CONCEPTUAL SCHEMES OF LEARNING
ASK ABOUT YOUR WORST BEHAVIORS – IMPROVE FOR THE BEST RESULTS
When you ask about your worse behaviors, be ready to hear the truth. Evaluate and determine the resulting changes that are needed. Put them into motion and self-assess. Ask your instructor for additional advice or corrections.
Question the results.
It is up to you to decide how you want your Coxswain seamanship skills to develop. You can expect two metrics; good or bad.
What interactions in the field by your vessel and water knowledge can determine safe speeds, a competent program and reduce failures and to be able to communicate and negotiate for a secure operation.
We cannot control the weather or the water conditions. However we can control ourselves. When we know where our capabilities last rested, we can appreciate that we are capable of much more!
Do you have a perception or a conceptual idea of what you limit is? Trust me, there is more. Perhaps you are too comfortable and
you haven't taken time to stay updated. There is nothing worse than to close the book and forget what you learned.
Pull out your training notes and review them.
Watch your training videos and look for the useless points of action and signal the highlights of potential.
STRUCTURE OF REALITY
If you don’t do that you are going to continue to develop unsettled disputes that will arise during operations and those options you entertained it the beginning of your training need to be tested. If they work, improve upon them. If you still cannot secure a stop or operate with efficiency and technical advantage, something is wrong.
Negotiate for a better program. Begin with yourself. Your actions will tell your story, but you must pay attention to them and create a metric of success or failure. From there you can determine if your course is dysfunctional or safe.
Posted: May 14, 2019
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