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Learn about, generating your own specific goals, making those sacrifices, changing weaknesses into strengths, commitment to self discipline, the courage to succeed and internal coaching

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Self Transformation Through Will Power & Self Discipline.

  1. 1. YOUR LEARNING EXPECTATIONS List down three (3) of your personal Learning Expectations for this course.
  2. 2. EFFECTIVE LEARNING PROCESS • READ 10% • LISTEN 20% • SEE 30% • LISTEN + SEE 50% • LISTEN + SEE + SPEAK 70% • READ + LISTEN + SEE + SPEAK 100%
  3. 3. MODULE 1 GENERATING YOUR OWN SPECIFIC GOALS
  4. 4. CREATING VISION & ESTABLISHING GOALS
  5. 5. VISIONING “One of the most important things to do in life in the preparation stage is to VISUALISE things in your mind.” Mayor Rudolf Giuliani.
  6. 6. VISIONING vs PLANNING Proactive plan for the future It is a view of the future that everyone can believe in Process that provides specific direction and meaning to the day- to-day activities Places vision into motion
  7. 7. YOUR VISION STATEMENT • Says what you want out of life • Define the person you are • Details principles and beliefs • Gives you the power to create and design your life around your personal values.
  8. 8. WHY HAVE A VISION STATEMENT Gives direction to your life. Live with a purpose. Creates positive vision of your future. Allows you to live to the fullest potential.
  9. 9. How to write your vision statement. 1. What are 3 things that make you happy? 2. What are the 3 things you are committed to your life? 3. What are the 5 things you are doing right now to use your full potential?
  10. 10. Writing the Vision Statement - cont. 4. Write down your 3 most important roles as a – friend, employee, and in your family. 5. Write down 5 things that make you special in each of these roles. 6. List 10 of your strengths.
  11. 11. Writing the Vision Statement - cont. 7. List 5 things you would like to do to make a difference in the world. 8. Summarize your 5 life guiding principles or values.
  12. 12. Putting It All Together Write the 1st paragraph on your life guiding principle to define who you are. Continue this statement, “The five things I would like to do to make a difference to myself and the world are……”
  13. 13. What about your organisation’s vision? Write down CCM’s vision and mission statement. How is it different from yours?
  14. 14. GOAL STATEMENTS 5 RULES 1. Make sure the goal is something you really want. 2. Always write the goal in a positive manner.
  15. 15. GOAL STATEMENTS 5 RULES cont. 4. Be specific about your goal. 5. Place a time frame on your goals. 6. Make the goal statement measurable.
  16. 16. GOAL STATEMENTS • Provide us with motivation, energy, and enthusiasm. • Keep us on track. • Ensure greater success. • Build confidence.
  17. 17. In Summary • You have to have a plan for success. • It starts with a vision. • You get the vision by reaching each goal. • You reach goals by hardwork, dedication, and perseverance.
  18. 18. SELF CONTROL THROUGH INNER STRENGTH AND CONFIDENCE Self-confidence – freedom from doubt, faith in yourself and your abilities, self- esteem, and the inner conviction that you can go through any task or action.
  19. 19. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. Developing self- confidence is a must. Develop concentration power, will power and self- discipline.
  20. 20. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. Developing self- confidence by doing. • Small things in your day-to-day life that strengthen it
  21. 21. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. • Making small decisions about any matter and follow up • Overcoming laziness (procrastination) • Talk to someone
  22. 22. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. Self-confidence is affected by the way you think and believe people see you. If you have low self esteem you would probably believe and feel they don’t have a high opinion of you, which will undermine your self-confidence.
  23. 23. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. You see, its all in your mind, so why not believe and expect people to treat and respect you?
  24. 24. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. If you feel and visualize yourself as lacking self- confidence you’ll behave accordingly, and people will treat you accordingly.
  25. 25. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. If you see yourself in your mind’s eye as strong and assertive, you would broadcast this attitude to the people you meet, who would sense your inner strength and treat you accordingly.
  26. 26. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. Develop self- confidence suggestions • Wear clothes that feel comfortable • Keep your back straight • Speak up, more decisive
  27. 27. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. • Work up, walk, or engage in any kind of sports • Become an expert in something you like • Never procrastinate
  28. 28. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. • Don’t be shy to compliment people. • Focus on what you’re doing.
  29. 29. Inner Strength and Confidence – cont. Self-esteem, inner strength and self- confidence are interrelated. By developing one of them you strengthen and develop the other.
  30. 30. EMPOWERING YOURSELF THROUGH SELF DISCIPLINE Is not negative restraint but rather positive life management. Self-discipline is having a focus broader than self- indulgence.
  31. 31. EMPOWERING YOURSELF THROUGH SELF DISCIPLINE cont It brings selfish desires under control in order to achieve a greater end.
  32. 32. Self-Discipline • Maintaining a personal budget is an excellent example of self-discipline. • Self-discipline involves self-government: keeping one’s internal faculties in proper relationship. • Demonstrating uncomplaining endurance under distress. • How is self-discipline demonstrated in the classroom?
  33. 33. Foundation of Self-Discipline The foundation of self-discipline is the ability to control one’s thoughts, actions, attitudes, and feelings. A wise person recognizes when a temptation is too strong to resist and turns away from it.
  34. 34. Self-Discipline • Is not negative restraint but rather positive life management. Self-discipline is having a focus broader than self-indulgence. It brings selfish desires under control in order to achieve a greater end. • Self-Discipline is accepting the opportunity to restrain yourself.
  35. 35. Self-Discipline Definition • Thinking about your words and actions, and then making choices that are right for you and others. • I show Self-Discipline when I accept that things do not always go my way.
  36. 36. Focus Look Beyond Self Self-Discipline is the opposite of self indulgence.
  37. 37. Self-Discipline Words • Self-control Firmness • Soundness Discipline • Stability Composure • Patience • Willpower • Poise • Restraint
  38. 38. Self-Discipline Quotes “We become just by the practice of just actions, self-controlled by exercising self control, and courageous by performing acts of courage.” -Aristotle
  39. 39. Empowering Yourself Focus Questions –How can you devote more time to the people and activities that matter most to you? –Do you find yourself procrastinating, even on projects that mean a great deal to you?
  40. 40. Empowering Yourself Focus Questions - cont –How can you keep taking purposeful actions even when you don’t feel like it? In which life roles do you feel most confident? –In which do you experience self-doubt? –What can you do to increase your overall confidence?
  41. 41. MODULE 2 MAKING THOSE SACRIFICES
  42. 42. Do you believe you can achieve? • We need to learn how to dream. • Keep the dream alive, reach your goals • Some people don’t decide or have a vision of what they want out of life. NO GOALS!! • People with goals can see what they eventually want to achieve and they can see just how to get there.
  43. 43. Individual Assignment: • Write a list of the goals you think would be important and worthwhile for you to accomplish. (a dream list) • Now have them look at their list and ask themselves the following questions:
  44. 44. Individual Assignment: cont. • Does it fit your values? • Is it realistic? • Is it flexible? • Does it fit in with your other goals? • Will the rewards be worth what you put in to it? • Is it what you want?
  45. 45. There are three types of people • Ones that make things happen • Those that let it happen • And the ones that don’t know what happened. Which one are you going to be?
  46. 46. Seven life goals Family Social Educational Religious Achievement/recognition Career Health
  47. 47. What is Hard work? Hard work involves commitment, involvement and seriousness Working hard also means working honestly. The harder you work, the luckier you get. The only failure is not trying.
  48. 48. Work smart vs Work Hard Smart work - through brain and mind (Accomplishes the same goal as hard work but with less sweat). Hard work - through physical (involves lot of strain and stress).
  49. 49. Work Hard & Work Smart • Work Hard + Work Smart = Wealth and Success
  50. 50. PASSION FOR STRONG WORK ETHICS Build A Strategy- Supportive Corporate Culture .
  51. 51. What Makes Up Strong Work Ethics. • Core values and business principles of executives • Ethical standards • Patterns of “how we do things around here”
  52. 52. What Makes Up Strong Work Ethics. - cont • Approach to people management • Internal politics • Traditions
  53. 53. Instill High Work Ethics • Treat employees with dignity and respect • Make champions out of people who excel
  54. 54. Instill High Work Ethics – cont. • Encourage employees to use initiative • Set stretch objectives and expectations that employees are to give their best
  55. 55. Spirit of High Work Ethics • Grant employees autonomy to contribute • Use full range of motivational techniques and compensation incentives to
  56. 56. Spirit of High Work Ethics - cont  Inspire employees  Nurture a results-oriented climate  Enforce high- performance standards • Celebrate successes.
  57. 57. Constructive Pressure to Achieve Good Work Ethics • Spend time on –Mobilizing organizational energy behind • Good strategy execution and • Operating excellence
  58. 58. Constructive Pressure to Achieve Good Work Ethics – cont. Nurturing a results- oriented work climate Promoting certain enabling good work ethics;
  59. 59. Constructive Pressure to Achieve Good Work Ethics – cont. • Respect for contributions of individuals and groups • Pride in doing things right
  60. 60. Constructive Pressure to Achieve Good Work Ethics – cont. • Strong sense of involvement on part of company personnel • Emphasis on individual initiative and creativity
  61. 61. Strong Work Ethics 1. Stay on top of what’s happening 2. Put constructive pressure on company to achieve good results 3. Keep company focused on operating excellence Our ethics code is . . .
  62. 62. Strong Work Ethics - cont 4. Lead development of stronger core competencies and competitive capabilities 5. Exercise ethics leadership 6. Take corrective actions to improve overall strategic performance Our ethics code is . . .
  63. 63. MODULE 3 CHANGING WEAKNESSES INTO STRENGTHS
  64. 64. SWOT Analysis Analyse your: • STRENGTHS • WEAKNESSES • OPPORTUNITIES • THREATS
  65. 65. A SWOT Matrix… …separates and compares internal and external influencers: INTERNAL: strengths, weaknesses External: opportunities, threats
  66. 66. Negative Thought True or False? Negative thoughts about ourselves are often very accurate perceptions of what we are really like.
  67. 67. FALSE. Negative thoughts are often inaccurate perceptions of how we view ourselves and the world around us. Learn how to challenge these thoughts with more realistic thinking about yourself or the situation. Negative Thought
  68. 68. Negative Thought • Negative Thought • You see the world in extremes: good or bad, smart or stupid, right or wrong, etc. • You only look at the bad, never the good. Your whole life seems negative. • You feel that you know what others think about you and it is always negative.
  69. 69. Realistic Thought • Realistic Thinking • Most things, including realistic views of yourself, fall somewhere in the middle. You are still a worthwhile person, even if you are not #1 in every way. • Equally consider the positive and the negative. Not everything is bad. • There are many possible explanations about why a person acts a certain way. Don’t assume that it is always about you.
  70. 70. True or False? Accepting support from family and friends is more important than giving support to them. Negative Thought
  71. 71. Mental Health FALSE. Accepting AND giving support are both very important in building your mental health. A key factor in building and maintaining positive relationships is recognizing the “give and take” that is needed.
  72. 72. Mental Health True or False? Regular physical activity can improve psychological well-being.
  73. 73. CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT TRUE. During physical activity, our brain produces “endorphins”, or chemicals that provide relief from high stress levels. The good news is that high intensity activity is not required to experience this relief. Regular physical activity can also reduce the symptoms of depression and anxiety.
  74. 74. CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT Key characteristics of having good mental health include being able to: • Enjoy life and feel good about yourself
  75. 75. CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT - cont • Cope with the many challenges in life • Bounce back after a major set back or challenge • Balance the many aspects of your life.
  76. 76. Overcoming Negative Thoughts Final Thoughts Learn ways to treat yourself well. Understand what gives meaning to your life that helps you reach your full potential. For many, this includes practicing a particular faith or spirituality.
  77. 77. Never Stop Learning • Continuous –Information that influences regular behaviors –NOT short term learning (cramming for tests) –Half-life of information is short
  78. 78. Never Stop Learning - cont • Adult –“Can’t teach old dogs new tricks” –Windows of learning • Learning –Information and Evidence –Skills and Behaviors
  79. 79. Active Learning • Active Learning • Uncomfortable • Self Assessment • Individual Learning Plan • Multisensory Learning
  80. 80. Passive Learning • Passive Learning • Comfortable • External Assessment • External Requirements • Lectures
  81. 81. Individualized Learning Plan • Self Assessment –Conscious Incompetence –Unconscious Incompetence • Resource Assessment –Written (paper vs electronic) –Conferences Self Assessment Conscious Incompetence Powerful questions Solutions Focus Unconscious Incompetence Identify Evaluate Counselors/Coach
  82. 82. Building Strong Mental Capabilities. Tips • Your body is your subconscious mind. • Your thoughts, beliefs and emotions have biochemical effects in your body. Is listening.. • Optimists live longer.
  83. 83. Building Strong Mental Capabilities - cont • Humility is linked to better performance. • Laughter is good medicine. • Your mind is located in every cell of your body – be careful, your body
  84. 84. MODULE 4 COMMITMENT TO SELF-DISCIPLINE
  85. 85. 4 Basic Principles of Self-discipline. 1. Self-discipline is determine by people’s perception (feeling, attitude, beliefs, and aspirations). 2. Self-discipline people see themselves in positive ways 3. Success contribute to positive view of self- and self-discipline 4. Feeling of belonging/oneness requisite for self-discipline.
  86. 86. Self-discipline to overcome Temptations. Three areas to work on, 1. Basic Skills • Listening • Following Instructions • Questioning • Sharing – time, space, people and things • Social Skills
  87. 87. Self-discipline to overcome Temptations - cont 2. Contributive Skills • Cooperation with others • Understanding the rules • Independently completing tasks • Exhibiting leadership • Communicating effectively
  88. 88. Self-discipline to overcome Temptations - cont 3. Generative Skills • Organize – time, space, people, things • Resolving mutual problems • Taking initiative in Problem Solving • Distinguishing person and personal • Sacrificing and serving others
  89. 89. Power of Persistence • The seed of long hard labor always bear fruit. • Don’t let circumstances get the better of you – work towards your dreams • Strive to break not only others’ records, but your own too.
  90. 90. Power of Persistence – cont. • If you pursue your talent, the sky’s the limit. Don’t be afraid to think BIG. • You reach the top if you have what it takes…and make sure to keep climbing. • Turned your perceived weakness into strengths.
  91. 91. Power of Persistence - cont. • Take criticism in your stride and meet harsh words with silence…let your accomplishments speak for you. • To ensure true success please think you can do it. Never give up!
  92. 92. What Gets Measured Gets Improved • What you focus on grows. • Provide benchmarking • Put targets in perspective
  93. 93. MODULE 5 THE COURAGE TO SUCCEED
  94. 94. Ways to Live Success • Have a life, not just a lifestyle. Powerful Questions. 1.What does success means to you?
  95. 95. Ways to Live Success - cont 2. What, above all else, is important to you? If you’re living some else definition of success, then its not true success.
  96. 96. Counting your victories. • Listening to your inner voice. Success…from the inside starts by listening to the small voice within you is saying. • Trust yourself – your inner compass. You have all the answers inside you. • The more you trust yourself, the easier your life will be. • Success is all about having the courage to take risk.
  97. 97. Success breeds success. A personalized strategy to put yourself first. Ask yourself these questions. 1. What does putting myself first means to me? 2. Where am I not putting myself first? 3. What 3 things I can do right now?
  98. 98. Success begins with you. • Successful people look at what worked, learn from what hasn’t, set new priorities and then move on. • Success through failure. • When you change on the inside, the outside circumstances cannot help but change. • It take courage to come back and look at yourself to see where you need to change.
  99. 99. MODULE 6 INTERNAL COACHING
  100. 100. Positive Self Talk Enthusiasm is an attitude – a positive attitude will have positive results because attitudes are contagious. Positive thinking will let you do everything better than negative thinking will.
  101. 101. Self Talk A personalized strategy to put yourself first. Ask yourself these questions. 1. What does putting myself first means to me? 2. Where am I not putting myself first? 3. What 3 things I can do right now?
  102. 102. What does a Positive Attitude look like?
  103. 103. Strengthen Personal Happiness • Work on something challenging. • Do something for others. • Smile often. • Join a group. • Give someone a break. • Try to keep things in perspective. • Take care of yourself.
  104. 104. Positive Habits • Think of yourself as successful • Have positive expectations for everything you do • Remind yourself of past successes
  105. 105. Positive Habits - cont • Don’t dwell on failures, just avoid repeating them • Surround yourself with positive people and ideas • Keep trying until you achieve the results you want.
  106. 106. The Power of Coaching • Change mindset towards focusing on solutions rather than problems. • Reframe the issues on a positive note. • Use ‘Ask’ instead of ‘Tell’. • GROW Model.
  107. 107. Brief Coaching • GROW Models is the most common coaching technique used. Sir John Whitmore wrote it in his book “Coaching for Performance” in 1990. • G Goal • R Reality • O Options • W Way Forward
  108. 108. COACHING PRACTICE • Group into team of 3’s that will comprise of a Coach, Coachee, and Observer. • Practice using the coaching approach.
  109. 109. THANK YOU WINNING DOESN’T ALWAYS MEAN BEING FIRST – WINNING MEANS YOU’RE DOING BETTER THAN YOU’VE DONE BEFORE SUCCESS MEANS – KNOWING MORE THAN THE OTHERS, WORKING MORE THAN THE OTHERS & EXPECTING LESS THAN THE OTHERS

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