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Chapter 2 Life Skills. “A continued atmosphere of hectic passion is very trying if you haven’t got any of your own.” – Dorothy L. Sayers. Objectives. List the principles that contribute to personal success. Explain the concept of self-management. Create a mission statement.

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Chapter 2 life skills

Chapter 2 Life Skills


“A continued atmosphere of hectic passion is very trying if you haven’t got any of your own.”– Dorothy L. Sayers


Objectives
Objectives if you haven’t got any of your own.”

List the principles that contribute to personal success.

Explain the concept of self-management.

Create a mission statement.

Explain how to set short-term and long-term goals.


Discuss the most effective ways to manage time if you haven’t got any of your own.”

Describe good student habits.

Define ethics.

List the characteristics of a healthy, positive attitude.

Objectives (continued)


Being caring and helpful if you haven’t got any of your own.”

Making good friends

Feeling good about yourself

Having a sense of humor

Being cooperative

Being responsible

Life Skills for a Satisfying Career


Life Skills for a Satisfying Career if you haven’t got any of your own.”(continued)

Being consistent in work

Being adaptable

Sticking to goals

Being organized

Having common sense


Build self-esteem. if you haven’t got any of your own.”

Visualize success.

Build on your strengths.

Be kind to yourself.

Define success for yourself.

Practice new behaviors.

Keep personal life separate from work.

Be energized.

Respect others.

Stay productive.

Guidelines for Success


Attend all classes. if you haven’t got any of your own.”

Arrive for class early.

Have all materials ready.

Listen attentively.

Highlight important points.

Take notes.

Be attentive during summary.

Ask for clarification.

Never stop learning.

Take Ownership


Defined: An incentive, inducement, or motive to act. if you haven’t got any of your own.”

Internal motivation is most effective.

Motivation and Self-Management


Eliminate self-criticism. if you haven’t got any of your own.”

Look inward for motivation.

Change your vocabulary.

Don’t go it alone.

Your Creative Capability


Design a mission statement that establishes the values you live by and sets up future goals.

Set goals.

Managing Your Career


Short-term goals: One year or less live by and sets up future goals.

Long-term goals: Increments of five years or more

Effective Goal Setting


Are specific skills needed? live by and sets up future goals.

Is the needed information readily available?

Do I need a coach or mentor?

What is the best approach for accomplishment?

Am I open to new ideas for my plan?

Effective Goal Setting (continued)


Time Management Tips live by and sets up future goals.

  • Prioritize.

  • Personalize your system.

  • Don’t take on too much.

  • Learn problem solving.

  • Plan downtime.

  • Carry an organizer.

  • Make schedules.


Identify productive times. live by and sets up future goals.

Reward yourself.

Plan exercise.

Schedule free time daily.

Use To Do Lists.

Make time management a habit.

Time Management Tips (continued)


Where live by and sets up future goals.

Find well-supplied, comfy, quiet spot; remain alert.

When

Estimate time needed; study when feeling motivated and energetic

How

Study one chapter section at a time; make notes of key words and phrases; test yourself

Study Skills


Ethics are the principles of good character, proper conduct, and moral judgment expressed through personality, human relations skills, and professional image.

Ethics


Provide skilled, competent services. and moral judgment expressed through personality, human relations skills, and professional image.

Be honest, courteous, sincere.

Never breach client confidentiality.

Be fair.

Give correct information.

Five Professional Behaviors


Self-care and moral judgment expressed through personality, human relations skills, and professional image.

Integrity

Discretion

Communication

Professional Ethics


Diplomacy and moral judgment expressed through personality, human relations skills, and professional image.

Tone of voice

Emotional stability

Sensitivity

Values and goals

Receptivity

Communication skills

Personality Development and Attitude


Improve attitude with work. and moral judgment expressed through personality, human relations skills, and professional image.

See good in difficult situations.

Associate with positive people.

The Whole Person


What principles contribute to personal and professional success?

How do you create a mission statement? Give an example.

How do you go about setting long- and short-term goals?

Summary and Review


What are some effective ways to manage time? success?

How do you describe good study habits?

What is the definition of ethics?

What are the characteristics of a healthy, positive attitude?

Summary and Review (continued)


Congratulations! success?

You have completed one unit of study toward course completion.


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