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The Complete Student. Achieving Success in College and Beyond. Chapter Ten: Works and Plays Well with Others. Past play habits indicate the future. Personality and Attitude. Introspection Constructive Input Interacting with others. Extroverts vs. Introverts. Traits of Introverts

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The Complete Student

Achieving Success in College and Beyond

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Chapter Ten: Works and Plays Well with Others

  • Past play habits indicate the future.

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Personality and Attitude

  • Introspection

  • Constructive Input

  • Interacting with others.

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Extroverts vs. Introverts

  • Traits of Introverts

  • Traits of Extroverts

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Just Say “No”—Being Assertive

  • Enables you to speak up for yourself

  • Allows you to express negative emotions without anger of recrimination

  • Helps show positive emotions

  • Empowers you

  • Fosters ability to deal with minor irritations before they escalate

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Handling Feedback

  • Start out by listening.

  • Don’t rush to your own defense.

  • Join forces with the person who’s giving you the feedback.

  • Get a second opinion if necessary.

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Providing Feedback

  • Ask first.

  • Focus on what the person can realistically change.

  • Try to be specific.

  • Always include some positive comments.

  • Solicit a self-critique from the other person.

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Anger Management

  • Prevention.

  • Stop the action.

  • Try to avoid “never” and “always.”

  • Take your “angry” temperature.

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Conflict Resolution

  • Don’t take it personally.

  • Walk it off…work it off…laugh it off.

  • Always use the “I” word, not “You.”

  • Try to hold on to whatever is good.

  • Make a direct appeal for peace.

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Diversity

  • Approach everything as a learning opportunity.

  • Be proactive about your learning.

  • Acknowledge your own stereotypical thinking.

  • Seek common ground.

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Working with Teachers

  • Form personal connections.

  • Be an active participant in the classroom.

  • Teachers are people too.

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