How to get what you REALLY want

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Lots of people will tell you how to get what you really want. Not many people have a comprehensive framework to help you make it happen. Get what you REALLY want by sailing the 7CS. Sail7Cs is an integrated suit of principles and practices you can use to get what you really want.

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  • Story of cold calls and mentor coach
  • I believe in tipping people over the edge into madness!I believe in connecting people to their passions and then helping them set themselves on fire, at work and then in their lives.First career as an urban planner -20 years managing development projects and community change initiatives and planning proccess. Used to project manage very large urban development projects – whistler village – first planner in whistler.Became a coach 10 years ago.MA in adult education in the workplace.
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  • How to get what you REALLY want

    1. 1. Why are you on the planet? Copyright Sail7Cs
    2. 2. “Life is a daring adventure …or nothing” Helen Keller What is the gift in you that you bring to your life? Copyright Sail7Cs
    3. 3. Sail the 7C‟s and Get What you REALLY Want!
    4. 4. What does it take to decide? How do we get off the dock… and respond to our call for greatness… what ever that might be for each of us?” Copyright Sail7Cs
    5. 5. Copyright Sail7Cs
    6. 6. The 7Cs framework of UNcommon Sense The 7Cs are Values and Practices, a mastery framework: 7. Compassion Universal Developmental Applied concurrently 4. Capacity 1. Captaincy 6. Curiosity 5. Companionship 3. Courage Copyright Sail7Cs 2. Course
    7. 7. Planning is essential … a plan is useless” Sun Tzu, “The Art of War” The Uncommon Sense of COURSE Copyright Sail7Cs
    8. 8. Course Tip # 1: Hold an Audacious Vision Copyright Sail7Cs
    9. 9. Course Tip #2: Ready – FIRE – Aim Common Sense: UNcommon Sense: Set Project Goals Plan and Implement Vision Set Sail, Learn Complete Complete Course Tip # 3: Steer by your Values Copyright Sail7Cs
    10. 10. Course Tip # 3: Steer by your Values Copyright Sail7Cs
    11. 11. Course Tip # 4: Sail One Day at a time California 3128 Nautical Miles – 29 Days NE Tradewinds Doldrums Isle de Marquesas SE Tradewinds Copyright Sail7Cs
    12. 12. The Uncommon Sense of COURSE Common Sense: Scarcity Scarcity of opportunity Learn before you go Leave when ready Steer straight to goal no waste Big choices most important Set Project Goals Plan and Implement Complete UNcommon Sense: Abundance Hold an audacious vision Leave before you feel ready Vision Allow course to be a trajectory Steer by your values, purpose Learn and grow as you go Copyright Sail7Cs Set Sail, Learn Complete
    13. 13. Course Tip #1: Hold an Audacious Vision Course Tip #2: Ready – FIRE – Aim Course Tip #3: Steer by your Values Course Tip #4: Sail one day at a time Copyright Sail7Cs
    14. 14. The Uncommon Sense of CAPTAINCY September 2007 www.coachingworksintl.com Slide 15 Cresswell Walker Copyright Sail7Cs
    15. 15. Copyright Sail7Cs
    16. 16. Captaincy Tip: Be a „Response-Ability‟ Warrior Actions Act with Courage Choices F Feelings DECIDE – Align with your Course A Manage Emotional Reaction Thoughts Perceptions S T Observe yourself Assumptions Conclusions Judgments ` Environment Values Ladder of Choice: How to become your own Captain Copyright Sail7Cs
    17. 17. The UNcommon Sense of Captaincy Common Sense: Do the „right thing‟ Do what you can Act Outside In – Fulfill responsibilities, expectations Effort Responsible UNcommon Sense: Act with intention for success Stand beyond your capability Act Inside out – Be respond-able with/for everything Accept Acknowledge Aware Response Able Act! Appreciate Time Copyright Sail7Cs
    18. 18. The Uncommon Sense of CURIOSITY What we know we DON”T know What we know we know What we DON’T know we DON’T know Copyright Sail7Cs
    19. 19. The UNcommon Sense of COURAGE What is Courage? Copyright Sail7Cs
    20. 20. The UNcommon Sense of Courage WHERE YOU ARE NOW WHAT YOU VALUE Courage is: Reaching through your fear for what you value. Copyright Sail7Cs
    21. 21. The UNcommon Sense of Courage Common Sense: Vicious cycle of Not get more fear what we Fear means weakness value Risk is bad, foolish, reckless, irresponsible Not develop Less Be afraid of fear, courage Courage, Weaker avoid risk, „play safe‟ = Get weaker, less success UNcommon Sense: virtuous cycle of more courage Fear is courage opportunity Develop Fear is normal, natural courage Need not be afraid of fear Take Risks, adventure = Get stronger, more success Copyright Sail7Cs More Courage, Stronger Get what we value Avoid Risk Embrace Risk
    22. 22. The UNcommon Sense of Courage Courage Value: Embrace risk, accept fear as normal, healthy, and essential in our work to grow as Project Managers. What?  Courage is doing what we know needs to be done, even when we are afraid  How?    Courage is building our capacity and reputation for a leadership Copyright Sail7Cs Embrace fear Practice right risk. Build courage by stretching our fear envelope a little every day in the choices we make as Project Managers
    23. 23. the Hero’s Journey What Celebration Breakthrough Innocence The Call Allies Initiation Copyright Sail7Cs
    24. 24. The 7Cs framework of UNcommon Sense The 7Cs are Values and Practices, a mastery framework: 7. Compassion Universal Developmental Applied concurrently 4. Capacity 1. Captaincy 6. Curiosity 5. Companionship 3. Courage Copyright Sail7Cs 2. Course
    25. 25. Thank You! “Making a Little Bit of Difference” September 2007 www.coachingworksintl.com
    26. 26. The Uncommon Sense of CAPTAINCY Captaincy Practice: exercising “responseability” for everything How?  Pay attention to what has our Seeing „responsibility‟ as attention –practice attention „response‟ and „ability‟ territoriality. Choosing in accord with  Stance: “I am in charge of what is important to our how I respond, always!” project, and to our team and to us.  Be.Do.Have - Dare to stand where we are going but are own it all – Act from the not yet –Be a response-ability inside out not outside in. warrior What?   

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