Chapter 12 covers the hard-to-measure but oh-so-important keys to success, such as attitude, self-esteem and self-efficacy, goal setting, teamwork, and diversity.
This Mayo Clinic article covers the health benefits of positive thinking.
Can you train yourself to think positively by playing a computer game? This Washington Times article discusses just that question.
The computer game designed to de-stress and increase positive thinking. Your students can try a free demo.
The National Association for Self-Esteem (NASE) has a tool on its website that allows visitors to answer a series of questions and rate their self-esteem.
A fun photo of self-efficacy in action.
Wall Street Journal Online’s article “If at First You Don’t Succeed, You’re in Good Company.” Inspiring anecdotes of people who failed first, but eventually made it big.
Your students can take this self-efficacy inventory to see how they score on the self-efficacy scale.