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Through the looking glass

1. In taking the assessment instruments, I was surprised by the results
that I am belong to the top quartile and I am good at awareness of own
values, emotional intelligence, change orientation, and core selfvaluation. But another result shows that I am not good at selfdisclosure and openness to feedback like the way I think about myself.
2. Some of my dominant characteristics captured by the instruments are
at awareness of own values, emotional intelligence, change
orientation, and core self-valuation.
3. Among my greatest strengths are awareness of own value and core
4. Among my greatest weaknesses are controlling emotional and listening
to other opinions.
5. The time I felt most successful was I both having my own shop and
built up a club at my university while I still can handle my study at
6. The time I felt least competent was my show got trouble and I have too
much jobs which have to be done.
7. My three highest priorities in life are familys happiness, result of work,
my passion.
8. The way in which I differ most from other people is.
9. I get along best with people who can be good at controlling emotion,
balance and mix many ideal.
10.From what the others in this group have shared, here is an impression I
have formed about each:
Duy Khuong: Good at controlling emotion.
Duy Tu: Humor and enthusiasm
Nhung: Positive thinking and inspire other by her efforts.



1. Stress management assessment.
Eliminating stressors : 16
Developing resiliency: 20
Short-term coping : 10
Total score: 46 => third quartile
2. Time management assessment
First half score: 54
Second half score: 52
Total score: 106 =>Second quartile

3. Type A personality inventory







Total score: 52 => top quartile

4. Social readjustment rating scale
Life even:
Major injury/illness to self
Major injury/illness to a close family member
Experiencing financial problems/difficulties
Experiencing/involved in an auto accident
Child develops behavior or learning problem
Assuming responsibility for sick or elderly loved one
Gaining a new family member
Total of circled items: 403 => top quartile
1. The small-wins strategy
a. What major stressor do you currently face? What creates anxiety
or discomfort for you?
I have too much to do. Too much tasks have to be finished
at the same time.
Financial problem is really difficult to handle, life costing is
too expensive.
Renting fee is expensive and that house is not
Work place is too far from home.
High performance in class.
b. What are the major attributes or components of the situation?
Divide the major problem into smaller parts or subproblems.
Maybe I didnt arrange my works in an effective way.
Many lessons have to study.
I have too much unvalued paying.
Should I find another house for rent?
Find another work which I can save time and still earn
Not enough time spend for groups work.
c. What are the subcomponents of each of those subproblems?
Divide them into yet smaller parts.
I didnt focus on the class, so I need to read more at
My present job takes too much time.
I need to spend some personal time with my girlfriend.
I cant earn more money with present jobs.
I need to have a spending list.

I have to spend too much time for groups works.

d. What actions can I take that will affect any of these
Should I call for my team help? They also have the job
needed to finish. I can share the task for others.
I need to focus more in my class and ask my friend if I can
understand the lesson in the class.
I need to save money to be use at capital.
I need to find a new house in this month.
e. What actions have I taken in the past that have helped me cope
successfully with similar stressful circumstances?
I shared my tasks with group members.
f. What small thing should I feel good about as I think about how I
have coped or will cope with this major stressor?
I have haven a times when I have more than jobs have to
be finished.
I used to have no money in some day.
I used to handle a lot of deadlines in a week.