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Hope is one of the most powerful tools we have in our quest for improvement and growth. How we handle hope is a choice and one that we need to take seriously.

Hope is one of the most powerful tools we have in our quest for improvement and growth. How we handle hope is a choice and one that we need to take seriously.

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  • 1. Hope: The Motivation For Learning Ron McIntyre Certified Leadership Coach,Teacher and Speaker Transformative Leadership Group
  • 2. Accountability How did you integrate “Improvement” as a focus on learning into your life this past week? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 2
  • 3. What Does Hope Mean? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 3 Leaders are dealers in “HOPE”! General Napoleon “If Leaders help people believe the impossible is possible, it makes the impossible probable!” • Hope Gives • Hope is inspiring • Hope builds up
  • 4. What Does Hope Mean? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 4 • Hope shines brightest when the hour is the darkest. • Hope motivates when discouragement comes. • Hope energizes when the body is tired. • Hope sweetens when the bitterness bites. • Hope sings when all melodies are gone. • Hope believes when the evidence is limited. • Hope listens for answers when no one is listening. • Hope climbs over obstacles when no one is helping. • Hope endures hardship when no one is caring. • Hope smiles confidently when no one is laughing. • Hope reaches for answers when no one is asking. • Hope presses toward victory when no on is encouraging. • Hope dares to give when on one is sharing. • Hope brings the victory when no one is winning. • From John Maxwell’s book “Think on These Things”
  • 5. Hope is a Beautiful Thing! Hope can come from our bringing value to others Hope SaysYes to Life Hope Fills Us With Energy Hope Focuses Forward Hope Is a Difference Maker How DoYou Use Hope to Make a Change? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 5
  • 6. Hope saysYes to Life!  Requires courage  Find something positive & Meaningful about ourselves and life everyday  You must expect adversity  You must expect conflict  Hope allows you to say “I will be bigger than you.You cannot defeat me!” to life and trouble  Embrace Hope and it will empower you to live.  How DoYou Use Hope to Make a Change? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 6
  • 7. Hope Fills Us with Energy!  A person can live 40 days w/o food  A person can live four days w/o water  A person can live four minutes w/o air  A person can only live 4 seconds w/o hope  Lack of Hope and lack of Energy seem to go hand in hand.  Hope is a powerful thing!  Embrace Hope and it will empower you to live.  How DoYou Use Hope to Make a Change? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 7
  • 8. Hope Focuses Forward!  Hope always has a future.  Hope opens to greater possibilities.  Hope requires expectations for the future.  Lack of Hope breeds indifference toward the future.  Hope brings motivation!  Hope can be infectious!  How DoYou Use Hope to Make a Change? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 8
  • 9. Hope is a Difference Maker!  Hope looks for the lesson in defeat instead of leaving you feeling defeated.  Hope discovers what can be done instead of what can’t.  Hope regards problems as opportunities.  Hope lights a candle instead of hiding.  Hope opens doors where despair closes them!  Hope draws it strength from what can be instead of what was.  How DoYou Use Hope to Make a Change? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 9
  • 10. TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 10 Roy S. Rood
  • 11. Hope Needs to Be Cultivated RealizeThat Hope Is a Choice Hope is NOT a plan ChangeYourThinking Win Some SmallVictories What composes your environment of Hope? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 11
  • 12. Hope Is A Choice Hope is in human DNA Optimism is the belief that that things will get better - Passive Hope is the faith that, together we can make things better. - Active Choosing hope is always rewarded. What composes your environment of Hope? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 12
  • 13. Change your Thinking If your expectations for life are negative, you end up experiencing a lot of negatives. Most people quit when they are close to success. To renew hope requires intentionality & discipline Very simple to say but much more difficult to live! What composes your environment of Hope? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 13
  • 14. Win Some SmallVictories  Positive thinking must be followed by positive doing.  Nothing encourages hope more than victory.  Create positive environments and you will create positive experiences.  Positive experiences encourage you to keep hoping.  What composes your environment of Hope? TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 14
  • 15. Food for Thought TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 15 When people senseVictory When people sense Defeat They sacrifice to succeed. They give as little as possible. They look for ways to win. They look for excuses. They become energized. The become tired. They follow the game plan. They forsake the game plan. They help other team members. They hurt others. The Power of Hope. Hope Pays Off. Hope Pays Back.
  • 16. TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 16 Scott M. Fay What are your intentions this week to cultivate Hope? How do you motivate yourself to learn more and go farther than others believed possible?
  • 17. ThankYou TLG - SYWSYL - 2014 17 Thanks for joining us in discussing the topic of HOPE based on John Maxwell’s book,“SometimesYou Win, SometimesYou Learn”. We can customize a MasterMind group for your company or group based on this or a number of other books from John. We also have a number of coaching frameworks we can bring to your staff and help them grow! Please contact me at: Website: http://transformativeleadership.us Website: http://rwme.com Blog: http://leadershipnotes.us Email: ron@transformativeleadership.us Phone: 630-935-3326