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Slide 5: PERCEPTION vs. REALITY… Slide 6: NEGATIVE EMOTIONS… Slide 7: OVERCOMING NEGATIVE EMOTIONS… Acknowledged achievements Accept and recognize feelings as valid and never contradicts them Do not belittles positive characteristics and points out flaws in others Be willing to compromise on opinions and views SUPERIORITY COMPLEX INFERIORITY COMPLEX Stop associating with all those who make you feel small, inadequate or insecure. Know your limitations and the extent of your abilities Refuse to serve as a mat for others to walk upon. Find out what you do best, work diligently at it until you excel at it Slide 8: OVERCOMING NEGATIVE EMOTIONS… Contd FEAR Take small steps Getting some positive motivation Seeing failure and rejection in a new light The power of ‘NOW (no other way) 5. FALSE EVEIDENCE APPEARING REAL STRESS One thing at a time Simple schedule Do something calming Get creative De-clutter. Slide 9: POSITIVE ATTITUDE HOW MUCH DO YOU SEE OF AN ICEBERG? Slide 10: ONLY 10% OF ANY ICEBERG IS VISIBLE. THE REMAINING 90% IS BELOW SEA LEVEL. Slide 11: The Iceberg phenomena is also applicable on human beings … Slide 12: MAKE YOUR LIFE 100% Let each letter of the alphabetic has a value equals to it sequence of the alphabetical order: = = = = 82 96 98 100 Slide 13: THE CAN DO ATTITUDE You CAN DO everything, but not all at once. You CAN DO everything, if it’s important enough for you to do. You CAN DO everything, but you may not be the best at everything. You CAN DO everything, but there will be limitations. You CAN DO everything, but you’ll need help. Slide 16: SELF CONFIDENCE: It is about having a positive perception of ourselves and our abilities. A LACK OF SELF-CONFIDENCE: it is characterized by self- doubt, submissiveness, isolation, sensitivity to criticism, distrust, depression, and feelings of inferiority and being unloved. Slide 17: HOW TO INCREASE SELF CONFIDENCE Think positively about yourself. Set realistic goals Reward/praise yourself when you DO well. Be aware of your thoughts. Think logically about the situation, DON’T react Dwell on your strengths. Do not attribute your achievement and accomplishments only to luck. Give yourself credit for your own personal achievement. Learn to be assertive. Slide 18: Is the ability to communicate your needs, feelings, opinions, and beliefs in an open and honest manner without violating the rights of others ASSERTIVENESS Slide 19: ASSERTIVENESS WHAT WILL IT DO : WHAT WILL IT DO HELPS YOU BECOME SELF-CONFIDENT INCREASES SELF-ESTEEM GAIN RESPECT OF OTHERS IMPROVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS IMPROVE DECISION-MAKING ABILITY 3/17/2010 20 (C)www.skillbridge.in HOW TO BE ASSERTIVE : HOW TO BE ASSERTIVE BE HONEST AND DIRECT ABOUT YOUR FEELINGS, NEEDS, BELIEFS. EXPRESS YOURSELF FIRMLY AND DIRECTLY TO SPECIFIC INDIVIDUALS. BE REASONABLE IN YOUR REQUESTS REGOGNIZE AND RESPECT THE RIGHTS OF THOSE AROUND YOU. BE AWARE OF BODY POSTURE/LANGUAGE MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT. USE “I” STATEMENTS TO EXPRESS SELF DON’T LET OTHERS IMPOSE THEIR VALUES/IDEAS ON YOU ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO BE CLEAR AND DIRECT TAKE OWNERSHIP ASSERTIVENESS : ASSERTIVENESS DOESN’T JUST HAPPEN. DOES NOT GUARANTEE YOU HAPPINESS OR FAIR TREATMENT. WILL NOT SOLVE ALL YOUR PROBLEMS DOES NOT GUARANTEEE YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU WANT. 3/17/2010 22 (C)www.skillbridge.in How to maintain good interpersonal relationships? : How to maintain good interpersonal relationships? Slide 25: Nine Ways to Bring People around? SWOT ANALYSIS : SWOT ANALYSIS INTERNAL Slide 28: Time Managementfor personal Sense of Achievement Slide 29: Where are You? 20% people feel they are short of time. They feel so concerned that they self find answers to Time Mgmt 10% people feel they are short of time. They realise this and are keen to get help and see how they can improve Time Mgmt 70% people feel they are not short of time. Though they don’t mind listening to someone. And then tell him why all that is impractical Slide 30: Balance in Life is important Recognize each aspect of life I am not getting enough time for family/personal life because of Work 80% of day is spent at work/school/college Slide 31: What is it? Doing the Right things and not setting Things right In control of Life, not driven by circumstances Enjoying JOURNEY of life: every day of it, not waiting for a perfect day in future Having right balance in wheel of life Slide 32: Managing your Time Things to do list Identify Priority Making it happen Evaluate deviations Slide 33: “The surest way to be late is to have plenty of time”. Never Procrastinate You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.