This is a book about how a person can successfully change beliefs. In our world, in order to know where we belong, we must know what our beliefs are. Some of the beliefs came from the environment while others are created by people. A child's beliefs came from its surrounding such as parents, school and Medias. People who change beliefs are people who want to expand their horizon. But most of us are afraid to go beyond what we are capable of. How can we go out in our own comfort zone? Why we need to change our beliefs? Why a person failed to change his believe? How can we successfully change our beliefs? All the questions are answered here in this guide.
Behavioral economist and New York Times bestselling author of Predictably Irrational Dan Ariely returns to offer a much-needed take on the irrational decisions that influence our dating lives, our workplace experiences, and our temptation to cheat in any and all areas.
What if your life is a mirrored recollection of your beliefs and could be changed tomorrow?As science, psychology, and spirituality come together to provide evidence to how our beliefs and thoughts impact our lives, people are discovering that their outcomes in life stem from internal thoughts and beliefs rather than external barriers.Parenting with Soul provides a road map to love where adults and children can discover what their souls are truly calling them to be; free from thoughts and beliefs that lead to fear and the worries of the past and future. Many adults parent from old school beliefs that the world is dangerous, resources are scarce, and the world is in competition for these limited resources. By adopting beliefs that the world is loving and abundant, a parent supports a life for a child based in hope and joy rather than fear. When parenting from a fear or an ego perspective, adults are passing down beliefs to their children that lead to negative emotions, thus preventing them from realizing their full potential. Parenting with Soul asks parents and/or caregivers to assess their beliefs and level of happiness as a determining factor in making the decision to be a parent.
Science teaching practice is influenced by a teacher's beliefs about what students should learn and by other implicit beliefs related to teaching and learning science. Through this two-phased qualitative study, an understanding was sought about what middle school science teachers believe the purpose of science education and students' understanding of science should be. The goal was to gain an understanding of these beliefs and see how that could help design more effective professional development initiatives.
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In Core Christianity, author, pastor, and theologian Mike Horton explains the essential and basic beliefs that all Christians share. In addition to unpacking them in a way that is easy to understand, he shows why these beliefs matter to our lives today.
Predictably Irrational demonstrates how irrationality manifests itself in situations (often very peculiar and hilarious) where rational thought is expected. In this astounding book, groundbreaking in scope and totally original, Dan Ariely cuts to the heart of our strange behaviors and presents outstanding material that will keep every reader transfixed. He explains why honor codes are actually effective in reducting dishonesty in the workplace, why a 50-cent aspirin can cure a headache that a one-cent aspirin cannot, and, ultimately, why we make decisions contrary to our better judgement. Predictably Irrational will help readers make better choicesin their personal lives, their business lives, and about our collective welfare.
Studies of teacher beliefs about language learning, as compared to student beliefs, are relatively less common, especially concerning English language learning in Asian countries. The educational reform movement in Taiwan encourages learning English for communicative purposes and values individual interests. However, many current in-service English teachers and parents learned English via grammar translation method and testing, which focuses on the correction of language forms. As a result, these English teachers and parents may or may not share similar views about the changing trends in English learning. A survey and an interview protocol were served as data collection instruments. Teacher beliefs toward English learning in Taiwan were fully revealed in this book. The book provides the mutual understandings between eastern and western perspectives in terms of language education.
Popular culture is a kind of unconscious religion and mass media is its electronic temple. The psychological forces engaged by today's entertainment, news and advertising are the same as those that superstition and ritual manipulated in the past. Like any religion, popular culture has instilled a system of beliefs in its followers, a mass faith which serves the interests of economic and political elites. The book examines these beliefs, the psychological operations that cultivate them, and how they have led us into the present global crisis.
Why do smart people make irrational decisions every day? The answers will surprise you. Predictably Irrational is an intriguing, witty and utterly original look at why we all make illogical decisions. Why can a 50p aspirin do what a 5p aspirin can't? If an item is "free" it must be a bargain, right? Why is everything relative, even when it shouldn't be? How do our expectations influence our actual opinions and decisions? In this astounding book, behavioural economist Dan Ariely cuts to the heart of our strange behaviour, demonstrating how irrationality often supplants rational thought and that the reason for this is embedded in the very structure of our minds. Predicatably Irrational brilliantly blends everyday experiences with a series of illuminating and often surprising experiments, that will change your understanding of human behaviour. And, by recognising these patterns, Ariely shows that we can make better decisions in business, in matters of collective welfare, and in our everyday lives from drinking coffee to losing weight, buying a car to choosing a romantic partner.
KNOWING what is TRUE for YOUThe moment we 'arrive' we inherit and assimilate a matrix of beliefs from parents, teachers and society at large. Many of those beliefs will lead us down blind alleys and dead ends as they skew our decisions and the direction of our life. Others will generate many moments of unhappiness that we call stress.To believe is to say 'I don't know'. And belief is certainly not the truth. So how are we to realize and know our own truth?Mike focuses on 30 universally accepted beliefs exposing them as false at best and lies at worst. He sets up new signposts that help you discern and clarify deeper truths for your self.Always with the awareness that you have to make up your own mind, he doesn't tell you what to think, but shares his own personal insights and invites you to join him in a process of reflection and contemplation, helping you to clarify: Why certain beliefs get in the way of the truth The difference between belief and truth How do you know that you know The 'truth' about all beliefs What your world looks like beyond belief Why ALL beliefs can be misleading An expose of 30 belief systems that run our life including SUCCESS, SECURITY, SELF ESTEEM, POSITIVE THINKING, LOVE and LOSS.Mike George is a bestselling author of 14 books exploring self-awareness, the cultivation of spiritual intelligence, how to free your self from emotional suffering and the realization of a more enlightened way to live.
Often the only thing separating successful people from the crowd is the beliefs that they have running around inside their heads and their innate self-confidence. But this book isn't about promoting unrealistic positive thinking - it's a book that helps you understand the complex psychology of our beliefs, our assumptions, opinions, values, attitudes, judgements, biases and delusions. Some of us overestimate ourselves and are overconfident or even unwittingly arrogant and unable to see our flaws. Others amongst us underestimate ourselves and are unaware of our full potential. The reality is the most of us overestimate ourselves in some respects and underestimate ourselves in others. This book will open your eyes, doing away with unhelpful beliefs and instilling new, more helpful beliefs about yourself and the world. Follow the practical advice within the book and you will make better decisions and be able to take action in order to fulfil your true potential. The reader of the book will: - understand why beliefs and the many thoughts we have in our heads are often the only thing that distinguish successful, confident, happy people from the crowd - learn the differences between the helpful and unhelpful beliefs running around in your head. How are some of your assumptions, values and opinions holding you back? - learn how you can change many of the beliefs you have to make them more useful to you - in both your personal and professional life, whether you're looking for a promo...
Accountability is the assignment of responsibility for conducting activities in a certain way or producing specific results. Students' performance depends on how effective their teachers are. When teachers are held accountable, students receive better instruction. Teachers are really affected by their beliefs due to the fact that teachers with positive beliefs about language learning and teaching exposed more accountability and were considerably proficient.