Yesterday I began a two week sex ed curriculum with a group of 120 high school students. I provide an abstinence-based comprehensive curriculum that provides medically accurate information to support healthy choices around sexual activitiy and relationships ... and life in general.
Since attending Jack Canfield's Breakthrough to Success and becoming an avid student of the Success Principles, I have revised my sex ed curriculum to incorporate a few key principles into my work.
Yesterday I began with a discussion on Taking 100% Responsiblity for Your Life and E+R=O. Event plus Response equals Outcome, with the key point being that we can't control the events or the outcomes ... only the responses.
Their homework assignment:: Find a partner. Share with your partner a part of your life (work, school, finances, relationships, etc) that you could be 10% more responsible for? What action could you take within the next 24 hours to be 10% more responsiblie? Go out and complete that action within the next 24 hours.
As I have shared, I am fascinated by the power of the subconscious mind. I do a kinesiology demonstration to begin a discussion about self esteem, the power of our own throughs on ourselves and others along with peer pressure and influence
Today we will use the scenarios in the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Quiz as the jumping off point of our discussion.
Tonight I begin teaching a 6 week course on the Success Principles to a group of adults. We'll also be talking about Taking 100% Responsiblity and the importance of accountability.
I love doing what I do! And I so enjoy witnessing others who are also on the path to self discovery.
But, before I head out, it's time to tend to my own success routine. First my gratitude list, which is mostly done here. Then a bit of visualization along with goal review. One more quiet cup of coffee as I listen to the birds waking up and enjoy the purr of the cat that insists on having her paw on my keyboard. Then my Rule of Five Action Plan for the day and off I go to see what magic lies in store.
Oh, by the way, care to try the homework assignment? I am happy to be your accountability partner. Simply leave your comments below.
Share a part of your life (work, school, finances, relationships, etc) that you could be 10% more responsible for? What action could you take within the next 24 hours to be 10% more responsiblie? Go out and complete that action within the next 24 hours and email me when you've completed your action. Accountability rocks ... which reminds me to add my accountability partner to my gratitude list today :)
No matter what your goal is and no matter how big or small, breaking them down into into smaller pieces makes it easier to take daily action that leads to achieving desired results.
I tend to to be a visionary. I have big ideas, transformational vision and creative ideas that have the capacity to change the world. I have amazing intuition, keen sensitivity and am well connected to my passion, my purpose, my emotions and my creativity.
However, if it were not for some pretty solid coaching around how to break the big picture down into smaller pieces and some accountability around taking action, I would most likely stay lost in my vision. I would continue to spin around and around in my inner cycle of creativity, would never take focused action and would close myself off from the abundance the Universe has to offer me.
So, supported by a set of wonderful success principles, some solid coaching, a simple daily practice to support effortless success, and accountability partners, I am able to turn my goals into reality.
I can easily get overwhelmed by the big picture. Using the Mind Map technique provides me with an great tool to get out of overwhelm, chunk down the big goals into smaller pieces, develop daily action plans and create opportunities for inspired action that move me to results!
Read more about Mind Mapping in this article titled Chunk Down That Goal and Get Out of Overwhelm by Jack Canfield
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