Monday Updates and Weekly Schedules
STARTER- Finish any assignments from last week, think about the spot you want to purchase for the quarter, be ready to get started on Lessons- 5 Mins First Payments Property Auctions and Purchases/Seating Assigned Reminder of Rules, Laws, and purchasing power of your income Explanation of Collaboration in Canvas, Note catchers and Group Work Researching Business Law Start of Lesson 1- Personal Development Picking your book for Semester Final Start of Lesson if Time allows
Semester Final Personal Development
Picking a Book in the Field of Personal Development Finance Economics Self Esteem Leadership Communication Business Success Or other types but must be approved by me
Semester Final Personal Development
There will be required periodic Discussion posts in Canvas and weekly readings for starters There will be specific topics and requirements for these posts Periodic Assignment requirements throughout the semester Final Assignment is a Report to me and a presentation to the class You must have a book picked, approved, and started by SEP. 1st
STARTER: Should we focus more on cultivating a positive outlook in life, even when faced with challenges, or is it more beneficial to face the harsh realities of life with a realistic, negative perspective? 3-4 sentences
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In one word, describe what personal development means to you.
Vocabulary to Know
Self-Image mental picture a person has of himself or herself Self-Esteem person’s overall sense of worth or personal value Affirmation statement showing a strong belief in or dedication to something
Self Esteem Video
Think Privately while watching this video, what questions or ideas does this video bring up in you? What about age, does it matter with regards to self-esteem?
Develop healthy habits like getting enough sleep, exercising, and eating healthy. Develop problem solving skills to get through difficult situations. Set goals and create a plan to achieve them.
Personal Development for Life
Goal Setting: the process of setting objectives to be reached in a certain amount of time. It involves breaking down larger goals into smaller, achievable steps. Self-Awareness: the ability to understand and recognize one’s own emotions, values, strengths, and weaknesses. Time Management: the ability to use one’s time effectively in order to accomplish specific tasks or goals.
The study of personal development is considered to be the fastest-growing field in psychology today. Studies have shown that there is a positive correlation between personal development activities and increased levels of happiness and life satisfaction. Engaging in regular personal development activities can increase empathy, reduce stress, and help you become more resilient in the face of life’s challenges.
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What positive affirmations do you want to write for yourself? How will you use them in your daily life?
How do you decide which book to read for the semester? What criteria do you use to make your decision?
What are the benefits of using positive affirmations and how can they help you reach your goals?
How does reading have an impact on personal development and how can it help you grow?
Question: What are some ways to develop personal skills that will help you succeed in life? Clues: • Think about what you want to accomplish in life. • Identify the skills or qualities you need to develop to reach your goals. • Find resources to help you build these skills. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Make a list of goals you want to reach in life and the skills you need to get there. B. Create a plan for how you will develop these skills over time.
What does the acronym SMART stand for when setting goals?
- Strengths, Motivation, Action plan, Results-oriented, Trackable
- Simple, Meaningful, Actionable, Realistic, Timely
- Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound
Which of the following is not a common time management technique?
- Eating frogs
- Eisenhower Matrix
- Pomodoro Technique
What is the concept of 'growth mindset' in personal development?
- Setting long-term goals without a timeframe
- Believing that abilities and intelligence can be developed through effort and learning
- The ability to multitask effectively
What does the term 'work-life balance' refer to?
- Putting work before personal relationships
- Achieving a healthy equilibrium between one's professional and personal life
- Working long hours without taking breaks or vacations
What is the importance of self-reflection in personal development?
- Self-reflection is not necessary for personal growth
- It helps in avoiding mistakes by relying on others' opinions only
- It allows individuals to learn from their experiences and improve themselves
Work together in pairs: What are three strategies you can use to help you reach your personal development goals?