Mod 8 Team - RUNNING HEAD Integration of Faith and Learning 1 Week 8 Integration of Faith and Learning Group 3 Liberty University Introduction

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Integration of Faith and Learning 2 Chapters seven and eight of Soar with Your Strengths deemed a very appropriate closing to a great book. Three key elements that stood out from the final two chapters include knowing where expectations come from, the importance of awareness, and ways to celebrate and reward yourself and others. Concepts Collins (2001) warns that “good is the enemy of great” (p. 1). Therefore, expectations should be set high as it makes little sense to strive for mediocrity. Equally important, Clifton and Nelson (1992) recommend matching expectations to strengths: “with the right expectations, a person can achieve excellence, but with the wrong expectations, a person can be destroyed” (p. 157). Expectations are achievable by maintaining focus on the goal. Greater expectations are achievable by maintaining focus on God. Ecclesiastes 9:10 commands: “whatever your hand
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2011 for the course MKG 2300 taught by Professor Perez during the Spring '10 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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Mod 8 Team - RUNNING HEAD Integration of Faith and Learning 1 Week 8 Integration of Faith and Learning Group 3 Liberty University Introduction

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