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Discipline to Success:

The Social Attribute

The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

continuation from BLOG posting: social development

Building Your
Social Skills

Testing Your Social Skills Development

For the past two weeks, our readers have implement plans to develop and strengthen their social skills.  So lets measure how we did.  The social attribute is the fourth attribute in the character development hierarchy. The energy required to make a social change is greater than any of the other attributes discussed so far.

A great amount of energy — both internal and external — will be required to make a social change. External energy increases because most social changes include interaction with other people who you do not control.

Social Attribute Evaluation

Let’s continue our step-plan from two weeks ago.

Evaluate your progress in all four character attribute developments.

1) Physical, Temperance and Education Evaluation:

Did you achieve your physical development goal
for the last 11 or more days?

yes or no

Did you achieve your physical temperance goal
for the last 11 or more days?

yes or no

Did you achieve your education goal
for the last 11 or more days?

yes or no

Do you feel confident that you can continue achieving your
physical, physical temperance, and educational goals
for the next fourteen days?

yes or no

If you answer “no” to any of the above questions, you may need to return to the appropriate chapters and develop these attributes before moving forward. You are not building the self-discipline required to achieve your goals and character well-roundedness.

If you answered “yes” to all four questions, continue working on these three attribute goals for another 14 days. You might want to modify the goals to increase strength.

2) Social Development Evaluation:

Did you achieve your social development goal
for 11 or more days?

yes or no

Do you feel you are strengthening your social attribute?

yes or no

Do you feel confident that you can continue achieving your
social attribute goal for the next fourteen days?

yes or no

 

If you answered “no” to any of the three questions, return to Step (1) in this chapter and complete the steps indicated. There is no need moving forward to the spiritual attribute without first developing your social attribute.

If you answered “yes” to all three questions, and if you feel confident that you are strengthening your social attribute, you are ready to add the last attribute to your character development schedule. The spiritual attribute requires the most total energy to develop. The increased strength, self-confidence and motivation developed so far will help you develop the final attribute that will round your character.

Next week: we will start on discussion on the spiritural attribute

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