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Coach: Jean Noel Macaque
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Be Good to Your Self is Living a Fulfillment Life
Be Good to Your Self is Mastering Good Habits
Be Good to Your Self is ...
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Have a Balanced Living Life
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What is your Good Habits in daily life
1……………………………………………………………….
2……………………………………………………………….
3……………………………………………………………….
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What is your Bad Habits in daily life
1……………………………………………………………….
2……………………………………………………………….
3……………………………………………………………….
4...
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Anything we do automatically
without consciously thinking is a
Bad Habit
Bad Habits
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How many times have you tried to quit a bad habits?
How many times you found yourself powerless to get rid of
your bad h...
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What most people do not realize is that a bad habit is a vice
A bad habit is a deep-rooted reaction
When you have a cert...
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We knit a thread of our habits. We cord it every day
At last we cannot break it
The chains of our bad habits in daily li...
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Vice definition is an immoral habits
The establishing of vices in one’s life is the corruption
of the virtues
The opposi...
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Vice stands for practical bad habits of a person
Vice stands for immoral behavior of a person
Vice stands for immoral th...
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Vice are learned. Vice are assimilated, adapted and
developed during experience of life
A person becomes wicked due to h...
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Rage is a strong anger, often with a desire for revenge
Avarice is an irresistible desire to have more of something such...
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Cruelty, brutality, violence, anger, unkindness, greed,
vindictiveness, malice, eating, drinking, sex drive,
gambling, p...
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They corresponds to the virtues
Humility
Charity
Kindness
Patience
Chastity
Temperance
Diligence
Each vices has an oppos...
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Practical Exercise
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Virtue and vice explains the two faces of humans behavior
Difference virtue and vice
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Virtue stands for the good conducts, feelings and thoughts
Vices indicated the bad conducts, feelings and thoughts
Virtu...
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How in or out of shape you are is a result of your habits
How happy or unhappy you are is a result of your habits
How su...
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What you devote thinking about
What you repeatedly do each day
The things you believe
The personality that you portray
Y...
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Selfless, love, joy, peace, forgiveness,
kindness, benevolence, faithfulness,
gentleness, self-control……….
There is abso...
I am Diligent I am Helpful
I am Perseverant I am Gentle
I am Content I am Attentive
I am Honest I am Assertive
I am Kind ...
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What is your principal virtues ?
1……………………………………
2……………………………………
3……………………………………
4……………………………………
5……………………………………
Choosin...
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Choose To Make a Difference
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Live the Life You’ve always Dreamed of!
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Living Life to the Max Every Day
Living Life to the Fullest
Living Life
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Living Life (Mastering Good Habits)

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Living Life is to be Good to your Self and Good to others person in your family, environment and society. Living Life is to develop Good Attitudes, Good Habits.

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Living Life (Mastering Good Habits)

  1. 1. Coach: Jean Noel Macaque
  2. 2.  Be Good to Your Self is Living a Fulfillment Life Be Good to Your Self is Mastering Good Habits Be Good to Your Self is Breaking Bad Habits Living Life
  3. 3.  Have a Balanced Living Life
  4. 4.  What is your Good Habits in daily life 1………………………………………………………………. 2………………………………………………………………. 3………………………………………………………………. 4………………………………………………………………. 5……………………………………………………………...... We all have habits
  5. 5.  What is your Bad Habits in daily life 1………………………………………………………………. 2………………………………………………………………. 3………………………………………………………………. 4………………………………………………………………. 5……………………………………………………………..... . We all have habits
  6. 6.  Anything we do automatically without consciously thinking is a Bad Habit Bad Habits
  7. 7.  How many times have you tried to quit a bad habits? How many times you found yourself powerless to get rid of your bad habits? How many times you tried to exert your will power against your bad habits? Bad Habits
  8. 8.  What most people do not realize is that a bad habit is a vice A bad habit is a deep-rooted reaction When you have a certain weakness and you entertain and give in to it for a prolonged period of time, your bad habits tried to keep you addicted A bad habit is a VICE
  9. 9.  We knit a thread of our habits. We cord it every day At last we cannot break it The chains of our bad habits in daily life are very strong to be broken Habit is like a cable
  10. 10.  Vice definition is an immoral habits The establishing of vices in one’s life is the corruption of the virtues The opposite of virtue is vice The meanings of vice
  11. 11.  Vice stands for practical bad habits of a person Vice stands for immoral behavior of a person Vice stands for immoral thoughts of a person Vice is a habitual, repeated practice of wrongdoing What is vice?
  12. 12.  Vice are learned. Vice are assimilated, adapted and developed during experience of life A person becomes wicked due to his/her cultivated values and these make him/her a deviant in his/her proper story, family and in the society Vice are acquired
  13. 13.  Rage is a strong anger, often with a desire for revenge Avarice is an irresistible desire to have more of something such as money Sloth is physical laziness; dislike of work or any kind of physical exertion Pride is shown by someone who believes that he /she is better than others Lust is the strong desire for money, food, fame , power and sex Envy is an insatiable desire of wanting someone success, good fortune Gluttony is an excessive desire for food , eating and drinking to excess Capital Vices
  14. 14.  Cruelty, brutality, violence, anger, unkindness, greed, vindictiveness, malice, eating, drinking, sex drive, gambling, prostitution, crime, pornography, sexual assault, abduction, holdup, robbery, aggravated assault against children…. etc. Other examples of vices
  15. 15.  They corresponds to the virtues Humility Charity Kindness Patience Chastity Temperance Diligence Each vices has an opposite
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  17. 17.  Practical Exercise
  18. 18.  Virtue and vice explains the two faces of humans behavior Difference virtue and vice
  19. 19.  Virtue stands for the good conducts, feelings and thoughts Vices indicated the bad conducts, feelings and thoughts Virtue and Vice
  20. 20.  How in or out of shape you are is a result of your habits How happy or unhappy you are is a result of your habits How successful or unsuccessful you are is a result of your habits Your life is the sum of your habits
  21. 21.  What you devote thinking about What you repeatedly do each day The things you believe The personality that you portray Your Habits forms the person you are!
  22. 22.  Selfless, love, joy, peace, forgiveness, kindness, benevolence, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control………. There is absolutely no law against such values Excellent fruits of virtues
  23. 23. I am Diligent I am Helpful I am Perseverant I am Gentle I am Content I am Attentive I am Honest I am Assertive I am Kind I am Patient I am Obedient I am Forgiving I am Lovable I am Truthful I am Generous I am Calm I am Positive I am Tolerant Choosing Virtues in Living Life
  24. 24.  What is your principal virtues ? 1…………………………………… 2…………………………………… 3…………………………………… 4…………………………………… 5…………………………………… Choosing Virtues in Living Life
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  26. 26.  Choose To Make a Difference
  27. 27.  Live the Life You’ve always Dreamed of!
  28. 28.  Living Life to the Max Every Day Living Life to the Fullest Living Life

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