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  • Being Human: An Individualistic Approach to Life

    I was asked to promote the individuality of people who are stuck in a world that promotes being conventional, so I wrote a poem that demonstrates basic human needs and wants that need to be corrected in order to achieve individuality and confidence in your personality.

    published: 24 Aug 2014
  • Rudolf Steiner: What is Ethical Individualism?

    http://philosophyoffreedom.com Ethical Individualism was described by Rudolf Steiner in 1894, in his Philosophy of Freedom. While Rudolf Steiner was born a clairvoyant, but he was not born an Ethical Individualist. He had to train his thinking to become one, just like anybody else will have to do. Steiner developed his thinking through an education in mathematics, science and philosophy. We have plenty of knowers. And we have plenty of doers. But the one who matters the most is the knowing doer, the one who acts out of knowledge. This is the Ethical Individualist. The Ethical Individualist feels a part of each life situation he meets. But does not allow himself to be determined by it. He acquires knowledge of a situation by using the method of science —observational analysis— to discover...

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  • The Basic Factors Of Ethical Individualism

    What is an Ethical Individualist? This video looks at 7 factors. 1. Capacity for intuition 2. Specific life situations 3. Functioning of intuition 4. Effective ideas 5. Ethical content 6. Moral Maxim 7. Decisive factor 1. People vary in their capacity for intuition. In some, Ideas bubble up easily, while others acquire them with great difficulty. To learn more: http://philosophyoffreedom.com/ Whether our knowledge is superficial or whether we are able to grasp a deeper level of reality depends on our power of intuition. It is our intuition that makes things intelligible. You may notice intuition at work while you are observing something. You gain more focus and ignore the immediate familiar thoughts that normally rush to mind. You wait for something new and deeper to arise. Some peop...

    published: 23 Jun 2017
  • An Individualistic Approach to Economic Problems -- Alex Epstein

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  • Collectivism and Individualism

    In this lecture we examine collectivism and individualism from the perspective of the 20th century economist and philosopher Ludwig von Mises =================================================== Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/academyofideas Recommended Readings: Human Action by Ludwig von Mises - http://amzn.to/1sAEWm3 (affiliate link) Planning for Freedom by Ludwig von Mises - http://amzn.to/1OZSzpe (affiliate link) Visit http://www.academyofideas.com for more videos, video transcripts and more! ===================================================

    published: 14 Mar 2013
  • Biggest challenge in conducting international business. 8 questions to ask yourself

    Hello my name is Jindra de Baat. I am passionate about the well-being of business guests, trustful relationships, hospitality and cultural diversity. The biggest challenge in doing business internationally as a Dutchman is to be "Dutch". We cannot help it, it is simply in our "genes". You cannot change this by learning this from a book or find a course that you can follow. Speaking a language doesn’t mean much either. There is much more to it to apply different cultures nuances. We Dutchmen are a proud people - small but with a big mission: Being big and thinking big. However... Just act normally, do not do anything out of the ordinary and everyone is equal. The Dutch are very individualistic and it is important to know that in 93% of countries there is more of a group culture than in the...

    published: 09 Mar 2015
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  • What is INDIVIDUALISM? What does INDIVIDUALISM mean? INDIVIDUALISM meaning & explanation

    What is INDIVIDUALISM? What does INDIVIDUALISM mean? INDIVIDUALISM meaning - INDIVIDUALISM definition - INDIVIDUALISM explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Individualism is the moral stance, political philosophy, ideology, or social outlook that emphasizes the moral worth of the individual. Individualists promote the exercise of one's goals and desires and so value independence and self-reliance and advocate that interests of the individual should achieve precedence over the state or a social group, while opposing external interference upon one's own interests by society or institutions such as the government. Individualism is often defined in contrast to totalitarianism or collectivism. Individualism makes the...

    published: 10 Aug 2016
  • What is INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE? What does INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE mean?

    What is INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE? What does INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE mean? INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE meaning - INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE definition - INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Individualistic culture is a society which is characterized by individualism, which is the prioritization, or emphasis, of the individual over the entire group. Individualistic cultures are oriented around the self, being independent instead of identifying with a group mentality. They see each other as only loosely linked, and value personal goals over group interests. Individualistic cultures tend to hav...

    published: 25 Jun 2017
  • Intercultural Communication: What is Individualism and Collectivism?

    The workforce has become more and more diverse: different ages, values, ethnicities, and cultures. Some of people are reluctant talking up or challenging others’ ideas. Some cultures value the individual, whereas others value the group. This is referred to as individualism or collectivism. People that listen, without challenge, may be members of collectivistic cultures. They tend to be more attentive to and concerned with the opinions of significant others. They tend to be less direct in conflict situations and often place greater emphasis on harmony. They feel loyalties and obligations to groups of which they are members: the family, the community, the organization, and their work teams. If you grew up in the United States, you are likely a member of an individualistic cul...

    published: 03 Oct 2016
  • Collectivism Vs Individualism - MGTOW

    Collectivism Vs Individualism - MGTOW Mizzou Pays a Price for Appeasing the Left https://www.wsj.com/articles/mizzou-pays-a-price-for-appeasing-the-left-1503258538 MGTOW Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCdmY4IGjwY Hi Everyone Sandman Here, This video is brought to you by a donation from TechnoMageB5 and here's what he briefly has to say: "Hey Sandman, Please expedite covering the topic of Individualism vs. Collectivism. Thanks." Well TechnoMage thanks for the donation and topic. Given the current climate in the United States and Europe with regards to SJWs and commies and other collectivist groups rising up I think it's important to cover this topic. Many people on both sides of the alt political spectrum want us to take their side. But the way that I see MGTOW is that ...

    published: 27 Aug 2017
  • East Africa states faulted for developing individualistic policies

    East African states are still developing policies favourable to their individual economies as opposed to plans focused on the region. This individualistic approach is curtailing efforts towards a common East African Market. NTV's Laban Cliff Onserio brings us details of the ups and downs of the EAC integration from the land of a thousand hills as arose on the first day of the East African Manufacturing Summit taking place in Kigali, Rwanda Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter. Like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya. Follow and Double tap on Instagram: NTV Kenya Join Our Telegram channel: www.telegram.me/NTVNewsRush

    published: 23 May 2017
  • Connectivism - My EM203 Learning Style

    Which theory most supports your own approach to learning in this online course and how? As discussed in the video I created, connectivism is the learning theory that considers an individualistic based learning approach. Connectivism promotes self-directed learning, in the sense that the individual acquires knowledge from existing resources, without any instruction to do so. The success of an individual under connectivist learning theory is dependent on self-driven exploration. The theory focuses largely in the use of internet technologies such as blogs, websites, applications, and forums, which offer very unique opportunities for individual learning. Ultimately, connectivism suggests that the more connections one makes with others, the more they will learn. Learners in the 21st century h...

    published: 07 Feb 2016
  • CQ -- Individualism vs Collectivism -- New Horizons 21 -- Oliver Phillips.mp4

    Every culture has a value system. If we are to become culturally intelligent, it is critical that these values are clear, so that the adjustment process is not fraught with peril. For the most part, these values are matters of difference, not right or wrong. As such, we are free to communicate openness, acceptance and trust to people who may express these values differently than we do. These values sometimes create some tension when we seek to work together. One such tension is that between an individualistic approach versus a collectivistic one, where the decision of the group takes precedence over the individual. Cultures like that of the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom score very high on the individualism scale, as compared to other societies like Singapore and China. ...

    published: 23 Aug 2011
  • The Individualistic Motivator

    TAKE YOUR own personalized TTI Talent Insight Report for your Behavior (DISC) and Motivator (PME) results today! http://www.truelifecoaching.com/services-products/ What is a Individualistic? -You desire to lead and direct -Your a planner -Tactical in approach to life ...discover what drives your behavior, how you communicate, stress creators, etc. CLICK HERE: http://www.truelifecoaching.com/services-products/ if you would like to learn more about the TriMetrix Sciences: (DISC) Behaviors, (PME) Motivators and (EQ) Emotional Quotient. You will have the opportunity to purchase the assessment and video which will help you identify, in depth, YOUR motivators. This information will help you focus in on your goals - whether they are professional or personal! Build confidence, trust and comm...

    published: 25 Jun 2014
  • Moral Individualism

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  • Challenges of negotiating amid hyper-individualism: David Andrus at TEDxCollegeoftheCanyons

    David C. Andrus has been a Professor of Political Science at College of the Canyons (COC) in Santa Clarita, California since 2002. At COC, Professor Andrus has served as Vice-President of the Academic Senate, Chair of the Senate's Policy Review Committee and currently as Chair of the Department of Political Science. He has also served as the founding President of the full-time faculty association's political action committee. Professor Andrus holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from California State University, Los Angeles with an emphasis on International Affairs, as well as a Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University School of Law. He has worked for a political consulting firm where he served as a Political Organizer and Field Director for United States congressional campaig...

    published: 07 May 2014
  • Q-054E: Are Americans more independent and individualistic than Indians

    Lack of individuality among Indians is a misleading stereotype first propagated by colonial Indologists and has been peddled by vested interest groups of varying agenda while the facts point to exactly the contrary. The individual freedom offered by traditions based on embodied knowledge cannot be remotely matched by the institutionally controlled narratives of history-centric western religions. Regarding vegetarianism, the western approach is very anthropocentric while the Dharmic approach is based on a selfless concern for welfare for other living beings.

    published: 21 Sep 2015
  • Bryn Terfel and Antonio Pappano on what makes Boris Godunov a masterpiece (The Royal Opera)

    This short film featuring interviews with Bryn Terfel, who sings the title role in the Russian opera, and Music Director of The Royal Opera House Antonio Pappano. The film also shows footage of the opera in rehearsal, with Susanna Stranders accompanying on the piano. Find out more: http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/bor... The psychological acuity with which he depicts the tsar’s power and vulnerability makes great demands on the singer-actor, nowhere more so than in the acclaimed soliloquy ‘I have attained the highest power’. Musorgsky’s subtle handling of different genres results in a particularly crucial role for the chorus as the Russian people, from their manipulation at Boris’s coronation to their credulous enthusiasm for the Pretender. The opera’s highly individualistic approach to...

    published: 22 Mar 2016
  • Individualistic perceptions of a situation by Dr Gajanan Dhanipkar

    published: 17 Nov 2012
  • Introduction to Ethical Approaches

    An introduction to: Utilitarian or Common Good Approach Rights-Based Approach Fairness or Justice Approach Kantian Approach or the Categorical Imperative Virtue Approach Common-Sense Ethical Pluralism Approach

    published: 17 May 2016
  • I am an Individualistic Doer

    This is the personality video for the Individualistic Doer iPersonic type. Check http://ipersonic.com for your free personality test and community.

    published: 03 Apr 2008
  • The Importance of Individualistic Education

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Being Human: An Individualistic Approach to Life
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I was asked to promote the individuality of people who are stuck in a world that promotes being conventional, so I wrote a poem that demonstrates basic human needs and wants that need to be corrected in order to achieve individuality and confidence in your personality.
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Rudolf Steiner: What is Ethical Individualism?
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http://philosophyoffreedom.com Ethical Individualism was described by Rudolf Steiner in 1894, in his Philosophy of Freedom. While Rudolf Steiner was born a clairvoyant, but he was not born an Ethical Individualist. He had to train his thinking to become one, just like anybody else will have to do. Steiner developed his thinking through an education in mathematics, science and philosophy. We have plenty of knowers. And we have plenty of doers. But the one who matters the most is the knowing doer, the one who acts out of knowledge. This is the Ethical Individualist. The Ethical Individualist feels a part of each life situation he meets. But does not allow himself to be determined by it. He acquires knowledge of a situation by using the method of science —observational analysis— to discover the laws at work. The Ethical Individualist knows how to think scientifically. He also uses thinking in regard to ethics. The Ethical Individualist sees a certain value in all ethical principles. And always asks in each case whether this or that principle is the more important. To select an ethical principle, he uses the method of philosophy —conceptual analysis. The philosophical method uses universalized or generalized concepts of things rather than the specific details. This prevents outside influences from controlling the thinking. The philosophical method works with pure concepts. By thinking in pure concepts, knowledge is acquired by means of pure reasoning alone. Pure reasoning intuitively selects the ethical principle to be applied. Developing the ability to enter into pure reasoning is the key element in becoming a free thinking Ethical Individualist. The Ethical Individualist is capable of rising to the level of pure reasoning. At this level the conduct of the ethical individualist is not predetermined by his own character, or by an external authority. The action is not a stereotyped one that merely follows rules, nor is it one that is automatically performed in response to an external stimulus. Instead, it is an action determined purely and simply by its own ideal content. The Ethical Individualist carries out a deed that originates within himself. It is a free deed! But before a universal ethical principle can be realized, it first needs to be imaginatively translated into a picture of a specific action. This requires having imagination. By creating idealistic imaginations he envisions a goal to strive for. People who merely preach ethical codes without being able to turn them into a plan of action are morally unproductive. The Ethical Individualist is imaginative and innovative. The world the Ethical Individualist wishes to transform is already living according to certain principles and laws. Such as the laws for understanding the world and its people, found in ecology, sociology, and psychology. Violating these existing laws that hold things together may cause unnecessary disruption. To avoid disruption, the Ethical Individualist studies the general scientific knowledge in his field of work. With this knowledge he arrives at the best way to skillfully implement his idealistic imaginations. He transforms the world without violating the natural laws already in place. The Ethical Individualist acquires the technical knowledge needed to successfully carry out his goal. The Ethical Individualist strives for sublimely great ideals because they have become the content of his own being. They are his intuitions and are the driving forces that empower his will against all obstacles. He wants them, because the translation of his intuitions into reality is his highest pleasure. He does not regard his ethical task as a matter of duty, but rather to follow his love for the deed. The Ethical Individualist is completely self-empowered. In "The Philosophy of Freedom" Steiner describes the three essential capabilities he calls ethical intuition, ethical imagination, and ethical technique. --Ethical Intuition is the capacity to intuitively select an ethical principle for a particular life situation. --Ethical Imagination is the capacity to imaginatively translate a general ethical principle into a specific picture of the action to be carried out. --Ethical Technique is the capacity to transform the world according to one's ethical imaginations without violating the natural laws by which things are connected. Those who aspire to become a self-empowered Ethical Individualist, find ways to train their mind in scientific thinking, pure reasoning, creative imagination, and acquire any technical skills needed in their field of work.
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The Basic Factors Of Ethical Individualism
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What is an Ethical Individualist? This video looks at 7 factors. 1. Capacity for intuition 2. Specific life situations 3. Functioning of intuition 4. Effective ideas 5. Ethical content 6. Moral Maxim 7. Decisive factor 1. People vary in their capacity for intuition. In some, Ideas bubble up easily, while others acquire them with great difficulty. To learn more: http://philosophyoffreedom.com/ Whether our knowledge is superficial or whether we are able to grasp a deeper level of reality depends on our power of intuition. It is our intuition that makes things intelligible. You may notice intuition at work while you are observing something. You gain more focus and ignore the immediate familiar thoughts that normally rush to mind. You wait for something new and deeper to arise. Some people are more spontaneous and can just start talking or writing creatively will little effort. Others struggle with endless re-thinking to get it right. Some people get big insights. For myself, every big step in knowing was the result of having grasped a thousand smaller steps. It is helpful to notice when you have a flash of insight compared to normal everyday thinking. 2. The life situations of people that provide the setting for their action is also very different. Every situation is different so the best solution cannot be learned in advance. A child is upset. He needs more than a hug, his situation needs to be understood. Are they sick, did they bump their head, did they swallow something? Observation and thinking analysis can lead to an intuition that tells us what our child needs in that moment. 3. How a person acts will depend on the way his intuition functions when he is faced with a particular situation. In this case it was discovered that the child lost his bear. If we want to transform a situation without doing harm, we depend on intuition. If our intuition functions slowly we will be unable to deal with an immediate crisis. If we become emotionally upset or confused so we can’t think, we will be in trouble. If we don’t discipline our thought we won’t grow as an ethical person. If our intuition is functioning in a healthy way we are dealing with reality. The good news is that we can cope with reality. But we cannot cope with the scary fake reality created by the media or ourselves. 4. The total of effective Ideas within us, the actual content of our intuitions, makes up what is individual in each of us despite the universality of Ideas. Our intuitions are the first appearance of thought in their pure form. They are universal thoughts. These universal thoughts are “effective” in that we fully comprehend them in a clear, simple way so that we can apply them to our life. These universal ideas have content. They include ethical principles, natural laws, pure concepts and ideas. They are the core of our knowledge. Each individual has acquired a different composition of universal ideas. Everything “individual” about us, and I emphasize individual, is an extension of our core principles. They explain our experience, build our character and determine our action. 5. Insofar as this intuitive content is a reference for action, it is the ethical content of the individual. To reach our pure intuitive content, we need to rise up to the level of conceptual thought. All this content becomes ethical content when we use it to determine our action. We think within our universal ideas to form a reason to act. Our action is logically determined solely by our intuitive universal content. But this is not a dry intellectual experience. We experience an intuitive impulse to act filled with truth, inspiration and power. 6. To let one’s individual ethical content express itself in life is the moral maxim of the one who regards all other ethical principles as subordinate. We call this standpoint ethical individualism. By expressing our ideal ethical content in life we are striving to realize our ideals in the world. Living to one’s highest ideals brings the greatest happiness. Soaring in the realm of pure concepts is the sweetest pleasure. Being empowered by truth, freedom and the love for what we do, becomes the most important thing for an Ethical Individualist. 7. In a specific situation the decisive factor in an intuitively determined action, is to find the appropriate, completely individual intuition. Whoever is unable to intuitively determine action, will have to depend on his predetermined character, obey others, or worst of all, remain a stereotype with a group identity. The decisive factor is to find the appropriate, completely individual intuition. It is appropriate when it is reality based and does no harm. It is completely individual when we think it out for ourselves within our own universal content. It is intuitive when it appears as an impulse to act filled with love for the objective of our action. We love it because what we accomplish will realize our universal ideal. cartoon characters: ©pixtoncomics
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An Individualistic Approach to Economic Problems -- Alex Epstein
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In this lecture we examine collectivism and individualism from the perspective of the 20th century economist and philosopher Ludwig von Mises =================================================== Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/academyofideas Recommended Readings: Human Action by Ludwig von Mises - http://amzn.to/1sAEWm3 (affiliate link) Planning for Freedom by Ludwig von Mises - http://amzn.to/1OZSzpe (affiliate link) Visit http://www.academyofideas.com for more videos, video transcripts and more! ===================================================
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Biggest challenge in conducting international business. 8 questions to ask yourself
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Hello my name is Jindra de Baat. I am passionate about the well-being of business guests, trustful relationships, hospitality and cultural diversity. The biggest challenge in doing business internationally as a Dutchman is to be "Dutch". We cannot help it, it is simply in our "genes". You cannot change this by learning this from a book or find a course that you can follow. Speaking a language doesn’t mean much either. There is much more to it to apply different cultures nuances. We Dutchmen are a proud people - small but with a big mission: Being big and thinking big. However... Just act normally, do not do anything out of the ordinary and everyone is equal. The Dutch are very individualistic and it is important to know that in 93% of countries there is more of a group culture than in the Dutch culture. Do we want to adapt to ultimately achieve a higher goal, or do we stick to our very substantive, very individualistic approach? Like our Dutch culture has taught us? The Chinese, the Russians, the Indians, the Saudis, the Brazilians who come to the Netherlands to do business just have to adapt to our customs and manners. Those suitcases with tons of investments, mergers and acquisitions and purchases of your services and/or products and the cutthroat competition around you. What does your business partner expect from you as an initiator, organizer, and negotiator and or the expectations of a company in the Netherlands from you as a host, and what are they used to? Divide the internal process: the essential negotiations and the parties concerned and the external moments: the business experience. Your Biggest challenge? Read the article for more.http://www.guestmanship.com/biggest-challenge-conducting-international-business/
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What is INDIVIDUALISM? What does INDIVIDUALISM mean? INDIVIDUALISM meaning & explanation
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What is INDIVIDUALISM? What does INDIVIDUALISM mean? INDIVIDUALISM meaning - INDIVIDUALISM definition - INDIVIDUALISM explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Individualism is the moral stance, political philosophy, ideology, or social outlook that emphasizes the moral worth of the individual. Individualists promote the exercise of one's goals and desires and so value independence and self-reliance and advocate that interests of the individual should achieve precedence over the state or a social group, while opposing external interference upon one's own interests by society or institutions such as the government. Individualism is often defined in contrast to totalitarianism or collectivism. Individualism makes the individual its focus and so starts "with the fundamental premise that the human individual is of primary importance in the struggle for liberation." Classical Liberalism, existentialism, and anarchism are examples of movements that take the human individual as a central unit of analysis. Individualism thus involves "the right of the individual to freedom and self-realization". It has also been used as a term denoting "The quality of being an individual; individuality" related to possessing "An individual characteristic; a quirk." Individualism is thus also associated with artistic and bohemian interests and lifestyles where there is a tendency towards self-creation and experimentation as opposed to tradition or popular mass opinions and behaviors as so also with humanist philosophical positions and ethics.
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What is INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE? What does INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE mean?
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What is INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE? What does INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE mean? INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE meaning - INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE definition - INDIVIDUALISTIC CULTURE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Individualistic culture is a society which is characterized by individualism, which is the prioritization, or emphasis, of the individual over the entire group. Individualistic cultures are oriented around the self, being independent instead of identifying with a group mentality. They see each other as only loosely linked, and value personal goals over group interests. Individualistic cultures tend to have a more diverse population and are characterized with emphasis on personal achievements, and a rational assessment of both the beneficial and detrimental aspects of relationships with others. Individualistic cultures have such unique aspects of communication as being a low power-distance culture and having a low-context communication style. Highly individualistic cultures include the U.S., Australia, Great Britain, Canada, the Netherlands, and New Zealand. Power distance is defined to be the degree to which unequal distribution of power is accepted in a culture. Low power distance cultures challenge authority, encourage a reduction of power differences between management and employees, and encourage the use of power legitimately. Low power distance is more likely to occur in an individualistic culture, because in a collectivist culture, people protect the well being of the group and established order so they would be less likely to challenge authority or people in power. Even though individualistic cultures are more likely to be low power distance, these cultures don't expect to completely eliminate power difference. People within this low power distance culture, however, are more likely to respond to such imbalances in power with more negative emotional responses than in the alternative, high power distance cultures. Low power distance cultures include Austria, Israel, Denmark, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, and Sweden. The U.S. ranks 38th on the scale. Individualistic cultures are also more likely to have a low-context communication style. This means that communication is precise, direct, and specific. Unlike in high-context communication, reading between the lines is not necessary in low-context communication. This explicit communication is used in order to prevent any form of misunderstanding between cultures. The ability to articulate the thoughts and opinions one holds as well as to express them eloquently are encouraged, as is persuasive speaking. Low-context communication is all content and no relationship dimension. Individualistic cultures tend prioritize the individual person over the group, and this can be seen in how the display rules vary from a collectivist culture compared to an individualistic culture. Display rules, are the rules that exist in different cultures that determine how emotion should be displayed publicly. In an individualistic culture, self-expression is highly valued, making the display rules less strict and allowing people to display intense emotion such as: happiness, anger, love, etc. While in a collectivist culture, moderation and self-control is highly valued for the well being of the group, So collectivist cultures tend to restrain from showing emotion in public.
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Intercultural Communication:  What is Individualism and Collectivism?
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The workforce has become more and more diverse: different ages, values, ethnicities, and cultures. Some of people are reluctant talking up or challenging others’ ideas. Some cultures value the individual, whereas others value the group. This is referred to as individualism or collectivism. People that listen, without challenge, may be members of collectivistic cultures. They tend to be more attentive to and concerned with the opinions of significant others. They tend to be less direct in conflict situations and often place greater emphasis on harmony. They feel loyalties and obligations to groups of which they are members: the family, the community, the organization, and their work teams. If you grew up in the United States, you are likely a member of an individualistic culture. People that are from individualistic cultures tend to view their primary responsibility as being to themselves. They probably gain most of their identity and self-esteem from their own accomplishments and are characterized by self-reliance and competition. They are probably relatively tolerant of conflicts, using a direct, solution-oriented approach. This orientation is likely to produce and reward stars. So, are you looking out for number one? Are you self-reliant, have high self-esteem, and I love to be recognized for your individual effort and success? Here are my suggestions when it comes to the issue of individualism and collectivism. Members of an Individualistic culture need to manage their desires to dominate group discussions and to “win” in problem-solving situations. Members of a collectivistic culture need to consider speaking up and speaking out, even if it means disagreeing, when it is in the best interests of the group.
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Collectivism Vs Individualism - MGTOW
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Collectivism Vs Individualism - MGTOW Mizzou Pays a Price for Appeasing the Left https://www.wsj.com/articles/mizzou-pays-a-price-for-appeasing-the-left-1503258538 MGTOW Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCdmY4IGjwY Hi Everyone Sandman Here, This video is brought to you by a donation from TechnoMageB5 and here's what he briefly has to say: "Hey Sandman, Please expedite covering the topic of Individualism vs. Collectivism. Thanks." Well TechnoMage thanks for the donation and topic. Given the current climate in the United States and Europe with regards to SJWs and commies and other collectivist groups rising up I think it's important to cover this topic. Many people on both sides of the alt political spectrum want us to take their side. But the way that I see MGTOW is that it transcends ideology and is about the individual freedoms for each man to do as they please. If a man going his own way wants to be a member of a collectivist groups while going his own way from marriage and co-habitation that's his own choice. But he needs to be aware of the danger of collective group think because it's not really group think. It's more about group feel. Throughout history many leaders have known that crowds do not think but they feel depending on what the person talking to them is saying. There are many famous speeches like the I have a dream speech and president John F. Kennedy's inauguration speech that come to mind because they are rational and present well thought out arguments and they are also impactful and emotional. 10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request.
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East Africa states faulted for developing individualistic policies
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East Africa states faulted for developing individualistic policies

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East African states are still developing policies favourable to their individual economies as opposed to plans focused on the region. This individualistic approach is curtailing efforts towards a common East African Market. NTV's Laban Cliff Onserio brings us details of the ups and downs of the EAC integration from the land of a thousand hills as arose on the first day of the East African Manufacturing Summit taking place in Kigali, Rwanda Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter. Like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya. Follow and Double tap on Instagram: NTV Kenya Join Our Telegram channel: www.telegram.me/NTVNewsRush
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Connectivism - My EM203 Learning Style
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Connectivism - My EM203 Learning Style

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Which theory most supports your own approach to learning in this online course and how? As discussed in the video I created, connectivism is the learning theory that considers an individualistic based learning approach. Connectivism promotes self-directed learning, in the sense that the individual acquires knowledge from existing resources, without any instruction to do so. The success of an individual under connectivist learning theory is dependent on self-driven exploration. The theory focuses largely in the use of internet technologies such as blogs, websites, applications, and forums, which offer very unique opportunities for individual learning. Ultimately, connectivism suggests that the more connections one makes with others, the more they will learn. Learners in the 21st century have very different and unique learning styles, and connectivism acknowledges the need for a dynamic learning concept. Connectivism is the learning theory that most supports my learning in this online course – Learning in 140 Characters or Less. As discussed in the video I created to supplement this write up, I find learning in the classroom quite difficult at times, especially in my economics courses. In most classrooms, you are expected to learn a certain way, and typically the way you learn is determined by the professor. Learning in 140 Characters or Less, however, is a course that allows the student to embrace their own learning theory, and for me, that learning theory happens to be connectivism. This online course is focused around the student completing tasks and homework on their own time, in a very collaborative, constructive, and openly communicative way. In this course, we are not expected to read a textbook and regurgitate information within it. Rather, we are expected to utilize all different kinds of learning mediums to understand core concepts of the course. This course utilizes reading materials such as articles, and opinions of our peers; it utilizes visual materials such as internet images, and videos on YouTube; and most importantly, this course revolves around the use of social media to share, view, and analyze all sorts of information. This course expects us to connect with our peers on Twitter, where we share our ideas between one another, and where we can easily access additional, related information. We utilize a collaborative discussion board on MyLearningSpace in which we, in groups, discuss course concepts on a weekly basis, on our own time frame. Also on a weekly basis, we are expected to access the current module, which delivers a new course concept, with heavy utilization of external resources such as articles, videos, surveys, forums, etc. in which we use to further our knowledge in these concepts and in the course. EM203 – Learning in 140 Characters or Less is a course that allows me to adapt within a dynamic and extensive learning environment, and that is why connectivism supports my approach to learning in this online course. **REFER TO COMMENT SECTION FOR PART 2**
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CQ -- Individualism vs Collectivism -- New Horizons 21 -- Oliver Phillips.mp4
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CQ -- Individualism vs Collectivism -- New Horizons 21 -- Oliver Phillips.mp4

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Every culture has a value system. If we are to become culturally intelligent, it is critical that these values are clear, so that the adjustment process is not fraught with peril. For the most part, these values are matters of difference, not right or wrong. As such, we are free to communicate openness, acceptance and trust to people who may express these values differently than we do. These values sometimes create some tension when we seek to work together. One such tension is that between an individualistic approach versus a collectivistic one, where the decision of the group takes precedence over the individual. Cultures like that of the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom score very high on the individualism scale, as compared to other societies like Singapore and China. The American dream saturates every aspect of life, and this prevailing attitude governs every fabric of society, nudging the individual to a commitment to pursue every conceivable avenue to achieve success, as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others. Individualistic cultures value privacy, honesty, freedom, loose affiliations with groups. And in family relations, they cherish truth, talking things out, and using personal persuasion to achieve goals and ambitions. Or again, governments encourage initiatives that highlight individual accomplishments such as the power of the vote, freedom of the press, and self-actualization, self-realization, and self-government.
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The Individualistic Motivator
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The Individualistic Motivator

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TAKE YOUR own personalized TTI Talent Insight Report for your Behavior (DISC) and Motivator (PME) results today! http://www.truelifecoaching.com/services-products/ What is a Individualistic? -You desire to lead and direct -Your a planner -Tactical in approach to life ...discover what drives your behavior, how you communicate, stress creators, etc. CLICK HERE: http://www.truelifecoaching.com/services-products/ if you would like to learn more about the TriMetrix Sciences: (DISC) Behaviors, (PME) Motivators and (EQ) Emotional Quotient. You will have the opportunity to purchase the assessment and video which will help you identify, in depth, YOUR motivators. This information will help you focus in on your goals - whether they are professional or personal! Build confidence, trust and communication skills that every high performing team needs. Take the step to next-level leadership!
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Moral Individualism
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Moral Individualism

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Challenges of negotiating amid hyper-individualism: David Andrus at TEDxCollegeoftheCanyons
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Challenges of negotiating amid hyper-individualism: David Andrus at TEDxCollegeoftheCanyons

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David C. Andrus has been a Professor of Political Science at College of the Canyons (COC) in Santa Clarita, California since 2002. At COC, Professor Andrus has served as Vice-President of the Academic Senate, Chair of the Senate's Policy Review Committee and currently as Chair of the Department of Political Science. He has also served as the founding President of the full-time faculty association's political action committee. Professor Andrus holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from California State University, Los Angeles with an emphasis on International Affairs, as well as a Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University School of Law. He has worked for a political consulting firm where he served as a Political Organizer and Field Director for United States congressional campaigns; political researcher; and as an international election observer and poll center manager on behalf of the United States State Department for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). He has led a political/education delegation to Colombia on behalf of a non-governmental conflict resolution organization. Professor Andrus has also headed a municipal public labor association where he headed collective bargaining efforts and participated in state mediation and conflict resolution. He is a former member of the United States Army and is a native of Southern California. -- Perspectives play an integral role in how we negotiate our lives personally, professionally, politically and globally. It frames the manner in which we attempt to solve problems, especially those that require interacting with other people. Individual perspectives are generally developed through one's life experience. As a professor of Political Science, David Andrus has maintained an interest in history, government and politics since he was young. David came from a large family whose members shared strong political awareness and educational focus. His late father was an educator in the field of Political Science and International Relations and his sister also maintains a career in education with a keen knowledge of public affairs. These influences and interests developed into a professional appreciation for the psychological and sociological elements that largely color political relationships. That same perspective now shapes his approach and understanding of all relationships in his personal and professional life. As someone who studies political processes, he tends to always analyze what is before him in order to find the best solution for any scenario. Such an approach to negotiating human relationships can be very empowering, yet emotionally exhausting when coupled with an empathy beyond one's self interest. And at times, such an analytical approach can in fact be counter-productive. Negotiating with those possessing dramatically different perspectives and goals presents unique challenges, and even more so when interacting with those having no interest or ability to further develop their own perspectives. In a democratic society especially, confronting these challenges on a day to day basis is what is required if we seek to build common ground in our work place, public policies, civil society, community, and family relations. -- In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Q-054E: Are Americans more independent and individualistic than Indians
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Q-054E: Are Americans more independent and individualistic than Indians

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Lack of individuality among Indians is a misleading stereotype first propagated by colonial Indologists and has been peddled by vested interest groups of varying agenda while the facts point to exactly the contrary. The individual freedom offered by traditions based on embodied knowledge cannot be remotely matched by the institutionally controlled narratives of history-centric western religions. Regarding vegetarianism, the western approach is very anthropocentric while the Dharmic approach is based on a selfless concern for welfare for other living beings.
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Bryn Terfel and Antonio Pappano on what makes Boris Godunov a masterpiece (The Royal Opera)
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Bryn Terfel and Antonio Pappano on what makes Boris Godunov a masterpiece (The Royal Opera)

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This short film featuring interviews with Bryn Terfel, who sings the title role in the Russian opera, and Music Director of The Royal Opera House Antonio Pappano. The film also shows footage of the opera in rehearsal, with Susanna Stranders accompanying on the piano. Find out more: http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/bor... The psychological acuity with which he depicts the tsar’s power and vulnerability makes great demands on the singer-actor, nowhere more so than in the acclaimed soliloquy ‘I have attained the highest power’. Musorgsky’s subtle handling of different genres results in a particularly crucial role for the chorus as the Russian people, from their manipulation at Boris’s coronation to their credulous enthusiasm for the Pretender. The opera’s highly individualistic approach to drama and declamation, and the towering central role for the title character, have ensured its position as one of the great works in the repertory.
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Individualistic perceptions of a situation by Dr Gajanan Dhanipkar
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Individualistic perceptions of a situation by Dr Gajanan Dhanipkar

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Introduction to Ethical Approaches
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Introduction to Ethical Approaches

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An introduction to: Utilitarian or Common Good Approach Rights-Based Approach Fairness or Justice Approach Kantian Approach or the Categorical Imperative Virtue Approach Common-Sense Ethical Pluralism Approach
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I am an Individualistic Doer
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I am an Individualistic Doer

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This is the personality video for the Individualistic Doer iPersonic type. Check http://ipersonic.com for your free personality test and community.
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The Importance of Individualistic Education
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The Importance of Individualistic Education

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