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criteria a principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided.
resources something that a country has and can use to increase its wealth
smart very good at learning or thinking about things
longterm occurring over or involving a relatively long period of time
psychic income The value of an item over and above its cost.
worst case scenario worst possible outcome
values A personal value is absolute or relative and ethical value, the assumption of which can be the basis for ethical action.
immediate goals a current goal
short term occurring over or involving a relatively short period of time
talent area your talents
momentum the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity.
tangible perceptible by touch.
inertia Inertia is the resistance of any physical object to any change in its state of motion, including changes to its speed and direction. It is the tendency of objects to keep moving in a straight line at constant velocity.
ways and means the methods and resources at someone's disposal for achieving something.
Matrix an environment or material in which something develops; a surrounding medium or structure.
prime of first importance; main.
procrastination the action of delaying or postponing something.
portability the state or quality of being portable.
prioritization to list or rate
professional of, relating to, or connected with a profession.
personal pertaining to ones self
important something of importance
qualifier a person or team that has defeated others to enter a competition
urgent needing of immediate care
time management managing of time
accountability being held accountable
coherence the quality of being logical and consistent.
self responsibility ones responsibility
fear scared
self fulfilling prophecy Any positive or negative expectation about circumstances, events, or people that may affect a person's behavior toward them
conceit an excessively favorable opinion of one's own ability, importance, wit, etc.
resilient springing back
surface analysis a concern only with surface aspects or obvious features
doubt a lack of confidence in a area
self concept self image
action the process or state of acting or of being active
self determination determination by oneself or itself, without outside influence.
desire ones wants
anxiety fear or nervousness about what might happen.
pygmalion The Pygmalion effect is a psychological principle that has relevance to effectively managing people.
reference an act or instance of referring.
peer a person who is equal to another in abilities, qualifications, age, background, and social status.
affective relating to, arising from, or influencing feelings or emotions
symbiotic living in symbiosis, or having an interdependent relationship
condescend to show that you believe you are more intelligent or better than other people
psychosomatic caused by mental or emotional problems rather than by physical illness.
role model a person whose behavior, example, or success is or can be emulated by others, especially by younger people.
behavioral observable activity in a human or animal.
tunnel vision An extremely narrow point of view; narrow-mindedness
aptitude capability
attitude the way you think and feel about someone or something.
cognitive of, relating to, or involving conscious mental activities (such as thinking, understanding, learning, and remembering).
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