Identify our own drawbacks 發現我們自己的缺點
Characteristically speaking, we tend to accept and even forgive ourselves, in that we may overwhelmingly like ourselves. But unfortunately, less attention has been paid to our own drawbacks, which I believe could be detrimental to our future development. For instance, provided feeling insatiable for our slow-paced or sluggish achievement in the domain of English writing, we have to take an immediate action to eradicate our drawback for the sake of reinforcing our writing ability.
Locating our drawback can in effect reflect our strength to deny ourselves as a cornerstone for another phase of metamorphosis. Though hard to confront it sometimes, we may pave the way for our further development and keep us on the right track, keeping us distant from the impasse. For example, if knowing that we are fearful of the height, we have to adapt to this dilemma by making more efforts to subdue this sense of fear in order that we may be accessible to those sceneries with enormous altitude.
Identifying our drawbacks is in need of our objective, rather than subjective, assessment with which to make complete our awareness concerned with what went wrong with our ability. Sometimes, if necessary, we ought to listen very carefully to how others feel regarding our performance in certain aspect, for this may greatly help reduce our subjectivity that may possibly blockade our perception toward ourselves. Thus, to prevent ourselves from having prejudice as to our drawbacks, consulting others for getting unbiased viewpoints can be of great importance to us.
Self-assessment, contrasted with that of others, tends to be relatively unreliable and worth less value in ameliorating ourselves. For example, an athlete needs a coach to provide him with an impartial, reliable comment or criticism to further augment his performance. This cannot be made possible merely by virtue of the athlete’s personal judgment. Under such circumstances, demeaning the importance of our own perceptive outcome tends to be exceedingly vital to us prior to attempting to eradicating our drawbacks.
Drawbacks, a barrier to our success, must be first identified via our strong willingness so that we may in turn remove them so as to be accessible to our final objective. In other words, the emergence of our drawbacks is found contradictory to our desired success. Aware of this, we are supposed to feel inclined to unravel our own drawbacks as the initial step necessary for our intended success. To this end, those two points mentioned above, consisting of objective assessment and self-denial, must be put into effect. Their existence may ultimately help us to be accessible to our final success.