One of the primary ways in which beliefs can shape a person’s reality is through their influence on human behavior. That is, many people assume that beliefs determine actions; for me, the expression of views determines actions means that one’s choice to believe in something helps specify their following acts and forms reality. Although faith encourages one to perform certain activities, it is not enough to obtain outcomes. It is essential to apply a significant effort, not just a belief. The person also verifies if the actions confirm their ideas. (Oaksford & Chater, 2020). For example, when I say or do certain acts, I try to determine whether it contradicts my considerations. At the same time, the conviction that I am competent and deserve a dream job motivated me to search for vacancies. Accordingly, faith becomes a stimulus to action, although active behavior depends on one’s potential and knowledge.
Nonetheless, I believe that all students can achieve their objectives if they develop potential and work to realize it. Indeed, if their beliefs encourage them to gain valuable skills and improve themselves, it is a positive experience. Although each student is unique; therefore, one cannot only expect that they will be motivated, but the teacher should also assist them in case of challenges (Oaksford & Chater, 2020). Furthermore, I am a communicative person, such that I will not provoke conflict or condemn others for not supporting my views on an idea. However, in turn, I will do what I believe in, which is to let each learner find their way. Moreover, I will not depend on the opinions of other educators but will facilitate students to ensure that their actions are beneficial to them.
Oaksford, M., & Chater, N. (2020). New paradigms in the psychology of reasoning. Annual review of psychology, 71, 305-330.