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James O. Prochaska, Ph.D.

Professor and Director


Five Stages of Change
Dr. James Prochaska, a psychologist at the University of Rhode Island, developed
a widely influential model of the "stages of change."
1. Precontemplation - ("Never") : As far as I'm concerned, I don't have any prob
lems that need changing.
2. Contemplation - ("Someday") : I've been thinking that I wanted to change some
thing about myself.
3. Preparation - ("Soon") : I have decided to make changes in the next two weeks
.
4. Action - ("Now") : Anyone can talk about changing. I'm actually doing somethi
ng about it.
5. Maintenance - ("Forever") : I may need a boost right now to help me maintain
the changes I've already made.
============================
Benjamin Franklin's Thirteen Virtues
Some useful links
* 1. TEMPERANCE. Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.
* 2. SILENCE. Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid trifl
ing conversation.
* 3. ORDER. Let all your things have their places; let each part of your bus
iness have its time.
* 4. RESOLUTION. Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail wha
t you resolve.
* 5. FRUGALITY. Make no expense but to do good to others or yourself; i.e.,
waste nothing.
* 6. INDUSTRY. Lose no time; be always employed in something useful; cut off
all unnecessary actions.
* 7. SINCERITY. Use no hurtful deceit; think innocently and justly, and, if
you speak, speak accordingly.
* 8. JUSTICE. Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that ar
e your duty.
* 9. MODERATION. Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you t
hink they deserve.
* 10. CLEANLINESS. Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, clothes, or habitation
.
* 11.TRANQUILLITY. Be not disturbed at trifles, or at accidents common or un
avoidable.
* 12. CHASTITY. Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dull
ness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another's peace or reputation.
* 13. HUMILITY. Imitate Jesus and Socrates.
======================================
John Wooden's Seven Point Creed
John Robert Wooden (born October 14, 1910, in Martinsville, Indiana) is a member
of the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player (Class of 1961) and a coach (Cl
ass of 1973). He was the first person ever enshrined in both categories.
John Wooden's Seven Point Creed, given to him by his father Joshua upon his grad
uation from grammar school:
* Be true to yourself.
* Make each day your masterpiece.
* Help others.
* Drink deeply from good books, especially the Bible.
* Make friendship a fine art.
* Build a shelter against a rainy day.
* Pray for guidance and give thanks for your blessings every day.
=========================================
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Abraham Maslow in his book Motivation and Personality (1943)
1. Biological and Physiological needs - air, food, drink, shelter, warmth, se
x, sleep, etc.
2. Safety needs - protection from elements, security, order, law, limits, sta
bility, etc.
3. Belongingness and Love needs - work group, family, affection, relationship
s, etc.
4. Esteem needs - self-esteem, achievement, mastery, independence, status, do
minance, prestige, managerial responsibility, etc.
5. Self-Actualization needs - realising personal potential, self-fulfillment,
seeking personal growth and peak experiences.
==============================================
Cd # 23 & 24...The Driving Force: The six human needs.
Tony Robbins Six Human Needs
Tony Robbins in Unleash The Power Within
1. Certainty/Comfort. We all want comfort. And much of this comfort comes fro
m certainty. Of course there is no ABSOLUTE certainty, but we want certainty the
car will start, the water will flow from the tap when we turn it on and the cur
rency we use will hold its value.
2. Variety. At the same time we want certainty, we also crave variety. Parado
xically, there needs to be enough UNcertainty to provide spice and adventure in
our lives.
3. Significance. Deep down, we all want to be important. We want our life to
have meaning and significance. I can imagine no worse a death than to think my l
ife didn't matter.
4. Connection/Love. It would be hard to argue against the need for love. We w
ant to feel part of a community. We want to be cared for and cared about.
5. Growth. There could be some people who say they don't want to grow, but I
think they're simply fearful of doing soor perhaps NOT doing so. To become better
, to improve our skills, to stretch and excel may be more evident in some than o
thers, but it's there.
6. Contribution. The desire to contribute something of valueto help others, to
make the world a better place than we found it is in all of us.
======================================================
Zero-Based Thinking
Brian Tracy uses this concept in most of his books and seminars. To evaluate a s
ituation one considers the following question.
Knowing what I now know, would I get into this business/job/situation again?
If the answer is yes, then continue your evaluation of the situation and make re
levant changes.
But, if the answer is no, then the next step should be to get out of the situati
on as fast as possible, i.e. going back to zero; to before the situation started
; to the topmost square of the snakes and ladders game and starting from scratch
; start afresh.
More information about his books and seminars is available on his website : Bria
nTracy.com.
======================================================
Anthony Robbins or Tony Robbins,
(born Anthony J. Mahavorick on 29 February 1960 in North Hollywood, California,
U.S.)
Tony Robbins
audio Personal Power II
24 CDs
The 20 CDs that comprise the daily lessons discuss the following topics:
01: The Key to Personal power
02. The Controlling Force that Directs Your Life
03. Taking Control: The First Step
04. The Science of Success Conditioning
05. What Everyone Wants and How You Can Get It!
06. The Power of Focus
07. Values and Beliefs: The Source of Success or Failure
08. How to Take Complete Control of Your Life
09. The Power of "Why"
10. Creating Your Future: The Goal-Setting Workshop
11. Success Conditioning: The Power of Rituals
12. Anchoring Yourself to Success
13. How to Condition Yourself for Wealth
14. Ending Financial Self-Sabotage
15. Overcoming Fears of Failure and Success
16. Eliminating Self-Sabotage: Creating Unstoppable Self-Confidence
17. How to Increase Your Energy
18. The Power of Successful Relationships
19. How to Solve Problems Quickly and Effectively
20. My Personal Challenge to You
Personal Power II also includes The Driving Force: The Six Human Needs (Parts I
and II) on two CDs.
=========================================================
James O. Prochaska, Ph.D.
Professor and Director
Five Stages of Change
Dr. James Prochaska, a psychologist at the University of Rhode Island, developed
a widely influential model of the "stages of change."
1. Precontemplation - ("Never") : As far as I'm concerned, I don't have any prob
lems that need changing.
2. Contemplation - ("Someday") : I've been thinking that I wanted to change some
thing about myself.
3. Preparation - ("Soon") : I have decided to make changes in the next two weeks
.
4. Action - ("Now") : Anyone can talk about changing. I'm actually doing somethi
ng about it.
5. Maintenance - ("Forever") : I may need a boost right now to help me maintain
the changes I've already made.
============================
Benjamin Franklin's Thirteen Virtues
Some useful links
* 1. TEMPERANCE. Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.
* 2. SILENCE. Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid trifl
ing conversation.
* 3. ORDER. Let all your things have their places; let each part of your bus
iness have its time.
* 4. RESOLUTION. Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail wha
t you resolve.
* 5. FRUGALITY. Make no expense but to do good to others or yourself; i.e.,
waste nothing.
* 6. INDUSTRY. Lose no time; be always employed in something useful; cut off
all unnecessary actions.
* 7. SINCERITY. Use no hurtful deceit; think innocently and justly, and, if
you speak, speak accordingly.
* 8. JUSTICE. Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that ar
e your duty.
* 9. MODERATION. Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you t
hink they deserve.
* 10. CLEANLINESS. Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, clothes, or habitation
.
* 11.TRANQUILLITY. Be not disturbed at trifles, or at accidents common or un
avoidable.
* 12. CHASTITY. Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dull
ness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another's peace or reputation.
* 13. HUMILITY. Imitate Jesus and Socrates.
======================================
John Wooden's Seven Point Creed
John Robert Wooden (born October 14, 1910, in Martinsville, Indiana) is a member
of the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player (Class of 1961) and a coach (Cl
ass of 1973). He was the first person ever enshrined in both categories.
John Wooden's Seven Point Creed, given to him by his father Joshua upon his grad
uation from grammar school:
* Be true to yourself.
* Make each day your masterpiece.
* Help others.
* Drink deeply from good books, especially the Bible.
* Make friendship a fine art.
* Build a shelter against a rainy day.
* Pray for guidance and give thanks for your blessings every day.
=========================================
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Abraham Maslow in his book Motivation and Personality (1943)
1. Biological and Physiological needs - air, food, drink, shelter, warmth, se
x, sleep, etc.
2. Safety needs - protection from elements, security, order, law, limits, sta
bility, etc.
3. Belongingness and Love needs - work group, family, affection, relationship
s, etc.
4. Esteem needs - self-esteem, achievement, mastery, independence, status, do
minance, prestige, managerial responsibility, etc.
5. Self-Actualization needs - realising personal potential, self-fulfillment,
seeking personal growth and peak experiences.
==============================================
Cd # 23 & 24...The Driving Force: The six human needs.
Tony Robbins Six Human Needs
Tony Robbins in Unleash The Power Within
1. Certainty/Comfort. We all want comfort. And much of this comfort comes fro
m certainty. Of course there is no ABSOLUTE certainty, but we want certainty the
car will start, the water will flow from the tap when we turn it on and the cur
rency we use will hold its value.
2. Variety. At the same time we want certainty, we also crave variety. Parado
xically, there needs to be enough UNcertainty to provide spice and adventure in
our lives.
3. Significance. Deep down, we all want to be important. We want our life to
have meaning and significance. I can imagine no worse a death than to think my l
ife didn't matter.
4. Connection/Love. It would be hard to argue against the need for love. We w
ant to feel part of a community. We want to be cared for and cared about.
5. Growth. There could be some people who say they don't want to grow, but I
think they're simply fearful of doing soor perhaps NOT doing so. To become better
, to improve our skills, to stretch and excel may be more evident in some than o
thers, but it's there.
6. Contribution. The desire to contribute something of valueto help others, to
make the world a better place than we found it is in all of us.
======================================================
Zero-Based Thinking
Brian Tracy uses this concept in most of his books and seminars. To evaluate a s
ituation one considers the following question.
Knowing what I now know, would I get into this business/job/situation again?
If the answer is yes, then continue your evaluation of the situation and make re
levant changes.
But, if the answer is no, then the next step should be to get out of the situati
on as fast as possible, i.e. going back to zero; to before the situation started
; to the topmost square of the snakes and ladders game and starting from scratch
; start afresh.
More information about his books and seminars is available on his website : Bria
nTracy.com.
======================================================
Anthony Robbins or Tony Robbins,
(born Anthony J. Mahavorick on 29 February 1960 in North Hollywood, California,
U.S.)
Tony Robbins
audio Personal Power II
24 CDs
The 20 CDs that comprise the daily lessons discuss the following topics:
01: The Key to Personal power
02. The Controlling Force that Directs Your Life
03. Taking Control: The First Step
04. The Science of Success Conditioning
05. What Everyone Wants and How You Can Get It!
06. The Power of Focus
07. Values and Beliefs: The Source of Success or Failure
08. How to Take Complete Control of Your Life
09. The Power of "Why"
10. Creating Your Future: The Goal-Setting Workshop
11. Success Conditioning: The Power of Rituals
12. Anchoring Yourself to Success
13. How to Condition Yourself for Wealth
14. Ending Financial Self-Sabotage
15. Overcoming Fears of Failure and Success
16. Eliminating Self-Sabotage: Creating Unstoppable Self-Confidence
17. How to Increase Your Energy
18. The Power of Successful Relationships
19. How to Solve Problems Quickly and Effectively
20. My Personal Challenge to You
Personal Power II also includes The Driving Force: The Six Human Needs (Parts I
and II) on two CDs.
=========================================================
James O. Prochaska, Ph.D.
Professor and Director
Five Stages of Change
Dr. James Prochaska, a psychologist at the University of Rhode Island, developed
a widely influential model of the "stages of change."
1. Precontemplation - ("Never") : As far as I'm concerned, I don't have any prob
lems that need changing.
2. Contemplation - ("Someday") : I've been thinking that I wanted to change some
thing about myself.
3. Preparation - ("Soon") : I have decided to make changes in the next two weeks
.
4. Action - ("Now") : Anyone can talk about changing. I'm actually doing somethi
ng about it.
5. Maintenance - ("Forever") : I may need a boost right now to help me maintain
the changes I've already made.
============================
Benjamin Franklin's Thirteen Virtues
Some useful links
* 1. TEMPERANCE. Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.
* 2. SILENCE. Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid trifl
ing conversation.
* 3. ORDER. Let all your things have their places; let each part of your bus
iness have its time.
* 4. RESOLUTION. Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail wha
t you resolve.
* 5. FRUGALITY. Make no expense but to do good to others or yourself; i.e.,
waste nothing.
* 6. INDUSTRY. Lose no time; be always employed in something useful; cut off
all unnecessary actions.
* 7. SINCERITY. Use no hurtful deceit; think innocently and justly, and, if
you speak, speak accordingly.
* 8. JUSTICE. Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that ar
e your duty.
* 9. MODERATION. Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you t
hink they deserve.
* 10. CLEANLINESS. Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, clothes, or habitation
.
* 11.TRANQUILLITY. Be not disturbed at trifles, or at accidents common or un
avoidable.
* 12. CHASTITY. Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dull
ness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another's peace or reputation.
* 13. HUMILITY. Imitate Jesus and Socrates.
======================================
John Wooden's Seven Point Creed
John Robert Wooden (born October 14, 1910, in Martinsville, Indiana) is a member
of the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player (Class of 1961) and a coach (Cl
ass of 1973). He was the first person ever enshrined in both categories.
John Wooden's Seven Point Creed, given to him by his father Joshua upon his grad
uation from grammar school:
* Be true to yourself.
* Make each day your masterpiece.
* Help others.
* Drink deeply from good books, especially the Bible.
* Make friendship a fine art.
* Build a shelter against a rainy day.
* Pray for guidance and give thanks for your blessings every day.
=========================================
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Abraham Maslow in his book Motivation and Personality (1943)
1. Biological and Physiological needs - air, food, drink, shelter, warmth, se
x, sleep, etc.
2. Safety needs - protection from elements, security, order, law, limits, sta
bility, etc.
3. Belongingness and Love needs - work group, family, affection, relationship
s, etc.
4. Esteem needs - self-esteem, achievement, mastery, independence, status, do
minance, prestige, managerial responsibility, etc.
5. Self-Actualization needs - realising personal potential, self-fulfillment,
seeking personal growth and peak experiences.
==============================================
Cd # 23 & 24...The Driving Force: The six human needs.
Tony Robbins Six Human Needs
Tony Robbins in Unleash The Power Within
1. Certainty/Comfort. We all want comfort. And much of this comfort comes fro
m certainty. Of course there is no ABSOLUTE certainty, but we want certainty the
car will start, the water will flow from the tap when we turn it on and the cur
rency we use will hold its value.
2. Variety. At the same time we want certainty, we also crave variety. Parado
xically, there needs to be enough UNcertainty to provide spice and adventure in
our lives.
3. Significance. Deep down, we all want to be important. We want our life to
have meaning and significance. I can imagine no worse a death than to think my l
ife didn't matter.
4. Connection/Love. It would be hard to argue against the need for love. We w
ant to feel part of a community. We want to be cared for and cared about.
5. Growth. There could be some people who say they don't want to grow, but I
think they're simply fearful of doing soor perhaps NOT doing so. To become better
, to improve our skills, to stretch and excel may be more evident in some than o
thers, but it's there.
6. Contribution. The desire to contribute something of valueto help others, to
make the world a better place than we found it is in all of us.
======================================================
Zero-Based Thinking
Brian Tracy uses this concept in most of his books and seminars. To evaluate a s
ituation one considers the following question.
Knowing what I now know, would I get into this business/job/situation again?
If the answer is yes, then continue your evaluation of the situation and make re
levant changes.
But, if the answer is no, then the next step should be to get out of the situati
on as fast as possible, i.e. going back to zero; to before the situation started
; to the topmost square of the snakes and ladders game and starting from scratch
; start afresh.
More information about his books and seminars is available on his website : Bria
nTracy.com.
======================================================
Anthony Robbins or Tony Robbins,
(born Anthony J. Mahavorick on 29 February 1960 in North Hollywood, California,
U.S.)
Tony Robbins
audio Personal Power II
24 CDs
The 20 CDs that comprise the daily lessons discuss the following topics:
01: The Key to Personal power
02. The Controlling Force that Directs Your Life
03. Taking Control: The First Step
04. The Science of Success Conditioning
05. What Everyone Wants and How You Can Get It!
06. The Power of Focus
07. Values and Beliefs: The Source of Success or Failure
08. How to Take Complete Control of Your Life
09. The Power of "Why"
10. Creating Your Future: The Goal-Setting Workshop
11. Success Conditioning: The Power of Rituals
12. Anchoring Yourself to Success
13. How to Condition Yourself for Wealth
14. Ending Financial Self-Sabotage
15. Overcoming Fears of Failure and Success
16. Eliminating Self-Sabotage: Creating Unstoppable Self-Confidence
17. How to Increase Your Energy
18. The Power of Successful Relationships
19. How to Solve Problems Quickly and Effectively
20. My Personal Challenge to You
Personal Power II also includes The Driving Force: The Six Human Needs (Parts I
and II) on two CDs.
=========================================================