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The Hero's Journey

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Chris Holmberg

on 27 September 2013

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Transcript of The Hero's Journey

The Hero's Journey
The Call to
Action
Having/Doing
Knowing/Being
Apparent
Stability
The Fall of
the Hero
Facing Internal
Enemies
Gaining New
Capabilities
Facing External
Enemies
Order is
Restored
The Knower
Trap
"I don't need to listen
because I already know."
The Victim
Trap
"Why is this happening
to me?"
The Sucker's
Choice
"I have to give up who I aspire to be to get what I want."
Arrogance
Confidence
Humility
Deference
“You’re wrong.”
"It won't work."
"This is a waste of time."
"Everyone knows that . . ."
"We/You should . . ."
"That's a great idea."
Seek Truth
Speak Truth
"I see it differently."
"I have concerns."
"I'm not finding value in this."
"This is my experience."
"I propose (or ask) that we/you . . ."
"I like that idea."
The Return
Other
Blame
Self
Blame
Other
Accountability
Self
Accountability
What's my
next move?
It’s hopeless.”
“They wouldn’t let me.”
“I can’t do this.”
“I don’t have time.”
“You make me mad.”
“You must fix this.”
“Someone should do something.”
“What a mess you made.”
“I haven’t yet found a solution.”
“I failed to convince them.”
“I haven’t yet learned how to . . .”
“I have other priorities.”
“I feel mad when you . . .”
“I ask you to fix this.”
“I could do something.”
“We were not effective.”
Dogmatic
Hypocrisy
Cutthroat
Hypocrisy
Winning
Success
"Am I doing
my very best?"
Goals
Behaviors
Results
Winning
Purpose
Values
Success
Performance
Stress
Focus on Winning
Focus on Success
(Focus on Winning)
Motivation
Quantity of the Motivating Factor
Fear
Reward
Autonomy
Mastery
Meaning
Outside
factors
(conditional)
(unconditional)
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