Flashcards in Life calling Ch. 5 Deck (46):
What are the eight steps of High level of emotional intelligence?
2. Persist in the face of frustrations
3. Impulse control
4. Delayed gratification
5. Regulate one's mood
6. Keeping distress from swamping your ability to think
7. To emphasize
8. To hope
useful or valuable quality or thing that is an advantage or resource
combination of plans, organization, details, features, and structure of an entity
act or condition of not achieving something desired, planned, or attempted
sensations experienced when one is stirred internally from non-physical sources
of or relating to holism (a theory that the universe and especially living nature is correctly seen in terms of interacting wholes)
a multidimensional arrangement that correlates two or more qualities to a single item
condition of being only ordinary or of moderate quality; neither good nor bad; barely adequate
capacity to respond to or be susceptible to sensory stimuli
qualities or features that bring power, force, vigor, or sustenance
achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted
the interaction of elements in such a way that when they combine, they produce a total effect that is greater than the sum of the contributions made by the individual elements
beyond ordinary or common experience, thought, or belief; existing above and independent of the ordinary range of perception in the material universe and space-time continuum
state of being the only one or the sole example; single; solitary in type; having no like or equal
quality or feature that is inadequate or defective
the power of control that the mind has over choosing one’s own actions
Strengths need to be examined from two perspectives:
1. assets-based perspective
2. a holistic perspective.
When do you reach a level of mediocrity?
When you focus on eliminating weaknesses
How do you reach success?
By leveraging your strengths
Words and language
Logic and numbers
Music, sound, rhythm
Body movement control
Images and space
Other people’s feelings
Truth and values
Sanctity of life
Five important domains are identified in the Strengths Matrix.
1. Physical Strengths
2. Emotional Strengths
3. Intellectual Strengths
4. Psychological strengths.
5. Spiritual Strengths
There is a second important axis on the Strengths Matrix. This axis, running across the top, identifies four crucial dimensions in each of the five strengths domains.
The capacity of your life that gives your body distinct features and enables you to perform actions with your body.
The capacity of your life that enables you to correctly experience and use feelings and sensibility.
The capacity of your life that enables you to acquire knowledge and develop an ever-expanding understanding of this knowledge in a manner that produces wisdom.
The capacity of your life that enables you to exercise your will in deciding on courses of action.
The capacity of your life that enables you to discern and respond in service to transcendental supernatural inner leading of God.
Capabilities and features in a strength dimension that came into your life without your own doing. You were basically born with these.
Information and understanding you gain by learning about a strength dimension and how to incorporate it into your life.
Abilities you develop in a strength dimension by repeated practice of the disciplines and actions associated with the dimension.
Frame of mind that you develop and adopt reflecting your beliefs and values concerning a strengths domain.
Your overall strength in a domain is determined by the synergistic combination of all four dimensions.
Biblical example of "You Are Fearfully and Wonderfully Made"?
Biblical example of "Love God with All That You Have"?
Biblical example of "God Has a Sizeable Investment in You and Expects You to Use It"?