Click here for Mastery Orientation CLASS RECORDING - 10 8 2019 [May need to download]
If you weren’t with us, please take the time to listen to the whole thing and go through the orientation process. If you don’t have enough time, at least go through the steps outlined below in “Featured Homework.” This will get you off to a wonderful start for this Mastery.
What is "Mastery?"
"Mastery" is a goal setting and group accountability system to support you in living principles & forming habits that will transport you from surviving to thriving and strengthen your movement toward what you see for your life.
Questions, Complaints, Suggestions
We are here for you! Do not hesitate to ask for clarification on anything or to offer suggestions. We LOVE suggestions.
Group text John @ (801)347-7667 & Narelle @ (801)548-8212. One of us will get back with you. You can also email us with your suggestions, complaints, anything at all. It really helps us to serve you better if you provide honest feedback and suggestions. email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To schedule appointments for private coaching, please text Narelle.
FEATURED HOMEWORK (FOLLOWING ORIENTATION)
1) Decide on a habit tracker. See www.pathofpeace.org/habits for details.
2) Determine how you will and manage your projects.
In other words, what method will you use to break goals down into bite sized actions? It can even be a bunch of post its on your fridge or mirror- whatever works for you. We strongly suggest todoist, or (if you’re not into tech) a Franklin Planner, or our mini planner/habit tracker, available each week at Mastery.
3) Determine your "Mastery Habits."
"Mastery Habits" are the habits you are committing to for this 11 week Mastery such as exercise, meetings, interviews, journaling etc. PLUS habits unique to your current business, family, health etc. As you proceed through the workbook. Click here to proceed through this process in the workbook (Page 11 to 17). Remember that you can change your Mastery Habits anytime (as inspired).
4) Determine which Mastery Habits you will put “Skin” in.
As you continue in the orientation process (described above), be prayerful and discerning about what's best for you. Having said this, If you truly want the next 5 years to be even better than the last 5, commit to all the big habits and put some “skin in the game!” (noting that “skin in the game” is different for everyone).
Another way of putting this: Be bold but be realistic. Don't set yourself up for failure, but challenge yourself! Include special attention to your Health Jump-Start when it comes to skin in the game. Click here for the entire process of determining your Mastery Habits & Skin in the Game. It all comes to a head on page 16.
5) Get your phone set up for Mastery so that whatever you’re going to be using (and that’s different for everyone) is in one place, at your fingertips on your cell phone Home-Screen.
Project Manager (Todoist)
Favorite inspiration type links
Vision Board etc.
OTHER AMAZING HOMEWORK OPPORTUNITIES
6) Listen to Joel's "Closer Than You Think."
7) Watch some of this week's videos (below) to inspire you in your path of Mastery.
Note: There are more to choose from this week than usual. These are all fantastic. Watch the ones you are drawn to. As we go through Mastery together you can catch up on the rest later.
Mastery is about “Daily.”
Narelle's photo of what we do when we need deserts that are INSIDE the "Great White Line."
Getting committed to getting some sleep can complete your life of Mastery.
Mastering your life and achieving your goals is primarily about your willingness to convert the massive action required to get from here to there into what we refer to in Mastery as "Bite Sized" actions.
The smaller the bites, the more you are inclined to act. The more you are inclined to act, the greater the momentum. The greater the momentum, the greater the manifestation of your visions. Life can be very fun and very sweet with just one steady little action after the next.
At least 20 Minutes a day will change your life! We promise!
How you do one thing is how you do everything.