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Transcript of Robusthed
What are my strenghts and weaknesses?
Create your personal vision
In 20 years, looking back at my life, what will matter to me that I have achieved?
You are smart
You have so many
You are bombarded
with thoughts on
what you should do
with your life
"I wont decide"
"I just take it as it comes"
You need a vision exactly because opportunities are so many
It is not a roadmap you need
It is not about career planning
It is a vision that allows you to navigate, prioritize and make decisions on what is important to yourself
Poetry that makes people cry
The best economic model ever
Saved the orangutang
Fame and prestigue
A more sustainable world
A lot of money
Cure for cancer
A book on the tuaregs
Find something you are good at - and become really good at it by working hard
How do you create the best possible version of yourself?
Am I a reader?
Am I a writer?
Am I a listener?
Do I prefer predictability or chaos?
Do I like to work with people or alone?
Do I like big or small organisations?
What am I good at?
How do I work and how do I perform?
What are my values?
What kind of person do I want to see
in the mirror in the morning?
Successful careers are not planned. They
develop because people know their strenghts, their method of work and their values
Address your weaknesses so they
don't overshadow your strenghts
"I think about all the things I've done. And all of the things I didn't do. The mistakes I made are dead to me. But I can't take back the things I never did"
- Oskars grandma
Extremely Loud, Incredibly Close
By Jonathan Safran Foer
Manage your energy
Eat well - and small meals
Notice signs of energy flagging
Take brief regular breaks
Defuse negative emotions
by breathing deeply
Fuel positive emotions in yourself by expressing
appreciation to others in detailed specific terms
Look at upsetting situations through new lenses
Reduce interruptions by performing high concentration tasks away from phones and e-mail
Respond to emails and voice mails at designated times during the day
Identify the most important challenge for the next
day and make it your first priority when you arrive at work in the morning
Identify your sweet spot activities - those that
give you feelings of effectiveness, absorption and fulfillment
Live your core values
Allocate time and energy to what you
consider most important
And when you feel overwhelmed...
Take a deep breath
Ask for help
Break large tasks
into smaller ones
Be realistic. Don't plan for
Accept that change is a part of living. Certain goals may no longer be attainable as a result of adverse situations. Accepting circumstances that cannot be changed can help you focus on circumstances that you CAN alter.
Be inventive and make most of what you have and put resources to unfamiliar materials.
Decision making and action
Decide and take steps to carry out plans. It produces stress to go over and over the same thing without acting on it
Act on adverse situations as much as you can. Take decisive actions, rather than detaching completely from problems and stresses and wishing they would just go away. That often only makes things worse.
Look at the problem from the inside.
Analyze it in order to find a solution
Look at the problem from the outside. Accept that it is there. What does it do to you? What feelings does it create?
Trust your instincts
and your gut feelings but...
...be aware of the decision traps
The framing trap
The status quo trap
The sunk cost trap
The confirming evidence trap
The overconfidence trap
Don't let papers accumulate but try to
act on, file or toss every document you touch.
OHIO; only handle information once!
Don't overdo everything. You do not have to
be perfect in all that you do. Spend the most time
on the most important things.
Use a to do list or note system to take pressure
off your mental circuits. But use one that you trust.
Learn to say no - to the right things
You can’t change mistakes, but you
can choose how to respond to them.
Maintain a hopeful outlook. An optimistic outlook enables you to expect that good things will happen in your life. Try visualizing what you want, rather than worrying about what you fear.
Focus on what you have
and not on what you don't have
Don't be a victim. Seek ways to influence regardless of the situation
Don’t equate making mistakes
with being a mistake.
Watch out for the "performance mode".
In this mode...
...a mistake is a failure
...the mistake is made because
you are not intelligent enough
...if you encounter something difficult
it is because you are not good enough
...your drive becomes to avoid making mistakes which fosters an approach deprived of enjoyment
In a development mode...
...mistakes are a chance to learn and improve
...intelligence evolves as
you meet new challenges
...if you encounter something difficult it is a chance to learn new things
Your drive is to do your best while learning the most you can which fosters an approach of enthusiasm, energy and fun.
What kinds of changes are required to avoid making this mistake again?
Get past your doubts and get back in the game
Don’t over-compensate: the next situation won’t be the same as the last.
Avoid seeing crises as insurmountable problems. You can't change the fact that highly stressful events happen, but you can change how you interpret and respond to these events. Try looking beyond the present to how future circumstances may be a little better.
If a mistake happens accept the
responsibility - it makes learning possible
Break down the chronology and clearly define (your recollection of) the sequence of events
What small mistakes, in sequence, contributed to the bigger mistake?
Are there alternatives you should have considered but did not?
How do you think your behavior should/would change in you were in a similar situation again?
The art of the art is picking your limits. That is the autonomy I most cherish. Freedom to pick your boundaries.
- Seth Goden
The funny things is that in the development mode you perform better than in the performance mode