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Believing in Yourself: Self Confidence. “In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.”- Bill Cosby. The Power of Thought. All behavior begins and ends as thoughts Bad thoughts vs. Good thoughts Think-Feel-Act model . Importance of Thoughts.

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    1. Believing in Yourself:Self Confidence “In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.”- Bill Cosby

    2. The Power of Thought • All behavior begins and ends as thoughts • Bad thoughts vs. Good thoughts • Think-Feel-Act model

    3. Importance of Thoughts • Thoughts are unavoidable • Our thoughts influence our actions • Self-fulfilling prophecy

    4. How thoughts works for you Anxiety Think Act Feel

    5. How thoughts works for you Anxiety Think I know I am going to have anxiety about this and I know I will do bad Act start to make errors you might not of made Feel You get so worked up you start feeling it

    6. How thoughts works for you • Imagine of a time in the pass where you felt anxiety. • What was the situation? • What did it feel like? • What lead up to this feeling? • What was the outcome? • Let’s look at this closer to see what was happening in the situation and how you could of changed the thought that lead to the feelings that lead to the action that let to the…

    7. Anxiety I never do well ontests! The Thought I did not do well on my last test! I have a test coming up! The Felling Anxiety The Action I am not going to even try to study If I study I am going to get more anxiety Besides I have studied a lot before and look at what good that did

    8. STOP IT BEFORE IT STARTS. WITH ANXIETY THERE IS A BUILDUP TO THE POINT IN WHICH YOU FEEL AND ACT ON IT! Anxiety

    9. Anxiety I never do well ontests! The Thought Use Imaging Be a buddy Never say never I did not do well on my last test! I have a test coming up! The Felling The Action I am not going to even try to study If I study I am going to get more anxiety Besides I have studied a lot before and look at what good that did

    10. Anxiety The Thought I have decided to change and am taking steps to do better I choose to think positive Use Imaging I picture myself doing well Be a buddy Never say never The Felling The Action

    11. Anxiety The Thought I have decided to change and am taking steps to do better I choose to think positive I picture myself doing well The Felling The Action I am not going to even try to study Put your thoughts into action If I study I am going to get more anxiety Use relaxing thoughts Besides I have studied a lot before and look at what good that did Monitor what works and what doesn't

    12. Anxiety The Thought I have decided to change and am taking steps to do better I choose to think positive I picture myself doing well The Felling The Action Put your thoughts into action I now can study without feeling dejected Use relaxing thoughts If I start to feel anxiety I will relax Monitor what works and what doesn't I have learned and will learn what works

    13. Decoding Self-Confidence • The belief in oneself • A self-confident person thinks that he or she can reach a goal or cope with a that situation • What happens when confidence is lost?

    14. Learned Helplessness • Identified by Psychologist Martin Seligman • The tendency for humans and animals alike to become helpless at things they can not change • Illustration: Poor dog

    15. So people that are self-confident think and act differently?! • While our thoughts affect our confidence, our behaviors foster it! • Nothing creates the belief that something can be done like actually doing that something! • Nothing succeeds like Success!

    16. Self-confidence Cycle Feeling of Competence Self-Motivation Using Strategies of Success Self-confidence Success Actions

    17. Four Techniques for Building Self-Confidence • Regulate your emotional level • Being aware of our feelings helps us recognize what we are thinking • Reduce the drive to avoid your goal • Block the fear producer from your awareness • Use relaxation techniques

    18. Techniques Con’t • Seek Affirmation • What does Stewart Smally say? • Works just as well in an academic setting • Encouragement from

    19. Pick the Right Models • Are women on the cover of Vogue the best way to judge your own body? • Pick ones who are similar to yourself-ones who don’t have an army at there disposal to get them looking the way they do. • Maybe even choose a student in class who you know succeeds and watch how they do it

    20. Just Do It • What better way is there to convince yourself of your own capability to cope or perform successfully than trying it and having a successful experience! • Reasonable risk • Bite-Size pieces