Yet, I also realize that the public school curriculum is not for everyone. There is safety in numbers, so avoid travelling alone when you can. Or worse, even after the fact, they insist on seeking out more books and degrees rather than recognizing they are trying to improve the wrong skills: they are half blind by their own choice since they insist on looking at the world with only one eye. Aim to stay at least an arm's length away from someone you don't know and avoid approaching a stranger's car if they call you over. Failure teaches success as once bitten twice shy. They like to believe the volume, and precision, of their knowledge can somehow compensate for their lack of experience applying it in the real world. I work as an executive personal assistant, a job that typically requires a bachelors degree and has a very generous salary.
My mother lets me walk around town by myself. Experience without reflection is often history repeating. Travel with friends when possible. On the other hand, being a book smart means that you handle some situations with an intellectual point of view based on facts gained chiefly from books. Avoid dangerous spots and situations, and stay as alert as possible at all times.
To be street smart means you have. I was recently diagnosed with Derealization Depersonalization Disorder that results from Complex Trauma and recently earned my Psychology Diploma. I majored in psychology for college, and I am in social work for grad school. Call your local community center or look online for self defense classes being taught in your area. With each situation which I was stumped by, I would break it down, analyze the variables, identify what had to be done and what I had to do, then get things moving. It is always best to stick to well-lit, populated streets when you are out. The more extreme and negative stereotypes are that street smart people are unintelligent and incapable of achieving a higher education, while book smart people are naive, easily manipulated, and have bad judgment in bad situations.
Without them, Earth would revert back to either the Middle Ages or ancient times. Together, they cited information from. As a general rule, it is always best to stick to your original destination when commuting or travelling. Most important perhaps, being street smart comes from experience. I think that the comparison between streets smarts and book smarts are similar to the compartison between knowledge and wiston. Knowing how to defend yourself in dangerous situations will boost your confidence and make you more street savvy.
Now in this three dimensional world I am only existing taking up a little space, for the remainder time only in body while in mind I explore other dimensions of consciousness because it is something to do. I can explain this with a new contender by calling it Spirit Smart. Except everything from a to z about how the street came to be. If it was an unfavorable experience. Regardless of whether or not you have reason to suspect trouble, always trust your gut. To have experience is necessary to live the situation, but also it is important to prepare for its. Never go anywhere with a stranger.
Knowledge without practice makes but half an artist. Worked in banking etc self taught! Image: Hi Celes, may I know how I can be more street smart? Together, they cited information from. Street smart का मतलब मीनिंग हिंदी में जाने. Book smarts without street smarts creates inapplicable solutions, but, as someone else said before me, street smarts without book smarts makes us repeat history. Learn everything you can about the public transportation system. Getting Along With Others- Knowing which questions to ask and not asking too many,being polite and friendly, but also being.
Thank you, this has made me feel better about myself. I had been in care as a child, ran away from home at 16 years old because of my unhappiness at home. But he won the freaking war. Advertisement I remember my first group projects in school were blurs. So let homebodies be and let all people learn however they want. Being a street smart makes you a person with situational awareness. Experience is the best teacher, so live and learn.
August 25, 2015 at 11:16 am. It was something that came from both raw experience and actively synthesizing lessons from my experience. Sometimes people think more than do, and other times they do more than think. A book smart person would do the same thing, however, a book smart person may rely to heavily on their book knowledge and, if never encountered dangerous situations, will make the wrong decision, because they will solely depend on book knowledge. So many people to talk to, so many things to do, and so many decisions to be made.
Put your phone away while you are on the move so that you can keep your head up and concentrate on your surroundings. Someone has to sit back and take the whole thing into perspective. Because while reading books can help prepare you for sticky circumstances, it is by being in the situations themselves that you become acquainted sensory motors, neurological nerves, and all with said circumstances and train your gut such that you know what to do, what to say, and when to do something the next time they happen. Experience is therefore the mother of wisdom. Otherwise, they may have joined the military and learned a bunch of things about being in Fight Club but they never find themselves in that position. . Most book smart people who are solely book smart tend to miss those cues.