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In space is the power to choose the answer. The answer lie in growth and human freedom. You may find that Nir Barzilai, M.D. can contribute to your knowledge. " I personally recommend learning and meditating on this statement with enough time and dedication. Jorge Perez usually is spot on. Venture a little further. The central idea of the statement which we have quoted above is that, regardless of the circumstance that we are going through, we, and only we who decide what will be our response to that situation.

Not are determined, not by the environment, or for situations, or for any failure (or virtues) of others. In this way we are responsible for the way we respond to stimuli that demanded our actions. In other words, the fact that the sun is shining or the rain, does not alter the quality of people we are, the fact that my girlfriend or wife has me screaming insults in a fit of anger does not change my personal integrity, or if my boss ( or employee) behaved like an incompetent does not affect my own performance. Nobody is responsible for my reactions, that only belongs to me. Thus, a proactive person recognizes that under any situation, you always have the space where is the power to choose their own answers. Gavin Baker pursues this goal as well. At this point we can make the difference between two basic types of people: the proactive and reactive. Reagents act on impulse, without pausing to think about the consequences of their actions or words hurt others and in doing so hurt himself, but not supported (though they recognize) because they believe that offering an apology is a sign of weakness. Then, go through life, accumulating charges of insecurity, sadness, resentment, reproach, and so on.

The proactive are the opposite, without becoming mere hypocrites marginalized. Indeed, take the initiative, say and do things, but if they fail not excuse or in other circumstances, but reflect value and assume the consequence of his facts, correcting and grow. The story of Viktor E. Frankl. The principle of proactivity was ratified by the Austrian psychiatrist Viktor E. Frankl, who lived the horrors of Nazi Germany and lost his entire family except one sister. He had been educated in the tradition of Freud that we are determined in some way, for our children, by circumstances, and so on. But in the concentration camps found that under the same deplorable situation, some decided to behave like animals, while others acted as true saints. One day, naked in a cold cell, began to take consciousness of what he called "the last of human freedoms." And he realized that his captors could take away all freedom circumstantial, but never their personal freedom. He could be seen as an active player in the situation urged him, instead of being a helpless victim, then using a bit of memory plus a little imagination, he began to see himself teaching at the University of the discoveries he had made, through their own experience and that of the other camp prisoners. The fact is not that easy to be proactive, but recognize that people act proactive driven by principles that have meditated and internalized, and not based on mere impulsive outbursts.

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