Renaissance for LEADERS

Peak Performance Resources for Leaders by Leaders

Tag: Action


1. Something that produces an affect, result or consequence. 2. The person, event, or condition responsible for an action or result; the origin.


1. The state or quality of excelling or being exceptionally good; extreme merit; superiority 2. an action, characteristic, feature, etc, in which a person excels.


Freedom is the ability to make choices and to carry them out. For people to have complete freedom there must be no restrictions on how you think, speak or act. You must be aware of what your choices are and the power to decide among those choices. You must have the means and the opportunity to think, speak and act without being controlled by anyone else. 1. A state in which somebody is able to act and live as he or she chooses, without being subject to any undue restraints and restrictions. 2. Release or rescue from being physically bound, or from being confined, enslaved, captured, or imprisoned. 3. An individual’s right to rule himself or herself, without interference from or domination by another person or power. 4. The right to speak or act without restriction, interference, or fear. 5. The state of being unaffected by, or not subject to, something unpleasant or unwanted. 6. The ability to move easily without being limited by something such as tight clothing or lack of space. 7. The right to use or occupy a place and treat it as your own. 8. Citizenship of a town or city, together with special privileges, formally awarded to somebody as an honor. 9. Openness and friendliness in speech or behavior. 10.Overconfidence, over-familiarity, or a lack of proper restraint or decorum. 11. The ability to exercise free will and make choices independently of any external determining force.


1. An action or behavior pattern that is regular, repetitive, hard to give up and often unconscious. 3. An automatic reaction to a specific situation. 4. A behavior pattern acquired by frequent repetition or physiologic exposure.

Harmful Act

1. An intentional act that harms another person, group or entity. Usually an attempt to solve a real or perceived problem. 2. Research suggests that quantifying the damage or harm of an action depends on whether we perceive the act to be intentional.


1. To give a reason for taking a particular action. 2. Show the rightness of a person or an action.


1. A system of operations or actions in the production of something. 2. A series of actions, changes or functions that bring about an outcome. 3. Series of movement; progression.


1. The probability or threat of loss, liability, damage or any other negative occurrence and that may be avoided through preemptive action. 2. The probability that an actual return on an investment will be lower than expected. 3. Can be divided into categories: emotional risk, relationship risk, physical risk, political risk, sovereign risk, operational risk, financial risk. 4. Risk can be reduced through preemptive action including; buying insurance, education, and experience.

Powered by Goldzone & Website by Andrew John Harrison

Scroll Up