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    Instead of focusing on the main character, he focuses on the office space and the people that inhabit it from nine to five every business day. This approach is particularly enjoyable, and it was an effective way to keep the reader interested by presenting new information every paragraph, but not focusing too much on any one subject. This also forced the reader to come up with their own conclusion, and kept the story moving along at an exciting pace. Another reason why this story was interesting and effective is that many people can relate to working in an office building, and while it is commonly viewed as a mundane environment, Daniel Orozco shows that there is exhilarating and unusual people and things happening all around the office every day. Through his description of Anika Bloom, who may seem like a shy and normal girl, but deep down there is more going on and something very unusual about her…

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    The function of the experiential method is to relate these two dimensions of experience; existence, and, logic. The experiential method approach is about the process, not content. The process approach focuses on how the individual talks in therapy. In the experiential method, verbal contents are only used as indicators of an ongoing experiential activity. The concern is not with the verbal narrative, but with the evidence of an experiential behavior (focusing). In other words, verbalization has…

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    Mill's Argument Analysis

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    Americans tend to believe that happiness is focusing on yourself and not focussing on the other things. There are no specific ways to become happier because not everyone thinks the same thing about happiness. There are many books and articles and videos about how to become happy but they're not exactly correct because many people can think different about happiness. Many people may think that money is happiness or others may say that there family and friends are there happiness or they may just…

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    Topic of Interest 1: "Focusing on Customers Is New to Business Strategy" With the shift of focus on selling products, to investment in customer loyalty, I found it interesting that this is a relatively new concept. As I grew up, we purchased things. That is about as far as my thought process ran and it was not until I realized that the coupons being dispensed at my local grocery store were related to my shopping habits that I realized that they were tracking my purchases. That ability to type…

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    Iberg J: Focusing

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    The need for patients to describe their illness and symptoms in detail is not always as obvious as wanting to have their condition understood by a member of health-care staff. This can be an opportunity for the patient to portray their feelings and anguish towards the challenges in every day life, more of a emotional release mechanism and a way of justifying to themselves how well they are coping with managing their conditions and illness. Simply having the opportunity to vent their frustrations…

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    Focusing: A Short Story

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    give back. I make furniture and temporary shelter for the poor. In the end, there isn’t much to update you on. Unfortunately, not much happens to me anymore. You should be glad you never lived to this age. It’s quite troublesome: you’re either struggling to live or struggling to feel happy. When one is fortunate enough not to be bed bound, they are lonely all the while. Children and adults treat you with respect, but never like a friend. Ever notice that being ignored is more hurtful than…

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    Nelson Mandela once quoted, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Acquiring is a job is primary purpose and focus of every student after graduation. Today students are lured or forced in their early years to choose an education specialty that will help them acquire skills required to find a successful career in that very field. The job market changes in seasons are exposing graduates to a greater risk, since the skills may not keep them employable after…

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    Danger Spoting Case Study

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    St. Vincent Group topic: Danger Spotting and Focusing PO was not present for OP group today. Received a voice message from PO at 10:58am, informing CDP that PO was unable to attend group due to “over slept”. Chrono was made. CCO was notified. Garcia Group topic: Danger Spotting and Focusing PO was not present for OP group today due to illness. CCO notified. Durler Group topic: Danger Spotting and Focusing PO was a no show, no call for OP group today. CCO was notified. Gibson…

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    Human beings have always assumed that to be happy one must acquire lots of materialistic goods, but studies have shown that one’s happiness is not dependent on buying things for oneself. Philosopher John Stuart Mill believes that happiness is only achieved by not focusing on one’s own happiness, but one has to be selfless to be happy. John Stuart Mill’s view on happiness is true, in that people find happiness by serving others as well as simply spending their own money on others. Servicing…

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    In Letters to a Young Poet "Letter One" a young poet asks Rainer Maria Rilke for criticism on his work. Rilke commands the poet to look inside and uses certain words which sets the tone. These commands make Rilke sound like an educator. He creates meaning in the letter by focusing on the importance of the young poet. The tone is friendly. In the first paragraph of his letter Rilke says "Nothing touches a work of art so little as words of criticism" (Pg. 5) He sets the tone for the rest of the…

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