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1

The primary cause for someone to give up on living their life in the passionate pursuit of their dreams is:

They are afraid of disappointment

2

Which of the following is NOT a part of the three fold-sphere of foundational values

a. faith
b. character
c. service
d. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

3

Which of the following is NOT a part of the three-fold sphere of Personal Leadership

a. FAITH
b. vision
c. mission
d. actions

4

Which of the folowing is NOT a apart of the three-fold sphere of Unique Design

a. strengths
b. experiences
c. passions
d. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

5

This is the process of collecting and making sense of the events of our lives

Life Mapping

6

when you find patterns from the past that are occurring right now to help you prepare for what may happen

Analyzing trends

7

The writings of others throghout history that provides insight and valuable lessons learned

Classics

8

The people in your life that are trusted counselor or teacher who will walk alongside you

Mentors

9

The people in your life that you are around the most

Family

10

The people in your life that are successful in the areas of work, family or service

modelers

11

The study of ultimate meaning in the human experience

Philosophical

12

The study of human characteristics and dynamics that hlp you understand what kind of person you are

scientific

13

unplanned moments taht form our experience

circumstantial

14

hen you quietly contemplate the meaning of what you have learned

meditating

15

the skill of acting in a non-judgemental manner rather than jumping to conclusions about what's being said or already planning

listening

16

thinking about what you have learned in a written form

journaling

17

what is the purpose of taking this course, LDR 105: An Introduction to Life Calling

It is intented to build unshakable confidence in your life choices

18

The belief that life and behavior is ruled by other people and circumstances that your believe is outside your control

external locus of control

19

the belief that life and behavior is ruled by ones own personal decisions and actions

Internal locus of control

20

the act of focusing upon multiple areas of what you are good at, rather than just one.

Comprehensive

21

this is the act of focusing upon what you are good at

strengths

22

when you ask yoruself and others to confirm if you are actually good at waht you think you're good at

validation

23

individuals such as pastors, youth ministers and teachers who have trained people in life development

para-professional

24

individuals who are trained to help you in the exploration process

professional

25

Individuals such as family memers and friends whom you can count on for good advice

non-professional

26

a viewpoint that defines beauty as the God-created internal qualities of an individual

supernatural

27

a viewpoint that defines beauty as the outward physical form and personalty of an individual

naturalist

28

when having a supernaturalist viewpoint about the origins of life, one believes that there is ____________ creation

intentional

29

when having a supernaturalist viewpoint about the blueprint of life, one believes that there is a deliberate _______

design

30

when having a supernaturalist viewpoint about the guidance of life, one believes that everyone has a unique _______

purpose

31

when having a naturalist viewpoint about the results in life, one believes that we will find a _________ niche

temporary

32

when having a naturlaist viewpoint about the guidance of life, one believes that our possabilities are filled with ____

chaos

33

this is of or pertaining to the aspect of human existence that is apart and distinguished from the physical nature

spiritual

34

this is a basic plan, scheme, or pattern that guides and controls function or development

design

35

this is a statement that is taken for granted

assumption

36

this is a truth known by actual experience or observation to exist or to have happened

fact

37

this is a state of utter confusion or disorder characterized by a total lack of organization

chaos

38

you have a _______ when there is a life-calling option taht attracts your curiosity

passion

39

you have a _______ when you begin to pursue an interest

desire

40

the action that comes from an initial drive of interest an individual has when attracted to something

desire

41

dreams _____ you when they drive you toward a course of action in your life

compel

42

dreams _____ you when they keep you moving toward your goal in life

propel

43

dreams ______ you when they cause you to actually start moving towards your goal in life

impel

44

our life is ____ when the principles we claim to believe for our lives equal the way we actually live our lives

congruent

45

our life is _____ when the principles we claim to believe for our lies does NOT equal the way we actually live

not congruent

46

the individual who illustrated how to stand firm in their moral conviction to challenge moral conviction to challenge moral wrongs even at their own peril

Bonhoeffer

47

this is the moral and ethical quality of people demonstrated in the actions taken in life consistent with the mind-set they establish in their lives

character

48

which biblical character was used in the text to illustrate how an individual's principles (living for God) did NOT equal what was actually done in their life (following their own direction)

King Saul

49

The individual who illustrated unshakable confidence in acknowledging that their talents came from God and were to be used to glorify God

Esther

50

Which biblical character was used to illustrate the confusion that results when we do not live in consistency with our beliefs

Judas Iscariat

51

which biblical character was used in the text to illustrate taht God will NOT give up on us despite our actions

Peter

52

which biblical character was used to illustrate that we can have faith in God's plan and purpose for our lives even when the circumstances don't seem like it

esther

53

this is the noblest form of love carried out in life's relationships

servanthood

54

this is a linking relationship and association that joins, unites, and binds us to one another

connection

55

this is a group sharing common characteristics, interests and heritage

community

56

this is an exertion of energy, power, or force to accomplish a desired end

action

57

stereotypes endure cause people tend to overestimate the association between variables that are only slightly correlated or not correlated at all - which is known as an

illusory correlation

58

stereotypes endure because people have a tendency to seek, interpret, and create information that verifies their existing beliefs- which is known as

confirmation bias

59

stereotypes endure when people believe that most other people share their stereotypes - this is known as:

false consensus bias

60

sycophants are an example of which stereotype

false consensus bias

61

someone saying "the reason why they are poor is because they are lazy" is an example of which stereotype

confirmation bias

62

someone saying "teenagers don't have respect for the sacrifices of older generations" is an example of which stereotype

confirmation bias

63

known as the process of displacing aggression or projecting guilt onto a group of people

scapegoating

64

the place where prejudices are learned through society where privileges are given to a select group

institutions

65

the place in society taht promotes prejudices through images using stereotypes

media

66

the act of individuals in society choosing to socially isolate themselves

social fragmentation

67

why does the act of individuals in society choosing to socially isolate themselves increase the probability of prejudice

group think

68

if the principles of our life do NOT match the way we actually live our lives, what are our only two options taht we have to amke them match up

1. change our principles
2. change our behavior

69

fill in the acronym T.E.A.C.H.E.R., which provides a ______ manner to find your _____ - _______ and allows you to _____ on course to _____ it through

Strategic
life-calling
stay
see

70

TEACHER acronym

theory
example
assessment
council
history
experience
reflection

71

list the (8) pillars of lifelong learning
H. A. L. P R. S. C. B

history
art
literature
philosophy
religion
science
citizenship
human behavior

72

these pillars of learning lierate you from

ignorance

73

these pillars of learning liberate you toward

creativity

74

list the (4) activities of the cycle diagram depicted to clarify and deepen your faith

hearing
reflecting
learning
practicing