self-direction

NOUN
  1. personal independence
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How To Use self-direction In A Sentence

  • For reasons already given we do not accept that the judge's self-direction was vitiated by legal misdirection.
  • In other words, the name "governmentalism," while intended as a word of opprobrium for socialism, really indicates the amazing misconception which the critics have of the nation itself, and of the relation of the nation's life to its self-direction. The Arena Volume 4, No. 20, July, 1891
  • Kids raised in authoritarian households got grades comparable to kids from what we called authoritative households, where you had strictness accompanied by warmth and encouragement of self-direction.
  • Emotional Intelligence is basically: self-awareness, self-direction, self-control and learning to cooperate.
  • This is a way to combine East and West: more structure when our children are little (and will still listen to us), followed by increasing self-direction in their teenage years.
  • In addition to allowing self-direction, these activities emphasized visual, tactile, and auditory materials.
  • Where the forms of self-government or of individual self-direction have concessively been installed, under the An Inquiry Into The Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation
  • Emotional Intelligence is basically: self-awareness, self-direction, self-control and learning to cooperate.
  • Instead, as the notion of a "career" shifts and individuals create joint personal and professional goals, recognition, self-development, self-direction, values-driven engagement and work-life balance become more important. Global Business Shifts Call for 'Post-Heroic' Leadership
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