Life is like a puzzle. It is the fusion of many pieces that completes the concept we call life. Family, work, friendship, love. Each part of our lives is expected to be fulfilled We need to take the steps that are required. Our family expects academic success.Our friends must be kind and compassionate, our partner/spouse should be supportive, our boss should expect us to work hard, and society should allow us to conform and contribute to society’s standards.
Of course, being “Successful” in the world It is difficult to be full of these expectations. Because we all have our own perceptions of success. We also expect the same from ourselves. Sometimes our expectations can be realistic but sometimes they are unrealistic. We have difficulty evaluating ourselves objectively because of the impact that success or failure has on our self-esteem.
Each person has a different understanding of success.
This is the most important piece of the cake. It contains our expectations and thoughts about success. The content of each slice is different. Take a look at the reasons we succeed as pieces of a large cake.
The following is an extract from the Character of an individual Every person is different in terms of his life experiences, the expectations he has, and the expectations he holds about success. We can see that everyone has different criteria for success. Some people consider financial success a requirement for success. Others see living well as a criterion of success. A happy, healthy life may mean being successful. Some people marry to be successful. Others are more successful because they have the opportunity to advance their careers.
Because the success areas are all different, we can see the reasons behind success and failure in a different way. Let’s have a look at some studies!
What is self-bias and how can it be prevented?
Patrick Gosling says that while each person’s point of reference for success may differ, the reasons people attribute their success are very similar. Gosling explains the phenomenon with self-bias, We attribute success to internal causes when we are successful. External causes are responsible for our failures when we are successful. This phenomenon is sometimes called the Self-chipping is a popular trendWhen we succeed, we attribute it to our talent, effort, and skill. Even when we fail, however, we still succeed. You might think the cause is the influence of othersPoor conditions, bad luck, or a combination thereof.
Let’s examine self-bias using an example. When we get hired because of our self-bias, for example. Job interviewThis is due to our skills and communication abilities. If a job interview goes sour, we look for the reasons for it. We can identify the lack of interest, the disinterested interviewer, as well as the inability or unwillingness to explain the requirements.
There are three reasons self-bias can occur
So why does this happen? Researchers suggest that this bias could be due to many factors.
• In order to not damage our self-esteem, we may attribute the failure to external factors. reason. Look for the cause of loss. Self-esteem will drop and we will feel lower self-esteem. People with low self-esteem are often unable to cope with the reality that they have a tendency to be more anxious than others. Low self-esteem and low self-confidence are common signs of low self-esteem. This theory can be confirmed by failures in oneself.
• The second reason This may be our desire protect our self-image from the eyes of others. If we make a big deal about our failures, we might think we are incompetent, unsuccessful, or incompetent to help others. External causes may be blamed for our failure.
• Finally, our expectations may have come into play. We expect to succeed. We start a business. This expectation is, however, very average. We may expect external causes to fail because of this expectation.
This applies to everyone.
It is nearly impossible to say one truth about human beings. This phenomenon is not without exceptions. The areas in which a person attributes success or failure will vary depending on how they perceive themselves. In humble people, for example, it is possible to attribute the opposite of self-bias. An honest person might look for the reasons for failure and attribute the reason for success to external factors. People who are at peace with their bodies and have high awareness can be successful. Failure to address internal causes
We can see that, even though our countries and cultures are different, we have the same thinking styles as everyone else. Because we all share the same goal, success and failure are often explained in similar ways. We all want to maintain our self-worth for others and ourselves.