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IVYT 101 Chapter 3 (revised Spring 2014)

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  • Ask students to spend two minutes jotting down their initial answers to these questions. <br />
  • Ask students to spend two minutes jotting down their initial answers to these questions. <br />
  • Ask students to spend two minutes jotting down their initial answers to these questions. <br />
  • Ask students to spend two minutes jotting down their initial answers to these questions. <br />
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  • 3 | 1Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. Strategies for Creating Success in College and in Life On Course Chapter 3 DISCOVERING SELF-MOTIVATION
  • 3 | 2Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. DISCOVERING SELF-MOTIVATION • Are you a successful or a struggling student? Do you create inner motivation, providing yourself with the passion to persist toward your goals and dreams, despite all obstacles? Have you designed a compelling life plan, complete with motivating goals and dreams? Do you commit to your goals and dreams, visualizing the successful creation of your ideal future?
  • 3 | 3Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. VALUE In terms of your education, value is determined by the benefits you believe you’ll obtain from seeking and obtaining a college degree. Thinking about the list from the previous slide, did you include education on your list? Is education valued in your culture? Aliaksei Lasevich
  • 3 | 4Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. EXPECTATION In terms of your education, expectation is determined by how likely you think it is that you can earn a college degree with a reasonable effort. •Has anyone ever told you that you will or will not be successful in college? If so, how strongly do you believe what they said? • Have you ever had thoughts that you will or will not be successful in college? If so, what is your strongest belief about the likelihood of your success in college?
  • 3 | 5Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. A FORMULA FOR MOTIVATION • Do you believe you are a good student and have a strong educational background? • How challenging are your courses and how much are you willing to sacrifice to be successful? • On a scale from 0-10, what is your expectation (E) of obtaining a college degree with a reasonable effort, with 10 being the highest?
  • 3 | 6Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. CRITICAL THINKING: FOCUS QUESTIONS DESIGNING A COMPELLING LIFE PLAN • If your life was as good as it could possibly be, what would it look like? • What would you have, do and be? iQoncept
  • 3 | 7Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. ROLES AND GOALS A life role is an activity to which we regularly devote large amounts of time and energy. For example, student. •Make a list of your life roles. •How do you feel about the number of life roles you presently have (too many, too few, just right)? •What do you hope to accomplish in each of these roles?
  • 3 | 8Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. HOW TO SET A GOAL Motivating goals have a deadline. They can be a few months to several years. Motivating goals are challenging but realistic. Motivating goals are your own. You know yourself better than else. Motivating goals focus your energy on what you want, rather than what you don’t want. Motivating goals state outcomes that are detailed and measurable. Dated Achievable Specific Personal Positive • To be motivating, a goal needs five qualities. Identify each quality of the DAPPS rule.
  • 3 | 9Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. QUOTATION REFLECTION: DISCOVER YOUR DREAM “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dream.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt •Dreams inspire us to do great things. Have you discovered your dream? If so, what is it? If not, what could you do to help you discover your dream? Raywoo
  • 3 | 10Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. YOUR LIFE PLAN AS A STUDENT • Think about your role as a student and identify long-term goals that you plan to accomplish. In 2 years In 4 years In 8 years • List short term goals that will assist you to reach your long-term goals. In 5 weeks By the end of this semester By the end of next semester
  • 3 | 11Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. COMMITMENT CREATES METHOD A commitment is an unbending intention, a single- mindedness of purpose that promises to overcome all obstacles regardless of how you may feel at any particular moment. •What are you committed to? Has anyone assisted you in keeping this commitment? Have you sacrificed anything to guarantee you keep this commitment? •How can you apply this same level of commitment to your college courses?
  • 3 | 12Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. HOW TO VIZUALISE Imagine the scene concretely and specifically. Include all details. Breathe deeply while you tighten muscle groups one by one. Imagine your accomplishment to be just as grand as you wish it to be. Imagine yourself experiencing success NOW. Relax Use Present Tense Use all 5 Senses Feel the Feelings • Match the four keys of effective visualization to their description.
  • 3 | 13Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. CLAIMING YOUR DESIRED PERSONAL QUALITIES A personal affirmation is a statement in which we claim desired qualities as if we already have them in abundance. •On a piece of paper, write your personal affirmation. •Say it to yourself in a mirror 5 times. •How did you feel saying your affirmation? •Did you feel different saying your affirmation the 5th time compared to the 1st time?
  • 3 | 14Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. LIVING YOUR AFFIRMATIONS • What strategies could you use to reinforce your affirmation? Repeat your affirmations. Dispute your inner critic. Align your deeds with your words. nasirkhan
  • 3 | 15Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. • Identify each part of the “V x E = M” formula QUICK REVIEW Value Motivation Expectation What does the “V” stand for? What does the “E” stand for? What does the “M” stand for?
  • 3 | 16Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. QUICK REVIEW • The DAPPS rule has 5 important steps. Try to list what each letter of the acronym stands for. D A P P S DATED ACHIEVABLE PERSONAL POSITIVE SPECIFIC
  • 3 | 17Copyright © 2014 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. QUICK REVIEW • Match the four keys of effective visualization to their description. Visualizing seems to have the most positive impact when experienced during deep relaxation. Imagine yourself experiencing success now. Imagine the scene concretely and specifically. Events gain power to motivate us when accompanied by strong emotions. Feel the Feelings Use all 5 Senses Relax Use Present Tense