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Free for all

  1. 1. ìFull Pose Guide Free For All Used in the Passion-Driven and Reflective Marketing Plan for Solver Carla Carla  Tetangco   January  2013   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  2. 2. Avenue  Q   We   cannot   know   what’s   our   purpose,   we   can   only  do  our  best  in  the  things  we  do  and  hope   that   it   is   all   for   the   be@er.     Everything   in   life   anyway,  is  only  for  now…     “Only  for  now!  (For  now  theres  life!)     Only  for  now!(For  now  theres  love!)   Dont  stress,  Relax,  Let  life  roll  off  your  backs   Only  for  now!(For  now  theres  work!)   Except  for  death  and  paying  taxes,   For  now  theres  happiness!  But  only  for  now!     Everything  in  life  is  only  for  now!”    (For  now  discomfort!)  (For  now  theres  friendship!)   –  Excerpt  from  the  music  For  Now   Only  for  now!     carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  3. 3. Why  nice  girls  don’t  get  the  corner  office  Being   brought   up   in   a   tradiKonal   culture   where  we   are   punished   for   not   saying   “Opo”,   or   joining  in   adult   conversaKons,   it   has   been   difficult   to  keep  up  with  the  western  tradiKon.  This   book   changed   my   views   and   the   way   I  assimilate   especially   with   foreigners.     It   has  made   me   aware   of   what   I   am   unconsciously  doing   that   to   me   seems   normal   or   someKmes  even   a   must   but   to   those   people   I   need   to  impress  seem  unfamiliar  even  weird  at  Kmes.   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  4. 4. 7  Habits  of  Highly  Effective  People   ì  Habit  1:  Be  ProacKve   ì  I   will   not   be   afraid   to   speak   my   mind.     I   will   commit  and  be  accountable  for  my  acKons.   ì  Habit  2:  Begin  with  the  End  in  Mind   ì  Reflect   every   now   and   then   on   what   I   have   and   have   not   accomplished.     Update   my   mission   and   vision   to   reflect   my   values   and   life  goals.   ì  Habit  3:  Put  First  Things  First   ì  I  Keep  a  to-­‐do  list  and  always  WIN(write  it   now)  so  I  can  plan  and  prioriKze.   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  5. 5. 7  Habits  of  Highly  Effective  People   ì  Habit  4:  Think  Win-­‐Win   ì  I     show   concern   and   compromise   only   to   the  point  that  I  am  genuinely  concern  and   comfortable  respecKvely.     ì  Habit   5:   Seek   First   to   Understand,   Then   to   be  Understood   ì  I  always  keep  an  open  mind  and  listen,  I  try   to   learn   everything   that   I   can   before   arguing/accepKng.   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  6. 6. 7  Habits  of  Highly  Effective  People   ì  Habit  6:  Synergize   ì  I   am   no   longer   an   individual   contributor,   I   need   to   keep   a   variety   of   personaliKes   in-­‐ sync  both  at  home  and  at  work.   ì  Habit  7:  Sharpen  the  Saw   ì  A   30-­‐minute   –   2.5hours   meditaKve   yoga   daily   to   align   myself.     Acknowledging   my   fears   and   channeling   these   to   deal   and   keep  up  with  my  various  roles.   ì  Keep  reading  and  hungry  for  knowledge.   ì  Keep   paying-­‐forward   and   talk   to   God   to   saKsfy  my  spiritual  needs.   carlatetangco.blogspot.com  
  7. 7. ìMy  Asana  Sequence  Steps  to  achieve  a  quiet  state  of  mind   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  8. 8. 1.  Meditate   ì  Begin  to  quiet  the  voices  inside   your  mind.   ì  Focus  on  self,  fears  and  strengths.   ì  Be  mindful  of  the  surroundings,  the   noise  and  the  people  around.   ì  If  a  disturbance  comes  to  mind,   acknowledge  it  and  let  it  go.  carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  9. 9. 2.  Sun  Salutation  ì  Give  thanks  and  praise  the  higher  being.  ì  Dedicate  or  channel  your  pracKce  to  your   intenKon,  it  could  be  someone  or  something.  ì  Begin  to  warm  up  your  body  with  Ujjayi   breathe  (Victorious  breath).  ì  Listen  to  your  body,  it  will  tell  you  its  limitaKon   today.   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  10. 10. 3.  Standing  Poses   ì  Do  not  lock  your  knees,  keep  it  slightly   bended.   ì  Keep  your  bandha’s(muscles  in  your   body)  engaged.   ì  If  your  heart  beat  is  speeding  go  back   to  your  intenKons  and  slow  down  your   heartbeat  with  your  Ujjayi   breath(victorious  breath).  carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  11. 11. 4.  Balancing  Poses  ì  Fla@en  your  feet  to  the   ground.  ì  Establish  your  DrishK  or  your   focused  gaze.  ì  Focus  on  that  point.  ì  Once  balance  is  establish   challenge  yourself  by  looking   at  another  point.   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  12. 12. 5.  Seated  Poses  ì  Keep  your  seaKng  bones  flat  on  the  ground.  ì  Keep  your  bandha’s(muscles  in  your  body)  engaged.  ì  In  every  inhale  stretch  your  body.  ì  In  every  exhale  move  your  whole  body  down  to  the  floor.   carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  13. 13. 6.  Closing  Sequence  ì  Look  at  the  world  differently  with  inversions.  ì  Thank  God  for  the  energy.  ì  Close  with  Savasana(corpse  pose)  and  let  go  of   everything.  ì  Relish  your  Kred  body,  quiet  mind  and  refreshed   breath.     carlatetangco.blogspot.com
  14. 14. ìFull Pose Guide Free For All Used in the Passion-Driven and Reflective Marketing Plan for Solver Carla Carla  Tetangco   January  2013   carlatetangco.blogspot.com

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