This Toolkit is the first segment in my Living A Created Life Curriculum. It is a 4-week experiential adventure in a safe environment. The next offering is November 4, 2020.
How Does It Work?
Each week there will be 2 calls via Zoom on Monday and Thursday. On Monday I’ll share one of the 4 tools in the Toolbox and teach you to use them. Then you’ll have a few days to experiment and try them out in your own daily life. On Thursday, we’ll meet again for Q&A and coaching around that tool. We’ll do this each week until you have all 4 in your very own Toolbox.
The Tools Are:
Week 1 – Disconnect Your Oughta Pilot – where have shoulds and ought to’s been in control of your journey? We will revisit some of the experiences that have been seminal in directing the choices and decisions you’ve made and begin to see how to disconnect from them.
Week 2 – Watch Your Mouth, Your Subconscious Is Listening – How do you program your own subconscious to create proof that your Oughta Pilots are correct? What do you say when you talk to yourself? What scratched and broken records is your Personal DJ who lives in your head play for you when faced with a situation? Whose voice do you hear when talking yourself out of your dreams? Wouldn’t you like to tell it to shut up and let you live your life?
Week 3 – Shake Your Meaning Maker – The reason our past has such a hold on us is the emotional charge we experience everytime memories surface. We feel pain or elation every time as sharply as we did when the original experience happened. What if you could defuse that emotional jolt from those experiences that no longer serve you and transmute the negative feelings into neutral or even positive ones?
Week 4 – The Joys of Failure – We have all failed at things we attempted. Failure is the fine art of falling on your face. What we do with those failures is up to us. Using the previous 3 tools, you will look at your failures and learn that they can be celebrated for what they are — steps closer to your goal. What did you learn from your failures? What opportunities opened up because you failed at something? Instead of stops those past failures will become speedbumps, changing the way you look at the next time you don’t achieve a goal on the first attempt.