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  • 1. The Art of Freeranging @RockJimford July 2011Sunday, 17 July 2011
  • 2. OUTLINE • SESSION 1 - EMPTY THE CUP 1.30 • SESSION 2 - CULTIVATING PASSIONS 2.00 • SESSION 3 - PLAYING WITH PROJECT YOU 3.00 • WRAP-UP - 4.00Sunday, 17 July 2011
  • 3. Session 1 EMPTY THE CUPSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 4. You look at where you’re going and where you are and it never makes sense, but then you look back at where you’ve been and a pattern seems to emerge. And if you project forward from that pattern, then sometimes you can come up with something. Robert Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle MaintenanceSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 5. Sunday, 17 July 2011
  • 6. Session 2 Cultivating passionsSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 7. Session 2 Cultivating passions • Session aim is to reflect on self and goals by using Czikszentmihayli’s model of experienceSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 8. Cultivating passions from austega.comSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 9. Cultivating passions • Flow • is a higher state of consciousness • requires diverse routes or activities to step outside of normal daily routines • is rising above constraining concerns of the ego such as fear of what others think • being one with the music and expressing emotion from austega.comSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 10. Play • Earliest experiences in and around flow state - what how and who? • Current experiences in and around flow state - what, how and who? • Share back with the groupSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 11. RecapSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 12. Recap • Youve hopefully cleared your mind and got a feel for yourself as a project.Sunday, 17 July 2011
  • 13. Recap • Youve hopefully cleared your mind and got a feel for yourself as a project. • Youve identified people and projects that exist to support you in flow stateSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 14. Recap • Youve hopefully cleared your mind and got a feel for yourself as a project. • Youve identified people and projects that exist to support you in flow state • How you choose to work, play and learn with the people and passions identifiedrequires commitmentSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 15. Session 3 Playing with Project you • Aim of session is to create a playful framework that can guide your creative developmentSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 16. PROJECT YOU Spiritual, ethical and moral Imagination Experiential Material Cultural Conditioning Me From Geoff Crook, Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and DesignSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 17. Play • Sketch out your own project me • Give your project a name • Stick it up on the wallSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 18. From Jane McGonigall and Will WrightSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 19. Personal Levels • identify passions that need to be: • initiated • nurtured • parked • closedSunday, 17 July 2011
  • 20. Timing? • What levels can be achieved quickly? • What skills and challenges do you need to spread out?Sunday, 17 July 2011
  • 21. Self-improvement and continuous achievements • What rewards will you give yourself for completing levels?Sunday, 17 July 2011
  • 22. Summary & onwards • Yourself as a whole project containing your passions • Playing games induces flow • Levels are useful metaphor for short, medium and long term plans • Freeranging is living adventures in work, play and learningSunday, 17 July 2011