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1 RITES OF PASSAGE SELF CULTURE GOD

2 SELF OTHERS DIVINE ORDER

3 THE MIRACLE INSIDE YOU 1FATHER 2SON 3HOLYGHOST HOLY SPIRIT 4BODY 5SOUL 6SPIRIT

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 SOU L 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 DEVELOPMENT The High Performing Person Understanding the Covenant and Gospel of Jesus, The Christ

12 SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT The High Performing Person LOVE BROTHERLY KINDNESS GODLINESS PERSEVERANCE SELF-CONTROL KNOWLEDGE VIRTUE DILIGENT FAITH DIVINE NATURE

13 SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT The High Performing Person Sanctification Justification Redemption Deliverance Liberation Peace with God Freedom from Bondage & Captivity

14 SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT The 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 DEVELOPMENT The High Performing Person The Acceptable Year of the Lord We’re Made the Righteousness of God Divine Relationship Salvation Faith Truth

16 SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT The 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 DEVELOPMENT The 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 DEVELOPMENT The High Performing Person Communion Heirs of the Abrahamic Covenant Knowledge of God Fruit of the Holy Spirit Gifts of the Holy Spirit Holiness

19 Courtesy of Blacks Against Black Crime, Inc. 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 to Living B -BOOKS: Read Them Actively I -IN-DEPTH LEARNING Skills: DevelopThem G -GOD: Never Get Too Big for Him

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 GOD Romans 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 GOD Romans 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 Values The 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 POWER OF WINNING I AM’s 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.

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

51 SELF-DISCIPLINE You must practice simulation training, that is, you must imagine and visualize what you want to be. Advanced Learning is one method for simulation training. We learned how to walk, talk, dive, type, ski; and to perform many other skills by practicing them. Isn't it worth it to practice simulation training by means of Advanced Learning in order to master self-discipline? Everything is habit forming if it is repeated. The self-management skill of positive self-discipline is simply practicing and simulating successful coming events.

52 SELF-DIMENSION Acquiring a positive self- dimension requires looking beyond yourself for meaning in life. A winner puts it all together, He or she is a total person, which is a. rare human being indeed. Self-dimension takes the Psychology of Winning beyond the self and into the universe. Winning means extending a strong hand to one who is reaching or groping or, just hanging on. Winners know there will be no lasting peace on earth until there's a piece of bread in every mouth. Self-dimension starts with the inner circle - the family. Winners live well-rounded lives. They spend time developing their most important relationships,

53 SELF-DIMENSION Positive self-dimension means having a “double win" attitude, "If I help you win, then I win.” Winners go beyond the horoscopes and stars and fortune tellers prophesies, beyond the do-it-yourself advice, beyond the plastic surgeons knife. Instead, they. live each precious, golden moment as if it were their last, building for the future and learning from the past. Positive self-dimension is being in harmony with the divine order that shapes the entire universe. Because winners understand the mortality of their own bodies, they are able to age gracefully. Developing positive self- dimension is a self-management skill which affects all areas of your life.

54 SELF-PROJECTION Winners in life are walking examples of positive self- projection. They project an aura; they have an unmistakable presence; they have a charisma that is disarming, radiant and magnetic. Positive self-projection depends upon creating a positive first impression, knowing you'll never have a second chance. Studies have shown a definite correlation between looking good and success in life. A recent Harvard study pointed out that people who are made to feel unattractive by themselves and their peers tend to suffer from feelings of loneliness, rejection, and isolation. Winners can project success without flaunting it.

55 SELF-PROJECTION Positive self-projection means introducing yourself first when you meet people, saying “Hello, my name is…” Look straight into the eyes of the person who is talking. Positive self-projection is learning how to listen to others. Winners exhibit an "I'll make them glad they talked to me" attitude. Positive self-projection is being service-oriented, not self oriented. Project your very best self every day in the way you walk, talk, listen, and react. Positive self-projection is a self- management skill others can benefit from when around you.

56 The Winning Mix (continued) Knowledge Determination Perseverance Enthusiasm Endurance Awareness

57 A POSITIVE ATTITUDE Respecter Leader Guide Caring Appreciative Empathizer Expressive Assertive

58 A NEGATIVE ATTITUDE Calculator Dictator Protective Nice Guy Clinging Vine Weakling Judgmental Bully

59 COMPONENTS of ATTITUDE Affirmed Truth is Positive Winners Have a Positive Attitude If You Think You Can’t -- You’re Right I Can Do All Things thru Jesus Christ You Can Do All Things thru Jesus Christ We Can Do All Things thru Jesus Christ.

60 THE BIG PICTURE SPIRITUAL SOCIAL FAMILY HERITAGE LIVING PROSPERITY HEALTH CAREERS CITIZENSHIP

61 Why Is Vision Important? What Does Vision Mean? To Make A Dream Come True and and Make A Vision Real The Dreamer Must First Awaken and Then Go To Work

62 VISION The “Big” Picture Historical Lessons Strategic Lessons Put the Puzzle Together Practice the Answer(s) Teach The Answers

63 VISION Think Big Dream Big Keep Success in Your Mind

64 Goals and Objectives God’s Way, Not Ours The Right Way (is not Wrong) is the Big Win The Right Values Giving Edifying Building Promoting

65 Goal Setting Guidelines Balanced Big Picture Set Clear Goals Order in Achievement Alignment of Action Goal Cooperation Constructive Image Clear Vision Constant Imprinting

66 Goal Setting Guidelines (Continued) Plan Achievements Achievable End Result Built In Accountability Set Time Limits Confidentiality Flexible and Modifiable Written Affirmations

67 The Ten Commandments No Other Gods No Graven Images Honor His Name Remember the Sabbath Honor Father and Mother

68 Ten Commandments (cont’d) Thou Shalt Not Kill No Adultery No Stealing No False Witness Against Thy Neighbor No Coveting What Belongs To Another

69 Holistic (Whole Person) Fitness Spiritually Mentally Physically Intellectually Emotionally Economically Financially Socially

70 OPTIMISM Believe in God’s Ultimate Control Think Positively about the Outcome Affirm Truth Affirm Justice Affirm Righteousness Affirm Goodness

71 PLANNING Have A Strategy Set Priorities Know Daily What’s Important Plan Together with Other’s Who Impact It Set Priorities Accordingly Multi-Focus Prosperity

72 Multiple Focused Prosperity Spiritual Mental Physical Intellectual Emotional Financial Economical Social Family

73 KNOWLEDGE WISDOM: The Ability to Use Knowledge God’s Wisdom, not Man’s Theories Study Situations and Events Study the Past History

74 Knowledge (continued) Apply Lessons Learned by Others/Self Avoid Repeating Mistakes Learn to Accept and Learn from Mistakes

75 DETERMINATION Accept Responsibility - Do What You Must Have Courage to Stand Alone Gain High Ground and Hold It When You’re Right - Standfast The Battle is Already Won

76 PERSEVERANCE Repeat Correct Steps until it Produces Avoid “Profit” Motive Don’t Make Gain Your Goal Overcome Challenges We Are All Achievers Endure: Never Give Up

77 ENTHUSIASM Full of Abundant Life Full of Agape Love Full of Zoe Appreciating Life in All Forms Do Work You Like Enjoy The Challenge of Achievement

78 ENDURANCE Run The Race to Finish The Race

79 AWARENESS

80 THE CHANGE PROCESS ANGER DENIAL BARGAINING DEPRESSION ACCEPTANCE KNOWLEDGE BEHAVIOR ATTITUDE

81 THE WHOLE PERSON

82 THE HIGH PERFORMANCE SYSTEM TEAMWORK PURPOSE PROCESSES PEOPLE COMMUNICATIONS FEEDBACK GOALS LEADERSHIP CREATIVITY INNOVATIONS FLEXIBILITY

83 THE HIGH PERFORMING PERSON SELF IMAGE RISK TAKING HOLISTIC FITNESS VISUALIZATION WORK STYLE NETWORKING BELIEF SYSTEM MANAGING TIME

84 KEY TO SUCCESS SUCCESS BREEDS EXCITEMENT EXCITEMENT CREATES OPPORTUNITY OPPORTUNITY ATTRACTS PEOPLE

85 How The Self-Image Is Formed Positive Words, Pictures and Feelings or Negative Words, Pictures and Feelings Imagination X Vividness = Subconscious Reality

86 SELF-IMAGE CYCLE SELF TALK BUILDS SELF IMAGE SELF IMAGE CONTROLS REAL PERFORMANCE REAL PERFORMANCE REINFORCES SELF TALK AFFIRMATIONS & VISUALIZATIONS ENHANCES CYCLE SELF TALK SELF IMAGE REAL PERFORMANCE

87 THE COMFORT ZONE Indicates our operating close to our “reality” picture. The further from the self image the more discomfort, the more discomfort the more return to the self image Increasing the zone: add more imagination and vividness to modify subconscious reality Self Image Comfort Zone Subconscious Reality

88 The Thought Process (Separate Functions of the Mind) Conscious Subconscious Unconscious Creative Subconscious

89 The Conscious Mind Perception Association Evaluation Decision

90 The UNCONSCIOUS Mind Stored Facts / Data Truth Reality Values Morals Attitude

91 The SUBCONSCIOUS Mind Automatic Functions Learned Autonomic Functions Data Storage GIGO Garbage In Garbage Out Knowledge

92 The Creative Subconscious Mind Problem Solving Psychological Drive Creative Energy Actualized Self Image

93 PRINCIPLE RISK TAKING PEOPLE MARKETS TECHNOLOGY FINANCES ECONOMICS LAW POLITICS ENVIRONMENT

94 The POWER Diamond LAW RESOURCES POWER CULTURE SYSTEMS LAW CULTURERESOURCES POWER

95 POWER SOURCES POSITION RANK STATUS INFORMATION COERCIVE AUTHORITATIVE REWARD - WORK CONTROL RACE SEX

96 RESOURCES PEOPLE EQUIPMENT MONEY TIME

97 LAW RULES REGULATIONS CODES POLICIES PROCEDURES JUSTICE COMMANDMENTS STATUTES PRECEPTS

98 CULTURE Aesthetics Philosophies Education Health Control Alcohol and Drugs Discrimination Racism Sexism

99 Cultural Development Celebrating Culture Celebrating Heritage Learn / Honor History Affirmative Action Cultural Awareness Cultural Realization Divine Creative Inheritance

100 Cultural Development (cont’d) Unity Self-Determination Collective Work Collective Responsibility Economic Development Purpose Creativity Faith

101 Applied Community Development via Kwanzaa Principles UMOJA (Unity/Cohesion) KUJICHAGULIA (Self Determination) UJIMA (Work/Responsibility) UJAMAA (Economics) NIA (Purpose, Goals, Objectives) KUUMBA (Creativity) IMANI (Faith)

102 Principles of African Way of Life Restoring Ancestry Reassessment Reclaiming Recommitment Remembrance Retrieval Resumption Resurrection Rejuvenation

103 Cultural Development Related Topics Black Economics Black Nationalism Black Liberation Pan Africanism Restoration (Slavery) Recovery (Slavery) Cultural Pluralism Rites of Passage

104 Scale of Forces in Managing Human Differences HUMAN FACTORS STRUCTURAL FACTORS

105 Scale of Forces in Managing Human Differences - Structural Factors Discipline Power Tasks Objectives Rules Regulations Authority

106 Scale of Forces in Managing Human Differences - Human Factors Values Beliefs Attitudes Experiences Background Stresses Conflicts Frustrations

107 Youth Development Rite of Passage Providing Hope for the Future Showing Care and Concern for Today Creating Opportunity Demonstrating Leadership Exemplifying Capability

108 Youth Development Rite of Passage (cont’d) Teaching Viable and Legit Alternatives Developing Competencies Assertive vs.... Reactive Problem Solving Skills

109 Racism - What is It? The attitude, belief and associated feeling(s) that white people are inherently superior to nonwhite and darker skinned people, or that darker skinned people are inherently inferior to white people

110 CYCLE OF RACISM COMMUNICATIONS SUPERIORITY / INFERIORITY GEOGRAPHIC EXCLUSION DISCRIMINATION INEQUALITY REINFORCED BELIEFS RACISM

111 COMMUNICATIONS LANGUAGE BARRIER MISUNDERSTANDING MISCONCEPTIONS IGNORANCE HYPOCRISY PREJUDICE CULTURAL ARROGANCE IDEOLOGICAL VALUES RACISM

112 RELATIONSHIPS UNDER RACISM ASSUMED SUPERIORITY ASSUMED INFERIORITY SEGREGATION POLARIZATION SUBORDINATION EXPLOITATION RACISM

113 EFFECTS AND AFFECTS UNDER RACISM DISCRIMINATION INEQUALITY POVERTY ADVERSE BELIEFS ADVERSE VALUES REINFORCE THE NEGATIVE

114 Dominant Culture (White & Male) Individual Racism Moral Self Interests Material Self-Interests Prejudice Discrimination Ethnocentrism Self-fulfilling Prophecy Socialization Process

115 INSTITUTIONAL RACISM Institutional Racism involves having the power to carry out systemic discriminatory practices through major institutions (businesses / organizations) in the society

116 Dominant Institutions (White & Male) Institutional Racism Develop Self Interests Economics/Labor Political System Legal/Justice System Health Care/Medicine Education System Housing System

117 Key Barriers to Realization of the African American Dream Low Achievement Orientation Unconstructive Climate Unconstructive Environment Stunted Individual Growth Lack of Creative Capacity Undeveloped Societal Role

118 Key Barriers to Realization of the African American Dream (cont’d) Soft Critiquing Negative Intergroup Relations Ineffective Educational Methods Inappropriate Leadership Inadequate Team Organization Inadequate Group Organization Unqualified Membership Insufficient Parental Involvement

119 The Value System Impacting Forces

120 Family Friends Church / Religion Schools /Education Books Media / Television Music Prejudices

121 Success Indicators of Peak Performance Commitments to the Goals and Objectives Realistic, Measurable and Achievable Goals Self Management thru Self Discipline Clear Thinking Self Control

122 Success Indicators of Peak Performance (cont’d) Teambuilding Teamwork Role Playing Delegating Responsibility Participation in Achievements Flexibility

123 Success Indicators of Peak Performance (cont’d) Adapting to Environmental Changes Managing Economic Changes Adaptability and Integration of Technology

124 Peak Performance Commitment to Goals Measurable Goals Achievable Goals Self Control / Mastery Teambuilding Role Playing Outcome Adaptability Flexibility

125 Performance Management A Values Based Model for Achievement Values Norms Individual Objectives Mission Organizational Goals Performance Standard Build Clarity Clarify Doubts/Listen

126 African American Goal Setting Guidelines The “BIG” Picture Balance Ordered and Aligned Activities Goal Cooperation Constructive Images and Models Clear Vision of Goals and Objectives

127 African American Goal Setting Guidelines (cont’d) Accomplish Predetermined End Result(s) Accountability Time Limits Set Confidentiality Ongoing Modification Written Affirmations Imprinting Visions

128 Networking The High Performing Individual or System Meet with Businesses, Organizations & Churches Establish Media Communications Outlets Use All Media Outlets Capitalize on Word of Mouth

129 Belief System The High Performing Individual or System “Whatever A Man Can Conceive and Believe, he can Achieve.” Divine Revelation Imagination Inner Vision Conceptualizations

130 Managing Time The High Performing Individual or System Personal Time Marriage Family Physical Health Mental Health Social Exchanges Vocation / Job

131 Managing Time (cont’d) The High Performing Individual or System Educational Goals Recreation / Leisure Community Service Retirement Planning Spiritual Relationships

132 The Family of God Divine Order / Decree Mirror of Self Training Ground Fruit of Life / Living Expression of Love Outside Self Teachers, Coaches, Trainers and Guides

133 Physical Health The High Performing Individual or System Nutrition Care Cardiovascular Health Conditioning Weight Control Disease Prevention

134 Mental Health The High Performing Individual or System Crises Management Delusion Stress / Frustration Problem Solving Skill Alcohol Abuse Drug Abuse Spouse Abuse Child Abuse

135 Social Skills The High Performing Individual or System Venues of Approach to Change in Society The Johari Window Analysis of Social Transaction

136 Venues of Approach to Social Change Demand for Social Change / Justice Extreme / Radical Group Actions Activist Group Action Complacent Group Inaction In Between Groups DEMAND

137 The Johari Window Arena Blind Spot Facade Unknown

138 ARENA Things I Know Things They Know

139 BLIND SPOT Things I Don’t Know Things They Know

140 FACADE Things I Know Things They Don’t Know

141 UNKNOWN Things I Don’t Know Things They Don’t Know

142 ARENA Things I Know Things They Know or I’m Ok You’re Ok

143 BLIND SPOT Things I Don’t Know Things They Know or I’m Not Ok You’re Ok

144 FACADE Things I Know Things They Don’t Know or I’m Ok You’re Not Ok

145 UNKNOWN Things I Don’t Know Things They Don’t Know or I’m Not Ok You’re Not Ok

146 ARENA Liked for the Right Reasons Things I Know Things They Know or I’m Ok You’re Ok

147 BLIND SPOT Disliked for the Right Reasons Things I Don’t Know Things They Know or I’m Not Ok You’re Ok

148 FACADE Liked for the Wrong Reasons Things I Know Things They Don’t Know or I’m Ok You’re Not Ok

149 UNKNOWN Disliked for the Wrong Reasons Things I Don’t Know Things They Don’t Know or I’m Not Ok You’re Not Ok

150 Job, Vocation and Career The High Performing Individual or System Apply Performance Management Models Use Values Model to Set Organization and Individual Objectives Build Clarity at Every Level of Performance Seek Clarifications With Uncertain Goals VALUESNORMS MISSION ORG OBJ INDIV OBJ PERF STAND

151 STRATEGIC PLANNING The High Performing System QUALITY PRODUCTION VALUING DIVERSITY INNOVATION STRATEGY

152 MONEY FLOW PROCESS (Inflows) $Jobs $Gifts $Loans $Unemployment Comp $Welfare $Interest $Dividends $Capital Gains $Social Security $Retirement Pensions $Annuities $Wills & Trusts $Insurance Benefits $Royalties $Rentals

153 MONEY FLOW PROCESS (Outflow) $Housing Costs $Food $Clothing $Personal Care $Transportation $Taxes $Insurance Premium $Appliance $Furnishings $Medical Costs $Contributions $Social Security $Interest Payments $Other Purchases

154 Productivity Thru Planned Renegotiations Sharing Information and Expectations Commitment and Role Definition Stability and Productivity Watch for Pinchpoints

155 Dealing with Disruption of Expectations Disruption / Pinchpoint Uncertainty Anxiety Termination Renegotiations Restoration Renegotiate to clarify information and expectations Restoration to recommit to information and expectations

156 Restoring Stability and Productivity Identify changes in commitment, roles, information or expectations as pinchpoints Activate Renegotiations Share / Clarify Infor- mation & Expectations

157 Work Life Dimensions The High Performing System Leadership Innovation Feedback Goals Purpose

158 Work Life Dimensions (cont’d) The High Performing System People Creativity Communication Flexibility Teamwork

159 Leadership The High Performing Person Know Yourself, Seek Self Improvement Be Proficient Seek Responsibility Take Responsibility Make Sound, Timely Decisions Set the Example

160 Leadership (cont’d) The High Performing System Know Each Person Know Your People Protect Their Interests Keep Them Informed Develop Their Sense of Responsibility Insure Tasks are understood, supervised and completed Train as A Team Work IAW Capability

161 Leadership Traits The High Performing System Bearing Unselfishness Tact Loyalty Knowledge Justice Judgement Integrity

162 Leadership Traits (cont’d) The High Performing System Initiative Enthusiasm Endurance Dependability Decisiveness Moral Courage Physical Courage

163 Leadership Characteristics The High Performing System Reverent Trustworthy Loyal Helpful Friendly Courteous

164 Leadership Characteristics (cont’d) The High Performing System Kind Obedient Cheerful Thirsty Brave Clean

165 Leadership: What It Produces The High Performing System Personal Commitment Fair play Understanding Firm, Fair Discipline Effective Behavior Effective Communications Interracial Harmony Diversity

166 Situational Leadership The High Performing System Situation Dictates All High/Low Task Oriented Behavior High/Low Relationship Oriented Behavior Values Leadership Style Maturity Levels

167 SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP The High Performing System TELLING S1-M1,2HT/LR SELLING S2-M1,2HT/HR PARTICIPATING S3-M3,4HR/LT DELEGATING S4-M3,4LR/LT

168 Reactions to Effective Leadership The High Performing System Behavior Change Attitude Change Trust Understanding Interactive Teamwork Cooperation Communications Harmonious Operations

169 INNOVATIVE The High Performing System

170 FEEDBACK SYSTEM The High Performing System

171 GOAL SETTING The High Performing System Achievable End Result(s) Built In Accountability Time Limits Set Confidentiality Flexible Procedures Ongoing Modification Written Affirmations Imprinting Visions

172 GOAL SETTING (Cont’d) The High Performing System Get The “BIG” Picture Balance Have Ordered and Aligned Activities Goal Cooperation Constructive Images and Models Clear Vision of Goals and Objectives

173 PURPOSE The High Performing System Customer Orientation Human Resource / Labor Excellence High Quality Product Efficient Processes Excellent Leadership

174 PURPOSE (cont’d) The High Performing System Leadership and Management Foundation Corporate Culture Planned Operations Effective Communications Multi-Level Accountability

175 PURPOSE (cont’d) The High Performing System Quality Products and Service Efficient Information System Quality Suppliers Effective Processes and Procedures Participatory Management

176 PURPOSE (cont’d) The High Performing System Top Quality Training Highly Motivated Workforce Internal and External Customer Orientation Total Quality

177 CREATIVITY The High Performing System

178 EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS The High Performing System SENDER RECEIVER FEEDBACK ENCODING SKILL DECODING SKILL KNOWLEDGE APTITUDE

179 COMMUNICATION BARRIERS The High Performing System ATTITUDES VALUES PERCEPTIONS BELIEFS NORMS POINTS OF VIEW NONVERBS LANGUAGE

180 THE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR The High Performing System LARGE ARENA I’M OK YOU’RE OK LIKED FOR THE RIGHT REASONS ASSERTIVE SITUATIONAL LEADER ASTUTE SUBORDINATE

181 FLEXIBILITY The High Performing System

182 TEAMBUILDING The High Performing System SHARED INFORMATION / EXPECTATIONS PLANNED RENEGOTIATIONS SITUATION TEAMWORK COMPLY, BUY, SHARE, OWN WORK

183 PEOPLE ORIENTED WORKPLACE The High Performing System

184 EDUCATION SYSTEM The High Performing System Education is our passport to the future for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it. - Malcolm X

185 RETIREMENT PLANNING The High Performing Person

186 The High Performing Person “Every race and every nation should be judged by the best it has been able to produce, not the worst.”

187 COMMUNITY SERVICE The High Performing Person FAMILIES NEIGHBORHOODS SCHOOLS ORGANIZATIONS PEOPLE GROUPS BUSINESSES CHURCHES

188 RECREATION/LEISURE TIME The High Performing Person

189 Nelson Mandela Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, “who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small doesn’t service the world. There’s nothing enlightened about shrinking so that people won’t feel insecure around you. We were born to make manifest the Glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us. It’s in everyone, and as we let our light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.


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