10 GOLDEN KEYS FOR EXCELENT MOTIVATION 1

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10 GOLDEN KEYS FOR EXCELENT PERFORMANCE: 

10 GOLDEN KEYS FOR EXCELENT PERFORMANCE Petar Kočović Petar.kocovic@tehnicom.net "You're not obligated to win. You're obligated to keep trying to do the best you can every day." — Marian Wright Edelman: Activist for children's rights.

Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right. Si crees que puedes, o que no puedes, estas en lo cierto. Si crees que puedes lograrlo, tienes razon, si no, tambien. Henry Ford (1863-1947)  : 

Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right. Si crees que puedes, o que no puedes, estas en lo cierto. Si crees que puedes lograrlo, tienes razon, si no, tambien. Henry Ford (1863-1947) 

Pat Riley: 

Pat Riley “Teamwork is the essence of life.” “All of us are team players whether we know it or not.”

Team work isn’t simple: 

Team work isn’t simple

TEAM WORK: 

TEAM WORK WHY ME !!!

Slide6: 

“Ask not what your teammates can do for you. Ask what you can do for your teammates.” Magic Johnson

Sun Wu Tzu (544 BC-496 BC): 

Sun Wu Tzu (544 BC-496 BC) This is war. It is the basis of life and death. It is the philosophy of survival or destruction. You must know it well.

Competition = survival + destruction: 

Competition = survival + destruction

1. PHILOSOPHY: 

1. PHILOSOPHY

2. CLIMATE: 

2. CLIMATE

3 TERRAIN: 

3 TERRAIN

4. COMMANDER: 

4. COMMANDER

5. MILITARY METHODS: 

5. MILITARY METHODS

Slide14: 

All 5 of these factors are critical. Understanding them brings victory. Ignoring them means defeat.

Hemisphere: 

Hemisphere Left Controlling right part of the body Mathematic Verbal Logical Facts Reasoning Analisys Practical Order Word of song Linear Observing small details Right: Controlling left part of the body Creative Artistic Visual Ideas Imagination Uniqueness Melody of the song General view Space Multiple activity

HOW OUR BRAIN WORKS?: 

HOW OUR BRAIN WORKS?

“IDEA !!!”: 

“IDEA !!!” When we get new idea – 1,000 or 1,000,000 cells being connected up in sequence Reaction was conducted by electrical activity

STIMULATED-NON STIMULATED BRAIN: 

STIMULATED-NON STIMULATED BRAIN

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We expand our brains through use. We are architects of our brains We can develop our own intelligence.

How many types of genius we have Howard Gardner:Frames of Mind (1980): 

How many types of genius we have Howard Gardner:Frames of Mind (1980) 1. Linguistic Children with this kind of intelligence enjoy writing, reading, telling stories or doing crossword puzzles. Ability to speak, reading and writing. 2. Logical-Mathematical Children with lots of logical intelligence are interested in patterns, categories and relationships. They are drawn to arithmetic problems, strategy games and experiments. Engineers and scientists have developed this type of intelligence. 3. Bodily-kinesthetic These kids process knowledge through bodily sensations. They are often athletic, dancers or good at crafts such as sewing or woodworking. 4. Spatial These children think in images and pictures. They may be fascinated with mazes or jigsaw puzzles, or spend free time drawing, building with Legos or daydreaming. Designers and artists have this type of intelligence. 5. Musical Musical children are always singing or drumming to themselves. They are usually quite aware of sounds others may miss. These kids are often discriminating listeners. 6. Interpersonal (Social) Children who are leaders among their peers, who are good at communicating and who seem to understand others' feelings and motives possess interpersonal intelligence. (Characteristic of businessman) 7. Intrapersonal These children may be shy. They are very aware of their own feelings and are self-motivated. Very important for self analysis Mental age/Chronological age *100=IQ Example: 18yrs (mental age)/10yrs (Chronological age)*100=180 IQ

VISUALISATION: 

VISUALISATION

CONSCIOUS: 

CONSCIOUS We became what we think most of the time! (Brian Tracy)

Linford Christie (April 2, 1960 –): 

Linford Christie (April 2, 1960 –) From the instant he left the starting blocks He knew that he will win 1992 men’s 100-meter Olympic gold medal (Barcelona). He had run and re-run the race in his mind over and over “All I had to do was focus” – he said afterwards.

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Any of eight finalist could have won. But Christie had mental edge. The VISION. 9.96 sec

CALM FOCUS: 

CALM FOCUS Physically shift your position Pay attention to internal voice (“I can’t do it” – subconscious sabotage) Maximize your oxygen Replace any negative thoughts with your own affirmation

CONSCIOUS - SUBCONSCIOUS: 

CONSCIOUS - SUBCONSCIOUS (Conscience-Sub conscience)

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Conscious Subconscious Body

Parts of the conscious: 

Parts of the conscious Conative Cognitive Affective

Modus Operandi: 

Modus Operandi

KOLBE A Test: 

KOLBE A Test

WHAT IS SYNERGY?: 

WHAT IS SYNERGY? Synergy is productive balance of instincts within the team.

Synergy reports for NBA Players N=81 Source: Pure Instinct-Kathy Kolbe: 

Synergy reports for NBA Players N=81 Source: Pure Instinct-Kathy Kolbe 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Fact Follow Quick Implemen- Finder Thru Start tator 4% 6% 62% 18% 52% 69% 36% 68% 44% 25% 2% 14% 23% 56% 21%

Synergy reports for NBA Players All Stars N=8 Source: Pure Instinct-Kathy Kolbe: 

Synergy reports for NBA Players All Stars N=8 Source: Pure Instinct-Kathy Kolbe 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Fact Follow Quick Implemen- Finder Thru Start tator 12% 0% 62% 12% 38% 100% 38% 50% 50% 0% 0% 38% 22% 57% 22%

Jordan (QS) & Hodges (FT/FF): 

Jordan (QS) & Hodges (FT/FF)

Michael Jordan: 

Michael Jordan

Craig Hodges: 

Craig Hodges

First Title of Chicago Bulls: 

First Title of Chicago Bulls

Slide39: 

Conscious Subconscious Membrane

Story of Anatoly Karpov: 

Story of Anatoly Karpov Before every move pattern of thinking is: Sub conscience – Conscience-Sub conscience Conscience is decision maker!!! Conscience takes care about outer space

SUBCONSCIOUS WORKING FOR US 24x365: 

SUBCONSCIOUS WORKING FOR US 24x365

RULE: 

RULE Keep pen and paper close to your bed. When you wakeup during the sleep write ideas from your dreams – next morning you will forget everything 90% of men mental life belong to subconscious

10 GOLDEN KEYS OF EXCELENT MOTIVATION: 

10 GOLDEN KEYS OF EXCELENT MOTIVATION

HOW TO BE A LEADER!!!: 

HOW TO BE A LEADER!!!

Monitoring 4 categories: 

Monitoring 4 categories 1. Basketball 2. School/job 3. Work ethic 4. Family

KEY NO 1: BUILD YOUR SELF ESTEEM: 

KEY NO 1: BUILD YOUR SELF ESTEEM

Feel the fear and do it anyway (Dr Susan Jeffers): 

Feel the fear and do it anyway (Dr Susan Jeffers) Fear is our the greatest enemy. Fear killed millions of people Self-esteem is stronger than fear.

Fear: 

Fear Fear is reflection in our mind. “Just do it what you fears on, and fear will be dead” – Ralf Valdo Emerson

Tremor=Fear: 

Tremor=Fear Subconscious treat fear as a command!!! Just repeat in yourself: “I am good player, I have self-esteem,…”

2 Inborn Fears: 

2 Inborn Fears Fall fear Noise fear

Does the fear of dead our strongest non-inborn fear?: 

Does the fear of dead our strongest non-inborn fear? 5. Fear of deep water. 4. Fear of financial problem. 3. Fear of insects and bugs. 2. Fear of heights. 1. Fear of pubic appearance in front of the public.

Fear of injury: 

Fear of injury Not in top 7

Remedy:: 

Remedy: Build your self esteem

What is self-esteem?: 

What is self-esteem? It’s the person we see when we look in the mirror. People with self-esteem are risk takers, but more important, they are achievers.

Low self-esteem people: 

Low self-esteem people Unfocused Easily frustrated Underachievers Lack of discipline Poor organizational skills Inability to finish things Sense of disconnect Sensitivity to criticism Difficult to work with such people !!!!

Collective self-esteem (example): 

Collective self-esteem (example) In the half-time: If my team leading – I can demand more If my team doing poor - players are fragile. Their self-esteem must be built up.

Mark Jackson (1965-): 

Mark Jackson (1965-) 18 pick on the draft (NY) Journalist about MJ: “He is little bit slow!” “He doesn’t shoot well !” “He can not guard anybody in the league !”

M.J. stat’s: 

M.J. stat’s Rookie oY All st G

Extraordinary self-esteem produces extraordinary things !!!: 

Extraordinary self-esteem produces extraordinary things !!!

We all need a plan of attack and it starts with self-esteem !!!: 

We all need a plan of attack and it starts with self-esteem !!!

We can find many reasons to justify to ourselves why we are falling:: 

We can find many reasons to justify to ourselves why we are falling: I didn’t go to the right school My job’s is too tough There are no really good jobs anyway I have too many responsibilities The boss doesn’t like me. My wife doesn’t understand me My teammate are jealous Always someone else’s fault !!!

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We create our fortune with our effort !!! We alone have the power !!!

Find your role in the game: 

Find your role in the game You can’t doubt yourself !!! Lot of people don’t have patience. They want everything to happen now! We must be patient – like paparazzi.

It’s never too late to change: 

It’s never too late to change The older we get, the more we must change. Change is what keeps us more innovative. When we are young it’s easy to change and experiment with different things. We must have history of what works, and what do not works for us. The energy of youth is our luxury.

Criticism: 

Criticism In front of the peers One to one (you can criticize different aspects)

Colonel Sanders: 

Colonel Sanders Harland David Sanders (9.9.1890 – 16.12.1980) He fulfill his dream at the age 65 He got first Social Security check for $105 and he got mad. He started asking himself: “What could I do that would be valuable for other people?” Receipe for chicken

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After 1009 of “Noes” first time he heard “Yes” 2 years he traveled along USA in his old car, sleeping in his car, until, finally he was not employed as barmen. Recipe for success: “Personal power” Personal power = To be persistent in taking action

KEY NO 2: SET DEMANDING GOALS: 

KEY NO 2: SET DEMANDING GOALS

Slide69: 

“If you don’t know where you going, whenever you reach, you are on the wrong place” – Hindu proverb

Slide70: 

Dream big dreams Dreaming is first phase of success

Slide71: 

DREAMS + EFFORT = SUCCESS DREAMS + EFFORT = NO SUCCESS

GOALS VS. DREAMS: 

GOALS VS. DREAMS DREAMS ARE WHERE WE WANT TO END UP. GOALS ARE HOW WE GET THERE !!!

Slide73: 

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Plan for Success -> Setting goals:: 

Plan for Success -> Setting goals: Requirements: Plan of attack Working on proper technique with hour of repetition

Examples: 

Examples I’m increasing my vertical jump up to Oct 1, 2007 ! I’m increasing my velocity up to Nov 15, 2007 ! I have perfect weight up to Sep 5, 2007 !

Do not make unrealistic goals: 

Do not make unrealistic goals Only realistic dreams can be converted in goals !!! Unrealistic dreams leads to frustration !!! Constantly be aware that you are making progress!!!

Slide77: 

Achievement of any kind means you are working. If success is not reached: change pattern of behavior –install discipline!!!

Short-term vs. Long-term Goals: 

Short-term vs. Long-term Goals Short term goals: 12 hour goals 24 hour goals 48 hour goals 3 basic rules: Establish goals Make the person show you how the method be implemented Follow up

Do not set bar too low: 

Do not set bar too low We always can work harder

Hard Work is not Fun: 

Hard Work is not Fun Rewards are at the end of the tunnel. Newer members can learn from the older ones.

You must compete against yourself: 

You must compete against yourself The key is to keep up your discipline.

“When the Student is Ready the Teacher Will Appear”: 

“When the Student is Ready the Teacher Will Appear”

KEY NO 3: ALWAYS BE POSITIVE: 

KEY NO 3: ALWAYS BE POSITIVE

Always be Positive: 

Always be Positive Being positive is essential to success !!!

Example: “Time Out”-39:40: 

Example: “Time Out”-39:40 Okay, this is what we are going to do. Pay attention. We really need this game. Okay, this is what we are going to do. Now pay attention. I am not going to say again. Everyone pay attention. Mike is going to take the ball out. Steve is going to set the screen. Peter is going to come of the screen and get the pass from Tony and take the shoot. Now everyone got this? We can not have any mistakes here. Not like last week. Now Peter shoot will be there, so do not miss it. You missed one last week – we do not need another one

Example: “Time Out”-39:40: 

Example: “Time Out”-39:40 Pay attention. Now pay attention. I am not going to say again. Everyone pay attention. Now everyone got this? We can not have any mistakes here.

Coach: “Time Out”-39:40: 

Coach: “Time Out”-39:40 Mike is going to take the ball out Steve is going to set the screen. Peter is going to come of the screen and get the pass from Tony and take the shoot.

Players: “Time Out”-39:40: 

Players: “Time Out”-39:40 Thanks to God, all I have to do is to take the ball from the bounds! Thank to God, all I have to is set the screen. Why me? Why did he pick me? Everyone knows Tony is better than me. Why me? Result: missing

Slide89: 

We have to find a way to get into positive zone more often .

BEING POZITIVE IS A DISCIPLINE: 

BEING POZITIVE IS A DISCIPLINE We can not control: Disease Injures Spectators … We can control our moods !!!

How do we try to control our moods?: 

How do we try to control our moods? We devise a discipline – an organized plan of attack – and work toward that goal. Self motivated people look at each day as a new opportunity. Unmotivated people are the ones looking at their watches.

Slide92: 

You can program yourself to be positive !!!

Slide93: 

Negative people create negative feelings.

Dealing with negative people: 

Dealing with negative people They will tell you that you: Can’t do that r dreams are childhood fantasies They are killers of the dream. They look for reasons why things won’t work, rather than explore why they will work

How to deal?: 

How to deal? Confront them !!! Face to face !!! Their negativity is affecting everyone in the group !!

Staying positive in difficult times: 

Staying positive in difficult times Positive person looks at change as opportunity. Many people fear change !! They think that change is going to be for the worse!!! Imperial Museum – part of Berlin wall

KEY NO 4: ESTABLISH GOOD HABITS: 

KEY NO 4: ESTABLISH GOOD HABITS

Slide98: 

We have to repeat a specific action enough times that it begins to look like instinct.

What is a bad habit?: 

What is a bad habit? A bad habit is any habit that doesn’t serve you in a positive way. Act of repeating something over and over in the wrong way – bad repetitions. Lebron James biting his nails

List of bad habits: 

List of bad habits Distraction (“Cutting everyone productivity”) Excuses (“I may be wasting too much time during the day having social conversation, and killing the time”) Being on time (This is bad habit. We must come earlier !!! For stretching, proper warm up) Solution: finish this before your job (training) start

List of bad habits (cont): 

List of bad habits (cont) Wasting too much energy on things that you cannot control Allowing your personal life to come into the workplace Solution is: Practice makes perfect.

“Repetitio est mater studiorum”: 

“Repetitio est mater studiorum” Repetition is key to success

How to establish good habits?: 

How to establish good habits?

Organize your day and your actions: 

Organize your day and your actions Dreams Þ Goals Þ Plan (listing)

When?: 

When? Every morning !!! Many people wakes up with the goals – but the goals are unfocused Self-motivated people do this every day !!!

Slide106: 

How much time we need for transformation?

Slide107: 

4 months !!!

Eat That Frog: 

Eat That Frog Anything you consider unpleasant do first.

Making a Great First Impression: 

Making a Great First Impression People do not invest their money with someone who looks sloppy and undisciplined.

ANALYZING OPPONENT: 

ANALYZING OPPONENT Scouting Self-education “You can’t be to prepared” Analyzing micro movements of the opponents

Do your homework. Your competitor is.: 

Do your homework. Your competitor is.

KEY NO 5: MASTER THE ART OF COMMUNICATION: 

KEY NO 5: MASTER THE ART OF COMMUNICATION

Communicate clearly: 

Communicate clearly

Slide114: 

Listening: 60% Speaking: 40%

6 MAGIC QUESTIONS: 

6 MAGIC QUESTIONS WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY? HOW? With this 6 magic questions you look like professor !!!

MILTON’S MODEL Added question: 

MILTON’S MODEL Added question At the end of the sentence. First part of the question going directly to subconscious!!! This is easy, isn’t it? Your health is important, you know this? You can do it, do you know it?

COMMUNICATE YOUR GOALS AND NEEDS: 

COMMUNICATE YOUR GOALS AND NEEDS Vladimir, go out in the driveway and get the briefcase out of my car? Jelena: I got it last time? Tanya: Why me? Why can’t Jelena get it?? Why me? I am busy. Why can’t Tanya get it? WHY ME?

COMMUNICATE YOUR GOALS AND NEEDS: 

COMMUNICATE YOUR GOALS AND NEEDS Vladimir, go out in the driveway and get the briefcase out of my car? Jelena: I got it last time? Tanya: Why me? Why can’t Jelena get it?? Why me? I am busy. Why can’t Tanya get it? WHY ME? Because it’s heavy, and you are the strongest THIS IS NOT A FORM A PUNISHMENT

12 MOST POWERFUL WORDS: 

12 MOST POWERFUL WORDS YOU MONEY SAVE NEW EASY LOVE DISCOVERY RESULTS HEALTH VERIFIED GARANTEE FREE Research of Berkley University

POZITIVE ATTITUDE: 

POZITIVE ATTITUDE In interpersonal relations there are 3 types of loosing interactions: I AM WINER – YOU ARE LOOSER I AM LOOSER – YOU ARE WINNER I AM LOOSER – YOU ARE LOOSER i only one winning ...

POZITIVE ATTITUDE: 

POZITIVE ATTITUDE I WILL WIN – YOU WILL WIN Everywhere when one party loosing, in long term period both parties are looser !

POZITIVE ATTITUDE: 

POZITIVE ATTITUDE I am OK Cooperativity Arrogance + + + - You are OK You are not OK - + - - Unsecured Passive I am not OK

ALLIES NOT ENEMIES: 

ALLIES NOT ENEMIES Goal is to connect not defeat.

KEY NO 6: LEARN FROM ROLE MODELS: 

KEY NO 6: LEARN FROM ROLE MODELS

Who are role models?: 

Who are role models? People you can emulate, people you can learn things from. Anyone who has anything to teach you on your journey to success. You are not trying to be them. These people accomplished extraordinary things because they had extraordinary discipline.

Jerry Rice – NFL player (1962-): 

Jerry Rice – NFL player (1962-) He came from unknown university He made his personal plan of achievement He was always better and better His training was like ritual

Vince Lombardi (1913-1970): 

Vince Lombardi (1913-1970) “Individual commitment to a group effort, that what makes a teamwork, a company work, a society work, a civilization work” He was one of the greatest motivator in the history of the sport

Who are You ?: 

Who are You ? Amalgamation of all of them !!! When I hear something say someone I like, I borrow it, make it mine.

“BIG FOUR”: 

“BIG FOUR” Earl Nightingale (1921-1989) Napoleon Hill (26.10.1883-8.11.1970) SAD – Mentor svih mentora Brian Tracy (1944-) Lloyd Conant (?-?)

AND 2 MORE: 

AND 2 MORE Zig Ziglar (6.11.1926-) Anthony Mahavorick, alias Tonny Robbins (29.2.1960-)

LEARN WHAT NOT TO DO : 

LEARN WHAT NOT TO DO TAKE ADVISORS !!! Profile of advisor: With a lot of experience

KEY NO 7: THRIVE ON PRESSURE: 

KEY NO 7: THRIVE ON PRESSURE

Classic Pressure Situation: 

Classic Pressure Situation One second to play 20,000 fans TV broadcasting -2 for your team 3 FT’s No misses - hero Miss one – tie score Miss two – donkey

Why? What is dream of all of us?: 

Why? What is dream of all of us? To be on the shoulder of our teammates ! To be hero ! When we are youngsters – we did not felling fear !!! We are more than optimists !!! But …

“…Pessimist is optimist with experience” – Vladimir Bulatovic – Vib : 

“…Pessimist is optimist with experience” – Vladimir Bulatovic – Vib Optimism + ages -> Fears  Less optimism As we growing we seeing our weakness Pressurized situations became opportunities … … To fail !!! Pessimist Optimist Spiritualist Realist

NLP: 

NLP We have to rediscover our moments of success

Stress graph: 

Stress graph

(Bad)Stress: 

(Bad)Stress Stress appears when you are not prepared, not focused on your job When you are being asked to do something you are not sure you can do If you are ill prepares, it’s impossible to have confidence in your ability Repercussion is - failure

Keys for minimizing stress: 

Keys for minimizing stress Keeping things under control Believe in your discipline Always stay positive

Pressure: 

Pressure Motivating force Helps you to run faster… … jumps higher… …play better defense… … focus in on your opponent and put out maximum effort …

Pressure: 

Pressure Make those pressure work for you, rather than inhibit you Performance is the reward for all the long hours of preparation In the phase of preparation: apply the pressure !!!

Dejan Bodiroga (2. 3. 1973-): 

Dejan Bodiroga (2. 3. 1973-) Argentina 77 Yugoslavia 84 Bodiroga 27 Stojakovic 26

ARG-YU, Sep 2, 2002 (WC, Indianapolis-Final game): 

ARG-YU, Sep 2, 2002 (WC, Indianapolis-Final game) Fernandez 59 09:05 52 08:01 53 Bodiroga 08:01 54 Bodiroga Oberto 61 07:39 07:14 57 Bodiroga Scola 63 06:13 Scola 64 06:13 05:56 59 Divac 05:01 60 Bodiroga 05:01 61 Bodiroga Oberto 66 04:47 Sanchez 69 04:12 03:58 64 Stojakovic Oberto 71 03:27 03:06 65 Stojakovic 03:06 66 Stojakovic Oberto 72 02:54 Oberto 73 02:54 Sconocini 74 02:30 02:19 68 Bodiroga 01:36 71 Bodiroga 00:52 73 Bodiroga Oberto 75 00:30 00:17 74 Bodiroga 00:17 75 Bodiroga 04:27 75 Bodiroga 03:45 78 Stojakovic 02:16 79 Bodiroga 02:16 80 Bodiroga 01:41 80 Bodiroga Oberto 76 00:46 Oberto 77 00:46 00:17 81 Stojakovic 00:17 82 Stojakovic 00:08 83 Jaric 00:08 84 Jaric

Organize yourself: 

Organize yourself Dreams Þ Goals Þ Plan (listing) Þ Working under pressure

KEY NO 8: BE FEROCIOUSLY PERSISTENT: 

KEY NO 8: BE FEROCIOUSLY PERSISTENT

“A man is hero, not because he is braver than anyone else, but because he is brave for 10 minutes longer” – Ralph Waldo Emerson: 

“A man is hero, not because he is braver than anyone else, but because he is brave for 10 minutes longer” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Walt Disney (5.12.1901 – 15.12.1966): 

Walt Disney (5.12.1901 – 15.12.1966) Before he got money for the movie: “The Most Happiest Place on the Earth” he hear 302 times NO All banks thought that he is crazy

Soichiro Honda (17.11.1906 – 5.8.1991): 

Soichiro Honda (17.11.1906 – 5.8.1991) 1938 he tried to sell to Toyota idea about using rims on rod Daily he attend the school, nightly he working on R&D He sold jewelry of his wife to finish his project Finally – Toyota discard him

Did he was disappointed?: 

Did he was disappointed? No! Just he applied his key formula for success: He decided to finish his idea He applied action He noted what he else need to finish his idea He was closed to the end. He was flexible in his goals.

Two years later ...: 

Two years later ... Toyota bought his patent !!! With this money he planned to built small factory !!! Japan was in WWII Government of Japan did not borrowed money to him… … but his friend did …

This is not the end ... Wait the second: 

This is not the end ... Wait the second USA bombed and totally destroyed his factory He continued production under the open sky After WWII in Japan was strong recession He asked himself what to do He put one small engine on bicycle and drove him His friend asked for the same

... Happy end: 

... Happy end He wrote 18,000 mails for the owners of the business advertising his product He got 3,000 orders a Today Honda corporation has 100,000 employees

What is the key ?: 

What is the key ? Persistence and Hardwork

We need excellent marathon men! Persistency is journey, not day trip !!!: 

We need excellent marathon men! Persistency is journey, not day trip !!!

BE FLEXIBLE: 

BE FLEXIBLE Our knowledge is becoming obsolete every day

Technology Drives Change, and Change Drives Technology: 

Technology Drives Change, and Change Drives Technology

IQ – measurement for knowledge IQ=120 – High school education – 4 yrs) Every year – increasing for 0.2 because of technological trends: 

IQ – measurement for knowledge IQ=120 – High school education – 4 yrs) Every year – increasing for 0.2 because of technological trends

3 point line – FIBA 1984: 

3 point line – FIBA 1984 In USA student league – in 1986 USSR was on the tournament in USA against 10 colleges USA coaches calculated to shoot 15 3-points per game with percentage 33% And they did it But in the matches “Zbornaya komanda” made 21 (in some games up to 25) 3-points per game with the 33%

PRODUCTIVITY: 

PRODUCTIVITY Shooting 33% from 3-PT line = Shooting 50% from 2-PT line You must always readjust !!!

IQ ON PROBE: 

IQ ON PROBE Being creative !!! Take care about new opportunities !!!

KEY NO 9: LEARN FROM ADVERSITY: 

KEY NO 9: LEARN FROM ADVERSITY

Slide162: 

“WHY ME?” Substitute with “How I am going to deal with it?”

Accept responsibility for your actions !!: 

Accept responsibility for your actions !! Accept your role Do not blame others You can create your own luck, by your actions and your no-actions

What can we do if we fail?: 

What can we do if we fail? Rewrite our goals and start from the beginning !!! Identify week points in your performance If our team or organization is in doubt we can make plan of attack. No panic, never doubted our plans. Failure leads people to doubt themselves and their plan abilities

Slide165: 

Control the situation rather than being a victim of it. Repetition is the key to overcoming adversity Also perseverance and iron will

CASCADE: 

CASCADE All survivors at Titanic knows that was because of serious of errors. This series has name – CASCADE.

CASCADE (Challenger Explosion): 

CASCADE (Challenger Explosion)

ERROR LEVEL: 

ERROR LEVEL Cascade accept errors, but errors had level. Good news: cascade will help you to better understand the situation

Dealing with personal tragedy: 

Dealing with personal tragedy The only way is: being mentally tough ... You must remain rock solid positive Continue to have faith in your vision !!!

KEY NO 10: SURVIVING SUCCESS: 

KEY NO 10: SURVIVING SUCCESS

Finally we are the “CHAMPS”: 

Finally we are the “CHAMPS”

Work is never “over”: 

Work is never “over” There is always new “peak” Preparation must start next day

Self-esteem vs. Self-satisfaction: 

Self-esteem vs. Self-satisfaction "Team spirit, loyalty, enthusiasm, determination. . . . Acquire and keep these traits and success should follow." —Coach John Wooden

Sycophants: 

Sycophants People start treating you differently There are number of sycophants They showing you fool’s good rather than real gold

Untouchables: 

Untouchables People who believe that are immune to failure

GIANTS: 

GIANTS

Louis Gerstner (1942-): 

Louis Gerstner (1942-)

DIARY: 

DIARY Keep records every day Reminder on the times when you were not luck enough or when you have good fortune Some good, not realized idea Most important: reminds you that hard work pays off

ENJOYING: 

ENJOYING When people achieve success they start enjoying Experience will help you to manage time better

KEEP BEING CREATIVE: 

KEEP BEING CREATIVE Key points are: Enjoy the moment- move on Stick with your discipline Create new goals. You must always raising the bar

Harry Houdini (1874-1926): 

Harry Houdini (1874-1926)

“Bad listeners doesn’t exists. Only bad lecturers exists!” – Alan Pease : 

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