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Seneff Exam 2
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trigger that tells your brain to go into automatic mode (ex. time, location, other people)
motivational force behind it (ex. you don't crave a cigarette, you crave the relief)
where action takes place
- complex or simple
- physical, mental, environmental
(ex. making your bed, exercising, reading before bed)
helps your brain figure out if this loop is worth remembering in the future
Steps to create good habits?
- make it obvious (ex. "I want to workout)
- make it easy (ex. lay out gym clothes the night before)
- make it attractive (ex. workout in the pool if you like to swim)
- make it satisfying (ex. buy a new pair of gym shoes)
Steps to remove bad habits?
- choose a substitute
- eliminate triggers
- increase awareness and track
- cue (ex. phone buzzes with new text)
- craving (ex. you want to check it)
- you realize something needs to change
- response (ex. you grab your phone)
- reward (ex. satisfy the need to read it - grabbing phone is associated with phone buzzing)
- take action and achieve desired change
What is identity-based habit change?
the person you believe to be based off your actions/what you do now
What is the difference between changing your outcomes, changing your process, and changing your identity?
Outcomes - concerned with changing your results (ex. wanting to lose weight)
Process - concerned with changing your habits (ex. start eating healthier or create a new gym routine)
Identity - concerned with changing your beliefs (ex. having a more positive self image and mindset)
Difference between difficult and toxic employees?
- people who understand boundaries
- can be taught and learn how to work with them
- no concept of boundaries or limits
- always looking for ways to spread their negative energy
Toxic employee persona - BULLDOZER?
- bulldozes their way through people's opinions, thoughts, and conversations
Toxic employee persona - PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE?
- doesn't speak their mind when upset
- avoids direct conflict
- backhanded comments
Toxic employee persona - PRIDEFUL?
- always right
- if wrong, slow to admit
- quick to brag
Common behaviors with toxic employees?
- backstabbing, criticizing, blaming
- gossiping/spreading rumors
- hoarding information
- caring about personal agendas
- agreeing during the meeting, but never follows through
Impact of a toxic employee in the workplace?
- quality of relationships determine a team's success or failure
- one toxic member can destroy a whole team
- creates unnecessary drama
- undermines the values of their leader or the company
How to effectively manage toxic employees?
- have an honest/candid conversation
- don't stoop to their level
- talk with your boss
- take care and focus on yourself
What is narcissism?
when people have an inflated sense of their own importance, need for excessive attention, troubled relationships, and lack of empathy for others
How narcissism differs within the 3 categories - leadership, vanity, and entitlement?
leadership - extraversion, high self-esteem, strong persistence toward goals
vanity - excessive pride in one's appearance and achievements, need to be the center of attention
entitlement - devalue others, use people as personal gains, feel above everyone else (ugliest facet)
Strategies to work with a narcissist?
- manage your own ego/expectations
- pick your battles
- set boundaries
- don't call them a narcissist
Difference between vulnerable and grandiose narcissism?
- prop up their confidence thru accolades of others
- sensitive to criticism
- likeable at first
- takes credit for your contributions
- you might have the change to be pulled up with them
Difference between narcissism and confidence?
Narcissism is self focused and craves attention
Confidence is not self focused and doesn't seek to prove itself
Benefits to having self-aware employees?
- more confident/creative
- make sound decisions
- build stronger relationships
- less likely to cheat, lie, or steal
Difference between internal and external self awareness?
Internal - how we see our own values, passions, aspirations, etc
External - understanding how others view us
What is introspection?
the examination of one's own mental and emotional processes
How does introspection differ from self awareness and how is it alike?
Similar because the attention is focused on us , yet different because we are analyzing and examining our emotional and mental processes rather than just realizing and understanding them on the surface
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