FOUNDATION OF PRINCIPLED ORIENTED PARADIGM
Developing a principled-oriented paradigm foundation isn’t something that comes so easy, despite its numerous benefit.
Evidence has proved over and over again that principles are core ingredients to fostering “Strength”, “Focus”, “Wisdom”, “Responsibility”, and “Success”. When you take a pause and examine your strengths in any area of life, you will realize it has been developed in relation with principles which you either had acknowledged or not.
Without principle in the area of focus, no one achieves great goals in life, as focus is known to be core in the implementation of any “Grit” related task. When you take a close look at “wisdom” in detail, you will realize it isn’t attainable in isolation of principles, and no one had ever been responsible without an iota of principles embedded in his or her attributes. Irrespective of what your success definition or identity might be, no one ever achieves success in isolation of principles. Hence, the need to examine in detail your principles and how they are affecting your desire identity and purpose. There are four major foundational factors to put into consideration while building principled paradigm
1. Self Awareness:
This revolves around one’s ability to understand oneself, such as emotions, feelings, and many other fundamentals of one’s individuality. Evidence has proved over and over again that emotional self-awareness, accurate self-awareness, and self-confidence have contributed toward primary success in every area of life. Thus, it is considered to be one of the core key ingredients for building the right foundation toward an optimal paradigm. Without Self awareness, the right principles rarely thrive. Taking steps to understand oneself in areas of emotional triggers, decision-making criteria would go a long way in shaping one’s trajectory in the path of primary success.
These are anchors through which principles are hung. Where there are no values, nearly every man would have his or her principles compromised. Thus, the need for values isn’t something to be underestimated in building the foundation for a principled-oriented paradigm. Most who lived from a concave or convex paradigm perspective rarely have principled tailor toward values, which thus makes it difficult to make decisions by factoring longtime disadvantages into their decision criterion. When an established value is known, decisions would by default often be centered around those values both in the short and long term.
This is an inner judge which serves as a metric for determining right and wrong. Without trained conscience, there wouldn’t be an opportunity for the right principles to thrive, as they would always be faulted by unsightly trained conscience. Just like a scale, when it’s altered it doesn’t measure things accurately, or rather when it’s not accurately set, it would by default fail in its measurements. One thing that often serves as a delight to those business owners who alter their measuring scale is often the quest for more profit at the expense of their customers, which as well result from the foundational default of untrained conscience.
Every creative work of God is endowed in one way or the other, but in most instances, the lack of the right paradigm often deprives people of their unique natural asset. Most natural assets require the right principle to thrive and in some instances, the wrong principle often subjects natural assets to sabotage. Thus, having natural assets isn’t as important as having the right principle to make it thrive. Most endowments harnessed in isolation of principled oriented paradigm rarely attain “primary success”, and in instances where “secondary success” is attained, it becomes short-lived. Hence, it’s always important to identify one’s unique endowment so as to be able to harness it with the right principled paradigm.