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    Self motivation Self motivation Presentation Transcript

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    • ENTREPRENEUR
    • Success Curves
      • Televista
      • Nikitasha
      • Onida
      • Murphy
      • Cibaca
      • Fiat
      • Modiluft
      • Uptron
      • Tata
      • Colgate (HLL)
      • Bajaj
      • ITC
      • LIC
      • IA
      • SBI
      • IIM (A)
    • Success Curves TIME SUCCESS
    • Learning Curves of Successful Organizations I II III TIME LEARNING
    • LEADERS! NO LONGER .....
      • HMT
      • API- LAMBY SCOOTERS
      • IBM
      • DUNLOP
    • Why do you live? What is the purpose of your life?
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    • Knowledge
      • Knowledge of Self
        • Self Image
        • self perception
      • Knowledge of Environment
      • Perception of others behaviour
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    • WHO CAN MOTIVATE ME?
    • ONLY ME
    • HURDLES TO MOTIVATION EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT MY EGO STATE UNDERSTANDING OF SELF PERCEPTION OF OTHERS
    • Fundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation in Behaviour
      • The FIRO-B tool provides information about three fundamental dimensions of interpersonal needs:
      • INCLUSION
      • is about recognition, belonging, participation,
      • contact with others, and how you relate to groups
      • CONTROL
      • concerns influence, leadership,
      • responsibility, and decision making
      • AFFECTION
      • is about closeness, warmth, sensitivity, openness,
      • and how you relate to others
    • Fundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation in Behaviour
      • The FIRO-B assessment also indicates your preferences in regard to two distinct aspects of each of these
      • EXPRESSED BEHAVIOR
      • How much do you prefer to initiate the behavior?
      • How do you actually behave with respect to the three fundamental interpersonal needs?
      • What is your comfort level engaging in the behaviors associated with the three needs?
    • Fundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation in Behaviour
      • WANTED BEHAVIOR
      • How much do you prefer others to take the initiative?
      • How much do you want to be on the receiving end of those behaviors?
      • What is your comfort level when others direct their behaviors associated with the three needs to you?
    • Success is temporary so we must upgrade ourselves
    • External or Internal
      • Internal vs. Lack of resources
      • Initiative vs. Compliance
      • Problem Solving vs. Problem Avoidance
      • Activity, Goal vs. Want, Desire, .. Interest
    • Locus of Control
      • What is Locus of Control?
      • According to Philip Zimbardo (a famous psychologist),
      • "A locus of control orientation is a belief about whether the outcomes of our actions are contingent on what we do (internal control orientation) or on events outside our personal control (external control orientation)." (Zimbardo, 1985)
      • The concept was developed by Julian Rotter in the 1960
    • Locus of Control
      • External Locus of Control
      • Individual believes that his/her behavior is guided by fate, luck, or other external circumstances
      • Internal Locus of Control
      • Individual believes that his/her behavior is guided by his/her personal decisions and efforts.
      Thus, Locus of control can be understood as bipolar construct, ranging from external causes to internal causes
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    • Shift from External to Internal
      • external OR internal expectations to evaluate yourself
      • do what others want to do most of the time
      • seek approval so much that it is a “must”
      • Do you try to impress others
      • you worry about being "popular" and pleasing everyone
    • Shift from External to Internal
      • you frequently want to do the opposite of what others want you to do
      • you often let others make decisions for you
      • you let others take care of you
      • you worry about taking care of others' needs or feelings more than you take care of your own
      • constantly "should" all over yourself OR do what you "want" to do
    • Myths about Self
      • I must please every one
      • My value as a person depends on what others think of me
      • If I fail in a task I am a failure
      • To be a good person, I must help all those who seek my help
      • It is wrong to express anger
      • I’d be considered weak if I express soft feelings to / in front of others
    • Self Improvement
      • Change your self-talk
      • Model the person you want to be
      • Try avoid being pessimistic or hang around negative people
      • Do not accept put downs by other people
      • Acknowledge compliments & feel good
      • Set & work to accomplish achievable goals
      • Find a mentor
      • Avoid comparison with others
      • Practice acts of kindness for others & feel good about yourself
      • Take action to improve your self-image
    • THANK YOU