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Transcript of Challenge Day
Three Step Formula (Notice, choose, act)
Celebrate the diversity of all people
""drop the waterline"
let go of self limiting toughts, beliefs or emotions
Practice the art of listening
Build genuine connection within staff
live in a life in service to others Goals Many of us live our lives as if we are icebergs, floating aimlessly in the sea of life and largely submerged. We hide most of ourselves, especially our most vulnerable places, below “the waterline.” like a typical iceberg, we show only about 10% of ourselves, the part above the water. For the purpose of this discussion, let’s call this 10% our “image.” In Relation to Residence Life Break down cliques and stereotypes
Form Genuine connection
Access to people Separation Isolation Loneliness Taking a couple minutes each day to connect with those around us? Risk-Reward Factor: The Benefits of Using the "IYRKM..." Tool For the individual, taking the risk to chare more of who we really are – underneath “the waterline” – deepens our relationships and builds intimacy through genuine connection. It also helps us find REAL FREEDOM. We get to experience the freedom to be ourselves, to embrace our full humanity and to live our lives 100% fully ALIVE. Iceberg S.I.L. Learning Process Thrives Invert Community (cc) photo by tudor on Flickr waterline Private
Self Public Image IYRKM TOOL I am proud of….
That the hardest thing I have ever done is…
One piece of good news from my life this week is…
My relationship with my family is…
That what I find most difficult about coming to school is…
What I love most about school is…
That my biggest dream is…
The person I feel closest to is…
If I had three wishes, I would wish for…
The funniest thing I can remember happening is…
The way most people see me or label me is…
Someone who surprised me by how different that I though they were is… The Challenge Find one person outside of your normal social group and ask them the question, “If I really knew you, what would I know about you?” Greater Sense of Safety Build Combat