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  1. 1. Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance
  2. 2. Grit is a book written by Professor Angela Duckworth, professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania
  3. 3. These slides are just samples. You can download full version of these PPT files at : www.HR-management-slides.com
  4. 4. 5 This book discusses the importance of GRIT in the long process of pursuing our life goals.
  5. 5. 6 The GRIT are perseverance, mental toughness, resilience, and unyielding attitude to achieve our life goals. In his research, Prof. Angela found that the element of GRIT becomes a key determinant of a person's success in realizing his life's dreams.
  6. 6. 7 GRIT can also be interpreted as the ability to delay instant pleasure, for the sake of future success (delaying gratification skills). They are willing to work hard for a long time, in order to achieve their life dreams (whether dreams in the world of career, business, finance or personal goals).
  7. 7. 8 People who have strong grit will be able to go through in brutal and long process, and are always able to find solutions when various problems and obstacles arise.
  8. 8. There are four key pillars for growing GRIT and RESILIENCY….. 9
  9. 9. Grit Pillar # 1: Passion and Interest 10
  10. 10. Prof Angela wrote: the first element to to grow GRIT is you have INTEREST or PASSION with activity that you are doing.....
  11. 11. 12 Without love and passion for your profession or activity, you will easily give up in the middle of the road if you encounter obstacles. If you have deep interest on what you do, you will be able to stay focus and survive when your encounter many challenges and difficulties.
  12. 12. 13 Example of passion-based profesions: 1. A professional tennis athlete who has a passion for the world of tennis 2. A Master Chef who has a strong passion for the world of cooking 3. A stock analyst who has a passion for the investment world
  13. 13. 14 Example of passion-based profesions: 4. A book writer who has a passion for the world of writing 5. A researcher who has a high interest in the world of research 6. A marketing manager who has a passion for the world of marketing and branding
  14. 14. 15 Example of passion-based profesions: 7. A professional photographer who has a deep interest in the world of photography 8. A lecturer who has a passion for the education world 9. A programmer who loves coding
  15. 15. 16 Someone who has a strong interest or passion with the world he or she is engaged in, will have a more intense encouragement to pursue success in the world.
  16. 16. 17 On the other hand, someone who does not have a strong interest or passion in the field they are engaged in, will tend to be less enthusiastic about living optimally. Especially if the field is not liked at all. He or she will easily get bored and tired of living it.
  17. 17. But, passion alone is never enough….. 18
  18. 18. Without being accompanied by skills that continue to grow, passion alone will not make us successful in achieving our dreams
  19. 19. To grow our skills and grit, we need to do “DELIBERATE PRACTICE”…..
  20. 20. Grit Pillar #2: Deliberate Practice.
  21. 21. 22 Deliberate practice refers to a special type of practice that is purposeful and systematic. While regular practice might include mindless repetitions, deliberate practice requires focused attention and is conducted with the specific goal of improving performance.
  22. 22. 23 • Deliberate practice has well-defined, specific goals: Knowing what the ultimate performance goal is, and breaking it down into small, specific, and difficult targets – as opposed to just playing for fun. • It requires full engagement and high concentration: Practicing with as much focus and engagement as possible – as opposed to mindlessly repeating exercises while daydreaming.
  23. 23. 24 • It requires feedback: Knowing how well you’re doing, what your weaknesses are, where you need to improve, if you’re getting better – as opposed to practicing without any information about how you’re doing. • It requires getting out of one’s comfort zone: Trying things one can’t do yet and practicing at the edge of one’s capabilities – as opposed to doing what’s easy and enjoyable.
  24. 24. 25 • It involves chunking: Breaking down the overall skill into sub-skills and training them separately – as opposed to just practicing the full skill over and over again. • It involves identifying and eliminating mistakes: Using feedback or other methods to figure out weaknesses and coming up with methods to eliminate them – as opposed to just practicing the full skill over and over.
  25. 25. Stages of doing deliberate practice: first, determine the type of specific skills you want to grow.
  26. 26. Examples of specific skills: - Writing skills - Social media marketing skills - Presentation skills - Problem solving skills
  27. 27. Examples of other specific skills: • Business analysis skills • Programming skills • Blogging skills • Leadership skills
  28. 28. Next, you need to set specific and concrete skill improvement targets.
  29. 29. For example, the increasing target for blogging skills includes aspects such as: • Able to create a blog with wordpress • Able to write new blog content every week of at least 500 words • Able to do SEO marketing to increase blog traffic • Able to do email marketing to attract email subscribers
  30. 30. Afterwards, do the training process and practice skills improvement regularly and consistently. Perform periodic evaluations to see the progress of the skills enhancement.
  31. 31. Grit Pillar #3 : Sense of PURPOSE
  32. 32. Your grit and resilience will grow if you have SENSE of PURPOSE to what you are doing.
  33. 33. Sense of Purpose: what are the positive benefits and values ​​that can be obtained by others from the results of your profession?
  34. 34. Example: a book writer who feels that through his book he helps spread knowledge that is useful for others
  35. 35. Or a laptop seller who feels that his laptop product has helped other people become more productive…
  36. 36. Find BENEFITS and positive VALUE for life of many from what you are currently doing. Find GOOD VALUE and SENSE of PURPOSE from your hard work.
  37. 37. 38 Have SENSE of PURPOSE will enable your GRIT and RESILIENCE to grow optimally
  38. 38. Grit Pillar #4 : Sense of HOPE
  39. 39. Your grit and resilience will grow if you also have SENSE of HOPE: or feeling hopeful that what you dream of will someday come true.
  40. 40. Hope is a kind of optimism, or confidence that one day your life goals will come true.
  41. 41. For example: someone has aspirations to write 5 books in the next 5 years. Person that has HOPE can make his dream comes true. That kind of Sense of HOPE can also make GRIT and RESILIENCE to continue to grow.
  42. 42. Cultivate HOPE in your SOUL. Hope that what you are fighting for will SUCCEED. Positive expectations will make you to be more resilient in facing life's challenges.
  43. 43. Method of Cultivating Positive Hope……
  44. 44. Set Small and Easy-to- Achieve Goals
  45. 45. Some people become easily disappointed because their targets or expectations are too grandiose. Their hopes are easily lost because they begin the action with too many difficult targets
  46. 46. Studies show that big changes have to be started with SMALL AND EASY STEPS TO DO. Start your action with small scale. Start Small. Take first easy steps. Slowly, these small steps will create a momentum effect.
  47. 47. The small steps that you managed earlier will produce small wins. And this is very important. Why? Because these small wins will trigger the growth of POSITIVE HOPE in you. You become more optimistic and excited because you can feel small wins.
  48. 48. Then slowly, these small wins and growth of positive hope will motivate you to take bigger steps. This is where the momentum effect is created. The initial action that was small, will eventually enlarge and have a significant impact on the success of your life.
  49. 49. The 4 Key Elements of GRIT : • Element 1: PASSION • Element 2: DELIBERATE PRACTICE • Element 3: SENSE of PURPOSE • Element 4: HOPE
  50. 50. 51 FINISH

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