Thursday, October 20, 2011

Competence Leading to Improve Personal Life

Do you have the competence to improve your everyday living and overall humane existence, or do you lack this quality? To improve personal living you have to find competence to take control. Our life is our personal way of making choices, which contributes to oneself. In life we have inner coaches, counselors, etc that help us to achieve this. We also have helpful experts in the world who will take the time to help those who find it difficult to help themselves. You have many options and resources available to you.

How to use competence

Competence is earned. You must learn how to build competence to use it. A person with competence will take what they learn and use it to solve different situations in their life. They will make what they learn second to the first nature they intend to acquire. A competent person always sees the new light at the end of each tunnel.

When a person has competence, he or she feels joyful. A joyful person will consider each incident, experience etc. in life as something they can learn from. In the same manner this person will not allow bad events to weigh him or her down. The person will take the bad, see new light and continue learning from his or her mistakes.

We hear bad news every day. Crimes, accidents, even calamities. This is out of our control. Therefore, we must see the new things in a new light. For instance, you can say “I do not have control over the world, yet I have control over my actions.” Once you see that you can only change you, you will live happily and be free of worries and concerns.

You will need to learn how to suspend judgments of yourself and others. In difficult moments, it is best to pray and lift your trouble to the Maker. You will feel less burdened in the process.

It is ok to have opinions, but when you do not have facts to support your claims, it's best not to speak. Too many times people accuse, offer opinions, speculate, or jump to conclusions, which has caused major problems in the world. If you do not have facts behind you, or to support what you say, shut up. Allow someone else in the world to make the next mistake.

If you want to live a happier life, you will need to build your energy. To build energy you will need to eat properly, exercise and take good care of yourself. You will need to associate with positive people and learn to help others as well as yourself. The more effort you put forth, the more you will get back from your efforts.

Next, you want to consider your health. Frequent doctor visits, exercise, eating right and avoiding harmful chemicals and substances are a start to improving your health.

Once you get your health in check, you can move to build self-awareness. Self-awareness is the process of evaluating self. When you can sit back and look at you, you have self-awareness. What can I do to change bad habits? How do my bad habits deter me from being my best self? Remember to laugh as you evaluate yourself to keep from taking life too seriously.