Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper

Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL NURSING PAPERS Home > Humanities > Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper Question Description I’m working on a Social Science exercise and need support. Activity 40 pg 326-327. Need to do A but you only need give me B C D Please not in Part C you do not have to do the area were it says sketch a Pie Chart. AGAIN you DO NOT HAVE TO SKETCH a Pie Chart Template and book attached Unformatted Attachment Preview ACTIVITY 40: Time-Demand Survey B. Add up the total number of hours on your chart. A week contains 168 hours. If your total is greater than 168, you are overcommitted. If your total is less than 168, you are letting hours get away from you. Are you overcommitted or under committed? If so, by how much? C. Add up how many hours you spent on each time category. Then divide each total by 168. The result represents the percentage of your total weekly hours that you spent on that category. Total committed time: Percent of total: Total maintenance time: Percent of total: Total discretionary time: Percent of total: Do not have to sketch the PIE CHART D. Are you satisfied with the way you spend your time? Explain. Seventh Edition PSYCHOLOGY of SUCCESS Maximizing Fulfillment in Your Career and Life Denis Waitley Psychology of Success Maximizing Fulfillment in Your Career and Life seventh edition Denis Waitley, Ph.D. PSYCHOLOGY OF SUCCESS: MAXIMIZING FULFILLMENT IN YOUR CAREER AND LIFE, ­SEVENTH EDITION Published by McGraw-Hill Education, 2 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10121. Copyright ©2020 by McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Previous editions ©2016, 2010, and 1990. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written consent of McGraw-Hill Education, including, but not limited to, in any network or other electronic storage or transmission, or broadcast for distance learning. Some ancillaries, including electronic and print components, may not be available to customers outside the United States. This book is printed on acid-free paper. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 LMN 21 20 19 ISBN 978-1-259-92496-5 (bound edition) MHID 1-259-92496-3 (bound edition) ISBN 978-1-260-16503-6 (loose-leaf edition) MHID 1-260-16503-5 (loose-leaf edition) Managing Director: Wyatt Morris Associate Portfolio Manager: Kevin White Lead Product Developer: Kelly Delso Marketing Manager: Lisa Granger Senior Project Manager, Core Content: Kathryn D. Wright Project Manager, Assessment Content: Emily Windelborn Project Manager, Media Content: Karen Jozefowicz Buyer: Susan K Culbertson Design: Matt Backhaus Content Licensing Specialist: Traci Vaske Cover Image: ©Sergey Shenderovsky/Shutterstock Compositor: Aptara®, Inc All credits appearing on page or at the end of the book are considered to be an extension of the copyright page. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Waitley, Denis, author. Title: Psychology of success : maximizing fulfillment in your career and life / Denis Waitley, Ph.D. Description: Seventh Edition. | Dubuque : McGraw-Hill Education, [2020] | Revised edition of the author’s Psychology of success, 2016. | Includes bibliographical references and index. Identifiers: LCCN 2018042881| ISBN 9781259924965 (alk. paper) | ISBN 1259924963 (alk. paper) Subjects: LCSH: Success–Psychological aspects.Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper | Self-esteem. | Self-confidence. Classification: LCC BF637.S8 W269 2020 | DDC 158.1–dc23 LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2018042881 The Internet addresses listed in the text were accurate at the time of publication. The inclusion of a ­website does not indicate an endorsement by the authors or McGraw-Hill Education, and McGraw-Hill Education does not guarantee the accuracy of the information presented at these sites. mheducation.com/highered Brief Contents Introduction xii CHAPTER 1 Psychology and Success 2 CHAPTER 2 Self-Awareness CHAPTER 3 Goals and Obstacles CHAPTER 4 Self-Esteem CHAPTER 5 Positive Thinking CHAPTER 6 Self-Discipline CHAPTER 7 Self-Motivation 286 CHAPTER 8 Managing Your Resources CHAPTER 9 Communication and Relationships Glossary 406 48 96 136 192 236 322 360 Key Points 417 Further Reading 422 Index 425 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Brief Contents iii About the Author Denis Waitley is a world-renowned expert and motivational speaker on human performance and potential. Best known as the author/narrator of The Psychology of Winning, he has helped millions of people throughout the world in their quest for personal excellence. He is the author of several bestselling books, including Seeds of Greatness, The Winner’s Edge, Being the Best, and Empires of the Mind. His newest book, The Dragon and The Eagle, compares the challenges facing both China and America in education and business as they attempt to survive and thrive together in a rapidly changing world. Long recognized as an authority on high-level achievement, Dr. Waitley has counseled leaders in every field, from CEOs to Super Bowl champions. He has lent his understanding and expertise to American astronauts and POWs. Dr. Waitley has also served as Chairman of Psychology on the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Council, dedicated to the performance enhancement of Olympic athletes. One of the country’s most sought-after speakers, Den is Waitley was named Outstanding Platform Speaker of the Year by his peers and elected to the International Speakers’ Hall of Fame. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and holds a doctorate in human behavior. Dr. Waitley was a founding director of the National Association for Self-Esteem and has been a consultant to the President’s Council on Vocational Education and the International Parenting ­Association. iv About the Author Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Contents CHAPTER 1 Psychology and Success 2 Real-Life Success Story “Am I Doing the Right Thing?” 2 SECTION 1.1 Understanding Success What Is Success? 4 Activity 1: What Success Means to You 5 Personal Journal 1.1 Ingredients of Success Activity 2: Your Role Model 11 Activity 3: Self-Awareness Checklist 14 Understanding Psychology 4 9 17 Personal Journal 1.2 Your Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions SECTION 1.2 Understanding Yourself Your Inner Self 27 27 Personal Journal 1.3 How Do You See Yourself? You and Your Social World 24 32 33 Activity 4: Wheel of Life 34 Activity 5: Sides of Yourself 37 Activity 6: Identity Profile 40 Chapter Review and Activities 45 Real-Life Success Story “Am I Doing the Right Thing?” 47 CHAPTER 2 Self-Awareness 48 Real-Life Success Story “What Do I Really Want?” 48 SECTION 2.1 Finding Your Direction Developing Self-Awareness 50 50 Personal Journal 2.1 How Well Do You Know Yourself? Activity 7: Private Self-Awareness Checklist 53 51 Defining Your Dreams 54 Getting in Touch with Your Values 57 Personal Journal 2.2 What Are Your Dreams? 58 Activity 8: Values Inventory 61 SECTION 2.2 Discovering Your Strengths Personality and Individuality 64 Activity 9: Personality Self-Portrait 66 Activity 10: Discover Your Multiple Intelligences Exploring Your Skills and Interests Activity 11: Skills Assessment Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education 77 64 73 78 Contents v Personal Journal 2.3 Exploring Your Interests 82 Putting It All Together: Self-Awareness and Career 84 Activity 12: Interest Survey 90 Chapter Review and Activities 93 Real-Life Success Story “What Do I Really Want?” 95 CHAPTER 3 Goals and Obstacles 96 Real-Life Success Story “Where Do I Go From Here?” 96 SECTION 3.1 Setting and Achieving Goals What Are Your Goals? 98 Activity 13: Setting SMART Goals 102 Activity 14: Generating Short-Term Goals Personal Journal 3.1 Goal Cards 107 Overcoming Obstacles 104 108 Activity 15: Anticipating Obstacles SECTION 3.2 112 Handling Stress and Anger Stress and Stressors 116 Activity 16: How Stressed Are You? Coping with Anger 98 124 116 119 Personal Journal 3.2 Stress Management Techniques 124 Activity 17: Personal Stressors and Relievers 125 Personal Journal 3.3 Stress Relief Reminders 127 Personal Journal 3.4 Anger Triggers 131 Chapter Review and Activities 133 Real-Life Success Story “Where Do I Go From Here?” 135 CHAPTER 4 Self-Esteem 136 Real-Life Success Story “Do I Have What It Takes?” 136 SECTION 4.1 Understanding Self-Esteem The Power of Self-Esteem 138 Activity 18: Test Your Self-Esteem 141 Activity 19: Social Support and Self-Esteem Self-Expectancy and Self-Esteem 154 138 152 Personal Journal 4.1 Examine Your Self-Expectancy 156 Activity 20: Accomplishment Inventory 158 Personal Journal 4.2 Learning to Cope 161 vi Contents Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education SECTION 4.2 Learning to Like Yourself Self-Acceptance and Self-Esteem 162 Activity 21: Personal Inventory 165 Personal Journal 4.3 Social Comparison Log Personal Journal 4.4 Your Ideal Self 171 Using Positive Self-Talk 162 170 172 Activity 22: Negative Self-Talk Log Criticism and Self-Esteem 174 179 Activity 23: Handling Criticism 185 Chapter Review and Activities 188 Real-Life Success Story “Do I Have What It Takes?” 190 CHAPTER 5 Positive Thinking 192 Real-Life Success Story “Will Things Go My Way?” SECTION 5.1 Becomi ng a Positive Thinker Positive Thinking and Optimism 194 Adopting Positive Habits 199 192 194 Activity 24: Are You a Positive Thinker? 200 Personal Journal 5.1 Focusing on the Good 202 Activity 25: Banishing Worry 206 Thinking Style and Health 208 Personal Journal 5.2 Depression Self-Check 210 Activity 26: What’s Your Health Attitude? 212 SECTION 5.2 Conquering Negative Thoughts Overcoming Self-Defeating Attitudes 216 Recognizing Distorted Thoughts 218 216 Activity 27: Challenging Self-Defeating Attitudes 219 Personal Journal 5.3 From Irrational to Rational 226 Changing Your Negative Thoughts 226 Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Activity 28: Disputing Negative Thoughts Chapter Review and Activities 230 232 Real-Life Success Story “Will Things Go My Way?” CHAPTER 6 Self-Discipline 236 Real-Life Success Story “Should I Make a Change?” SECTION 6.1 Taking Control of Your Life What Is Self-Discipline? Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education 234 238 236 238 Contents vii Personal Journal 6.1 Going Against the Odds Controlling Impulses 243 Activity 29: Do You Control Your Life? Embracing Change 241 244 246 Personal Journal 6.2 Thinking Long Term 247 Activity 30: Making Positive Changes 249 Conquering Bad Habits 251 Activity 31: Overcoming Resistance to Change 252 Activity 32: Getting to Know Your Bad Habits 256 Personal Journal 6.3 Habit Change Chart 259 SECTION 6.2 Disciplining Your Thinking Learning to Think Critically 261 261 Activity 33: How Critical Is Your Thinking? Becoming a Better Decision Maker 263 269 Activity 34: Developing Your Critical Thinking 270 Activity 35: Using the Decision-Making Process 274 Personal Journal 6.4 Pros and Cons 279 Chapter Review and Activities 282 Real-Life Success Story “Should I Make a Change?” 284 CHAPTER 7 Self-Motivation 286 Real-Life Success Story “How Can I Succeed?” SECTION 7.1 286 Understanding Motivation The Power of Motivation 288 288 Personal Journal 7.1 Generating Positive Motivation Activity 36: What Motivates You? Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper292 Needs and Motivation 295 Activity 37: Are Your Needs Being Met? SECTION 7.2 301 Recharging Your Motivation Motivation and Emotion 303 Overcoming Fear of Failure 305 Overcoming Fear of Success 307 Activity 38: Expanding Your Comfort Zone Visualization 311 Chapter Review and Activities 303 308 Personal Journal 7.2 Confronting Fear of Success Activity 39: Visualizing Success 316 312 318 Real-Life Success Story “How Can I Succeed?” viii Contents 290 320 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education CHAPTER 8 Managing Your Resources 322 Real-Life Success Story “Will I Ever Be Able to Enjoy Some ‘Free’ Time?” 322 SECTION 8.1 Time Management Taking Control of Your Time 324 324 Activity 40: Time-Demand Survey 326 Personal Journal 8.1 Prioritizing Your Life 329 Activity 41: Examining Your Priorities 331 Activity 42: Time-Management Practice 334 Personal Journal 8.2 What’s Your Prime Time? 336 Tackling Procrastination 336 Activity 43: Do You Procrastinate? SECTION 8.2 338 Money Management Money Matters 341 341 Personal Journal 8.3 How Do You See Money? Managing Your Finances Activity 44: Expense Log 343 342 345 Stretching Your Resources 349 Activity 45: Budget Worksheet 350 Personal Journal 8.4 Look Before You Leap Chapter Review and Activities 354 357 Real-Life Success Story “Will I Ever Be Able to Enjoy Some ‘Free’ Time?” 359 CHAPTER 9 Communication and Relationships 360 Real-Life Success Story “How Do I Stand Up for Myself?” 360 SECTION 9.1 Effective Communication A Look at Communication 362 362 Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Activity 46: How Much Do You Know About Communication? 363 Nonverbal Communication 368 Activity 47: Analyzing Communication 369 Improving Your Communication Skills 374 Activity 48: Body Language Log 375 Personal Journal 9.1 “I” Statements 378 Activity 49: Giving Feedback 380 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Contents ix SECTION 9.2 Healthy Relationships A Look at Relationships 387 387 Personal Journal 9.2 Understanding Diversity 390 Personal Journal 9.3 Circles of Yourself 392 Interpersonal Relationships 394 Activity 50: Your Close Relationships 396 Personal Journal 9.4 Dealing with Conflict 401 Chapter Review and Activities 403 Real-Life Success Story “How Do I Stand Up for Myself?” 405 Glossary 406 Key Points 417 Further Reading 422 Index Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper 425 FIGURES Table of Figures FIGURE 1.1 FIGURE 2.1 FIGURE 2.2 FIGURE 3.1 FIGURE 3.2 FIGURE 4.1 FIGURE 4.2 FIGURE 4.3 FIGURE 4.4 FIGURE 5.1 FIGURE 5.2 FIGURE 5.3 FIGURE 6.1 FIGURE 7.1 FIGURE 7.2 FIGURE 7.3 FIGURE 8.1 FIGURE 9.1 FIGURE 9.2 FIGURE 9.3 x Contents Positive and Negative Emotions 25 Feeling Words 55 Expanding Your Intelligences 76 SMART Goals 100 The ABC Model 116 Childhood Origins of Self-Esteem 150 You and Your Ideal 170 Responding to Constructive Criticism 181 Responding to Destructive Criticism 183 The Power of Positive Thoughts 196 Self-Defeating Attitudes: A Vicious Cycle 217 The ABCDE Method 228 Ingredients of Self-Discipline 239 Positive and Negative Motivation 289 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs 297 Expanding the Comfort Zone 306 Where the Money Goes 347 Elements of Communication 365 Influences on Nonverbal Communication 373 The Johari Window 399 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education FEATURES professional development ))) Internal Career Motivation 7 Career Fufillment 88 Job Stress 122 Positive Image at Work/First Impressions Matter Positive Thinking in Action at Work 204 Wanted: Problem Solvers 273 What Motivates Employees? 304 Time-Management Tips 340 Investing in Your Future 348 Your Cover Letter—The Competitive Edge 383 Applying Psychology 163 * Lead by Example 59 Technology and Stress 117 Culture and Body Image 168 Aging with an Attitude 195 A Little Guilt Can Be Good for You 245 Six Types of Achievement Motivation 299 The “Mind” of Spending or Saving 349 Emotional Intelligence 373 internet action Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Virtual Therapy 18 Online Personality Profiles 65 Surfing the Day Away 110 Your Social Network 154 Building and Tracking Your Optimum Health Plan 215 Artificial Intelligence versus Human Intelligence 262 Staying Motivated with E-Learning 298 Managing Your Online Identity 395 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Contents xi Introduction Author’s Overview We live in a fast-forward world with more changes in one of our days than in a decade of our This seventh edition of Psychology of Success: grandparents’ lives. Every five minutes a new sci­Maximizing Fulfillment in Your Career and Life is entific research study is published involving some perhaps more detailed and meaningful than new technological or biotechnology discovery. ­previous versions in that it combines leading-edge Unfortunately, some of our most incredible techscientific research with timeless knowledge to ­substantiate how important it is to understand how nology wonders, including virtual reality, artificial intelligence, robotics, and instant networking and why we behave the way we do in our careers and personal lives. Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper It has been said through the ages, bombard our senses 24/7. The average brain has around 50,000 thoughts per day and seventy “It is not so much what happens to us that matters ­percent of them are believed to be negative. most, but how we take it and what we make of it!” We learn by observation, imitation, and repThis new edition is designed to help you etition. We seize upon role models, observe their identify what authentic success means to you actions, imitate, then become what we see, hear, and train your brain to make success more of a habit, just like Olympians, astronauts, and gifted read, feel, and touch. No single realization is as performers excel as a result of knowledge, skills, important as this in understanding and dealing with our brains and minds. “Why do we do what and practice. During the past decade, neuroscientists have we do, when we know what we know? We know better than to fall into the trap of substance learned more about human brain function than abuse, internalize unhealthy habits, procrastinate, research had provided during the previous fifty alienate, prevaricate, yell and lose composure years. As neuroscience researchers work to unravel the inner workings of the brain, we know over trifles, and, on occasion, engage in road rage. So why do we do what we do, when we more than ever about the mysteries, of where know what we know? Because we don’t always do emotions originate in the brain and the connecwhat we know. We do what we have learned! tions among instinct, intelligence, and emotion. Much of our learning takes place by unconThis work is yielding fascinating insights that we can use to understand how we react to situations scious modeling. Observation, Imitation, Repetition = Internalization. This edition of Psychology and people. The brain, which is a much more of Success is designed to make your definition of flexible organ than previously thought, can be success easier to actualize in your own life. Our consciously rewired to be more emotionally hope is that it will give you a clearer path as to: trainable, understanding, and sensitive. Recently, the convergence of behavioral psy• How to view your mind as your internal “softchology and neuroscience has become highly ware” program—containing attitudes, beliefs, sophisticated with major corporations hiring and habits that can be overwritten to produce neural research companies to understand desired results. employee and customer behavior from a new perspective. Just as yesterday’s world records are • How to treat your brain and central nervous system as your physiological “mission control today’s entry-level requirements, so too has a center” consisting of pre-programmed genetic new tipping point been reached in understanding data, as well as data based on past and present the secrets to motivating and communicating life experiences that prevent you from or proeffectively with the emerging leaders in our propel you toward completing your aspirations. fessional and personal lives. xii Introduction Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education • P rovide real-life useful daily examples and action steps on how to lead yourself and others to more effective interpersonal and intrapersonal communications, increased focus on primary priorities, a healthier, more optimistic view of the future, and how to handle setbacks, challenges, and difficult situations with resiliency and emotional intelligence. Denis Waitley Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Preface Welcome to Psychology of Success. Success is a ­lifetime of personal fulfillment that comes from creating a sense of meaning in all aspects of life. To succeed in this way, students must take an ­active role in discover … Purchase answer to see full attachment Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper

Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL NURSING PAPERS Home > Humanities > Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper Question Description I’m working on a Social Science exercise and need support. Activity 40 pg 326-327. Need to do A but you only need give me B C D Please not in Part C you do not have to do the area were it says sketch a Pie Chart. AGAIN you DO NOT HAVE TO SKETCH a Pie Chart Template and book attached Unformatted Attachment Preview ACTIVITY 40: Time-Demand Survey B. Add up the total number of hours on your chart. A week contains 168 hours. If your total is greater than 168, you are overcommitted. If your total is less than 168, you are letting hours get away from you. Are you overcommitted or under committed? If so, by how much? C. Add up how many hours you spent on each time category. Then divide each total by 168. The result represents the percentage of your total weekly hours that you spent on that category. Total committed time: Percent of total: Total maintenance time: Percent of total: Total discretionary time: Percent of total: Do not have to sketch the PIE CHART D. Are you satisfied with the way you spend your time? Explain. Seventh Edition PSYCHOLOGY of SUCCESS Maximizing Fulfillment in Your Career and Life Denis Waitley Psychology of Success Maximizing Fulfillment in Your Career and Life seventh edition Denis Waitley, Ph.D. PSYCHOLOGY OF SUCCESS: MAXIMIZING FULFILLMENT IN YOUR CAREER AND LIFE, ­SEVENTH EDITION Published by McGraw-Hill Education, 2 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10121. Copyright ©2020 by McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Previous editions ©2016, 2010, and 1990. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written consent of McGraw-Hill Education, including, but not limited to, in any network or other electronic storage or transmission, or broadcast for distance learning. Some ancillaries, including electronic and print components, may not be available to customers outside the United States. This book is printed on acid-free paper. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 LMN 21 20 19 ISBN 978-1-259-92496-5 (bound edition) MHID 1-259-92496-3 (bound edition) ISBN 978-1-260-16503-6 (loose-leaf edition) MHID 1-260-16503-5 (loose-leaf edition) Managing Director: Wyatt Morris Associate Portfolio Manager: Kevin White Lead Product Developer: Kelly Delso Marketing Manager: Lisa Granger Senior Project Manager, Core Content: Kathryn D. Wright Project Manager, Assessment Content: Emily Windelborn Project Manager, Media Content: Karen Jozefowicz Buyer: Susan K Culbertson Design: Matt Backhaus Content Licensing Specialist: Traci Vaske Cover Image: ©Sergey Shenderovsky/Shutterstock Compositor: Aptara®, Inc All credits appearing on page or at the end of the book are considered to be an extension of the copyright page. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Waitley, Denis, author. Title: Psychology of success : maximizing fulfillment in your career and life / Denis Waitley, Ph.D. Description: Seventh Edition. | Dubuque : McGraw-Hill Education, [2020] | Revised edition of the author’s Psychology of success, 2016. | Includes bibliographical references and index. Identifiers: LCCN 2018042881| ISBN 9781259924965 (alk. paper) | ISBN 1259924963 (alk. paper) Subjects: LCSH: Success–Psychological aspects.Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper | Self-esteem. | Self-confidence. Classification: LCC BF637.S8 W269 2020 | DDC 158.1–dc23 LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2018042881 The Internet addresses listed in the text were accurate at the time of publication. The inclusion of a ­website does not indicate an endorsement by the authors or McGraw-Hill Education, and McGraw-Hill Education does not guarantee the accuracy of the information presented at these sites. mheducation.com/highered Brief Contents Introduction xii CHAPTER 1 Psychology and Success 2 CHAPTER 2 Self-Awareness CHAPTER 3 Goals and Obstacles CHAPTER 4 Self-Esteem CHAPTER 5 Positive Thinking CHAPTER 6 Self-Discipline CHAPTER 7 Self-Motivation 286 CHAPTER 8 Managing Your Resources CHAPTER 9 Communication and Relationships Glossary 406 48 96 136 192 236 322 360 Key Points 417 Further Reading 422 Index 425 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Brief Contents iii About the Author Denis Waitley is a world-renowned expert and motivational speaker on human performance and potential. Best known as the author/narrator of The Psychology of Winning, he has helped millions of people throughout the world in their quest for personal excellence. He is the author of several bestselling books, including Seeds of Greatness, The Winner’s Edge, Being the Best, and Empires of the Mind. His newest book, The Dragon and The Eagle, compares the challenges facing both China and America in education and business as they attempt to survive and thrive together in a rapidly changing world. Long recognized as an authority on high-level achievement, Dr. Waitley has counseled leaders in every field, from CEOs to Super Bowl champions. He has lent his understanding and expertise to American astronauts and POWs. Dr. Waitley has also served as Chairman of Psychology on the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Council, dedicated to the performance enhancement of Olympic athletes. One of the country’s most sought-after speakers, Den is Waitley was named Outstanding Platform Speaker of the Year by his peers and elected to the International Speakers’ Hall of Fame. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and holds a doctorate in human behavior. Dr. Waitley was a founding director of the National Association for Self-Esteem and has been a consultant to the President’s Council on Vocational Education and the International Parenting ­Association. iv About the Author Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Contents CHAPTER 1 Psychology and Success 2 Real-Life Success Story “Am I Doing the Right Thing?” 2 SECTION 1.1 Understanding Success What Is Success? 4 Activity 1: What Success Means to You 5 Personal Journal 1.1 Ingredients of Success Activity 2: Your Role Model 11 Activity 3: Self-Awareness Checklist 14 Understanding Psychology 4 9 17 Personal Journal 1.2 Your Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions SECTION 1.2 Understanding Yourself Your Inner Self 27 27 Personal Journal 1.3 How Do You See Yourself? You and Your Social World 24 32 33 Activity 4: Wheel of Life 34 Activity 5: Sides of Yourself 37 Activity 6: Identity Profile 40 Chapter Review and Activities 45 Real-Life Success Story “Am I Doing the Right Thing?” 47 CHAPTER 2 Self-Awareness 48 Real-Life Success Story “What Do I Really Want?” 48 SECTION 2.1 Finding Your Direction Developing Self-Awareness 50 50 Personal Journal 2.1 How Well Do You Know Yourself? Activity 7: Private Self-Awareness Checklist 53 51 Defining Your Dreams 54 Getting in Touch with Your Values 57 Personal Journal 2.2 What Are Your Dreams? 58 Activity 8: Values Inventory 61 SECTION 2.2 Discovering Your Strengths Personality and Individuality 64 Activity 9: Personality Self-Portrait 66 Activity 10: Discover Your Multiple Intelligences Exploring Your Skills and Interests Activity 11: Skills Assessment Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education 77 64 73 78 Contents v Personal Journal 2.3 Exploring Your Interests 82 Putting It All Together: Self-Awareness and Career 84 Activity 12: Interest Survey 90 Chapter Review and Activities 93 Real-Life Success Story “What Do I Really Want?” 95 CHAPTER 3 Goals and Obstacles 96 Real-Life Success Story “Where Do I Go From Here?” 96 SECTION 3.1 Setting and Achieving Goals What Are Your Goals? 98 Activity 13: Setting SMART Goals 102 Activity 14: Generating Short-Term Goals Personal Journal 3.1 Goal Cards 107 Overcoming Obstacles 104 108 Activity 15: Anticipating Obstacles SECTION 3.2 112 Handling Stress and Anger Stress and Stressors 116 Activity 16: How Stressed Are You? Coping with Anger 98 124 116 119 Personal Journal 3.2 Stress Management Techniques 124 Activity 17: Personal Stressors and Relievers 125 Personal Journal 3.3 Stress Relief Reminders 127 Personal Journal 3.4 Anger Triggers 131 Chapter Review and Activities 133 Real-Life Success Story “Where Do I Go From Here?” 135 CHAPTER 4 Self-Esteem 136 Real-Life Success Story “Do I Have What It Takes?” 136 SECTION 4.1 Understanding Self-Esteem The Power of Self-Esteem 138 Activity 18: Test Your Self-Esteem 141 Activity 19: Social Support and Self-Esteem Self-Expectancy and Self-Esteem 154 138 152 Personal Journal 4.1 Examine Your Self-Expectancy 156 Activity 20: Accomplishment Inventory 158 Personal Journal 4.2 Learning to Cope 161 vi Contents Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education SECTION 4.2 Learning to Like Yourself Self-Acceptance and Self-Esteem 162 Activity 21: Personal Inventory 165 Personal Journal 4.3 Social Comparison Log Personal Journal 4.4 Your Ideal Self 171 Using Positive Self-Talk 162 170 172 Activity 22: Negative Self-Talk Log Criticism and Self-Esteem 174 179 Activity 23: Handling Criticism 185 Chapter Review and Activities 188 Real-Life Success Story “Do I Have What It Takes?” 190 CHAPTER 5 Positive Thinking 192 Real-Life Success Story “Will Things Go My Way?” SECTION 5.1 Becomi ng a Positive Thinker Positive Thinking and Optimism 194 Adopting Positive Habits 199 192 194 Activity 24: Are You a Positive Thinker? 200 Personal Journal 5.1 Focusing on the Good 202 Activity 25: Banishing Worry 206 Thinking Style and Health 208 Personal Journal 5.2 Depression Self-Check 210 Activity 26: What’s Your Health Attitude? 212 SECTION 5.2 Conquering Negative Thoughts Overcoming Self-Defeating Attitudes 216 Recognizing Distorted Thoughts 218 216 Activity 27: Challenging Self-Defeating Attitudes 219 Personal Journal 5.3 From Irrational to Rational 226 Changing Your Negative Thoughts 226 Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Activity 28: Disputing Negative Thoughts Chapter Review and Activities 230 232 Real-Life Success Story “Will Things Go My Way?” CHAPTER 6 Self-Discipline 236 Real-Life Success Story “Should I Make a Change?” SECTION 6.1 Taking Control of Your Life What Is Self-Discipline? Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education 234 238 236 238 Contents vii Personal Journal 6.1 Going Against the Odds Controlling Impulses 243 Activity 29: Do You Control Your Life? Embracing Change 241 244 246 Personal Journal 6.2 Thinking Long Term 247 Activity 30: Making Positive Changes 249 Conquering Bad Habits 251 Activity 31: Overcoming Resistance to Change 252 Activity 32: Getting to Know Your Bad Habits 256 Personal Journal 6.3 Habit Change Chart 259 SECTION 6.2 Disciplining Your Thinking Learning to Think Critically 261 261 Activity 33: How Critical Is Your Thinking? Becoming a Better Decision Maker 263 269 Activity 34: Developing Your Critical Thinking 270 Activity 35: Using the Decision-Making Process 274 Personal Journal 6.4 Pros and Cons 279 Chapter Review and Activities 282 Real-Life Success Story “Should I Make a Change?” 284 CHAPTER 7 Self-Motivation 286 Real-Life Success Story “How Can I Succeed?” SECTION 7.1 286 Understanding Motivation The Power of Motivation 288 288 Personal Journal 7.1 Generating Positive Motivation Activity 36: What Motivates You? Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper292 Needs and Motivation 295 Activity 37: Are Your Needs Being Met? SECTION 7.2 301 Recharging Your Motivation Motivation and Emotion 303 Overcoming Fear of Failure 305 Overcoming Fear of Success 307 Activity 38: Expanding Your Comfort Zone Visualization 311 Chapter Review and Activities 303 308 Personal Journal 7.2 Confronting Fear of Success Activity 39: Visualizing Success 316 312 318 Real-Life Success Story “How Can I Succeed?” viii Contents 290 320 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education CHAPTER 8 Managing Your Resources 322 Real-Life Success Story “Will I Ever Be Able to Enjoy Some ‘Free’ Time?” 322 SECTION 8.1 Time Management Taking Control of Your Time 324 324 Activity 40: Time-Demand Survey 326 Personal Journal 8.1 Prioritizing Your Life 329 Activity 41: Examining Your Priorities 331 Activity 42: Time-Management Practice 334 Personal Journal 8.2 What’s Your Prime Time? 336 Tackling Procrastination 336 Activity 43: Do You Procrastinate? SECTION 8.2 338 Money Management Money Matters 341 341 Personal Journal 8.3 How Do You See Money? Managing Your Finances Activity 44: Expense Log 343 342 345 Stretching Your Resources 349 Activity 45: Budget Worksheet 350 Personal Journal 8.4 Look Before You Leap Chapter Review and Activities 354 357 Real-Life Success Story “Will I Ever Be Able to Enjoy Some ‘Free’ Time?” 359 CHAPTER 9 Communication and Relationships 360 Real-Life Success Story “How Do I Stand Up for Myself?” 360 SECTION 9.1 Effective Communication A Look at Communication 362 362 Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Activity 46: How Much Do You Know About Communication? 363 Nonverbal Communication 368 Activity 47: Analyzing Communication 369 Improving Your Communication Skills 374 Activity 48: Body Language Log 375 Personal Journal 9.1 “I” Statements 378 Activity 49: Giving Feedback 380 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Contents ix SECTION 9.2 Healthy Relationships A Look at Relationships 387 387 Personal Journal 9.2 Understanding Diversity 390 Personal Journal 9.3 Circles of Yourself 392 Interpersonal Relationships 394 Activity 50: Your Close Relationships 396 Personal Journal 9.4 Dealing with Conflict 401 Chapter Review and Activities 403 Real-Life Success Story “How Do I Stand Up for Myself?” 405 Glossary 406 Key Points 417 Further Reading 422 Index Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper 425 FIGURES Table of Figures FIGURE 1.1 FIGURE 2.1 FIGURE 2.2 FIGURE 3.1 FIGURE 3.2 FIGURE 4.1 FIGURE 4.2 FIGURE 4.3 FIGURE 4.4 FIGURE 5.1 FIGURE 5.2 FIGURE 5.3 FIGURE 6.1 FIGURE 7.1 FIGURE 7.2 FIGURE 7.3 FIGURE 8.1 FIGURE 9.1 FIGURE 9.2 FIGURE 9.3 x Contents Positive and Negative Emotions 25 Feeling Words 55 Expanding Your Intelligences 76 SMART Goals 100 The ABC Model 116 Childhood Origins of Self-Esteem 150 You and Your Ideal 170 Responding to Constructive Criticism 181 Responding to Destructive Criticism 183 The Power of Positive Thoughts 196 Self-Defeating Attitudes: A Vicious Cycle 217 The ABCDE Method 228 Ingredients of Self-Discipline 239 Positive and Negative Motivation 289 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs 297 Expanding the Comfort Zone 306 Where the Money Goes 347 Elements of Communication 365 Influences on Nonverbal Communication 373 The Johari Window 399 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education FEATURES professional development ))) Internal Career Motivation 7 Career Fufillment 88 Job Stress 122 Positive Image at Work/First Impressions Matter Positive Thinking in Action at Work 204 Wanted: Problem Solvers 273 What Motivates Employees? 304 Time-Management Tips 340 Investing in Your Future 348 Your Cover Letter—The Competitive Edge 383 Applying Psychology 163 * Lead by Example 59 Technology and Stress 117 Culture and Body Image 168 Aging with an Attitude 195 A Little Guilt Can Be Good for You 245 Six Types of Achievement Motivation 299 The “Mind” of Spending or Saving 349 Emotional Intelligence 373 internet action Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Virtual Therapy 18 Online Personality Profiles 65 Surfing the Day Away 110 Your Social Network 154 Building and Tracking Your Optimum Health Plan 215 Artificial Intelligence versus Human Intelligence 262 Staying Motivated with E-Learning 298 Managing Your Online Identity 395 Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education Contents xi Introduction Author’s Overview We live in a fast-forward world with more changes in one of our days than in a decade of our This seventh edition of Psychology of Success: grandparents’ lives. Every five minutes a new sci­Maximizing Fulfillment in Your Career and Life is entific research study is published involving some perhaps more detailed and meaningful than new technological or biotechnology discovery. ­previous versions in that it combines leading-edge Unfortunately, some of our most incredible techscientific research with timeless knowledge to ­substantiate how important it is to understand how nology wonders, including virtual reality, artificial intelligence, robotics, and instant networking and why we behave the way we do in our careers and personal lives. Acaydia School of Aesthetics LLC Time Demand Survey Paper It has been said through the ages, bombard our senses 24/7. The average brain has around 50,000 thoughts per day and seventy “It is not so much what happens to us that matters ­percent of them are believed to be negative. most, but how we take it and what we make of it!” We learn by observation, imitation, and repThis new edition is designed to help you etition. We seize upon role models, observe their identify what authentic success means to you actions, imitate, then become what we see, hear, and train your brain to make success more of a habit, just like Olympians, astronauts, and gifted read, feel, and touch. No single realization is as performers excel as a result of knowledge, skills, important as this in understanding and dealing with our brains and minds. “Why do we do what and practice. During the past decade, neuroscientists have we do, when we know what we know? We know better than to fall into the trap of substance learned more about human brain function than abuse, internalize unhealthy habits, procrastinate, research had provided during the previous fifty alienate, prevaricate, yell and lose composure years. As neuroscience researchers work to unravel the inner workings of the brain, we know over trifles, and, on occasion, engage in road rage. So why do we do what we do, when we more than ever about the mysteries, of where know what we know? Because we don’t always do emotions originate in the brain and the connecwhat we know. We do what we have learned! tions among instinct, intelligence, and emotion. Much of our learning takes place by unconThis work is yielding fascinating insights that we can use to understand how we react to situations scious modeling. Observation, Imitation, Repetition = Internalization. This edition of Psychology and people. The brain, which is a much more of Success is designed to make your definition of flexible organ than previously thought, can be success easier to actualize in your own life. Our consciously rewired to be more emotionally hope is that it will give you a clearer path as to: trainable, understanding, and sensitive. Recently, the convergence of behavioral psy• How to view your mind as your internal “softchology and neuroscience has become highly ware” program—containing attitudes, beliefs, sophisticated with major corporations hiring and habits that can be overwritten to produce neural research companies to understand desired results. employee and customer behavior from a new perspective. Just as yesterday’s world records are • How to treat your brain and central nervous system as your physiological “mission control today’s entry-level requirements, so too has a center” consisting of pre-programmed genetic new tipping point been reached in understanding data, as well as data based on past and present the secrets to motivating and communicating life experiences that prevent you from or proeffectively with the emerging leaders in our propel you toward completing your aspirations. fessional and personal lives. xii Introduction Copyright ©2020 McGraw-Hill Education • P rovide real-life useful daily examples and action steps on how to lead yourself and others to more effective interpersonal and intrapersonal communications, increased focus on primary priorities, a healthier, more optimistic view of the future, and how to handle setbacks, challenges, and difficult situations with resiliency and emotional intelligence. Denis Waitley Copyright ©2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies Preface Welcome to Psychology of Success. Success is a ­lifetime of personal fulfillment that comes from creating a sense of meaning in all aspects of life. To succeed in this way, students must take an ­active role in discover … Purchase answer to see full attachment Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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