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COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH (101)
QUESTIONS BASED ON HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS
1. RIGHT MENTAL ATTITUDE
Thinking the right, positive way makes for success, happiness and a satisfying life. Negative way
leads to failure, unhappiness and dissatisfaction. Many develop the way of thinking that others are
watching them with a sharp and critical eye and disapproving them. It makes them shrink mentally
and emotionally. The potential remains unused. Living to win others’ approval makes for a major
personality defect. The fact is that others have neither the time nor the inclination to examine
us as we think. They are too busy living their own life. Anyway, why fuss about them?
Unsuccessful people are under self- created pressure. They say, ”What will others say?” ”What’s
their thinking about me?” Another form of wrong attitude is, “I must act as Mr. S does.” “If I am
not like him, I am a failure.” When you are pre- occupied by such thoughts, you are trying to
become someone else. You become a pretender, losing all your ownness. You become frustrated and a
failure. Many greenhorn writers, for example, instead of developing their own talent, ape a
celebrity and end up with a pile of rejection slips. Then give up. Many greet troubles, which make
their life harsher. They mar it because it makes them uneasy and distressed. Practical, positive,
constructive thoughts bring the best out of you without distortion. Do what can be done about a
setback without brooding over the morbid and miry side of it. Heed facts without pushing
them under the carpet. Be rational. Sentimentalism besets and befogs the mind. Self-pity has never
converted failure into success. The do-it yourself man learns to accept disappointments. He gets
more out of life. He respects his own efforts and recognizes their values. One who learns from his
mistakes, makes a full man. He emerges a winner in the long run. One who ignores mistakes, emerges
a whiner.A whiner, when trouble or defeat comes his way, blames somebody else: bad luck,
circumstances, work conditions, hostile environment or some other influence. He never thinks of
heart-searching and self-analysis to get to the root of his failure. He does not discover his own
faults. Self-analysis could be of tremendous help to him, and bring about the needed
transformation. Failure is success inside turned outside.
K suffers from a sense of inferiority. He is very often in a state of misery. Consequently, he is full of self-pity. Life has, for him, become a nightmare. Failure is his fate, in his own words.It works wonders when you recognize faults which should be corrected. This attitude brings a sense of satisfaction.
It also builds self confidence and character, develops personality, mental toughness which enhances one’s ability to face life courageously. Your success depends on your own attitude more than any other factor.