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Paradigms and Principles Lecture
Transcript of Paradigms and Principles Lecture
have a computer in their room."
Kenneth Olsen, President and Founder of
Digital Equipment Corporation, in 1977 "Airplanes are interesting toys
but of no military value. Marshal Ferdinand Fock
French Miliary Stategist and
Future World War 1 Commander,
in 1911 Dr. Lee De Frost, Inventor of the Audion Tube
and Father of Radio, on Feb. 25, 1967 "[Man will never reach the moon]
regardless of all future
scientific advancements" "[Television] won't be able to hold on
to any market it captures after the first six months. People will soon get tired
of staring at a plywood box every night." Darryl F. Zanuck, Head of 20th Century-Fox,
in 1946 Decca Records rejecting the Beatles, in 1962 "We don't like their sound. Groups
of guitars are on the way out" Dr. Ian G. Macdonald, Los Angeles Surgeon,
as quoted in Newsweek, Nov. 18, 1969 "For the majority of people, the use of
tobacco has a beneficial effect." Western Union Internal Memo, in 1876 "This 'telephone' has too many shortcomings
to be seriously considered as a means of
communication. The device is inherently
of no value to us." Ptolemy, the Great Egyptian Astronomer,
in the second century "The earth is the center of the universe." Written by King George III of England
on July 4, 1776 "Nothing of importance happened today." Charles H. Duell, U.S. Commissioner of Patents,
in 1899 "Everything that can be invented
has been invented." What is your definition
of leadership? The leader always sets the trail for others to follow. The definition of leadership is Influence Let's talk about
Paradigms Define paradigms Your perception of things.
They are like the glasses.
What you see is what you get.
The wrong paradigm can
limit you from reaching your goals. These people missed out because
they had a negative paradigm. When you look at yourself through
your paradigm glasses, what do you see? What are the positive
things you see? What are the negative
things you see? Your Paradigms about yourself can do two things Positive paradigms of yourself can bring you up.
Negative paradigms of yourself can bring you down. Let's test your self-paradigms Yes or No 1. ... someone who cares about other's feelings. 2. ... good at school. 3. ... a kind person. 4. ... generally a happy person. 5. ...intelligent. 6. ...helpful. 7. ...a good athlete. 8. ...talented. 9. ...a go-getter. 10. ...a good member of my family. 11. ...a bad person. 12. ...lazy. 15. ...not good at anything. 16. ...not attractive. 17. ...not popular. 18. ...not a good friend. 19. ...not honest. 20. ...not reliable. 13. ...rarely happy. 14. ...not smart. Identify one or more negative paradigms.
Which negative paradigms would you like to change? Write "I am..." then start numbering. So, how in the world Do I change the
negative paradigms about myself? Spend time with someone who believes in you and recognizes your potential. For me, this person is: Drop friends who tear you down or believe you are like them. Friends I may
need to drop are: Try to see things from other people's point of view to shift the paradigm A situation I need to see the other side of is: