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  • 1. Thrive
  • 2.
    • “ Those who do not have the power over the story that dominates their lives, the power to retell it, rethink it, deconstruct it, joke about it, and change it as times change, truly are powerless because they can not think new thoughts.”
    • Salman Rushdie
  • 3.
    • “ The quality of a person’s attention determines the quality of the other persons thinking” Nancy Kline
  • 4. From story to emotional intelligence
    • s
    • Circumstances t
    • People o emotion thought behaviour
    • Events r
    • y
  • 5. Levels of learning
    • Identity – Self image – archetype
    • Values & beliefs – Principles
    • Capability – How – e.i. qualities
    • Behaviour – What I do when I am..
    • Environment – When and where am I
  • 6.
    • Principles
    • Practice
    Drive
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9. Well rounded view, high levels of self awareness and awareness of others
  • 10. Well rounded view, high levels of self awareness and awareness of others
  • 11. Well rounded view, high levels of self awareness and awareness of others Centred and well grounded – acts on the basis of personal integrity. Emotionally strong and resilient in the face of failure.
  • 12. Well rounded view, high levels of self awareness and awareness of others Centred and well grounded – acts on the basis of personal integrity. Emotionally strong and resilient in the face of failure.
  • 13. Well rounded view, high levels of self awareness and awareness of others Centred and well grounded – acts on the basis of personal integrity. Emotionally strong and resilient in the face of failure. Dynamic, forward thinking. A strong sense of destiny and ability to create new futures.
  • 14. Well rounded view, high levels of self awareness and awareness of others Centred and well grounded – acts on the basis of personal integrity. Emotionally strong and resilient in the face of failure. Dynamic, forward thinking. A strong sense of destiny and ability to create new futures.
  • 15. Well rounded view, high levels of self awareness and awareness of others Centred and well grounded – acts on the basis of personal integrity. Emotionally strong and resilient in the face of failure. Dynamic, forward thinking. A strong sense of destiny and ability to create new futures. An unhealthy obsession with alcohol and sex
  • 16.
    • “ It is never too late to be who you might have been”
    • George Eliot (Mary Ann Evens)
  • 17. Story archetypes
      • The hero: Rescuer, champion
      • The maiden: Purity, desire
      • The wise old man: Knowledge, guidance
      • The magician: Mysterious, powerful
      • The earth mother: Nature
      • The witch or sorceress: Dangerous
      • The trickster: Deceiving, hidden
      • The warrior queen – Direct, unforgiving
      • The jester – Funny, distracting
      • The teacher – Kind, wise
      • The lover – Let me be who you would like me to be
      • The recluse – Alone, watchful and judgemental
      • The rebel – Unwavering, aggressive
      • The defender – defensive, blaming
  • 18.
    • “ It is never too late to be who you might have been”
    • George Eliot (Mary Ann Evens)
  • 19.
    • Intra personal intelligence
    • Mood management
    • Self motivation
    • Dealing with set backs
    • Using your intuition
    • Managing your energy
    • Dealing with stress
    • Avoiding depression & addictive behaviour
    • Inter Personal Intelligence
    • Relationship Management
    • Motivating others
    • Leading others
    • Developing others
    • Collaborating with others
    • Confronting others
    • Facilitating relationships
  • 20.
    • The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking that created them.
    • Albert Einstein
  • 21. Waterhall December 2004 Values Assessment 1. Blame (L) 2. Bureaucracy (L) 3. Caution (L) 4. Control (L) 5. Information hoarding (L) 6. Internal competition (L) 7. Hierarchy (L) 8. Honesty 9. Results orientation (L) 10. Short term focus (L) Previous values
  • 22. Waterhall December 2004 Values Assessment 1. Creativity - 5 2. Humour/fun - 3 3. Listening - 2 4. Making a difference - 6 5. Mentoring – 6 6. Openness – 4 7. Open Communication – 2 8. Passion – 7 9. Team work - 6 10. Trust - 2 Current values
  • 23.
    • “ To do is to risk failure.
    • But risk must be taken
    • Because the greatest hazard of life is to risk nothing. The person who risks nothing, is nothing, has nothing. He may avoid suffering and sorrow, but he simply cannot learn, feel, change, grow, live and love.”
    • Leo Buscaglia
  • 24.
    • “ Life hangs on a narrative thread. This thread is a braid of stories that inform us about who we are ,where we come from and where we might go. The thread is slender but strong: we trust it to hold us and allow us to swing over the edge of the known into the future we dream in words.”
    • Christina Baldwin
  • 25. Assumptions
    • Facts
    • Possible facts
    • Bed rock assumptions
  • 26. Our Deepest Fear
    • Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
    • Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure
    • It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.
    • We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?
    • Actually, who are you NOT to be?
    • You are a child of God.
    • Your playing small does not serve the World.
    • There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you.
    • We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us.
    • It is not just in some of us; it is in everyone.
    • As we let our own Light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.
    • As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.
    • ‘ Our Deepest Fear’, from A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson.