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  • 1.PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT QUICKCOURSE Unconventional Advice to Improving Ones Personality

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  • Why the Heck Are You Here?
  • Your teachers told me that you are required to be here. =P

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  • Why the Heck Are You Here?
  • This is a time-saver. Ideas hand suggestions here came either from books that many of you will not be interested to read and thus miss out on great learnings OR are things I had to learn the hard way (sucks for me but good for you)

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  • Why the Heck Are You Here?
  • If you think you dont need to improve your personality then you are the perfect audience for this. If you actually want to improve your personality you are still the perfect audience for this.

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  • WHAT IS IN STORE FOR YOU?
  • Contemporary lessons based from various topics such as Cognitive Psychology, Branding, Positivism, Life Coaching, and even Marketing. All of these designed to help you make better sense first of yourself and then your role in your environment.

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  • Why the Heck Are You Here?
  • Youve got nothing to lose and something to gain.

7. HOUSE RULES

  • Respect is the gold standard.
  • My training orientation is based on adult-learning thus I expect adult-like behavior.
  • There is a 15-minute break for every 2-hour block.
  • There is a 45 minute lunch break each day
  • If you need to go to the john then just go
  • Participation is highly encouraged.

8. DO YOU HAVE A PERSONALITY?

  • The BIGGER QUESTION isWILL IT WORKFORYOU ORAGAINSTYOU?

OF COURSE YOU DO! 9.

  • The quality or condition ofbeinga person.
  • The totality of qualities and traits, as of character or behavior, that arepeculiarto a specific person.
  • Thepatternofcollectivecharacter, behavioral, temperamental, emotional, and mental traits of a person:Though their personalities differed, they got along as friends.
  • Distinctivequalities of a person, especially those distinguishing personal characteristics that make onesocially appealing:

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  • BEING
  • PECULIAR
  • PATTERN
  • COLLECTIVE
  • DISTINCTIVE
  • SOCIALLY APPEALING

11. LETS GO ROCK THE BOAT

  • WHAT WILL YOU DO IN THE NEXT 3 MONTHS
  • HOW ABOUT IN THE NEXT 6 MONTHS
  • WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING BY THE NEXT YEAR?

ARE YOU SURE? WHAT IFTHINGS DONT WORK OUT? 12. Typical Explanation for Behavior 13. Cognitive Explanation for Behavior 14.

  • DEPENDENCE

INDEPENDENCE INTERDEPENDENCE 15. Its a thing Called Perception

  • What you See is What you Get
  • Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

16. Ponder These:

  • How much time do you spend JUDGING or ASSESSING others?
  • Do you spend as much time THINKING how the WORLD judges or assesses you?

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  • It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that ismost adaptable to change .
  • Charles Darwin

18. MEDIOCRITY = AVERAGE a 5 out of 10. What happened to the other 5? MEDIOCRITY = VACUUMProlonged mediocrity = Unhappiness 19. SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT the quickest one way trip to disappointment 20. SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT I deserve it just because I feel so or I say so. It must happen the way I want it to happen. 21. Behavior that Indicates a Sense of Entitlement You get angry because of heavy traffic even though you know its rush hour. Your curse at the heat when you know you live in a tropical country. You get annoyed with reports and exams when you know its part of being a student. 22.

  • VERY WRONG

23. But isnt it normal to be annoyed or irritated? ABSOLUTELY! Whining is Fun. But utterly USELESS Unless... 24. You do Something About It 25. Which Way Are you Looking?

  • Circle of Influence and Circle of Concern
  • Proactive vs Reactive
  • Plan Stoppers
  • Practical Application

1 26. BECOME PROACTIVE CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE CIRCLEOFCONCERN 27.

  • If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem

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  • Be the change that you want to see in the world

29. REACTIVE THINKING CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE 30. PROACTIVE THINKING 31. Time To Bring Out the Microscope! 32.

  • Instead of the usual fearful question Can I do it? try this one
  • Who is going to stop me?

33. TWO POSSIBLE PLAN STOPPERS

  • THE OUTSIDE WORLD
  • Well meaning friends, family, colleagues, peers
  • Damn you if you do, damn you if you dont

34. TWO POSSIBLE PLAN STOPPERS

  • YOUR SELF
  • Learned Helplessness: TYING DOWN THE ELEPHANT
  • The Lost Identity: THE EAGLE AND THE DUCK
  • The Gold Within: DAEMON

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  • Its not what youre parents gave you but what you do with what youre given that matters

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  • Where you are right now does not determine where you go. It only tells where you start from.

37. PROACTIVE THINKING 38. Be Proactive SEE DO GET A breakthrough to extraordinary results MEDIOCRE PERSON:This is the best that I can do given my resources (upbringing, family background, etc) EFFECTIVE PERSON:Theres always a way to get it done.

  • See Alternatives instead of roadblocks
  • Focus on what you can influence
  • Expand, dont limit your resources

39. Practical Application

  • Create a Resource Finder
  • PEOPLE
    • Find a mentor
    • Find a muse
  • KNOWLEDGE
    • What do you know / what do you NEED to know
  • TECHNOLOGY
    • The Web is the Key

40. Is your vision 20/20?

  • Do you have a Vision?
  • Seeing Yourself as a Brand
  • Bringing out your Telescope
  • Bringing out your Mirror
  • Writing a Contribution Statement
  • Practical Application

2 41. Very few people have a specific image of what they want to achieve. Most peoples sights are only toward the next run, the next increment of money -Judith M. Bardwick, International Management Consultant 42.

  • You: The Ultimate Brand

43. TWOyears ago, what were your top concerns. What weregoalswere you trying to achieve,habitsyou wanted to strengthen or remove,skillsyou wanted to learn, orrelationshipsto nurture or end. List the top 5. Do the same for your goalslastyear,thisyear, and thenextyear. You have 5 minutes to complete this activity 44. Time To Bring Out the Mirror 45. Thinking Like a Brand

  • Use the SWOT Analysis on yourself
  • What do you stand for? What are your top three values?
  • What is easy for you but difficult for others?
  • What can you improve on?
  • What compliments do you get that you brush aside?
  • What do others have that you dont?

46. I DARE YOU TO SWOT YOURSELF!

  • PHYSICAL
  • Its a visual world out there
  • Invest in the details
  • EMOTIONAL
  • Will you go for the Cookie?
  • Coffee, Egg, or Carrot
  • MENTAL
  • Got talent?
  • Texting is not a hobby
  • Communicate or Evaporate
  • SPIRITUAL
  • What are your non-negotiables?
  • What do you stand for?

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  • Bringing out the Telescope

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  • Team up with your M&M

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  • Be inspired then aspire

50. If you try and failed, call it version 1.0 51.

  • Define terms using YOUR own Dictionary

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  • Be Selfish in order to become Selfless

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  • Define terms using YOUR own Dictionary

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  • Gasoline in a Diesel-run engine and vice-versa
  • What will Happen?
  • Why does it happen?

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  • You cannot borrow someone elses vision.
  • Why be the next whatever when you can be the BEST YOU?

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  • Channel your Inner Madonna: Aspire to be a Hyphenate

57. CAREER CHOICES SUPPORT SYSTEM ADVOCACIES 58. Forge an Inner Vision SEE DO GET Fearlessly Create your version 2.0 MEDIOCRE PERSON:I am a product of my environment EFFECTIVE PERSON:I choose what influences me and I create my image and reality.

  • Define the unique brand that is YOU solid but flexible enough to adapt
  • Define practical outcomes everywhere, every time.

59. Practical Application

  • Create a Resource Finder
  • Treat your self as Brand
    • Research
    • Find a muse
  • KNOWLEDGE
    • What do you know / what do you NEED to know
  • TECHNOLOGY