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Success - Dorsett

In order to be successful one requires something to focus on, something to motivate; something to enthuse about.

Tony Dorsett

Self-Coaching, Transaction Analysis

Child - Ego Analysis - Creative Development II

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Creative inhibition or impediments to this creative development may come in the form of "negative strokes", a Parent Ego operating from a Critical Parent posture, or from latent inhibition. Latent inhibition is the natural ability to resist or "tune out" a greater volume of stimulus than the person can handle.  For example, latent inhibition enables a person to "tune out" a faucet that drips to distraction, or a car left idling in the street.

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The Glittering Traits of Child Ego

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All the main characteristics associated with Child are not always considered helpful or beneficial in adult life and many people repress their Child state so that they may avoid unnecessary trouble and complication from their life. Such people believe that adult is able to solve their routine issues with transactions and when it does not work there is Parent to help and hence they may stay I control at all times.

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Time Structuring and Perception I

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Transactional analysis is a very powerful tool for self-coaching. In understanding oneself and modifying one's behavior, awareness and vigilance.

Awareness means that one should understand and be able to recognize patterns of behavior with predetermined endings, in order to be able to take avoiding action, if necessary.

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Structuring Time - Free Time

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No one can say how much time one has in life, but we know that it is limited, it is only so much. Time structuring can improve our efficiency in using the time we have and the quality of our time with others.

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Time Structuring and Perception III

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When we look further into this question of time, we have all experienced the phenomenon of subjective time, with a clock usefully representing objective time. “The watched pot never boils”, says an old idiomatic expression. This is subjective time – an anticipated event seems to take much longer to happen,

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