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Self management leap-of_faith

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  • 1. Leap of Faith
  • 2. Breaking Old Paradigms
  • 3. Breaking Old ParadigmsGo from having a desire “not to lose”to “win and risk!”
  • 4. Breaking Old ParadigmsGo from being overly cautious tobeing courageous.
  • 5. Breaking Old ParadigmsGo from avoidance to going as faras you can, with what you’ve got.
  • 6. Breaking Old Paradigms“How will taking a leap of faithchange my life for the better?”
  • 7. Breaking Old ParadigmsYou may achieve better self-esteemafter taking a leap of faith.
  • 8. Breaking Old ParadigmsChanging your attitude or point ofview takes time.
  • 9. Breaking Old ParadigmsIt all begins with changing yourdesires from not wanting to lose towinning by risking.
  • 10. Embrace and Welcome Change
  • 11. Embrace and Welcome ChangeChange is often misinterpretedas a “loss.”
  • 12. Embrace and Welcome ChangeChange in a positive manner is aprerequisite for personal andprofessional growth.
  • 13. Embrace and Welcome ChangeWithout the ability and willingness toembrace change, you will becomeparalyzed with fear and anxiety.
  • 14. Embrace and Welcome ChangeNothing is permanent, except change.
  • 15. Embrace and Welcome ChangeIf you are doing well, then you willbe more eager to take risks.
  • 16. Conquering Your Fears
  • 17. Conquering Your FearsWe all have basic needs that driveus to do the things we do.
  • 18. Basic Needs• Wanting to succeed
  • 19. Basic Needs• Wanting to succeed• Feeling right about our decisions
  • 20. Basic Needs• Being accepted for who we are
  • 21. Basic Needs• Being accepted for who we are• Feeling emotionally safe and secure
  • 22. Conquering Your FearsThere are four basic fears that keepus from taking risks.
  • 23. Basic Fears• Feeling humiliated
  • 24. Basic Fears• Feeling humiliated• Being wrong
  • 25. Basic Fears• Feeling humiliated• Being wrong• Feeling rejected
  • 26. Basic Fears• Feeling humiliated• Being wrong• Feeling rejected• Experiencing change
  • 27. Conquering Your FearsIt’s the combination of our basicneeds and fears that holds us back.
  • 28. Conquering Your FearsCreate an atmosphere where youwill feel safe and secure.
  • 29. Conquering Your FearsStop and think about what you aredoing, and challenge every possibility.
  • 30. Conquering Your FearsTake control of what you are doing.
  • 31. Conquering Your FearsLook at the leap of faith as a learningexperience and don’t look back.
  • 32. Conquering Your FearsStretching yourself and believing inyourself are positive benefits that occur,when you take that leap of faith.
  • 33. Taking the Journey
  • 34. Taking the JourneyEvery time you take a risk, you not onlyconquer your fears, but take a stepcloser to your leap of faith.
  • 35. Taking the JourneyUse your strengths to battle your fears.
  • 36. One Month Later
  • 37. Adjust Your Map of the World
  • 38. Adjust Your Map of the WorldYour map of the world is the wayyou see things.
  • 39. Adjust Your Map of the WorldIt is often our maps of the world thatchallenge our successes.
  • 40. Adjust Your Map of the WorldUpdate and adjust your map of theworld, and see your ability to take risks.
  • 41. Leap of Faith
  • 42. Leap of Faith

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