The Four Temperaments that Determine the Way You Think and Act

SUMMARY

  • Temperaments are the hardwiring and natural ability to process thought.
  • No thought is generated without input.
  • Temperament, our hardwiring, is what processes inputs to formulate opinion, values, ethics, and behavior.
    • Four categories:
    • Choleric – the hard-driven type-A person who’s always going after it.
    • Phlegmatic – cool, casual, laid back, nothing seems to bother them.
    • Melancholic – likes a sense of order and has a sense of idealism.

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The Power of Delayed Gratification

SUMMARY

  • Delayed gratification is the practice of denial, detachment, or removal from something that you want.
  • Waiting to eat cookies until after dinner is a simple example of delayed gratification.
  • ‘Waiting to achieve’ is another form of delayed gratification when other priorities take precedent.
  • Delayed gratification is important because it’s a form of discipline.
  • Accomplishing a dream or a goal requires discipline to achieve. Keep in mind that part of that discipline is delayed gratification.

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What Is Behavior Modeling?

SUMMARY

  • Modeling is what we are doing with our behaviors, our words, our actions, and our thoughts. Those thoughts turn to reality and then to action.
  • Be conscious and careful of what you model. Others do what you do; not what you say.  A person in a position of authority, influence or leadership must be careful of what he/she models because that modeling will come back.  Model to be the best, and you’ll find opportunities open up to you.
  • Modeling can be generational. Sometimes,

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The Power of the Spoken Word

SUMMARY

  • What you speak is what you think; what you think is what you believe, and your belief controls your actions.
  • The association of words delivers a message, delivers instruction, and sends out a call to the world.
  • By speaking aloud, you engage with other senses; giving the want, need and desire to go into action.
  • The spoken word has the power to remain whether it’s positive or negative.
  • Learn to speak positively. Make it a habit for 21 days.

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The Reasons Why Habits Determine Your Success

SUMMARY

  • We learn habits They are environmental and can be taught.
  • What inputs do you put into your mind to create habits?
  • We can have a habit on how we think.
  • It takes about 21 days to create a habit. As you repeat an action often enough, it becomes engrained and part of your natural thought process.
  • To change a habit, start with 21 days. You don’t have to change the rest of your life;

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The Importance of Hope In Your Life

SUMMARY

  • Hope is having belief in something that isn’t seen.
  • Hope builds life, creates enthusiasm, and gives a torch to guide the way.  
  • Without hope, you are destined to the worst things in life instead of the best.
  • When a baby is born, there is great hope for that child’s success in life.
  • Parents keep belief alive because of their hope for a better future and better life for their child
  • Parents teach the child to avoid the moss-covered rocks of life and not slip and fall as they did.

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How to Become A Master of Your Own Domain of Time

SUMMARY

  • How do you manage your time? Are you effective?

  • Make a conscious decision to manage time and create priorities.

  • Be a good steward of your time.

  • By planning your time productivity in units, you can get more done in less time.

  • Time goes by whether you’re doing anything or not. Don’t procrastinate on the choices you need to make.

  • Do the things you have to do in a timely fashion. Then,

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Why Am I Not Getting Results?

SUMMARY

  • Take a look at your habits.
    • Do you read your dreams every day out loud?
    • Do you have a 10-10-10 list written?
    • Do you have affirmations written that you’re reading out loud every day?
    • Are you reading 10 to 15 minutes a day out of a positive mental attitude book?
    • Are you mentoring?
    • Are you in the pursuit of your dreams and goals?
  • If you’re employing E5 principles, usually, it’s just a minor adjustment to get the results you’re lacking.

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What Can I Do to Be In Submission?

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  • Having trouble being in submission? Odds are you have your arrows in.
  • Look further than yourself; look to others and your service to others in order to learn submissiveness.
  • Being submissive means not that you’re a door mat, but that you’re sub to the mission.
  • What’s your mission?
  • Be sub to that mission; put the mission above your wish, wants, needs, and desires.
  • Start by being in submission to your dreams,

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Why Being Teachable is Key to Your Success

SUMMARY

  • Teachability: your ability to be taught. Are you open-minded? Willing to listen? Learn? Apply what you’ve been taught?
  • Typically, the younger you are, the more teach-able you are.
  • Learning after you think you know it all is what matters.
  • Let the wisdom faucet pour into you. Allow the words of others to take root.
  • Whoever you allow yourself to be teachable with should have fruit on his/her tree.
  • No matter what your age,

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