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The more we iterate and examine the structure of the brain of a man versus a woman’s brain structure is a radically different perception of reality, a different language, different communication, decision-making process, and sex ratio feeling and thinking mechanism completely different.
So how to cope?
First I would like to refine the mechanism I mean male or female mechanism, I mean Netto character of each party. Today we can identify each and every one thought and behaviour patterns of male and female. We eclecticism of the two together. Will be very difficult to find a typical man or woman by this template. As soon as I do I identify which engine running me and which of the two runs the spouse/partner on the other hand I can relate accordingly.
Female mechanism easier for him to connect the mechanism identical. Good communication is created, the bride and her mutual support they need. They understand each other sometimes unspoken. That is the feeling you could have developed. As opposed to the less masculine mechanism among each other, acting for the most part in individual sets.
Also, the feminine mechanism works empathy and a tendency to connect emotion, a high capacity to absorb and process information in around and features. While the mechanism is very typical masculine lines, direct thinking.
Human rule conflict stems from an inability to connect them. Since the typical male mechanism can not never dress feminine and reverse mechanism. He will know in advance and we understand that we can never change the other ones we have to learn how to bridge over gaps are in favour of the common bond, has been solved faulty understanding a large part of the human perception of reality.
An inborn trait the same for both sexes is a constant need for pleasure will cause a feeling of satisfaction and a sense of fulfilment. For example, A woman when she is happy and she feels emptiness, disappointment, frustration usually go out and buy something that gives her a sense of fulfilment moment. While a typical man usually prefers to go to the bar and drink.
Apparently, the operator mechanism is our desire for fun and pleasure, attitude, manner examination, and the decision-making process more completely different between men and women. Calculated as if the minds of the two employees in accordance with other software from one another.
And what is the proposed solution?
First, we need to summon the will on both sides and cooperation for change. Otherwise, it will not work. We must respect each other, we realized that we are different, and coping productively conflict resolution through dialogue is cultural. In how we listen and try to feel and understand the other’s desires and how to resolve the dilemma proposed by the other side. Whether it’s outing, making children’s education or real estate transaction. Compromising both sides will lead the optimum solution.
From which we are trying to change the other party to a new situation in which we together are the one towards the other and change for the benefit of common bond.
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Resolutions! Goal-setting! Accomplishments! A new year invites us to plan for our future. We writers have lofty goals. We want to write books, articles, poems, and screenplays that will entertain and inspire the world for generations to come.
But everyone knows that wanting to do a thing is very different from doing it. Setting a goal without a plan of action for reaching it is the sort of good intention that paves the way to hell.
To kick off the new year, consider these 6 simple secrets of setting a reachable goal.
1. Be Specific. You can’t accomplish something if you don’t what you’re striving for. Write down the One Big Thing you want to do this year. Be clear, quantifiable, and positive. For instance, “I want to write a novel” is too vague a goal to inspire anyone. “I will write at least 85,000 words of Nifty Novel Name and edit it before Christmas, 2011” is more like it.
2. Include Yourself. You should feature prominently in your goal. If you’re tempted to say your goal is: “Complete at least 5 articles for publication in magazines with a circulation of over 250,000,” reconsider, because you aren’t mentioned anywhere. It’s as if your goal exists without you. Beginning a goal with phrases such as “I will…” or “I commit to…” keep you connected with your dream from the beginning.
3. Be Responsible. “I will sign with an agent” and “I will sell my manuscript” are worthy aspirations but they make lousy goals. You cannot take responsibility for making them happen. Which means that you place your ability to reach your goals in the hands of someone else.
Make your goals something you alone can accomplish. Goals such as: “I will research and query 5 agents every month until I sign with one” or “each month, I will identify and contact at least 3 acquisitions editors of publishers in my genre until I have made a sale” mean the responsibility for making them happen is entirely up to you.
4. State Your Steps. Once you have spelt out your Grand Goal, identify the process you will follow to reach it. For instance, if your goal is to write and edit a full-length novel before the end of the year, you might break it into the following 12 monthly steps:
JAN: Outline the entire project and begin the required research.
FEB: Write the hook, complete the required research, create character notes.
MARCH – JULY: Write 20,000 words / month (5,000 words / week) until project is completed (100,000 word total).
AUG: Read and edit first 50,000 words. Solicit criticism on the edited draft.
SEPT: Read and edit final 50,000 words. Solicit criticism on the edited draft.
OCT: Rewrite. Incorporate necessary changes.
NOV: Polish prose until squeaky clean.
DEC: Edit for grammar and punctuation.
5. Know Your Penalty. Determine a suitable act of penance if for any reason you fail to meet your goal. It should be significant enough to motivate you to pursue your dream, but not something that demoralizes or depresses you. It should also be non-negotiable.
For instance, consider donating $100 to your favourite charity every month that you miss completing a “step” or making a $1000 donation at year’s end if the goal remains unmet. That way, even if you don’t do what you’d planned, your quest still holds great meaning and you still get to be a hero.
6. Plan for Success. Set your sights upon a worthy reward for making your goal. A mini-vacation, a night out on the town, signing up for lessons to learn something you’ve always wanted, or a (within reason) shopping spree might be appropriate. The key is to not allow yourself to indulge until your goal is achieved. Then the taste of success is doubly sweet.
So there you have it: start with a specific goal that you have the power to make happen, then devise a step-by-step plan, a penalty for falling short, and a reward for hitting the mark. See? Simple!
Why not take a few moments to share your goals for the following year below? Here’s wishing you every success in your writing endeavours.