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Creating Support Networks (Lifetime of Interdependence)

Kalani Fujiwara will introduce you to ways of how you can build your support network in college. Research has shown that a student with a network of support behind then will most likely reach or exceed their potential. Students without a network will tend to struggle a bit more.

When:

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Where: Lama 118 (Library)
Time: 10:45 am - 11:48 am

General Outline of Workshop

Independence VS Interdependence

Reasons...

In your professional life, you will have no choice for team member.

Successful Individuals will make any team members, a greatest team member (though interdependence)

In academic life using your support networks (Professionals and Non-professionals) lead to greater rewards and completion of academic goals

Michael Jordan - example

I'm Giving and Receiving Help

Team approach to success

Giving and Receiving

People, who are helping you with your lifPicturee - personally and academically?

People, who are dependent on you for help?

People, who you can ask for help for anything?

Giving and Receiving (Interdependence)

Who are your friends?

Kalani's Support Network

Personal:

Professional:

People, who do not cultivate a support network are DOOM to fail.

Can not relate or emphasis with society and people

No social life (Hikikomori)

Can not accomplish goals

Can not ask for help or do not seek help

Become "Neet" (No Employment, Education, Training)

More likely to develop mental or social disorders

"Extreme Cases"

Equality in Relationships

Lifetime of Interdependence

Employment

Looking for a team player

Must relate well with others

Ability to work with others

Few abilities have more impact on your success in college and in life than the ability to interact with others.

Cultivation relationships

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