Welcome to the new Navitent!
To save your work as Navitents,
Schedule them for the future or
to do Navitents that may have
multiple days, like Checklists
and Courses, please log in or
create an account.
Create Free Account
Enter the email address you used when creating the account. A message will be sent to that address containing a link to reset your password.
SEND RESET LINK
We’ve sent the reset link to the e-mail address on file. For security reasons the link can only be used for one hour. If you do not receive your email within five minutes check your spam folder or check to ensure you entered your e-mail correctly.
To continue using Navitent and all of its features, create a FREE account here.
CREATE FREE ACCOUNT
Have an account? Log In
Start:Nov 29, 2021
Goal: this Cognitive Trail will improve the ability to separate fact from fiction. (Perception vs. Reality).
'Perception' will guides trekkers in being able to tell the difference between fact and fiction in situations that typically trigger strong ... Read More
You are now unfollowing
You are now following
Hey there! Welcome back!
We've got a little challenge for you today.
Pay attention to your spidey senses. That's the sense that's something isn't quite right.
If someone gives you an odd look, seems intense, or says or does something that makes you feel uneasy or defensive:
Visualize an actor like Michael B. Jordan or Lupita Nyong'o. They have it.
The reason they have it isn't the fame. It's not the fortune. It's that they know who they are on the inside, and that confidence is what we see on the outside.
How confident are you that being you is enough?
Who are you?
When you realize that being yourself is enough, you can approach potentially difficult conversations with a lot less stress and a lot more confidence.
When you see something that makes you wonder if you're on someone's bad side, take your 'I know who I am' approach and confront your misgivings.
To kick start the conversation, you could say something like, "Your expression made me wonder if something was wrong. Were you deep in thought, having a bad day, or upset with me about something?"
*LISTEN with both ears, a closed mouth and an open mind.
This is a lot easier to do when you know who you are.
*ACKNOWLEDGE that you heard them.
*RESPOND calmly. You could say, "when you did ...... (fill in the blank), I took it as... (fill in the blank). But what did you mean by it?"
The point isn't intimidation. Go for a win-win where each person walks away feeling good, feeling respected, and feeling free to be themselves.
Are you feeling it so far?
After the conversation you'll be able to put down another survival tool: disproportionate sense of injustice. That's the need to have the upper hand in every situation or the flip side which is the need to avoid conflict altogether.
Your new tool is the ability to determine the reality of a situation and feel good about it rather than relying upon assumptions that can lead you down a bad path.
How much do you think these tips will help you in the long run?
Head for the video icon and watch the late great, Maya Angelou, give her take on the power of words.
Afterwards tell us how she made you feel.
Ms. Angelou also said, "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
Picture a person who you just can't seem to get along with for whatever reason.
What do you think would happen if you followed Ms. Angelou's advice? Write about it in the space below.
If you are enough just as you are, then that confidence is what tends to cause an interaction to go your way.
The power of words begins with what you tell yourself. What are you telling yourself about yourself?
Navitent Name: Day 12_Words
You are sharing the navitent at URL:
has a navitent to share with you.
[Email Address], [Email Address], [Email Address]