Live your dreams: Step 1
Tags: ACHIEVEMENT motivation
- Getting the group to work. Jackson, Peter // CA Magazine;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 131 Issue 1, p41
Focuses on groups while highlighting guidelines to help groups become high-performing teams. Reference to a publication by John R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith in `The Wisdom of Teams'; Detailed information on the publication; Examination of the three step process followed by the board;...
- Post-it your path to success. Gitomer, Jeffrey // Central New Jersey Business;7/12/95, Vol. 8 Issue 15, p22
Discusses the benefits of using post-it-notes as a motivation tool to achieve selling success. Selection of places for posting the notes; Tips for goal-achievement; Growth of motivation levels after a period of getting used to the notes.
- Persons, situations, and state goals. Grove, J. Robert; Buckworth, Janet // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Jun1997, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p220
Presents a summary of an article in volume 14 of the `Journal of Sports Sciences,' on achievement goal orientations.
- Exploit your momentum. // Supervision;Jun95, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p26
Comments that the human tendency to relax and savor a particular achievement is bad psychology. Importance of tackling immediately the next problem or project; High level of enthusiasm.
- Six steps to getting what you want in life. McCaffrey, Mike // American Salesman;Aug96, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p6
Gives advice on achievement motivation. Focus on what an individual wants in life; Commitment to make up for shortcomings; Belief in one's self-image.
- The effects of progressive relaxation, mental practice, and hypnosis on athletic performance: A... Onestak, David M. // Journal of Sport Behavior;Dec91, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p247
Examines the use of progressive relaxation, mental practice and hypnosis to enhance athletic performance. Effect of anxiety on performance; Correction of dysfunctional thought, emotion and behavior to enhance skill; Success of athletes through use of intervention strategies.
- Measuring success. Lord, Melody // Australia's Parents;Aug/Sep97, Issue 100, p36
Looks at the benefits of family-friendly work practices, focusing on the success of these practices. Factors which contribute to the measuring of family-friendly work relationships; Comments from Dr. Graeme Russell of Macquarie University, New South Wales.
- Congenital dyschromatopsia and school achievement. Gallo, P. Grassivaro; Panza, M. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Apr98, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p563
Investigates the relationship between school achievement and congenital dyschromatopsy. Reference to traits of inspiration in dyschromate subjects; Data used in the study; Information on an Italian evaluation report for junior high school children; Differences emerging from subject matter;...
- The secret of getting things done. // Redbook;Sep98, Vol. 191 Issue 5, p86
Provides tips on how to motivate oneself to meet a goal or finishing a task.