I had a habit of not doing my homework at time my 6

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changing yourself concept. I had a habit of not doing my homework at time. My 6 th grade teacher was very friendly and he advised me politely and in a friendly way that it is so important to complete your homework as homework polishes your skills and it helps you to recognize things easily, because the things asked in the exams have already been done in homework before, and the more we practice something the more we become proficient in that thing. From that time, I always made my habit to complete my homework on time and I learn things before the exams are near. Coming to the second part of my personal integration paper I would like to imply chapter 5 concepts in my real life. The chapter is listening: more that meets the ear. When it actually comes down to listening, people are so self-centered that they flop to efficiently listen to what others have to say. Listening is not just being able to hear what was said, it also includes the capability to comprehend the information being accessible by the person interacting known as the utterer. Listening can be wrecked down into imagining and feeling what the other person is facing when they are sharing their individual thoughts. The first concept I can relate to is stage hogging. It is the state when people are only attentive in articulating their own thoughts, and who do not care regarding what others have to say on the topic. Stage hogs do not pay attention to the
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other individual but give small replies. When I was in 8
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