Flashcards in Narcisism & Life Calling chapter 14 & Steven Covey Deck (30):
Narcissus was the son of the river god ____________
Narcissus was the son of the nymph __________.
Narcissus is the origin of the term ____________
Narcissism which is a fixation with _________ and one's __________ ___________.
__________ realizes that Narcissus was proud and disdained all who loved him.
How did the person in the question above respond to Narcissus’ behavior?
Attracted Narcissus to a pool
What was the result of Narcissus’ temptation?
He drowned in an attempt to pursue what he could not attain – the experience of self-love
__________: defines the fundamental purpose of your existence, succinctly describing why you exist and what you are meant to do with your life.
_________: depicts a long-term view of the way your world will look in the future if you are successful in carrying out your mission.
__________: describes the strategy that culminates in you actually fulfilling your mission.
______________: situation with a good chance or prospect for advancement or success.
___________: any question or matter involving danger, doubt, uncertainty, or difficulty
____________ a system of principles used for guidance in practical affairs
___________: what one believes to have relative worth, merit, or importance.
___________: a compelling desire for some type of achievement or distinction.
___________: to make clear and distinct
_______: cause to move in a particular direction by or as if by a pulling force.
_____________: existing conditions or surroundings.
______: moral excellence
Frederick Buechner’s quote stating that individuals will find their life calling in “the _____ that you need most to do and that the _______ most needs to have done.”
Is our call to serve the world an optional one?
In teaching that we are to accept “who we are” are doing “what we are created to do”; the textbook used what teaching on the dynamics of Christians working together?
Body of Christ
We are to recognize which people will respond to us; the textbook used the example of how Paul was effective preaching to the __________, while Peter was most effective preaching to the _____.
_______ is an example of someone we learned about early in the school year who was never happy in accepting God’s role in his life.
What are the six concepts in the Great Commission (Matthew 18-20) that guide our personal mission and set the context for our overall Life Calling:
2. Make disciples
5. Have all authority
6. Christ is with you
What five areas did the textbook identify as the needs of the world that draw us?
5. Situations that we are currently encountering
What is a Win/Lose Situation?
Contains an attitude that everything is a competition, there can only be one winner in everything. All that matters is being the best, and personal relationships (like friendships) don't really matter. When someone else wins they feel jealous and may retaliate negatively (spreading rumors).
What is a Lose/Win situation?
A situation in which you give up never expressing your point of view or feelings about a situation. This can lead the "loser" feeling bad and this is unhealthy. You compromise to make others happy.
What is a lose/lose situation?
No one ends up winning, getting what they want or need. This involves an attitude that you I'm going to lose then you're coming with me, if I go done then you go down too.