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Episode 1 -
The World of
Infinite Possibility
Episode 2 -
The Story so far
Episode 3 -
A Certain Point
of View
Episode 4 -
A New Hope
Episode 5 -
'Be' in the Moment
Episode 6 -
It is your Destiny...
Episode 7 -
Do, or do not...
there is no try.
Introductions
Our Agreements
Well 'Being'
a BIG principle
Double Loop Learning
Being
Doing
Having
(c) Copyright 2010 John Overdurf
Being
Doing
Having
Action Strategies and techniques
Results and Consequences
Governing Variables
what we do
what we obtain
Goals, values, beliefs, conceptual frameworks
why we do what we do
Single-Loop Learning
most common learning style, problem solving technique
Double-Loop Learning
more than problem solving, this learning style re-evaluates and re-frames goals, values, etc.
Chris Argyris, Psychology & Organisational Development Professor
Welcome...
space & time 2 be
programme
Episode 1 -
The World of Infinite Possibilities
Work-Life Balance
work
life
Who you are...
What you do...
One recent success you've experienced...
why we do what we do
what we do
what we obtain
Episode 2 - The Story so far...
Limiting Beliefs Cycle
Limiting
Beliefs
Painful Experience
Fear Based Choices
Interpretation
Generalisations
Conclusions
Skewed Thinking
Misguided
Actions
Values & Beliefs
NLP Communication Model
a bit more on

Meta Programmes
Who Am I?
Episode 3 -
A Certain Point
of View
doing
having
being
The map is not the territory
Self Consistency Theory
Reality Distortion
What do you believe about yourself?
Empowering Beliefs
Self Limiting Beliefs
Count how many times the players wearing white pass the ball...
Episode 4
A New Hope
What do you see?
Reframe 1 - Cause & Effect
Reframe 2 - Problem Outcome
Reframe 3
the practice of mindfulness
meditation
Switching off the Auto Pilot
You are now aware...
Episode 5 -
'Be' in the Moment
jon kabat zinn
paying attention
on purpose
in the present moment
non judgementally
being
doing
having
decrease anxiety, depression and irritability
regular meditators enjoy better and more fulfilling relationships
studies worldwide have found meditation reduces the key indicators of chronic stress including hypertension
mental and physical stamina can increase
improvements in memory, reaction time gets faster
effective in reducing the impact of serious conditions such as chronic pain and cancer
meditation bolsters the immune system and helps fight off colds, flu and other diseases
popular misconceptions
meditation is not religious
you don't have to sit crossed legged on the floor
does not take a lot of time (patience and persistence are useful)
it will not deaden your mind or turn you into a hippy
its about seeing the world with greater clarity so you can take wiser and more considered action to change those things you want to change
of your breathing - have fun with it for a minute or so
that every time you swallow you hear a little crackle in your ears
that your tongue is sitting uncomfortably in your mouth
that you are blinking manually... you'd better not stop breathing!
of that ringing sound in your ears
you are itchy at some point in your body
Waking up to the life you have
what else is going on in your body that you are unaware of?
nourishing and depleting activities
but I don't have time or a mat or a place to do this...
1. becoming aware
2. gathering and focussing attention
3. expanding attention
gratitude exercise
episode 6 -
it is your destiny
the greatest coaching question in the world... ever
optimal organisational performance
start with why
for what purpose?
Purpose is like a PATH
Goals are the MILESTONES
Motivation is your REASON to make the journey
Purpose is to a person what fuel is to an engine - without it we end up going nowhere.
End State Energy & Anchoring
2001
2007
2013
Milestone 1
Milestone 2
Milestone 3
optimal personal performance
episode 7
do or do not... there is no try
the 7 Laws of Manifestation
Goal Setting
7 Questions...
7 more questions...
1. what do I want?
2. what's my priority?
3. what does it look like?
4. why do I want it?
5. when do i want it?
6. how you I achieve it?
7. who's help will I require?
Optimal Personal Performance
What makes your heart sing?
This is not a dress rehearsal; Are you living your passion?
What excites you?
What puts meaning in your life?
What qualities are important for my life to be complete?
What is your Strategic Objective?

What are your Critical Success factors?
=
1. have
BELIEF
in yourself & your goal
2.
BALANCE
your goals
3. Live in the
MOMENT
4. State your goals in the
PRESENT
tense
5. State your goals in
POSITIVE
tense
6. State your goals in
PERSONAL
tense
7. Allow for Lag
TIME
1st response

Try not to think to much
S
M
A
R
T
the end... ?
Aocdcrnig to rseecrah at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno't mttaer in waht oderr the lterets in a wrod are, the olny irpoamtnt tihng is taht the frsit and lsat ltteer be in the rhgit pclae. The rset can be a taotl mses and you can sitll raed it whoutit a pboerlm. Tihs is bucseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey ltteer by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe.
1. ask your partner to think of a relatively non contentious ‘problem’ they have at the moment e.g. leaking tap…

2. coach them using the problem frame (example questions below)

“What’s wrong?”

“Why do you have this problem?”

“How long have I had it?”

“How does this limit you?”

“What does this problem stop you from doing that you want to do?”

“Whose fault is it that you have this problem?”

“When was the worst time you experienced this problem?”

4. coach them using the outcome frame (example questions below)

5. notice what you notice about the two different frames

“What do I want?”

“When do I want it?”

“How will I know that I have it?”

“When I get what I want, what else in my life will improve?”

“What resources do I have available to help me with this?”

“How can I best utilise the resources that I have?”

“What am I going to begin doing now to get what I want?”

Welcome to

Personal Effectiveness
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