Professionalism

COMFORT ZONE
An area where you feel you function better.
SCOTOMAS
A blind spot or locking out of information.
SUBCONSCIOUS
Level of mind containing memories.
PERCEPTION
How you view things; mental process to assist with memory.
POTENTIAL
A strong possibility to develop areas of strength.
SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY
Predictions come true because you believe them.
BELIEF
Acceptance of statements, teachings or ideas.
GOAL
An end which we seek.
VISUALIZATION
To recall or form mental issues from the imagination.
ANXIETY
An emotional state of dread or distress; scared.
“AH HA” MOMENT
An insight; sudden realization of new information.
“SURE ENOUGH” PRINCIPLE
By believing something will happen, it will.
RETICULAR ACTIVATING SYSTEM
A network of neurons in the brainstem involved in consciousness, reguulation of breathing; the transmission of sensory stimuli to higher brain centers; a primary alert to awareness network that may function differently in varying degrees of consciousness
LOCK ON/LOCK OUT
When you lock on to ideas that lock yyou out of your true potential; vice versa
THE DIMENSIONS OF SELF-TALK
How one talks or reaffirms to oneself when one reacts to one’s own evaluation, or other’s evaluations of one’s performance.
CREATIVE SUBCONSCIOUS
The source of mental processes that leads to solutions, ideas, conceptualizations, artistic forms, theories or products that are unique and novel.
SELF-ESTEEM
The degree to which one values oneself; the worth/value of the picture.
GARBAGE IN/GARBAGE OUT
;Meaningless or unwanted data.
TRUTH
A characteristic of a proposition,statement, or belief that corresponds with reality, as it is known, possibly based on an earlier evaluative process.
SELF-REGULATE
Adhering to and following an internal standard.
MINDSET
A pattern of thought.
EMOTION
An experience of feeling as opposed to thinking.
SANCTION
To give approval to; to agree with.
CREATIVE AVOIDANCE
A movement away from an object or goal by means of the imagination with the intent of anxiety reduction; i.e. Procrastination.
SECOND NATURE
An aquired habit or tendency, so deeply ingrained as to appear automatic.
ASSIMILATION
The incorporating of an idea or thought into the subconscious; the absorption or process of incoporating something external into one’s body or cognitive processes;making new visions a part of our lives.
AFFIRMATIONS
A statement of fact; an internal, cognitive act that establishes a specific course, direction, outcome, or state of being for the future; a conformation or ratification of the truth.
COLLECTIVE TRUTH
Ideas or beliefs held to be true by a group, team, or organization.
CONSCIOUS
The aspect of the mind that encompasses all that one is mementarily aware of; that is, those aspects of mental life that one is attending to.
SIGNIFICANT
To make a difference; may be positive or negative.
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
I x V = R
Imagination times vividness equals reality (in the subconscious).
HABIT
A learned act; a pattern of activity that has, through repetition, become automatic, fixed and easily and effortlessly carried out.
ACCOUNTABILITY
Responsible; answerable for an outcome.
5 KEYS OF PROFESSIONALISM
Attitude, Conduct, Competency, Excellence and Character

ATTITUDE

(5 Keys of Professionalism)

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A consciously held belief or opinion; your mental outlook.

CONDUCT

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How you deal with others.

COMPENTENCY

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Your degree of expertise.

EXCELLENCE

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Your commitment to quality.

CHARACTER

(5 Keys of Professionalism)

 

Who you are and what you stand for.

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