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Objectives

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Transcript of Objectives

Toning Down Opinionated Interactions
@DennisRelojo
I. Self-Presentation
II. Respecting Yourself
III. Building Your Worldliness
IV. Basic Commonly Courtesy
V. Toning Down Opinionated interactions
VI. Setting a Good Example
Self-Presentation
Building Your Worldiness
1. Be aware of the world around yoou.
Objectives
1. To realize that good manners and right conduct will always be important at all times; and

2. To know that people's impression to them will greatly affect how they will be treated.
1. present yourself well.
2.Greet people in friendly
and polite manner.
Respecting Yourself
1. Have
confidence.
2. Try to be
optimistic.
3. Respect
yourself
and others
around you.
4. State your
boundaries.
Basic Common Courtesy
1. Keep your
language
clean and respectable.
2. Never bully
others or take
advantageof
their weekness.
3. Give
everyone
a chance.
4. Live up
to your
promises.
2. Dont act like a know-it-all.
1. keep your cool and be prepared to see other people's side of the story.
Setting A Good Example
1. Be a good role model.
2. Be
yourself.
3.Don't
be overly materialistic.
4.Don't procrastinate.
"Knowing that we can control our own behaviour makes it more likely that we will."
-Peter Singer
Australian moral philosopher
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