A model for living an examined life

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A model for living an examined life

  1. 1. A Model for Living An Examined Life Author: Jonathan Dunnemann 2016 1 How to positively optimize your potential and performance The following represents a broad-based framework for the personal practice of balanced living across the lifespan regardless of age, belief, faith, gender, disability, ethnicity, race, religion, no religion, or sexual orientation. Self-regulation processes:  Self-determination (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time targeted (S.M.A.R.T.) objectives)  Self-observation (self-instruction, imagery and attention focusing, and task strategies)  Self-evaluation (self-questioning, causal attributions, and adaptive inferences) Task strategies:  Study (graphic organizers, index cards, tables, and attending extra help)  Time-management (planning, allocating, setting goals, delegation, analysis of time spent, monitoring, organizing, scheduling, and prioritizing)  Organizational strategies (cognitive modeling, cognitive coaching, and guided practice) Self-motivational beliefs:  Self-efficacy (choice of activities, effort, and persistence)  Intrinsic interest (active, curious, and engaged)  Desire to be effective (competence, mastery, and self-monitoring) Academic behaviors and beliefs:  Forethought (attitudes, beliefs, and processes)  Performance control (mindful, confident, and proactive)  Self-reflection (self-judgments, self-reactions, and self-acceptance) Reasons for living:  Meaning (psychological, social, and cultural)  Identity (moral, ethical, and spiritual)  Spirituality (belief, faith, and religion) Leading with heart and soul:  Institutional change (environmentally responsible, innovative, and sustainability-driven)  Social change (democratic, culturally diverse, and egalitarian)  Personal transformation (authentic, genuine, and nurturing) Wisdom leadership  Keen discernment (grasp, comprehend, and evaluate clearly)  Deep understanding (concept, context, and pragmatics)  Sound judgment ( a basis for decision making, a call to action, and creative)

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