Paññāsāstra University of
Cambodia
Course: Personal Growth & Development
Lecturer: Prof. Kol Pheng
Prepared by Group 2
Cla...
 Ms. Sok Arunwattey(leader)
 Mr. Van Modavin
 Ms. Sokhom Romanea
 Mr. Or lineth
 Ms. Oum Ratha
 Ms. Chea Sotheary
 ...
Step 1:
Take Possession of
your own mind with
conviction
Take Possession of your own
mind with conviction
 Possession:: something that you own or
that you are carrying with you a...
 Each person has a brain and a
nervous system. They have inherited
the power to achieve in principle
anything in life.
 ...
 W. Clement Stone’s observation: You are
a mind with a body. You can control
your thoughts, control your emotions,
and or...
Say these will help you believe:
 I believe my mind is my own
 I believe I can take possession of my
own mind
 I believ...
 Your passion, emotions, instincts,
tendencies, feeling, moods, attitude,
and habits are all yours. You, yourself
have po...
Step 2:
Keep Your Mind on the
Things You Want and off
the Things You Don’t Want
Introduction
Once you take possession of
your own mind, you have to
keep control of it, the best way is
to keep it focused...
Keep Your Mind on the Thing You
Want and off the Thing You don’t Want
 Keep you mind focused on the
things you want to ac...
Conclusion
You must learn, therefore, to
discipline your thoughts and
visualize the things you want,
the wholesome charact...
Step 3:
LIVE THE GOLDEN RULE
Present by Group 2
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What’s the golden rule?
‘Do unto others as you would have
them do unto you.’
Introduction
It means that you treat other pe...
Living the Golden Rule
- Living the golden rule means you
must stand up for others, be their
guardian, protector, and advo...
 Share a portion of what you
have. In sharing with others,
you give away a portion of
your self, but that which
remains w...
When you share with others a part of what you
have, that which remains multiplies and grows.
 give a smile to everyone yo...
Give cheer-the
verbal sunshine
Give a pleasant
response – the
neutralizer of
irritants.
Living the Golden Rule
(cont.)
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Conclusion
 Treat other people as the
way you wish to be treated
 The more you help and give
happiness to other people,
...
Step 5:
Be happy! Make others
happy
Be happy! Make Other
Happy!!
o To be happy in our lives and make
other people happy is when we think
and act positively.
o...
 Positive Thinking is make our
lives success.
 Establish every day goal and
“You can’t change the past….,
but you can ru...
There are10 steps to be
happy
.
1. Savor Everyday Moments
“showed significant increases in happiness
and reductions in dep...
3. Put Money Low on the List
“People who put money high on their
priority list are more at risk for depression,
anxiety, a...
5. Take Initiative at Work
6. Make Friends, Treasure Family
“Happier people tend to have good
families, friends, and suppo...
7. Smile Even You don’t feel like it.
.
8. Say Thank You Like You Mean It
Pretend to listen or care
about someone’s
speech...
9. Get out and Exercise
10. Give It Away, Give It Away Now!
Make altruism and giving part of your life, and
be purposeful ...
Conclusion
Be happy! Make others happy! is
when we eliminate the negative
thought and keep our mind on
good, wholesome, co...
References
 http://www.yesmagazine.org
 http://www.webmd.com
 http://www.acupuncture-and-chinese-m
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Step 6:
FORM A HABIT OF
TOLERANCE
keep open-mind toward people.
Introduction
- Tolerance: respect what
other people believe in what
they want
- Form a Habit of Tolerance: try
to like and...
Form a Habit of Tolerance
 Try to learn from someone else and
share in the benefits of contagious
enthusiasm
 Everyday d...
Words from the Wise
“Do all the good you can
By all the means you can
In all the places you can
At all the times you can
T...
Conclusion
- Accept other people for what they
are and try to look for the good in
others and learn to like them.
- Everyd...
Step 7:
Give yourself positive
suggestions
Give yourself positive
suggestions
 The conscious mind is the quality or
state of self-awareness of being
aware of an ext...
Give yourself positive
suggestions
 The subconscious mind is a
composite of everything one sees,
hears and any informatio...
Give Yourself Positive
Suggestions
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Suggestion
• Any stimulus sent through your brain
through your five senses-sight,
hearing, touch, taste, or smell- is a
fo...
Self-Suggestion
• Self-Suggestion is the process of purposely and
deliberately offering stimuli to yourself in the form
of...
Auto-Suggestion
Auto-suggestion is the transmission and
communication of information stored in the
subconscious mind back...
“If you treat a person as he is, he will stay as he
is; but if you treat him as if he were what he
ought to be, he will be...
Step 8:
Use Your Power of
Prayer
“Whatsoever we beg of god, let
us also work for it.” – Jeremy
Scott
Introduction
What is prayer?
 Prayer is our relationship to God,
pure and simple.
 Prayer is not a science that must
be ...
What is the power of prayer?
 The power of prayer is first felt inside of
us
 The power of prayer is real and
palpable. ...
Use Your Power Of Prayer
 Use your power of prayer is the power
that comes to us when we realize that
God can be our poin...
Use Your Power Of
Prayer(cont.)
 In every storm that either
frowns or falls, what an asylum
has a soul in prayer.
 Use y...
Conclusion
Prayer is a sincere, sensible,
affectionate pouring out of
the soul to God. It can
bring our life go to the rig...
Step 9: Set Goals
“I always wanted to be somebody,
but I should have been more
specific.” – Lily Tomlin
Introduction
 Setting goals is one way to keep
your mind on the things you want,
and off the things you don’t
want.
What ...
The starting point for
achieving goals
 D - Determine
 E - Evaluate
 S - Set
 I - Identify
 R - Repeat
 E - Each day...
Conclusion
 Setting goals is one way to keep
your mind on the thing you want.
 D-E-S-I-R-E is the method you
can use to ...
Step 10:
Study, Think, and
Plan Daily
“You will never know what is enough
unless you know what is more than
enough.” – Wil...
Introduction
 Each day you need to spend
some time for yourself. This
time, which Napoleon Hill
called “study, think and ...
The Formula
 EACH DAY you spend private time with
yourself at least fifteen to twenty minutes
that you:
 Think about you...
LEARN BY DOING
Study, Think, and Plan Daily
 Get yourself ready for a future
lifetime of PMA excitement.
 Determine what...
Conclusion
Find the best time of day for you to
set aside for your studying, thinking,
and planning. You can set a goal fo...
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Napoleon Hill's Key to Positive Thinking

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Napoleon Hill's Key to Positive Thinking

  • 1. Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia Course: Personal Growth & Development Lecturer: Prof. Kol Pheng Prepared by Group 2 Class: Morning (T-TH) Napoleon Hill’s KEYS TO POSSITIVE THINKING
  • 2.  Ms. Sok Arunwattey(leader)  Mr. Van Modavin  Ms. Sokhom Romanea  Mr. Or lineth  Ms. Oum Ratha  Ms. Chea Sotheary  Mr. Ros Pangha Group Members2
  • 3. Step 1: Take Possession of your own mind with conviction
  • 4. Take Possession of your own mind with conviction  Possession:: something that you own or that you are carrying with you at any time  Mind: thinking, emotion, feeling, and understanding  Conviction: a strong opinion or belief  be the owner of your mind, thinking, emotion, feeling and act with strong belief. 4
  • 5.  Each person has a brain and a nervous system. They have inherited the power to achieve in principle anything in life.  Your passion, emotions, instincts, tendencies, feeling, moods, attitude, and habits are all yours to direct. Introduction5
  • 6.  W. Clement Stone’s observation: You are a mind with a body. You can control your thoughts, control your emotions, and ordain your destiny.  William James’s conviction: We become what we think about most of the time.  MPA’s quotients: You have unlimited mental capacities, but it is up to you to use this power of your mind to think positively, so that they all work to your advantage. Take Possession of your own mind with conviction 6
  • 7. Say these will help you believe:  I believe my mind is my own  I believe I can take possession of my own mind  I believe I can direct and control my emotions, moods, feelings, intellect, tendencies, attitude, passions, and habits with the intention of developing a positive mental attitude.  I will develop a positive mental attitude. Learn by doing Take Possession of your own mind with conviction 7
  • 8.  Your passion, emotions, instincts, tendencies, feeling, moods, attitude, and habits are all yours. You, yourself have power to control it.  Let control it positively. Conclusion My mind is my own I will control it! 8
  • 9. Step 2: Keep Your Mind on the Things You Want and off the Things You Don’t Want
  • 10. Introduction Once you take possession of your own mind, you have to keep control of it, the best way is to keep it focused on the things you want and off the things you don’t want. 10
  • 11. Keep Your Mind on the Thing You Want and off the Thing You don’t Want  Keep you mind focused on the things you want to achieve or stand for in life.  Use your brain for controlled optimistic thinking.  Take possession of your mind and direct it to images of your choosing. Do not let circumstances or people dictate negative visual images. 11
  • 12. Conclusion You must learn, therefore, to discipline your thoughts and visualize the things you want, the wholesome characteristics you wish to acquire. You have the power to direct your thoughts, control your emotions, and thus ordain your destiny. 12
  • 13. Step 3: LIVE THE GOLDEN RULE Present by Group 2 13
  • 14. What’s the golden rule? ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.’ Introduction It means that you treat other people as the way you wanted to be treated.
  • 15. Living the Golden Rule - Living the golden rule means you must stand up for others, be their guardian, protector, and advocate. - Look for the good in everyone and in every circumstance and be a good-finder, but not a fault-finder. - If you bring happiness to someone , it will return to you many times if you do it not for your own sake. 15
  • 16.  Share a portion of what you have. In sharing with others, you give away a portion of your self, but that which remains with you multiples and grows. Living the Golden Rule (cont.) 16
  • 17. When you share with others a part of what you have, that which remains multiplies and grows.  give a smile to everyone you meet.  give a kind word with a kindly thought behind the word.  give appreciation- warmth from the heart.  give honor, credit, and applause, the victor’s wreath.  give time for a worthy cause with eagerness.  give hope-the magic ingredient for success.  give happiness- a most treasured state of mind. Living the Golden Rule (cont.)17
  • 18. Give cheer-the verbal sunshine Give a pleasant response – the neutralizer of irritants. Living the Golden Rule (cont.) 18
  • 19. Conclusion  Treat other people as the way you wish to be treated  The more you help and give happiness to other people, the more you receive back from them. 19
  • 20. Step 5: Be happy! Make others happy
  • 21. Be happy! Make Other Happy!! o To be happy in our lives and make other people happy is when we think and act positively. o Positive thinking is a mental attitude in which you expect good and favorable results. o In other words, positive thinking is the process of creating thoughts that create and transform energy into reality. 21
  • 22.  Positive Thinking is make our lives success.  Establish every day goal and “You can’t change the past…., but you can ruin present buy worrying about the future” Be happy! Make Other Happy!! 22
  • 23. There are10 steps to be happy . 1. Savor Everyday Moments “showed significant increases in happiness and reductions in depression,” says psychologist Sonja Lyubomirsky. 2. Avoid Comparisons “Comparing ourselves with others can be damaging to happiness and self-esteem”, Lyubomirsky. 23
  • 24. 3. Put Money Low on the List “People who put money high on their priority list are more at risk for depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem”, Tim Kasser and Richard Ryan. 4. Have Meaningful Goals “As humans, we actually require a sense of meaning to thrive.” Harvard’s resident Pro. Tal Ben-Shahar. 24
  • 25. 5. Take Initiative at Work 6. Make Friends, Treasure Family “Happier people tend to have good families, friends, and supportive relationships,” Diener and Biswas- Diener How happy you are at work depends in part on how much initiative you take. 25
  • 26. 7. Smile Even You don’t feel like it. . 8. Say Thank You Like You Mean It Pretend to listen or care about someone’s speech. 26
  • 27. 9. Get out and Exercise 10. Give It Away, Give It Away Now! Make altruism and giving part of your life, and be purposeful about it: Researcher Stephen Post 27
  • 28. Conclusion Be happy! Make others happy! is when we eliminate the negative thought and keep our mind on good, wholesome, constructive thoughts, memories and experiences. 28
  • 29. References  http://www.yesmagazine.org  http://www.webmd.com  http://www.acupuncture-and-chinese-m 29
  • 30. Step 6: FORM A HABIT OF TOLERANCE keep open-mind toward people.
  • 31. Introduction - Tolerance: respect what other people believe in what they want - Form a Habit of Tolerance: try to like and accept people for who they are, but not demand them as you want them to be 31
  • 32. Form a Habit of Tolerance  Try to learn from someone else and share in the benefits of contagious enthusiasm  Everyday do a good deed.  Don’t let intolerant ideas absorbed from other people limit your own ideas of what you can achieve 32
  • 33. Words from the Wise “Do all the good you can By all the means you can In all the places you can At all the times you can To all the people you can As long as you ever can.” - John Wesley 33
  • 34. Conclusion - Accept other people for what they are and try to look for the good in others and learn to like them. - Everyday do a good deed. There’s no point to be mean which cause other people to get angry with negative result 34
  • 35. Step 7: Give yourself positive suggestions
  • 36. Give yourself positive suggestions  The conscious mind is the quality or state of self-awareness of being aware of an external object or something within oneself. It is It has been defined as: sentience, awareness, subjectivity, the ability to experience or to feel, wakefulness, having a sense of selfhood, and the executive control system of the mind…. 36
  • 37. Give yourself positive suggestions  The subconscious mind is a composite of everything one sees, hears and any information the mind collects that it cannot otherwise consciously process to make meaningful sense. 37
  • 38. Give Yourself Positive Suggestions 38
  • 39. Suggestion • Any stimulus sent through your brain through your five senses-sight, hearing, touch, taste, or smell- is a form of suggestion. • All of these are pathways by which external elements influence you every day of your life. • Everything you come in contact with is recorded in your subconscious mind by your five senses. 39
  • 40. Self-Suggestion • Self-Suggestion is the process of purposely and deliberately offering stimuli to yourself in the form of seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting, or smelling. • Use metal pictures or thoughts as a from of self- suggestion. • Under “suggestion,” you were warned to see to it that what enters your five senses is wholesome and gratifying. • Look for the good in whatever you see or hear or taste or smell or feel. 40
  • 41. Auto-Suggestion Auto-suggestion is the transmission and communication of information stored in the subconscious mind back to your conscious mind. This information to you in the form of ideas, dreams, feelings, concepts, principles, solutions, and thoughts. When you deliberately feed your mind with good, wholesome thoughts and information, and keep yourself in the proper frame of mind, you are supplying the subconscious with nourishing material to feel back to you. 41
  • 42. “If you treat a person as he is, he will stay as he is; but if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be, he will become what he ought to be and could be.” __ Johann Goethe “My philosophy is that only you are responsible for your life, but doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment.” __Oprah Winfrey 42
  • 43. Step 8: Use Your Power of Prayer “Whatsoever we beg of god, let us also work for it.” – Jeremy Scott
  • 44. Introduction What is prayer?  Prayer is our relationship to God, pure and simple.  Prayer is not a science that must be mastered in order to be effective  Prayer is a shield to the soul, a sacrifice to God, and a scourge for Satan. 44
  • 45. What is the power of prayer?  The power of prayer is first felt inside of us  The power of prayer is real and palpable. You can feel it and know it and depend on it.  The power of prayer is the constant renewal of perspective. Use Your Power of Prayer45
  • 46. Use Your Power Of Prayer  Use your power of prayer is the power that comes to us when we realize that God can be our point of reference in the midst of all the confusions of our daily lives, the steadfastness of God rather than the incomplete, fragile inconstancies of ourselves 46
  • 47. Use Your Power Of Prayer(cont.)  In every storm that either frowns or falls, what an asylum has a soul in prayer.  Use your power of Prayer is the last choice that we decide to do after we have no choice with science. 47
  • 48. Conclusion Prayer is a sincere, sensible, affectionate pouring out of the soul to God. It can bring our life go to the right way in daily lives. 48
  • 49. Step 9: Set Goals “I always wanted to be somebody, but I should have been more specific.” – Lily Tomlin
  • 50. Introduction  Setting goals is one way to keep your mind on the things you want, and off the things you don’t want. What is Goal? Goal is the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim or desired result. 50
  • 51. The starting point for achieving goals  D - Determine  E - Evaluate  S - Set  I - Identify  R - Repeat  E - Each day 51
  • 52. Conclusion  Setting goals is one way to keep your mind on the thing you want.  D-E-S-I-R-E is the method you can use to set and achieve any goals you choose.  Each and every day read your written statement aloud and visualize yourself in possession of your objective, see it. Feel it. Believe it. 52
  • 53. Step 10: Study, Think, and Plan Daily “You will never know what is enough unless you know what is more than enough.” – William Blake
  • 54. Introduction  Each day you need to spend some time for yourself. This time, which Napoleon Hill called “study, think and plan daily time”, is crucial to continuous self-improvement and development. 54
  • 55. The Formula  EACH DAY you spend private time with yourself at least fifteen to twenty minutes that you:  Think about your goals… with PMA.  Inspect your attitudes… with PMA.  Inspect your actions and your thinking… with PMA.  Read inspirational, self-help action material, if it is only a paragraph or a page… with PMA.  Take time to study, to think, and to plan… with PMA. 55
  • 56. LEARN BY DOING Study, Think, and Plan Daily  Get yourself ready for a future lifetime of PMA excitement.  Determine what principles can be applied to you.  Select an environment  Have a notepad and pencil or pen handy. 56
  • 57. Conclusion Find the best time of day for you to set aside for your studying, thinking, and planning. You can set a goal for yourself and attain it by changing only one thing about your life, your attitude to everyone and everything that you encounter for the better. 57

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