings, the outcomes are usually better.
Image says a lot about a person; why are we so consumed?