Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Transactional Analysis Time Management

Transactional analysis time management is the process of combining two strategies into one plan, making it come together to reach a specific target. For example, when we are working, playing, or doing anything that connects to a goal, we need social skills and effectual communication to make it work. If we are lacking in social skills and communication our time management scheme will surely fail.

If you are ready to get started, today we are going to learn some information that can help us flow with ease through life and through everything, our life touches.

I was watching a Youtube segment about how to learn the Newfoundland language, which is English. However, the dialect of Newfoundlanders is unique to that Province and I think the world. Understanding each other is important, and even if we all speak the same language but have different dialects, we may not understand each other. If we do not understand that each of us is different in our own way, we are often on the road to failure.

Dialect consists of grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, language, and so on. The world focuses on proper English, as a rule, to follow that leads us to productivity. The fact is most North American’s do not know proper English because they fail to understand the dialect. The American English first came into focus in the earlier centuries and came directly from England. The English Language spoken in the United States and Canada is mixed up and visibly distinguished from British England, yet not as different as to be a divided language.

This means everyone has their own method of communicating; leading us to believe that proper English is a diverse form of communication and it takes an open mind to communicate effectively as well as having social skills that develop good relationships. We are all different in our own ways, and so are our languages. No one really has the correct way of communicating effectively, yet all of us must conform to some rule. This is where we combine elements of one technique with another to make a complicated skill work.

Now to combine transactional analysis to get time management in order, we must open our minds and think creatively to reach a goal. The transitional action is the process of communicative (open-mind) action connecting more than one person or things that equally have an effect on our influence on how we connect. The analysis then is the employ of purpose word in its place of inflectional forms as a characteristic method of a verbal communication.

Inflectional is changes in your tone or volume in the voice, and the changes of form that words undertake to mark differences that meet gender, race, mood, tension, voice, number of people and so on in the process of communication and socializing. Breaking it down, when you keep an open mind you are combining transactional analysis, contributing to time management since social skills and communication are CRITICAL to reaching goals and managing time.

We can also consider other facets of analysis that can help us produce effectual communication and social skills. After carefully analyzing words for years, I come to the conclusion that understanding is part of the speaker’s problem. If you do not understand someone, it might not be you with the problem. The speaker, if he or she is not using their words properly, can interrupt communication negatively. Therefore, you must learn to listen to speakers, reading between the lines as you hear what they are saying. 
Finally, if we want a well-planned time management scheme, we have to work hard every day to make our dreams come true! 

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