Tuesday, May 27, 2014
There are many physical symptoms of fear. For example sweaty palms, difficulty swallowing, nervous shakes, and of course the hairs rising on the back of your neck. Fear can really affect the way you think. Fears simulates your fight or flight reflex and cancels out any real thinking about the situation. Fear can even affect the way you see and hear. Your brain plays tricks on you by changing everyday objects and sounds into something that can jump or startle you.
Friday, May 2, 2014
Power. If I were in a supervisory position with lots of power over other people I would probably be upset if someone tried to get me fired. I would mostly be upset because I had worked so hard to get to the position that I was in. I might peacefully ask the person why they wanted me fired but if they respond disrespectfully I would probably use my power against them and have them fired. If that person were also in line for my position and wanted to get it I would have them fired as soon as possible. If someone were to discover this person before he became too much of a threat I would promote this person for being trustworthy.