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  1. RITES OF PASSAGE SELF CULTURE GOD

  2. DIVINE ORDER GOD SELF OTHERS

  3. THE MIRACLE INSIDE YOU • FATHER • SON • HOLYGHOSTHOLY SPIRIT • BODY • SOUL • SPIRIT

  4. JEHOVAH, LORD GOD TSIDKENU - Our Righteousness MIKADDESH - Who Sanctified RAPHA - Our Healer NISSI - Our Victory Banner SHALOM - The Ever Present Lord JIREH - Who Sees and Provides ELOHIM - Almighty Creator ADONAI - Lord, Our Master SABAOTH - Lord of Hosts (War Lord) ELYON - Most High EL SHADDAI - Who Nourishes, Supplies, Satisfies ROHI - Lord, Our Shepherd

  5. PERSONAL ORDER SPIRIT SOUL BODY

  6. The SOUL of Man • Our Will • How/What We Think • What/What We Feel • How/What We Believe • Our Physical Senses • Our Emotions

  7. A NEW DAY - TODAY • Today is the beginning of a new day. • God has given me this day to use as I will. • I can waste it - or use it for good, but whatever I do today is important, because I am exchanging a day of my life for it. • I want today to be for gain, and not loss; good and not evil; success, and not failure in order that I shall not regret the price I have paid for it.

  8. PRAISE AND WORSHIP GUIDELINES • Confess • Read The Word • Intercede • Petition • Pray The Word • Singing Praises • Meditate on the Word • Listen

  9. Understanding Spiritual Laws • Law of Life in Christ • Law of Faith • Law of Attraction • Law of Circulation

  10. Spiritual Laws (continued) • The Law of Mind • Law of Cause and Effect • The Law of Prosperity • Law of Sin and Death

  11. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person Understanding the Covenant and Gospel of Jesus, The Christ

  12. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person • LOVE • BROTHERLY KINDNESS • GODLINESS • PERSEVERANCE • SELF-CONTROL • KNOWLEDGE • VIRTUE • DILIGENT FAITH • DIVINE NATURE

  13. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person • Sanctification • Justification • Redemption • Deliverance • Liberation • Peace with God • Freedom from Bondage & Captivity

  14. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person • Sight to the Blind • Reconciled • Healed of Brokenheartedness • Fulfillment of God’s Law • Good News to the Poor in Spirit

  15. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person • The Acceptable Year of the Lord • We’re Made the Righteousness of God • Divine Relationship • Salvation • Faith • Truth

  16. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person • Grace • Power of Attorney in the Name of Jesus • Eternal Life • Kingdom Living • Sealed by the Holy Spirit • Heir of the Everlasting Covenant

  17. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person • A New Creation • New Birth • Born Again • God’s Express Love • Love of Self • Love for Neighbors • The Living Word • Reciprocal Love

  18. SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENTThe High Performing Person • Communion • Heirs of the Abrahamic Covenant • Knowledge of God • Fruit of the Holy Spirit • Gifts of the Holy Spirit • Holiness

  19. UNLEASHING THEIR POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE • T - TALENTS/TIME: RecognizeThem as Gifts • H - HOPE for Good Things and be Honest • I - INSIGHT from People and Good Books • N - Being NICE to all People • K - KNOWLEDGE: Recognize It, The Key toLiving • B - BOOKS: Read Them Actively • I - IN-DEPTH LEARNING Skills: DevelopThem • G - GOD: Never Get Too Big for Him Courtesy of Blacks Against Black Crime, Inc.

  20. The Power of Faith Faith In God Faith In Jesus Christ Faith In The Holy Spirit Faith In Self Faith In The Power of Faith Faith In The Word of God Faith In The Promises of God

  21. Applied Faith in Living

  22. Christian Character

  23. Seven Promises of a Promise Keeker • Promise 1 “A Man and His God” • Setting a Sure Foundation • Jack Hayford • Why Men Must Pray • Wellington Boone • Your Word is Your Bond • Edwin Louis Cole

  24. Christian Character

  25. Setting a Sure Foundation • The Foundational Commitment • A Timeless Pattern • Present Yourself to God

  26. The Foundational Commitment • Worship determines everything • Who, How and When a Man Worships • Honesty begins with God’s Worship • Creator of all things-Giver of all Life • Savior of all sinners-Master Human Destiny • The answers are found in Worship • Strength - Stability • Steadfastness - Trustworthiness

  27. A Timeless Pattern • Faith-filled Worship • Redeeming Worship • Delivering Worship • Purifying Worship • Empowering Worship

  28. Present Yourself to GODRomans 12: 1-2 • Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God……this is your spiritual act of worship (or reasonable service)…..

  29. Present Yourself to GODRomans 12: 1-2 • Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and prove what God’s will is - his good, pleasing and perfect will.

  30. Improved Personal ValuesThe High Performing Person • Family • Friends • Church / Religion • Education • Skills • Beliefs • Activities / Hobbies • Culture • Experiences

  31. The Winning Mix Faith Attitude Goals Vision Optimism Planning

  32. The Power of Winning • Winning: A Divine Decree • The Anointing Factor in Winning • The Right To Be Different is Winning • The Power of Awareness • The Power of Self Esteem

  33. Power of Winning (continued) • Power of Wisdom • Power of Projection • Power of Self Control • Power of Motivation • Power of Expectancy • Power of Vision • Power of Direction • Power of Discipline • Power of Dimension

  34. I AM AWARE, ALIVE, AND A LEARNING HUMAN BEING WITH AN INCREASING AWARENESS OF MYSELF, MY JOB AND MY WORLD. I AM A WORTHY HUMAN BEING, ENJOYING A DEEP-DOWN FEELING OF VALUE AND SELF-WORTH I AM IN CONTROL OF MY ACTIONS AND REACTIONS TO LIFES SITUATIONS. I AM MOTIVATED TOWARD THAT WHICH I MOST DESIRE I AM /EXPECT THE VERY BEST I AM FEELING THE JOY OF ACCOMPLISHMENT AS I ACHIEVE MY GOAL(S) I AM DISCIPLINED TO PRACTICE MY ADVANCED LEARNING SIMULATION EACH AND EVERY DAY. I AM A TOTAL PERSON, LEADING A WELL BALANCED LIFE I AM A WARM, FRIENDLY WINNER WHO ENJOYS BEING WITH AND COMMUNICATING WITH OTHER WINNERS. POWER OF WINNINGI AM’s

  35. SELF-AWARENESS • Winners are aware of their world and all it has to offer. • Positive self-awareness is knowing who you are, what you believe in, the role in life and work you are presently filling • You have been selling yourself short all your life. • You have the opportunity to experience more environmental, physical, and mental abundance than you are presently experiencing. • Positive self-awareness is opening your eyes to the possibilities and alternatives available. • Change your attitude and your environments will change automatically

  36. SELF-AWARENESS • Winners are aware of their world and all it has to offer. • Positive self-awareness is knowing who you are, what you believe in, the role in life and work you are presently filling • You have been selling yourself short all your life. • You have the opportunity to experience more environmental, physical, and mental abundance than you are presently experiencing. • Positive self-awareness is opening your eyes to the possibilities and alternatives available. • Change your attitude and your environments will change automatically

  37. SELF-ESTEEM • Self-esteem is the deep-down, inside-the-skin feeling of your own self-worth. • You realize that liking yourself and accepting yourself are not necessarily egotistical. • You know that you are unique, one of a kind. There has never been nor ever will be anyone exactly like you. • Positive self-esteem means accepting yourself, totally and unconditionally, fullyrealizing you have strengths and weaknesses, good points and bad, positive and negative qualities. • To establish true self-esteem, you need to concentrate on your positive attributes, your good qualities, your successes. • Each and every person is important. Nobody is more important than anyone else.

  38. SELF-ESTEEM • When someone criticizes you, you understand that he or she is criticizing your behavior, not you. In other words you don’t have to take it personally. • When someone compliments you, simply say, "Thank you." • You know when to say, "I'm sorry,” “I made a mistake," and "I forgive,” • Humility is recognizing and emphasizing the value in others. It is not degrading yourself or minimizing your own worth. • You are an incredible creation. Look at your assets: • A mind that thinks at the rate of 800 words per minute • Eyes with 100 million receptors • Ears with 24,000 fibers • 500 muscles • 200 bones • 7 miles of nerve fiber • 60,000 miles of blood vessels • a heart that pumps more than 1,600 gallons of blood each day • 500,000 touch detectors • You understand that the self-management skill of positive self-esteem is an important key to your professional success.

  39. SELF-CONTROL • We are emotional human beings. Our emotions seem to take control sometimes. Acknowledging this and understanding how to control your emotions will make life easier. • At the root of a distressful situation is often a dominant need. • When our needs aren't met, we often become uncomfortable, upset, angry, or confused • Understanding our needs can be the beginning of positive self-control. • According personal responsibility for our attitudes and actions will give us positive self-control. • Our goal is to erect a Statue of Responsibility.

  40. SELF-CONTROL • We are emotional human beings. Our emotions seem to take control sometimes. Acknowledging this and understanding how to control your emotions will make life easier. • At the root of a distressful situation is often a dominant need. • When our needs aren't met, we often become uncomfortable, upset, angry, or confused • Understanding our needs can be the beginning of positive self-control. • According personal responsibility for our attitudes and actions will give us positive self-control. • Our goal is to erect a Statue of Responsibility.

  41. SELF-CONTROL • The person who admits a mistake and says "I'm sorry" is accepting personal responsibility. • Qualifying phrases such as "If only…” creates weakness. • Everything you do is habit. Your habits are formed over many years and take time to break. Determine which losing habits you want to eliminate and strive to develop winning habits. • One of the best ways to break a bad habit is to replace it with a good one. Rather than trying to force out the old bad habit, concentrate your energy on developing the new habit, which eventually will replace the old. • Life is a "do-it-to-myself program,” and take the credit and the blame for my position. • Positive self-control is a self-management skill, which, when developed, puts you in control of your career and environment.

  42. SELF-MOTIVATION • A motive is that which is within an individual which incites him or her to action. • Fear is the powerful negative motivator that restricts, tightens, panics, forces, and defeats. • Desire is the strong positive motivator that attracts, reaches, opens, directs, and encourages. • Our lives are controlled largely by the way we talk to ourselves, that is, by our self-talk. • Winners see the rewards of success in advance; they do not fear the penalties of failure. • Losers express built-in excuses by saying "I can't" and "I have to" instead of "I can" and "I want to."

  43. SELF-MOTIVATION • There is no such thing as a stress-free life. A life without stress would really be no life at all. • Winners know how to respond positively to stress. They use it to their advantage rather than being controlled by it. • It is not possible to move away from the reverse of an idea; your actions will be controlled by your currently dominant thought. • What do you fear? Determine your fears and start to do the things you fear to do. Action will minimize and ultimately eliminate your fears. • Positive self-motivation is dissatisfaction with the status quo or a desire for change. • Positive self-motivation is a self management skill which will move you in a positive direction.

  44. SELF-EXPECTATION • The single most outwardly identifiable trait of a winning human being is positive self-expectation, which is pure and simple optimism. • You may or may not get what you deserve in life, but you almost always get what you expect from life. • Winners expect a good job, financial stability, a nice home, good, friends, ,success, and good health. • Losers expect such occurrences as the loss of job, bankruptcy, a dull evening, bad service, failure, and ill health. • The study of psychosomatic medicine the relationship between the mind and the body and how each affects the other-indicates that the body manifests what the mind harbors.

  45. SELF-EXPECTATION • All people have germs, but not all people become ill, instead, the cause of disease is closely linked to people’s reactions to life's situations. • Winners in all walks of life are consistent in their ability to do a good job, and they set out to prove themselves correct. • One of the best ways to develop positive self-expectancy is to use positive self- talk all day every day.. • Nobody likes to be around negative pessimistic, skeptical losers. They repel others • People are attracted to optimistic, enthusiastic, cheerful winners. • Give yourself an extra dose of unqualified, burning optimism. It is the elixir of life • Positive self-expectancy is a self-management skill which can positively affect every situation.

  46. SELF-IMAGE • Understanding your self-image is the key to understanding your behavior. When you change your self-image, your personality and behavior changes accordingly. • What you "see" is what you get. Who you "feel" is who you are. • Individuals behave according to their perceptions of reality, not according to actual reality. It is not what you "are" that holds you back; It's "what you think you are not." • Each of us has developed a self-image concerning every talent, every characteristic, every performance.' • Your self-image dwells in the subconscious level of thinking. • The conscious level of thinking acts as a "judge," it collects information from. the environment, stores in the memory bank, and makes rational decisions.

  47. SELF-IMAGE • The subconscious level of thinking acts as a "robot;" it is responsible for autonomic body control, such as respiration and circulation. • The subconscious "robot" controls the conscious "judge" level of thinking. action frequently takes place without consultation with the "judge," but no action ever takes place without reference to the "robot." • Scientists agree that the human nervous system cannot tell the difference between an actual experience and vividly imagined. • You can program your own self image by imagining yourself as the person you want to become. • Creating a positive self-image is a critical self-management skill which can make the difference between being productive and non-productive.

  48. SELF-DIRECTION • Winners have a game plan for life. • Positive self-direction means knowing where you are going. • The human system is goal-seeking by design. • This system constantly monitors self-talk and environmental feedback about the goal and adjusts self-image setting in its subconscious robot achievement mechanism. • Every decision necessary to reach a particular goal is made by your self-motivated system. • Winners are people with a definite purpose in life. • What kinds of goals are you committed to? • We all have the potential and opportunity for success in life. it takes just as much energy and effort to fail as does to succeed and live the good life.

  49. SELF-DIRECTION • What do you stand for? If you don’t stand for something, you'll fall for anything. • Most people spend. more time planning a party, studying the newspaper, or making a Christmas list than they spend planning their lives. • The secret to positive self-direction is in establishing; a clearly defined goal, writing it down, and then concentrating on it morning and night, with words, pictures and emotions, as if you had already achieved it. • The self-management skill of positive self-direction will focus your energy on specific goals and objections.

  50. SELF-DISCIPLINE • Self-discipline requires practice. • Self-discipline begins where lip service ends. • You may be motivated by desire; you may feel in control; you may expect to go to the moon; you may imagine yourself on the moon. But you will never even get near the launching pad without persistent self-discipline • Self-discipline alone can make or break a habit. Self-discipline can effect a permanent change in your self-image and in you. • Self-discipline is doing within when you are without. • Positive self-discipline demands that you commit to memory those thoughts and emotions that will override current information stored in the memory bank