SYBERVISION2000SESSION IIA PROFILE OF SUCCESS:THE 10 DOMINANT CHARACTERISTICSOF A SELF-DISCIPLINED ACHIEVEROBJECTIVESAt the end of this session you will be able to:• Describe the ten dominant characteristics of the self-disciplined achiever.• Compare your current behavior against the model to establishareas where you might desire change.BACKGROUNDPeople who have achieved their goals become inspirational examples or rolemodels for others to follow. How they achieved their goals, the strategies,skills, thinking and behavioral patterns they used become blueprints forpeople who want to achieve what the model achieved.Models of achievement blaze the trail of possibility for us—breaking down thebarriers of impossibility. We think, “If he or she did it, then so can I.”In this Session, we have identified the 10 dominant characteristics that markself-disciplined high achievers. These are the behaviors others learned inorder to accomplish their goals in all areas of life. They are deeply ingrained,positive acquired characteristics which are the product of continued success.In developing the model, the criterion we used was excellence in their chosenfield, whether sports, business, entertainment, law, architecture. Thecharacteristics we note are not specific to any one profession or field ofendeavor.Once you become familiar with the characteristics of the self-disciplined highachiever, you’ll be able to adapt your own life to include those positivevalues.