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Self-Leadership

To gain a fuller understanding of self-leadership and the various factors involved, it is important to describe an integrative framework. In essence, we have thus far been focusing on and examining the details of the various pieces of a larger self-leadership puzzle. At this point we will examine how these pieces fit together to form the complete picture.

Figure 9-1 presents a diagram combining the key elements of self-leadership discussed in the previous chapters. The four major parts of the diagram correspond with the topics in chapters 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7: strategies used primarily to alter our immediate physical world and to help us exercise control over ourselves, strategies for tapping the power of natural rewards, techniques for redesigning our psychological worlds, and tools to lead ourselves within a team setting. Note that consistent with chapters 5 and 6, beliefs, imagined experiences, and self-talk are depicted as interacting factors which lead to the thought patterns that establish a unique psychological world for each of us. The diagram also illustrates that each of the four key dimensions to self-leadership influence and complement one another in forming a comprehensive framework.


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