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  • The following are the ten (10) major requirements toward the development of a FINE personality: 1) KINDNESS 2) CLEANLINESS OF BOTH MIND AND BODY 3) UNSELFISHNESS 4) GOOD DISPOSITION 5) OBEDIENCE TO IDEALS AND PRINCIPLES 6) HONESTY IN ALL THINGS 7) TRUTHFULNESS 8) LOYALTY 9) RELIGION OR SPIRITUALITY 10) GOOD HEALTH
  • Taking small stepsThis is good for fear that can seem overwhelming at first. For instance the strong feeling – it can almost feel like a flight or fight-response – just before doing public speaking or asking someone out for a date. If you´re for instance nervous socially you might not feel able to ask people out on dates right away. The fear of being rejected and that others might think less of you if you get turned down can make many of us feel unable to ask the question.A solution is to take small steps instead. Steps like first just saying hi to people. Or starting to talk more to people online via forums and Instant Messaging. And then trying to be more involved in conversations to exercise your conversation-muscles. I guess one could say that you gradually de-sensitize yourself to social situations or whatever you are afraid of. Or, seeing it in a more motivating way, building courage and expanding your comfort zone in this part of your life (which is something that often bleeds over to other areas of life too.)So, identify your fear. Then make a plan with some smaller steps you can take to gradually lessen your discomfort.2. Getting some concrete, positive motivation Getting to the stage where you really feel that you need to stop waiting – or need stop reading one personal development book after another – and take action can take some time. One way to get moving is to replace some of your negative thoughts – that creates negative feelings – with clear, positive reasons to get going.Take 5 minutes. Take out a pice of paper and a pen. And write down all the wonderful ways you can come up with how making this change will improve your life. Lack of motivation can get you stuck while contemplating how much your life sucks. If you don´t become clear on you motivation it can become hard to get going and knowing why you are actually need to change. Writing down all the wonderful things you will gain in your life by overcoming this fear can be powerful. Focus on those positive things to get motivated and inspired. Revisit your page of paper when you feel discouraged, uncomfortable or afraid. Even if it loses it´s inspiring effect gradually, it can be the initial trigger to unstick you. The spark to get you started to take those first actions that sends you into an upward-spiral of thought and action.3. Seeing failure and rejection in a new lightOften it´s easier to not do something because we fear failure and rejection. We may fear failure when starting on a new career-path. And rejection from friends, family and the people around us if we fail. Or we might be afraid of being rejected when asking someone out.However, as I have written before, the definition of failure we are brought up with in society might not be the best and most useful to have. If you look at the most successful people you quickly notice that they have a different response to failure than the more common one.They don´t take failure or rejection that seriously. They know it´s not the end of the world if they fail. Instead they look at each failure and see the good part about: what they can learn from it and improve next time.They have an abundance-mentality. They know that if their first business-venture fails it feels like crap for a while but it´s ok in the long run. They learn from it and then they try again.If they are rejected for date, do they give up? Probably not. They know that next week or the week after they might find someone else that´s interesting and ask them out.They know that there are a lot of good people out there. That there are a lot of good business opportunities out there. But they have also learned that to become successful at anything you have to fail perhaps 5, 10, 20 times or more.The morning of day when you learned to ride a bike you fell of it time and time again. But you just brushed yourself of, perhaps cried for minutes or two and then you got up on the bike again. And towards the afternoon, or the next day, you probably started to become pretty good at riding your bike. The same applies here. You have work on your skills to sharpen them. See failure or rejection not as something incredible negative that might end your life if it strikes. Redefine it in your mind to lessen the negative emotional impact and the fear. See failure simply as feedback on what you need to improve on. Listen to the advice the failure gives you and you will improve. And success will come.If you fear what other may think about you if you fail, take a look at Why you should not compare yourself to others for some thoughts on the need for validation from others.4. Being in the nowWhat this means is to keep yourself steadily in the now. Not letting your thoughts and emotions run away to the future or the past. That doesn´t mean that you don´t make plans, of course. You might think about asking someone out. You make plans on when to do it or perhaps what to say.But being in the now means to not getting your mind stuck in a kind of psychological and emotional headspace that is placed in the past or future. It means not dwelling on what has gone wrong before and what could go wrong tonight or tomorrow. Such thinking will only create and ramp up your fear to the point where you feel unable to do anything. And just feel like running away.Instead, make your plans. Then just be and don´t think about the future. Focus on the now and what needs to be done now. The future will be the now soon enough. And when you´re arrive there it will be much easier to get things done when you have created a minimal amount of stress and fear within your mind.Whenever you feel fear, your mind is often dragged into a hypothetical, future scenario where you think you might fail. Your brain is over-analyzing a possible situation, which leads for many of us, to a negative, downward spiral of thoughts. This expands and empowers your fear to the point where you become almost paralyzed. So, how do you beat the fear in such situations? You stop fighting. You surrender. How to surrender: Let me explain. By surrender, I don´t mean that you should give up and go home. Instead, when you feel fear then accept the feeling. Don´t try to fight it or to keep it out (like many of us have learned throughout life).Say yes to it. Surrender and let it in.Observe the feeling in your mind and body without labelling or judging it. If you let it in – for me the feeling then often seems physically locate itself to the middle of my chest – and just observe it for maybe a minute or two something wonderful happens. The feeling just vanishes. 1. One thing at a time. This is the simplest and best way to start reducing your stress, and you can start today. Right now. Focus as much as possible on doing one thing at a time. Clear your desk of distractions. Pick something to work on. Need to write a report? Do only that. Remove distractions such as phones and email notifications while you’re working on that report. If you’re going to do email, do only that. This takes practice, and you’ll get urges to do other things. Just keep practicing and you’ll get better at it..2. Simplify your schedule. A hectic schedule is a major cause of high stress. Simplify by reducing the number of commitments in your life to just the essential ones. Learn to say no to the rest — and slowly get out of commitments that aren’t beneficial to you. Schedule only a few important things each day, and put space between them. Get out of meetings when they aren’t absolutely essential. Leave room for down time and fun..3. Get moving. Do something each day to be active — walk, hike, play a sport, go for a run, do yoga. It doesn’t have to be grueling to reduce stress. Just move. Have fun doing it..4. Develop one healthy habit this month. Other than getting active, improving your health overall will help with the stress. But do it one habit at a time. Eat fruits and veggies for snacks. Floss every day. Quit smoking. Cook something healthy for dinner. Drink water instead of soda. One habit at a time..5. Do something calming. What do you enjoy that calms you down? For many people, it can be the “get moving” activity discussed above. But it could also be taking a nap, or a bath, or reading, or having sex (which can also be considered a “get moving” activity if you do it for longer than 5 minutes). Other people are calmed by housework or yard work. Some people like to meditate, or take a nature walk. Find your calming activity and try to do it each day..6. Simplify your finances. Finances can be a drain on your energy and a major stressor. If that’s true with you, figure out ways to simplify things. Automate savings and bill payments and debt payments. Spend less by going shopping (at malls or online) much less. Find ways to have fun that don’t involve spending money..7. Have a blast! Have fun each day, even if it’s just for a few minutes. I like to play with my kids — they take my mind off everything and are really hilarious. I also like to play sports (again, often with my kids). Board games are fun. Sex, again, can be a fun activity. Whatever you choose, be sure to laugh..8. Get creative. Throwing yourself into a creative activity is another great way to de-stress and to prevent stress. I like writing, but others like to paint or play music or sketch or make pottery or do interior design or build things..9. Declutter. This is a favorite of mine. I like to take 20-30 minutes and just go through a room, getting rid of stuff we don’t use or need anymore. I look around at anything that’s cluttering up a room, and get rid of it or find a better place for it. When I’m done, I have a nice, peaceful environment for work, play, and living. Do this a little at a time — it can be one of your “fun activities”..10. Be early. I will admit that it’s hard to be early when you have to get 6 kids ready (seriously — try it!). But being late can be very stressful. Try to leave earlier by getting ready earlier, or by scheduling more space between events. Things always take longer than normal, so schedule some buffer time: extra time to get ready, to commute, to do errands before you need to be somewhere, to attend a meeting before another scheduled appointment. If you get somewhere early, it’s good to have some reading material.
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    • 1. Leadership Communication Personality Development Resume Writing and Job Interviews Grammar and Spoken English Leadership Communication Personality Development Grammar and Spoken Englishwww.skillbridge.in
    • 2. PERSONALITY MEANS…Leadership Communication The totality of an INDIVIDUAL’S attitudes, interests, behavioral patterns, emotional responses, social roles. Personality Development www.skillbridge.in
    • 3. IT IS ALL ABOUT…Leadership Public Speaking Food habit. Communication Body language Friends making Skills. Behavior Relationship Skills. Anger Management Learning Skills. Personality Development  Physical Fitness Dealing with problems. www.skillbridge.in
    • 4. WHY DO YOU NEED…Leadership It is the most sought for quality Sometimes it is also known as PERSONAL MAGNETISM. Communication The First Step… is to examine and evaluate Personality Development your presence to daily life. www.skillbridge.in
    • 5. Leadership Communication Personality Development REALITY… PERCEPTION vs.www.skillbridge.in
    • 6. NEGATIVE EMOTIONS…Leadership Superiority and Inferiority complex Communication Fear Personality Development Stress www.skillbridge.in
    • 7. OVERCOMING NEGATIVE EMOTIONS…Leadership SUPERIORITY COMPLEX INFERIORITY COMPLEX 1. Acknowledged achievements Stop associating with all those who Communication make you feel small, inadequate or 2. Accept and recognize feelings insecure. as valid and never contradicts them Know your limitations and the extent of your abilities 3. Do not belittles positive Personality Development characteristics and points out Refuse to serve as a mat for others flaws in others to walk upon. 4. Be willing to compromise on Find out what you do best, work opinions and views diligently at it until you excel at it www.skillbridge.in
    • 8. OVERCOMING NEGATIVE EMOTIONS… ContdLeadership FEAR STRESS 1. Take small steps 1. One thing at a time Communication 2. Getting some positive motivation 2. Simple schedule 3. Seeing failure and rejection in a new light 3. Do something calming Personality Development 4. The power of ‘NOW 4. Get creative (no other way) 5. FALSE EVEIDENCE 5. De-clutter. APPEARING REAL www.skillbridge.in
    • 9. POSITIVE ATTITUDELeadership Communication Personality Development HOW MUCH DO YOU SEE OF AN ICEBERG? www.skillbridge.in
    • 10. Leadership ONLY 10% OF Communication ANY ICEBERG IS VISIBLE. THE REMAINING 90% IS BELOW SEA Personality Development LEVEL. www.skillbridge.in
    • 11. Leadership The Iceberg phenomena is also applicable on human beings … Communication Personality Development www.skillbridge.in
    • 12. MAKE YOUR LIFE 100%Leadership Let each letter of the alphabetic has a value equals to it sequence of the alphabetical order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U VWX Y Z Communication 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011121314151617181920212223242526 S K I L L S 82 19 11 9 12 12 19 = Personality Development K N O W L E D G E 96 11 14 15 23 12 5 4 7 5 = H A R D W O R K 8 1 18 4 23 15 18 11 = 98 A T T I T U D E 1 20 20 9 20 21 4 5 = 100 www.skillbridge.in
    • 13. THE CAN DO ATTITUDELeadership • You CAN DO everything, but not all at once. • You CAN DO everything, if it’s important enough Communication for you to do. • You CAN DO everything, but you may not be the best at everything. Personality Development • You CAN DO everything, but there will be limitations. • You CAN DO everything, but you’ll need help. www.skillbridge.in
    • 14. Leadership Communication Personality Developmentwww.skillbridge.in
    • 15. Do butterfliesLeadership attack your stomach whenever you’re asked to Communication speak before a group? Can you Personality Development confidently express your thoughts and ideas? www.skillbridge.in
    • 16. Leadership SELF CONFIDENCE: It is about having a positive perception of Communication ourselves and our abilities. A LACK OF SELF-CONFIDENCE: it is characterized by self- doubt, Personality Development submissiveness, isolation, sensitivity to criticism, distrust, depression, and feelings of inferiority and being unloved. www.skillbridge.in
    • 17. HOW TO INCREASE SELF CONFIDENCELeadership Think positively about yourself. Set realistic goals Communication Reward/praise yourself when you DO well. Be aware of your thoughts. Think logically about the situation, DON’T react Dwell on your strengths. Personality Development Do not attribute your achievement and accomplishments only to luck. Give yourself credit for your own personal achievement. Learn to be assertive. www.skillbridge.in
    • 18. ASSERTIVENESSLeadership Communication Is the ability to communicate your needs, feelings, opinions, and beliefs in an open and honest Personality Development manner without violating the rights of others www.skillbridge.in
    • 19. ASSERTIVENESSLeadership IS NOT SAME AS Communication Personality Development Assertiveness produces Aggressive acts result in negative outcomes. positive outcomes www.skillbridge.in
    • 20. WHAT WILL IT DOLeadership 1. HELPS YOU BECOME SELF- CONFIDENT Communication 2. INCREASES SELF-ESTEEM 3. GAIN RESPECT OF OTHERS Personality Development 4. IMPROVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS 5. IMPROVE DECISION-MAKING ABILITY 1/24/2013 (C)www.skillbridge.in 20 www.skillbridge.in
    • 21. HOW TO BE ASSERTIVELeadership BE HONEST AND DIRECT BE AWARE OF BODY ABOUT YOUR FEELINGS, POSTURE/LANGUAGE NEEDS, BELIEFS. MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT. Communication EXPRESS YOURSELF FIRMLY AND DIRECTLY TO USE “I” STATEMENTS TO SPECIFIC INDIVIDUALS. EXPRESS SELF BE REASONABLE IN YOUR DON’T LET OTHERS IMPOSE Personality Development REQUESTS THEIR VALUES/IDEAS ON YOU REGOGNIZE AND ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO BE RESPECT THE RIGHTS OF CLEAR AND DIRECT THOSE AROUND YOU. TAKE OWNERSHIP www.skillbridge.in
    • 22. ASSERTIVENESSLeadership 1. DOESN’T JUST HAPPEN. 2. DOES NOT GUARANTEE Communication YOU HAPPINESS OR FAIR TREATMENT. 3. WILL NOT SOLVE ALL Personality Development YOUR PROBLEMS 4. DOES NOT GUARANTEEE YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU WANT. 1/24/2013 (C)www.skillbridge.in 22 www.skillbridge.in
    • 23. Leadership Communication Personality Developmentwww.skillbridge.in
    • 24. How to maintain good interpersonal relationships?Leadership Communication Personality Development www.skillbridge.in
    • 25. Nine Ways to Bring People around?Leadership Communication Personality Development www.skillbridge.in
    • 26. SWOT ANALYSISLeadership Communication INTERNAL Personality Development EXTERNAL www.skillbridge.in
    • 27. Leadership A Strength is your A Weakness is core capability. An others having core advantage over that Communication capability over you. you have others An Opportunity is an A Threat is a Personality Development environmental forecast of condition condition that can that is out of your improve your control and has the position to that of potential to harm others. your growth path. www.skillbridge.in
    • 28. Time Management for personal Sense of AchievementLeadership Communication Personality Development www.skillbridge.in
    • 29. Where are You?Leadership 20% people feel they are short of time. They feel so concerned that Communication they self find answers to Time Mgmt 10% people feel they are short of time. They realise this and are keen to get help and see Personality Development how they can improve Time Mgmt 70% people feel they are not short of time. Though they don’t mind listening to someone. And then tell him why all that is impractical www.skillbridge.in
    • 30. Leadership • Balance in Life is important • Recognize each aspect of life Communication • I am not getting enough time for family/personal life because of Work Personality Development • 80% of day is spent at work/school/college www.skillbridge.in
    • 31. What is it?Leadership • Doing the Right things and not setting Things right Communication • In control of Life, not driven by circumstances • Enjoying JOURNEY of life: every day of it, not Personality Development waiting for a perfect day in future • Having right balance in wheel of life www.skillbridge.in
    • 32. Managing your TimeLeadership Things to do list Communication Identify Priority Making it happen Personality Development Evaluate deviations www.skillbridge.in
    • 33. Leadership Communication “The surest way to be late is to have plenty of time”. Never Procrastinate Personality Development www.skillbridge.in

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