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The De-Re Concept II: TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Developmental Division

 

 

The De-Re Concepct: De-program the Negative Re-program the Positive from TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Developmental Division

 

De-program the Negative

Re-program Positive

  • “Bright-Ideas” are positive thoughts, constructive, useful thoughts!
  • “I was thinking” stops the negative, hurtful, harmful thoughts! A statement that puts the past in the past!
  • “What I can think”, brain storm more positive ways to discuss, describe or think about the situation.
  • “I now think” is a new statement to replace the negative thought!

What “oloy” & “ry” study that is Acquired: TMSC Consulting SVCS, llc Developmental Division

Criminology

Psychiatry Symbol

Psychology
*What intellectual information is acquired.

Sociology
*What habits are socially acquired.

Criminology
*What deviant criminal behaviors are acquired.

Psychiatry
*What intellectual biological functioning is acquired.

Tres Mali

Counseling Is…

Counseling Is…the mathematics of Life——-Problems solved through evaluative addition, subtraction, and arrangement of variables.
Tres Mali Scott

Book Review: Super Parenting Raising The Next Generation by Jacqueline P. Scott, Ed.D., M.B.A. and Olympia Ranee Scott

Have a dictionary ready, Super Parenting is a learning experience. New terms and ideas, the book is to raise the next generation. The twelve chapters are the handbook that did not come with your child:
1. Chapter One: What is SUPER Parenting?
2. Chapter Two: The Root of it All
3. Chapter Three: Physical Development
4. Chapter Four: Healthy Nutrition
5. Chapter Five: Mental Developmental
6. Chapter Six: Social-Emotional Development
7. Chapter Seven: The Nine Temperaments
8. Chapter Eight: Parenting Styles
9. Chapter Nine: Communication
10. Chapter Ten: Effective Discipline
11. Chapter Eleven: Child Safety
12. Chapter Twelve: Conclusion

To get the book, go to www.superparenting.com and don’t forget to have your credit card or checking account ready to order.

Enjoy learning and understanding that Super may not mean Perfect. Good Luck Parents!

Your Theory Tells…

Your Theory Tells…
*What your logos are.
*What your words are.
*What your causes are.
*What your sayings are.
*The discourse of therapy sessions.

Tres Mali

Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivations: How Do Managers and Leaders Balance Them?

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Extrinsic Motivations

Extrinsic motivations come from the outside world. Some call it peer pressure, social pressure, social norms, social values, etc. Many of these terms are looked at as negative. But many of them are necessary for social, moral, and economic stability. The term “pressure” implies that the person wants you to conform to something negative. But in reality, most of the “pressure” is to conform to the “norm” or to become the most “functional”. The highest level of functioning is “success”.

We measure extrinsic motivational success against the outside world, “achievement”, “recognition”, “status”, “promotions”, and “financial rewards”. 

Intrinsic Motivations

Intrinsic motivations come from our inner world. Some call it personal purpose, personal growth, life goals, charity, and social interests. These motivations are not measured against the outside world.

 

The key is to balance the need for external validation (Extrinsic) with self fulfillment (Intrinsic).

 

Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D., (ABD)

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