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  1. 1. OTE2013 is your 10-Month non-formal adult education program which equips individuals in dealing with real life issues. The self-help literacy program that supports GlobalFusion’s Better Person Better Business Principle. ACHIEVE FREEDOM FROM PAIN LESSON GUIDE: byMikeYulo This module is not about having a “pain-free” life, this module focuses on the value of pain, what meanings we connect and associate with it, and how we can utilize pain to achieve what we want. NO PAIN, NO GAIN! But since there are only 2 things we do in life, do what makes us happy and avoid what cuases pain, activities then will include creative visualization and writing, connecting massive pain and regret for not changing now and balance it with connecting massive happines to the decision of changing now. OUR OBJECTIVES AT THE END OF THE MODULE, is that you will… a. Be more than willing to push though and embrace lesser pain, the GOOD PAIN (e.g. discipline, training, delaying gratification, rejection, failure, swallowing one’s pride) to move away from greater pain, the UGLY PAIN (The PAIN OF REGRET). b. Be more than willing to turn away from lesser pleasures (comfort zone) to move towards greater pleasure (success and purpose in GFI). c. Be able to use your mind more effectively in facilitating oneself by imagining UGLY situations as a result of neglect, procrastination, complacency, safety, giving up as the easiest thing to do, comfort, pride and learning and getting motivation from it rather than waiting for them to actually happen in reality, by being able to ask themselves hard, scary questions. There is no such thing as a pain free life. pain will always be a part of our lives, as long as we are living ont this earth we will experience pain.
  2. 2. I learned that there are 2 things we do in life: a. Do what makes us happy b. Avoid what causes pain As kids growing up, we experience lots of pain, that hard created permanent beliefs in us, and that internal ystem of rocessing pain we take with us until we grow older. (e.g. kids hand burned from stove or iron will permanently imprint in our minds. “DO NOT TOUCH, OR YOU’LL GET BURNED,” This tells us what? That pain is a good teacher. There is also pain that tells you “BEAR WITH ME NOW, AND GET MASSIVE PLEASURE REWARDS LATER” Following the principle “NO PAIN, NO GAIN.” There are many who already understand this because they have already experienced massive pain in their lives and decided to avoid such pain again resulting to ones increase in thresh hold to pain, connected to their desire to never experience it gain. This is learning from experience. But what of people who have not experienced such pain yet and are currently in their comfort zone? Comfort zone, can be in a form of pleasure, can be a position of safety, dependence on what one already knows, on oneself only or on others. Without experiencing it yet, how does one learn and grow and achieve from it? To balance I will ask the students to VISUALIZE and connect so much pleasure and bliss in changing now, accomplishing their dreams, giving the best things in life this world can offer to their families, having enough time to spend with their loved ones, travel around the world, being an inspiration, being awarded ambassador of the path, people thanking them for changing their lives, being told “well done my good and faithful servant” by the creator. I will ask them, to write down this situations and list down what lesser pleasures they are deciding to delay or avoid, to achieve them. The secret of success is learning how to use pain and pleasure instead of having pain and pleasure use you. If you do that, you’re in control of your life. If you don’t, life controls you. - Tony Robbins
  3. 3. This module focuses on the value of freedom and its role in the attainment of success. We many know what we want to achieve (or do we?) at this point, we may have identified empowering beliefs in pursuit of freedom, but the question is – have we really identified our daily action plan to go where we want to go? This module will utilize the Mind-MapActivityin identifying values, set the situation or condition needed to fulfill values and reveal action steps in achieving what we truly want. At the end of the module, you will: A. Identify values connected with fyour freedom of choice. B. Determine what situation should exist for you to feel they are fulfilling your values. C. Discover what daily activities you should be doing to fulfill your values. D. Be able to draw a map to visualize and assess current states. E. Take action plan and follow through their roadmap. FREEDOM IN ACHIEVEMENT, ACHIEVEMENT IN FREEDOM byJetTiamsim  Principles: What does ACHIEVEMENT truly mean to you? Will it CHANGE you? How does it feel to ACHIEVE a lot of things in life, in spite of all odds and sacrifices? Is it possible to be successful in all areas of your life? Are all types of achievements you want to accomplish in line with your life purpose? This mind map exercise will help you discover and identify steps in the fulfillment of your dreams. You’re free to achieve your heart’s desires and passions! Even if there’s a roadmap or a mind map, there will always be rough roads along the way. Just keep moving and stop blaming the pancakes! MIND MAP ACTIVITY: Materials needed: 2 bond papers each student, 2 crayon pencils each Step 1. List your passions by making a no-holds barred, whatever comes to your mind map. Here’s mine: Step 2. Identify values by summarizing key themes. For each value or theme, write: “If I had a life filled with _______________, I would…” and brainstorm five answers each. Step 3. For each theme, ask yourself the question: How will I achieve (value/theme) this? List down your action steps. (Take-home activity)
  4. 4. Merlin Mann’s Resolve: Stop Blaming the Pancake. An excerpt: No matter how good a cook you are, and no matter how hard you try, the first pancake of the batch always sucks. It comes out burnt or undercooked or weirdly shaped or just oddly inedible and aesthetically displeasing. …And, like clockwork usually around today or maybe tomorrow–a huge cohort of those cooks will begin to abandon their resolve and go back to thinking all their pancakes have to suck. Just because that first one failed. …Accept that the first pancake will always suck. Hell, if you’ve never picked up a spatula before, be cool with the fact that your first hundred pancakes might suck. This is, as I’ve said, huge. Failure is the sound of beginning to suck a little less. TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE BECAUSE YOU ARE FREE TO ACHIEVE!!!! EMPOWERED TO ACHIEVE: CHANGE YOUR STATE, CHANGE YOUR RESULTS byCKAgbayani Our state is our condition or mode of being, as with regard to circumstances. It is determined by the way we see (perception), the way we feel through our body (physiology) and the way do (procedure) things in our life. How we change our state determines the results we get. This module will make the participants realize how changing their perception, procedure and physiology can empower us to achieve anything we want in GFI and in life. At the end of the module, you will: 1. Understand how our personal state impacts our results in life 2. Determine the 3 key elements in changing our personal state 3. Discover 6 simple steps to model top performers to achieve empowering results fast Share my story in GFI B. Discuss the 3 factors that determine our personal state and how it leads to peak performance 1. Perception – “Change the way you look at things, change the things you look at.” a. Show 3 pictures and ask the participants what they see and relate it to their GFI business b. Discuss the principle
  5. 5. “Change how you look at things and the things you look at changes” and demonstrate how it can be applied to be applied to be in an empowered state c. Show them how they can change their perception in an instant by asking 5 empowering questions daily. - What am I proud about in my life right now? What about that makes me grateful? How does that make me feel? - What am I grateful about in my life right now? What about that makes me grateful? How does that make me feel? - What am I happy about in my life right now? What about that makes me happy? How does that make me feel? - What am I excited about in my life right now? What about that makes me excited? How does that ake me feel? - What am I committed to in my life right now? What about that makes me committed? How does that make me feel? 2.Physiology – “Change your physiology to change your psychology.” a. Ask the participants to “do” first then “say” the ff: - look up the ceiling, spread your arms wide open, tip toe as high as you can and say “I’m depressed” b. Discuss the principle “Motion creates emotion” and how it can be applied demonstrate how it ca be applied to be in an empowered state c. Show them how they can change their physiology in an instant by doing their POWER MOVE! 3. Procedure – “Change how you do things, change the results that you get” a. Show a picture of code buttons of a bank safe. Tell them that all of their dreams and goals are locked inside that safe. - look down, cross your arms tightly, bring your shoulders down, hunch your back and say “I’m so excited” And explain to them how pressing the right code combinations in the right sequence will open the safe for them to achieve their dreams. b. Discuss the principle of modelling and the 6 steps in modelling excellence of top performers c. Ask the participants to choose a SKILL or an ACHIEVEMENT they want to model and pick a GFI leader who best performs that skill or achievement by following the 6 steps of Modelling. EVALUATION Examples, illustrations and short activities will be conducted within the module. The facilitator will evaluate based on show of hands, asking yes or no questions and when there’s still time, get 3 people to share what they learned and their commitment to achieve starting today.
  6. 6. FREE TO ACHIEVE byRicoRuiz The GREATEST COMMON FACTOR of people who have achieved success in their lives. At the end of the module, you will: 1. Be aware of common characteristics from the life stories of great achievers 2. Be motivated and inspired from true to life stories of people who went through the process of achieving their dreams 3. Be able to apply these principles in your GFI Business The Champions Club: ANATOMY OF AN ACHIEVER I. BIG DREAMERS ARE BIG DOERS: YOU CAN’t GET THE RESULTS IF YOU DON’T know what you’re searching for Company: Google Sales: $37.9 billion Market Value: $203.2 billion Employees: 32,500 Larry Page and Sergey Brin 2. FUELED BY PURPOSEFUL PASSION ENZO FERRARI Company:FERRARI SALES: $7.8 billion Employees: 3,200 3. SERVING PEOPLE, BEYOND SELF HOWARD SHULTZ Company: Starbucks Sales: $11.7 billion Market Value: $40 billion Employees: 149,000 THE ROAD TO SUCCESS IS NOT A STRAIGHT PATH. THERE ARE A LOT OF UPS AND DOWNS, CURVES AND OBSTACLES. AND YOUR STEADFAST ACTION TOWARDS ACHIEVING YOUR DREAMS IS ONCE AGAIN A MANIFESTATION OF A COMMITMENT. A MANIFESTATION THAT WHEN YOU WANT SOMETHING, NO ONE AND NOTHING CAN STOP YOU FROM GETTING IT. EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YOU SHOULD BELIEVE THAT YOU HAVE WITHIN YOU EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BE SUCCESSFUL. WHEN THAT IS TRUE, THE NEXT QUESTION IS... WHEN WILL YOU FINALLY LET GO OF THE THINGS THAT ARE HOLDING YOU BACK? WHEN WILL YOU FINALLY TAKE THE COURAGE, THAT LEAP OF FAITH TO GO FOR THE THINGS YOU WANT? 4. CHAMPIONS DON’T BREAK WHEN THEY FALL, THEY BOUNCE BACK HIGHER ROBERT DOWNEY JR. ACTOR Recent Value: $75M per movie Current market value: $100M 5. BILL GATES: Company: Microsoft Sales: $69.9 billion Market Value: $273.5 billion Employees: 90,000 EDITOR:J.B.Surita|LAY-OUT:GenelynJavier