Paradigms

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Paradigms

  1. 1. Frequently heard statements by teens:<br /><ul><li> No one in my house has gone to college. I would be crazy to think that I could.
  2. 2. My parents and I will never get along. We are too different.
  3. 3. Being smart is a white thing.
  4. 4. My teacher hates me and is out to get me.
  5. 5. She’s so pretty. I bet she’s a jerk.
  6. 6. You cannot get ahead in life if you don’t know the right people.
  7. 7. Me? Thin? Impossible. My whole family is fat.
  8. 8. It is impossible to get a good job as a teenager
  9. 9. What is a paradigm?
  10. 10. The way that you see something, your point of view or frame of reference
  11. 11. Our paradigms are often way off the mark and limit us
  12. 12. Often, what we see is what we get-self fulfilling prophecy
  13. 13. Are your paradigms helping or hurting you?
  14. 14. Paradigms of others
  15. 15. Troubles at home create personality changes
  16. 16. Insecurity comes off as standoffishness
  17. 17. How to deal with a new kid
  18. 18. Paradigms of life
  19. 19. Friend centered
  20. 20. They change, move, are fake
  21. 21. Stuff centered-things or accomplishments with titles
  22. 22. Hard to make real connections with others
  23. 23. Boyfriend or Girlfriend centered-
  24. 24. The more this happens the less attractive you are to this person
  25. 25. School centered-
  26. 26. So focused on grades or achievement that you take no joy in childhood
  27. 27. Parent centered
  28. 28. Living only to please your parents is not healthy
  29. 29. Sports-centered
  30. 30. Impacts college, social life, what about injuries
  31. 31. Enemy centered
  32. 32. Prevents you from really enjoying the great parts of your life
  33. 33. Hero centered
  34. 34. So wrapped up in worshipping someone else, their problems become yours
  35. 35. Work centered
  36. 36. So much time is devoted to work that you sacrifice fun and free time
  37. 37. Self-centered
  38. 38. So worried about yourself that you are clueless about the world around you
  39. 39. Principle Centered living
  40. 40. Honesty, love, hard work, service, gratitude, moderation, fairness, integrity, loyalty, responsibility
  41. 41. Principles will never fail
  42. 42. Principles will make you more successful with the other center issues
  43. 43. Success in life and leadership comes from principal centered living

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