ideal self

ideal self

a person's conception of how they would ideally like to be.
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Aroyewun said, 'The ideal self is the self that you aspire to be.
To lead Is to make a choice, I would encourage anyone In business to be able to describe their Ideal self as a leader.
With social media you can construct your ideal self perfectly like a brand and that is one of the issues around social media.
A human being has at least three selves: our ideal self, our best self and our real self.
Now after the practice of self notion according to Buddhism, with mindfulness practice, often in the context of meditation, subject can pull off a breakdown of the boundary between the Ideal self and false self" and can learn how to keep away materialistic wishes in the form of personality profile from the " Ideal self and the object of attention, experiencing more or less a sense of union and integration with what is perceived and felt in the moment.
This handbook reviews the social media industry, beginning with its background and history and addressing various problems, controversies, and solutions, such as social media addiction, hoaxes, rumors, scams, cyberbullying, sexting, child predators, the pressure to project the ideal self, negative effects on mood, social media and the workplace, relationships and communication skills, online shaming and attacks, and privacy.
In self-discrepancy theory (Baumeister, 2010) the notion of possible self or ideal self is defined as an idealized version of oneself that has been created by oneself.
I realized that the whole weight of my decision was actually more unnerving than my ideal self could grasp.
the guidance/support of one's own effort to change one's own nonproductive habits by appealing to the force of the ideal self.
The study shows that (1) although generally high in motivation, interpreter trainees are susceptible to demotivation; (2) trainees' Ideal Self (future self-guide) is a better motivator than Instrumentality and Avoidance; (3) factors leading to trainee demotivation could be categorized into four groups: self-, peer-, teacher-, and institute-attributed, and Teacher Factor is the most frequently cited demotivating factor by trainees.