Flashcards in Test 1 Deck (61):
Instead of finding a job or career, the goal of this class is for each of you to find a _______ __________.
In research, the author of our leadership textbook, Dr. Millard identified that people want their lives to be fulfilled by these three desires:
What is the three-fold manner in which the class will accomplish this goal?
Identify the irrevocable gifts you’ve received from God
Sharpen those gifts through study and practice
Apply those gifts to the needs of the age
Received direction from a dokey
Received direction from a burning bush
Received direction from a whale
The three who received direction from a vision
Received direction when putting out the fleece
Received direction from a still, small voice
The study of human characteristics and dynamics that help you understand what kind of person you are
Study of ultimate meaning in human experience
The creation of an affective plan or action for your life
Who you are around the most
Those who are successful in the areas of work, family, or service
A trusted counselor or teacher who will walk alongside you
These assessments emphasize the measurement of strengths rather than highlighting weaknesses
These assessments explore personalties by primarily examining attitudes, preferences, emotions, and predispositions
These assessments, while not totally separate from the characteristics of the other two areas, focus primarily on specific activities, jobs, careers, etc. that have a sustaining attractiom to individuals based on their uniqueness
Individuals trained to help you in the exploration process
Individuals such as pastors, youth ministers, and teachers who have trained people in life development
Family members and friends who you can count on for good advice
The process of collecting and making sense of the events in our lives
The writings of others throughout history to provide insight and powerful and valuable lessons learned
Finding patterns from the past that are occurring right now to prepare for what may happen
Activities we engage in specifically for the purpose of trying to gain information
Activities that provide direct information from the world of work
The skill of acting in a non-judgmental manner rather than simply judging what the other person is saying and either jumping to conclusions about what’s being said or already planning what you are going to say.
Quietly contemplating the meaning of what you just learned
Thinking about what you have learning in written form
The T.EA.C.H.E.R. acronym provides you a guide that can lead to developing ____________ _____________ in the choices and decisions of our life, if we are willing to put in the ______.
According to the author, what are the three important factors with those who are having a strong positive impact in your life:
They follow strong positive patterns
They live consistently
They have a good understanding of themselves
Life calling model
1. Foundational values
2. Unique design
3. Personal mission
In Christ we have been set free to be you God made us to be & to live the life God has called us to live.
The co-operative and competion models, teaching us to good understanding of ourselves.
You will be influenced by who you hang out with (wise & become wise; fools suffer harm).
The importance of learning from good mentors.
God’s commands result in knowledge & good judgment.
Our faith is to be found in God’s power, not in human wisdom.
1 Corinthians 2:1-5
Don’t be afraid to experiment and try out different interests. If you don’t try, you’ll never know.
1 Thessalonians 5:21
In the philosophy and teachings of Jesus, he identifed two kingdoms, which promote opposite life-paths.
Kingdom of heaven
Kingdom of earth
In the kingdom promoted by Jesus, He pointed out very emphatically cally that this kingdom is:
What are the three accomplishments of reflection?
Helps us remember what we have learned
Help us put in perspective what we have learned
Helps inspire us with a sense of Gods power to help us live put what we have learned
a personal creed that attempts to explain the reality of the universe and their own existence.
a fundamental, primary mental attitude from which all other aspects of existence are derived & interpreted.
a state of u er confusion or disorder characterized by a total lack of organization
of or pertaining to the aspect of human existence that is apart and distinguished from the physical nature.
a truth known by actual experience or observation to exist or to have happened.
something purposely meant to be done or brought about.
a basis, stated or assumed, on which reasoning proceeds.
mental acceptance of and conviction in the truth, actuality, or validity of something.
basic plan, scheme, or pattern that guides and controls function or development.