Three Important Letters Y.O.U.
In this lesson, participants will learn about the importance of believing in themselves and how having positive self-esteem determines their success.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Will be gifts aren’t worth much until they are used. The attendees will learn the acronym Y.O.U. Y–You are important. O–Only you can be you. U–Understand who you are. Realizing and appreciating who we are, opens the door to opportunity and leads individuals to success. This lesson helps youth:
1) Identify Talents and Skills
2) Understand How to Use Their Gifts
3) Develop an Attitude of Gratitude
4) Be Positive
5) Love Themselves.
• Positive Self-Image
• Using Gifts to Add Value to Others.
5 Steps to Success
In this lesson, the 5 important strategies for success are reviewed. These strategies, when used daily, lead to positive, successful experiences. The attendees will learn key points to help them maximize their abilities.
John Maxwell says, “You will never change your life, until you change something you do daily. The secret to your success is found in your daily routine.” The things that we do daily, the actions that we take daily, influence us and determine if and when we reach our goals. The 5 Steps of Success Are:
1. Visualize the Future
2. Set Goals
3. Give Thanks
4. Serve Others
5. Center Your Spirit.
• Future Planning
• Set Realistic Goals
• Service to Others.
Failure is Important
In this lesson, participants will learn about the value of failure on the journey to success and the importance of getting backup.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Through the personal success stories of famous athletes, entrepreneurs, historical figures, educators, and authors, attendees will discuss and identify ways successful people overcome difficult and/or overwhelming odds. Participants will consider the impact of self-belief and self-doubt on success. They will also consider what challenges or barriers that they are allowing to keep them from achieving their goals.
1. Everyone fails but no one enjoys failing.
2. Failure is essential to success.
3. No one can succeed if they never believe in themselves.
• Handling Failure
• Overcoming Odds
• Solving Problems.
The Kind Connection
Connecting to peers is more than just talking, texting, liking social media statuses, and responding to Snapchats. Connecting to peers is about showing compassion and kindness to people without expecting anything in return. The kind connection is about bringing the golden rule to life. In this lesson, participants will learn about the importance of adding value to others.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Kindness means showing compassion and care. Something that can be so simple, but we often forget to show it to each other. Kindness is not something that costs anything, yet it adds so much value to the person receiving it as well as the person giving it. Through this lesson, students will understand how to: 1. Lift up others. 2. Add value to others. 3. Each day, be kind to others.
• Serving Others
• Adding Value.
Your True Strength
In this lesson, participants will learn about the value of being their true selves and how choosing to live an authentic life will lead them to a life filled with success and purpose.
1. We are not defined by what people think of us.
2. No limitation, environment, nor situation defines your level of success.
3. Everyone must live to be their true self.
• Positive Self-Image