P3Pollyanna Power Principles Laura Deaton
Introduce yourself and sharesomething about yourself withthe person sitting next to you.
In just the last 6 years…
And…
Written by Eleanor Porter, 1913 Mary Pickford as Pollyanna, 1919
Pollyanna Principle #1WE ACCOMPLISH WHAT WE HOLDOURSELVES ACCOUNTABLE FOR.
“Action toward or involving others that reflects the integrity of the person I want to be.”
Pollyanna Principle #2EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US ISCREATING OUR PERSONAL FUTURE,EVERY DAY…
Whether we do so consciously…
Or not…
Pollyanna Principle #3WE ARE ALL INTERCONNECTED ANDINTERDEPENDENT…
Whether we acknowledge that…
Or not…
Pollyanna Principle #4“BEING THE CHANGE WE WANT TOSEE” MEANS WALKING THE TALK OFOUR VALUES.
CongruenceWhen people know that what you say is ontrack with what you value , and it is alsoaligned with what you do – you...
Pollyanna Principle #5STRENGTH BUILDS UPON OURSTRENGTHS, NOT OUR WEAKNESSES.
Pollyanna Principle # 6WE SUCCEED WHEN WE HAVESYSTEMS TO DO SO.
Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contempl...
Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contempl...
IntuitionAttentionIntentionPlay them as a chord…
The Looking Glass
Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contempl...
Identify your SELF and your VALUES
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Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contempl...
Beyond Downloading
Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contempl...
Health and Wellness FinancialSpirituality ...
VOJVOCVOF
The Everyday ChallengeWhat did I do today……to hold myself accountable?…to consciously create my future?…to acknowledge my ...
One of my favorites…“I have come to the frightening conclusion that I am thedecisive element. It is my personal approach t...
Questionsand Thoughts
The Pollyanna Principles1. We accomplish what we hold ourselves accountable for.2. Each and everyone of us is creating o...
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Pollyanna Power Principles

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. P3Pollyanna Power Principles Laura Deaton
  • 2. Introduce yourself and sharesomething about yourself withthe person sitting next to you.
  • 3. In just the last 6 years…
  • 4. And…
  • 5. Written by Eleanor Porter, 1913 Mary Pickford as Pollyanna, 1919
  • 6. Pollyanna Principle #1WE ACCOMPLISH WHAT WE HOLDOURSELVES ACCOUNTABLE FOR.
  • 7. “Action toward or involving others that reflects the integrity of the person I want to be.”
  • 8. Pollyanna Principle #2EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US ISCREATING OUR PERSONAL FUTURE,EVERY DAY…
  • 9. Whether we do so consciously…
  • 10. Or not…
  • 11. Pollyanna Principle #3WE ARE ALL INTERCONNECTED ANDINTERDEPENDENT…
  • 12. Whether we acknowledge that…
  • 13. Or not…
  • 14. Pollyanna Principle #4“BEING THE CHANGE WE WANT TOSEE” MEANS WALKING THE TALK OFOUR VALUES.
  • 15. CongruenceWhen people know that what you say is ontrack with what you value , and it is alsoaligned with what you do – your actions.
  • 16. Pollyanna Principle #5STRENGTH BUILDS UPON OURSTRENGTHS, NOT OUR WEAKNESSES.
  • 17. Pollyanna Principle # 6WE SUCCEED WHEN WE HAVESYSTEMS TO DO SO.
  • 18. Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contemplation, reflection, or meditation• Are servant leaders• Are strong communicators• Keep their eyes on the prize
  • 19. Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contemplation, reflection, or meditation• Are servant leaders• Are strong communicators• Keep their eyes on the prize
  • 20. IntuitionAttentionIntentionPlay them as a chord…
  • 21. The Looking Glass
  • 22. Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contemplation, reflection, or meditation• Are servant leaders• Are strong communicators• Keep their eyes on the prize
  • 23. Identify your SELF and your VALUES
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  • 25. Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contemplation, reflection, or meditation• Are servant leaders• Are strong communicators• Keep their eyes on the prize
  • 26. Beyond Downloading
  • 27. Successful Change Agents and Catalysts…• Are lifelong learners• Spend some portion of their days in contemplation, reflection, or meditation• Are servant leaders• Are strong communicators• Keep their eyes on the prize
  • 28. Health and Wellness FinancialSpirituality Security Goals Relationships Career and Family
  • 29. VOJVOCVOF
  • 30. The Everyday ChallengeWhat did I do today……to hold myself accountable?…to consciously create my future?…to acknowledge my interconnectedness andinterdependency?…to “walk the talk” of my values?…to leverage my strengths and the strengths ofothers?… to make sure that I do the same tomorrow?
  • 31. One of my favorites…“I have come to the frightening conclusion that I am thedecisive element. It is my personal approach that creates theclimate. It is my daily mood that makes the weather. I possesstremendous power to make life miserable or joyous. I can be atool of torture or an instrument of inspiration, I can humiliateor humor, hurt or heal. In all situations, it is my response thatdecides whether a crisis is escalated or de-escalated, and aperson is humanized or de-humanized. If we treat people asthey are, we make them worse. If we treat people as theyought to be, we help them become what they are capable ofbecoming.”~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • 32. Questionsand Thoughts
  • 33. The Pollyanna Principles1. We accomplish what we hold ourselves accountable for.2. Each and everyone of us is creating our personal future everyday, whether we do so consciously or not.3. We are all interconnected and interdependent, whether we acknowledge that, or not.4. “Being the change we want to see” means walking the talk of our values.5. Strengths build upon our strengths, not upon our weaknesses.6. We succeed when we have systems to do so.

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