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Behavioral Magic Show Presented by Steve Morgan.

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  • Behavioral Magic Show Presented by Steve Morgan
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  • THIS IS A STORY ABOUT FOUR PEOPLE: EVERYBODY, SOMBODY, ANYBODY, AND NOBODY. THERE WAS AN IMPORTANT JOB TO BE DONE AND EVERYBODY WAS ASKED TO DO IT. EVERYBODY WAS SURE SOMEBODY WOULD DO IT. ANYBODY COULD HAVE DONE IT, BUT NOBODY DID. SOMEBODY GOT ANGRY ABOUT THAT BECAUSE IT WAS EVERYBODYS JOB. EVERYBODY THOUGHT ANYBODY COULD DO IT, BUT NOBODY REALIZED THAT EVERYBODY WOULDNT DO IT. IT ENDED UP THAT EVERYBODY BLAMED SOMEBODY WHEN ACTUALLY NOBODY ASKED ANYBODY. BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • IT IS A MISTAKE TO ASSUME THAT YOUR PRESENT COMPETENCIES WILL TAKE YOU ALL THE WAY TO RETIREMENT BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • GIVE A PERSON A FISH AND THEY WILL EAT FOR A DAY. TEACH THEM TO FISH AND THEY WILL EAT FOR A LIFETIME. BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • TELL ME,,,, I FORGET. SHOW ME,,,, I REMEMBER. INVOLVE ME I,,,, I UNDERSTAND BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • Peoples behavior is not random. Everyones behavior will follow a generally consistent pattern over a long period of time. Because of this consistency it allows us to not only study but predict future behavior. BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • If you understand me better than I understand you, You can control the communication between us! If you understand me better than I understand myself, You can control Me!
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  • active/outgoing? Tell others what to do? D Uses I language Relate to others? I Uses we language Accepting of others? S Uses he/she/they language Assessing of others? C Uses IT language or reserved? D or I S or C BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • High D work tendencies HIGH EGO IMPATIENT DESIRES CHANGE FEAR- BEING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF MUST BE CONFRONTED WITH DIRECT QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
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  • HIGH I TENDENCIES EMOTIONAL PEOPLE ORIENTED DISORGANIZED FEAR- LOSS OF SOCIAL APPROVAL OPTIMISTIC
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  • HIGH S TENDENCIES LOYAL FAMILY ORIENTED POSSESSIVE FEAR- LOSS OF SECURITY OR MONEY SLOW TO CHANGE
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  • HIGH C TENDENCIES PERFECTIONIST SENSITIVE ACCURATE FEAR- CRITICISM NEEDS TO DEVELOP BROADER PERSPECTIVES
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  • active/outgoing? Tell others what to do? D Uses I language Relate to others? I Uses we language Accepting of others? S Uses he/she/they language Assessing of others? C Uses IT language or reserved? D or I S or C BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics I-I D-C D-S D-I D-D Poor 7 8 Fair 5 6 Good 3 4 Excellent 1 2 Styles
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics I-I D-C D-S D-I X OD-D Poor 7 8 Fair 5 6 Good 3 4 Excellent 1 2 Styles
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics I-I D-C D-S XOD-I X OD-D Poor 7 8 Fair 5 6 Good 3 4 Excellent 1 2 Styles
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics I-I D-C O XD-S XOD-I X OD-D Poor 7 8 Fair 5 6 Good 3 4 Excellent 1 2 Styles
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics I-I O XD-C O XD-S XOD-I X OD-D Poor 7 8 Fair 5 6 Good 3 4 Excellent 1 2 Styles
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics XOI-I O XD-C O XD-S XOD-I X OD-D Poor 7 8 Fair 5 6 Good 3 4 Excellent 1 2 Styles
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics StylesExcellent 1 2 Good 3 4 Fair 5 6 Poor 7 8 I - SXO I - C S - S S - C C - C
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics StylesExcellent 1 2 Good 3 4 Fair 5 6 Poor 7 8 I - SXO I - CX O S - S S - C C - C
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics StylesExcellent 1 2 Good 3 4 Fair 5 6 Poor 7 8 I - SXO I - CX O S - SO X S - C C - C
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics StylesExcellent 1 2 Good 3 4 Fair 5 6 Poor 7 8 I - SXO I - CX O S - SO X S - C O X C - C
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  • People Compatibility Work (x) & Social (0) Behavioral Characteristics StylesExcellent 1 2 Good 3 4 Fair 5 6 Poor 7 8 I - SXO I - CX O S - SO X S - C O X C - C O X
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  • Words to Live By Our words are seeds planted into other peoples lives. What you feed Grows!! What you starve -Dies!! Dont consume your tomorrows feeding on your yesterdays. There is no such thing in anyones life as an unimportant day.
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  • Words to Live By Making others better is a boomerang. A chip on the shoulder weighs a ton. What chances would you take today, if you Knew you wouldnt and couldnt Fail. The more frazzled we get, the more we try to control our world. The more we try to control our world, the more failure we experience. The more failure we experience the more Frazzled we get.
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  • Steve Morgan 348 Vinet Ave Jefferson, LA 70121-3332 504 908-1873 Stevemorgan@hotmail.com www.stevemorgan.ws
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  • Behavioral Magic Show DISC
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  • Words to Live By The best way to forget your own problems is to help someone else solve theirs. If you think youre too small to make a difference, you havent been in bed with a mosquito. Today is the day to decide to go THROUGH what you have been going through. Today is the first day of the rest of your lifemake it count Those who dont take chances dont make advances.
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  • The Challenge of change The Laws of Motivation You cannot motivate other people Everyone is motivated People are motivated for their reasons, not ours The only thing we can do is to create the environment, which will cause people to motivate themselves
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  • Words to Live By Growth comes from building on talents, gifts, and strengths not solving problems. A fool will loose tomorrow- reaching back for yesterday. The best time of the day is NOW! Fear and worry are interest paid in advance on something you may never own.
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  • active/outgoing? Tell others what to do? D Uses I language Relate to others? I Uses we language Accepting of others? S Uses he/she/they language Assessing of others? C Uses IT language or reserved? D or I S or C BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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  • Words to Live By Those who dont take chances dont make advances. When you refuse to change you end up in chains. Sometimes leadership is letting people do their jobsWillie Shoemaker, historys greatest jockey said he kept the lightest touch on the horses reins. The horse never knows I am there until he needs me.
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  • Words to Live By A smile is contagious; be a carrier. Hate is like acid. It can damage the vessel in which it is stored as well as destroy the object on which it is poured. Change is Inevitable--- Growth is an Option The only reason the Indian rain dance works is because they dont stop dancing until it rains.
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  • The Challenge of change Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Be Proactive Begin with the End in mind Put First things First Think Win-Win Seek first to Understand then to be Understood Synergize Sharpen the Saw
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  • Not a Test Describes Normal Behavior Designed by William Marston, Phd. The Emotions of Normal People BEHAVIORAL MAGIC SHOW
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