High Performing Mindset

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By: masbowo (137 month(s) ago)

thank's a lot to Mr. Shameen Shafaqat for sending me high performance mindset presentation.

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High Performing Mindset Sameen Shafaqat

Objective : 

Objective

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We hear excuses like……

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I'm unlucky I'm born under the wrong stars I'm not good looking I don't have contacts I don't have enough money The economy is bad If only I had the opportunity If only I didn't have a family The list can go on and on…….

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Fatalistic Attitude

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A fatalistic attitude prevents people from accepting responsibility for their position in life. They attribute success and failure to luck. They resign themselves to their fate.

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They believe and accept the predestined future written in their horoscope or stars, that regardless of their effort whatever has to happen will happen.

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Hence they never put in any effort and complacency becomes a way of life. They wait for things to happen rather than make them happen.

Stages of Change : 

Pre contemplation (Not yet acknowledged) Contemplation (acknowledged) Preparation / Determination (getting ready to change) Action / will power (changing behavior) Maintenance (maintain behavior change) Stages of Change

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Transforming Limiting Beliefs into Empowering Beliefs Replace negative thoughts with positive ones. Develop a stronger belief in yourself. Empower and motivate yourself.

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Seven Elements of High Performing Mindset

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1. Desire The motivation to succeed comes from the burning desire to achieve a purpose. Napoleon Hill wrote, "Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.”

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A burning desire is the starting point of all accomplishment. Just like a small fire cannot give much heat, a weak desire cannot produce great results.

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2. Commitment Integrity and wisdom are the two pillars on which to build and keep commitments. Desire

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3. Responsibility People with character accept responsibilities. They make decisions and determine their own destiny in life. Desire Commitment

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Accepting responsibilities involves taking risks and being accountable which is sometimes uncomfortable.

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Most people would rather stay in their comfort zone and live passive lives without accepting responsibilities. They drill through life waiting for things to happen rather than making them happen.

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Responsible people don't think that the world owes them a living.

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4. Hard Work Excellence is not something that you run into by accident. It takes a lot of preparation and character. Desire Commitment Responsibility

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Everyone likes to win but how many are willing to put in the Effort and Time to prepare to win? It takes sacrifice and self-discipline.

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Discipline takes self-control, sacrifice, and avoiding distractions and temptations. It means staying focused. Steam does not move the engine unless it is confined. Niagara Falls would not generate power unless it were harnessed.

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5. Positive Believing Positive believing is a lot more than positive thinking. It is having a reason to believe that positive thinking will work. Desire Commitment Responsibility Hard Work

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Positive believing is an attitude of confidence that comes with preparation. Having a positive attitude without making the effort is nothing more than having a wishful dream.

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Persistence means commitment and determination. It is a commitment to finish what you start. 6. The Power of Persistence Responsibility Desire Commitment Hard Work Positive Believe

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When we are exhausted, quitting, looks good. But winners endure. Ask a winning athlete. He endures pain and finishes what he started. Lots of failures have begun well but have not concluded anything.

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Persistence comes from purpose. Life without purpose is drifting. A person who has no purpose will never persevere and will never be fulfilled.

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7. Pride of Performance Excellence comes when the performer takes pride in doing his best. Responsibility Desire Commitment Hard Work Positive Believe The Power of Persistence

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Pride of performance does not represent ego. It represents pleasure with humility. The quality of the work and the quality and the worker are inseparable. Half-hearted effort does not produce half results; it produces no results.

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Every job is a self-portrait of the person who does it, regardless of what the job is, whether washing cars, sweeping the floor or painting a house. Pride comes from within, which is what gives the winning edge.

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Allah Hafiz