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A student's _________and _________________developed in school will determine the type of career they will have later.
The principles that master educators want their students to follow include value yourself, motivate yourself, expect to win, manage your goals, and
adopt a strong work ethic.
Highly successful people have a strong inner feeling of their own:
worth and value.
Believing in yourself allows you to use all your potential to take action and achieve results. This positive behavior is known as:
In order to build a strong self-belief and sense of self- esteem, have students:
identify what they view as their core values.
You practice your self-worth when you:
look your best and walk tall
Everyone loves the sound of their name; teach learners to pay value to their names by:
introducing themselves first by name.
using their names in conversation.
stating their names at the beginning of every phone call.
When we take time to develop a plan for self-improvement and individualized development, we might refer to it as:
planning our growth.
When someone pays a compliment to another it is courteous to say "thank you"; if you negate the compliment:
you disrespect yourself.
the person may consider you rude.
it suggests to the person paying the compliment that it
As educators we have high expectations for our students; we must also foster an attitude of positive expectancy and:
create a definite purpose for life.
Master educators know that external motivators will only last a short time; it is our responsibility to help the learner understand that:
true motivation is internal.
self-motivation is critical for success.
the energy for self-motivation lies in the learner's visions
for the future.
When learners are internally motivated they will be in control and:
maintain enthusiasm about life.
If the learner is motivated by desire and not by fear, the outcome will be:
Because, as the saying goes, "You can't soar like an eagle, when you work with turkeys," we must teach the learner to:
move toward positive concepts.
When self-motivation wanes, try:
to do something you love doing
Ways to renew your self-motivation include:
changing your vocabulary.
listing your desires.
reviewing your successes.
As educators we expect our students to succeed, and in the same way we should teach learners to expect:
Filling ourselves with positive emotions and attitude leaves no room for:
Being in a good place emotionally changes the body's production of hormones and antibodies and causes us to:
be happier and more energetic.
When asking questions about their perspective on life, learners need to reflect upon:
how they face roadblocks
their negativity or optimism.
whether they are healthy or sickly.
To improve expectations for success, learners need to expect the best by:
Confirmations of true statements that are recited daily and help manifest a more positive reality in our lives are referred
As educators we can model winning behaviors for our students, such as:
A powerful technique that can move us toward where we want to be in life is:
In order to fulfill what is required of us in goal management
the ability to relinquish our values.
less stress and anxiety.
better concentration and job performance.
more happiness than those who do not.
If students are having problems with goal management they should ask:
Is it moral, legal, and fair?
Do they want it or is it what their parents want for them?
ls there an emotional commitment?
in order to achieve our goals we must be patient, plan, and take action, Often it is the:
spreading ourselves too thin, trying to attain too
many goals at once, that prevents someone from goal
inability to stay focused that prevents someone from
fear of falling that prevents someone from goal
We instill in learners that the goals they set for themselves must be believable and that learners must:
visualize achieving them.
When learners are setting goals, the master educator will
success is not passive.
to set up a goal system that will work, your goals must be:
specific and relevant.
measurable and time-based.
Goals are considered long term if they are set to be achieved in:
more than five years.
When students are reviewing the strategies of effective goal management, they should consider:
their definition of success o failure.
Students committed to act on their goals should consider:
writing down short, intermediate, and long-tern goals and dividing them into workable segments.
A mnemonic acronym for success in goal management is:
It is prudent to periodically review and update your goals; as you grow your ideals will change. It is also proven that:
expecting perfection only leads to disappointment and failure.
When schools across the country were surveyed, ____________was listed as the most important educator characteristic.
strong work ethic
Master educators must provide the industry with trained workers who possess strong occupational skills and good work ethics as well as:
To be considered a winner in an organization, the employee:
shows up, on time, ready to work.
For our students to develop a strong work ethic, students and graduates will:
make a plan; create a "o-do" list of everything to accomplish.
set the alarm clock: be consistent with the plan.
build stamina; get exercise.
A person whose behavior is imitated by others and who has a strong work ethic that the learner would like to emulate would be referred to as a
When faced with a problem, do your best to be a problem solver and:
practice active listening.-
The best way to meet deadlines is to:
be persistent and stick to your projects.
Getting up in the morning to go to a job you do not enjoy is unpleasant, it is easier to love what you do. To get the job you love and keep it:
be a risk taker.
take pride in your work.
The beauty industry is one of the most powerful professions in the world, and the people we serve are our:
Our customers, including our students, should be given special treatment so that they will look forward to coming back. To retain clients we must make them feel that:
they are the purpose of our work.
Customer service is more than good hair, skin, and nail Care; it includes:
client focus; they are the purpose of our work.
the courteous and attentive treatment that we give Our clients.
treating our clients like ourselves, with the same feelings and emotions.
All clients who come into the school should feel special;, if treated in such an extraordinary manner the clients:
will feel special, and we will create loyal clients who will keep returning and tell others.
After working with a client, reflect on the service and evaluate your performance by asking:
Do I make eye contact?
Do I discuss the client's needs?
Am I am good listener?
A handshake will reveal a lot about you; when shaking hands use:
a dry, firm, full handshake.
Clients will want to return and will feel special when the team
learns client names.
keeps client records accurate.
recognizes first-time clients.
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