Bristall morgan the power of positive thinking

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Bristall morgan the power of positive thinking

  1. 1. The Power of Positive Thinking S T E V E P R E N T I C E
  2. 2. HERE’S MY PROBLEM … with Positive Thinking Workshops
  3. 3. LIFE IS FRICTION
  4. 4. WORRY IS NATURAL
  5. 5. YOUR CHEMISTRY
  6. 6. YOUR CHEMISTRY Sleeping habits Optimistic/Pessimistic A Type – B Type Morning orientation Diet – metabolism
  7. 7. NEGATIVITY EFFECT on you. on others.
  8. 8. SOURCES - CAUSES
  9. 9. Perspective – Short Term SEE AROUND THE ICEBERG
  10. 10. Perspective – Long Term WILL THIS MATTER A YEAR FROM NOW?
  11. 11. CONTAGIOUS is Fear Panic Calm Joy
  12. 12. Persistence NEVER, NEVER, NEVER GIVE UP
  13. 13. Persistence (Continued) NEVER, NEVER, NEVER GIVE UP
  14. 14. WRITE IT OUT Transference The starting point of all achievement is definiteness of purpose.
  15. 15. Transference (Continued) TALK IT OUT
  16. 16. Break it Down Initiation Execution Control Closure Planning (Follow-Through)
  17. 17. SCHADENFREUDE Release Blame
  18. 18. ACCEPT. RELEASE. Release Blame
  19. 19. Every adversity has the seed of an equivalent or greater benefit. Visualize opportunity
  20. 20. How are you today? Vocabulary
  21. 21. Work Life – Home Life Transfer
  22. 22. Road Rage: Sources Fast lane fallacy Tunnel vision Those in front vs. those behind In-car distractions Time crunch
  23. 23. Road Rage: Solutions Decompression zone Realistic Planning of Travel Time Acceptance of traffic condition Acceptance of bad drivers Choice of “media”
  24. 24. e-Mail and Texting Choose live/voice whenever possible Write-wait-proof-send 1 message per email: situation-explanation-call to action Anticipate/avoid misunderstanding Anticipate context
  25. 25. How to get some Sleep Read something interesting under low light Allow wind-down time Write problems/ideas down Nothing is going on in the middle of the night Sleep inducing foods vs. stimulant foods
  26. 26. Staying “up” Worrisome thoughts Keeping things in perspective (the sky is falling) Everybody has worries How does this impact my plan? When things go downhill
  27. 27. Stress at work Negative people Conflict with managers Internal roadblocks and bureaucracy Stress reduction techniques Passive-aggressive people
  28. 28. Using positive thinking in… Self-Sabotage Difficult situations Sales opportunities Conflict Sabotage
  29. 29. Your Day 80/20 rule Planning Cool Time Follow through Continuous improvement (Kaizen)
  30. 30. WHAT CAN YOU DO?

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