Motivational believe in yourself


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  • Cover Page
  • Introduction
  • Getting Started
  • Setting Up to Fail
  • Think About Yourself
  • Goals to Achieve
  • Look Deep into Yourself
  • Imagination
  • Lift Up Yourself
  • Reality Check
  • Economics
  • Biography
  • Putting Face to Name
  • Motivational believe in yourself

    1. 1. Be PositiveAudience: Ages 14 to 22 years
    2. 2.  “School is hard” “It is difficult” “I do not know” “It is okay” “Good, I guess” “It’s great”
    3. 3.  My father once told me that the reason why he sends me to school is to be able to speak when my peers speak. To challenge them when I do not agree with them. To argue when I have a different view. To compromise when there is need. To make them proud. To put value to my life.
    4. 4.  Why do you think you cannot? What do others have that you do not? Do you have low self-esteem? Do you feel that you are not secured? Do you talk to your parents? Do you always claim to know everything? Do you ask questions of the unknown? Do you seek help from your friends? Do you give help to your friends?
    5. 5.  Keeping bad company Not listening to parents/asking questions Always in denial of the existence Telling lies to cover weaknesses Not being upfront or truthful Looking at others without thinking Not setting goals or seeking help Lack of organization Lack of time management
    6. 6.  Look at other people Look at yourself What do they have that you don’t? Are they better than you? Ask why you cannot do what they do Ask why you cannot do it better than them Believe you can do better than everyone Shoot for an “A” grade and nothing less
    7. 7.  Can you achieve your goals? Why can’t you? What is the fear? What are you afraid of? How may heads do others have? How many hands do they have? What is it that others have that you don’t have? Why can’t you do better than others?
    8. 8.  Why do you put yourself down? Do you like yourself? Are you proud of yourself? Do you like good things? Do you always want to get things free? Do you like to work for what you want? How do you feel when you want things? How do you feel when you need things? Do you help around the house?
    9. 9.  How do you see yourself? Do you have a good image of yourself? Do you have a unlimited vision? Do you create a good picture of yourself? Do you see yourself progressing? Do you imagine yourself succeeding? Do you want to live your dream? Focus on positive image of yourself. Put a positive image in your imagination.
    10. 10.  Do you believe in yourself? Can you achieve anything you want? Do you set your mind on your goals? Think about who you want to be Think about the benefits that await you Think about taking control of your life What will parents do to or for you?
    11. 11.  Understand that parents will not always be there for you. You need to work on your own survival. Take positive control of yourself. Avoid distractions and focus on your life. Stay on the right side of the law. Think of achieving more than your parents. Ask parents for advice and suggestions.
    12. 12.  Prices of goods are going up very fast. Individual income is slowly going up. Plan on making more money to offset the rising cost of goods and services. Plan on saving more money after you pay your bills. Be able to go beyond break-even point. Trust and believe in yourself. Be a winner, not a loser.
    13. 13.  Go out there and look at the mirror Visualize and imagine yourself Talk to yourself about your life and goals Tell yourself that you can do it That you are better than everyone else You have what it takes to be successful Promise yourself that you will work hard That you will seek help to succeed That you are willing to make sacrifices
    14. 14.  Learn from others when necessary Be confident of yourself and respectful of others Avoid arrogance as you gain confidence Maintain an environment of the same thinking Avoid irritations, miscommunication and misunderstanding Stick to your peers and nothing less Do not compromise your principles
    15. 15.  Dr. Sidney O. Okolo Ph.D., Organizational Management and Leadership Professor, Mentor, Consultant, Strategist, Speaker., Mobile: 312/671-4721; E-fax: 425/671-1282 Toll Free: 800/665-4016; Office: 708/832-2643