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LIFEOLOGY Change the World and Still Be Home for Dinner

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  1. LIFEOLOGY Change the World and Still Be Home for Dinner

  2. What is Your Dream?

  3. Lettuce or Salad?

  4. Life is a Question… That Only Has a Spiritual Answer

  5. 3 Big Questions: Design Who am I? What do I want? Desire What matters? Drive

  6. What we want: Fulfillment WORK LOVE PLAY Relationships Make a difference Personal Interests Change the World and Still Be Home for Dinner

  7. Am I a Slugbot? Am I a Slug?

  8. Do you want to get off?

  9. 1st CatastrophicError I Can Manage My Time Better and Find Fulfillment. PROBLEM: Life cannot be scheduled Trying to balance leads to more anxiety. Balance is not fulfillment. “If I schedule time with my children, my spouse and at the gym, I will feel balanced.”

  10. 2nd CatastrophicError I Can Achieve My Way to Fulfillment. • “If I do what I should…” • I will be acceptable, loveable, appreciated. • My life will turn out the way I need it to. • I will feel fulfilled…insecure, confident, perfectionist. PROBLEM: Salt water will not quench your thirst.

  11. 3rd CatastrophicError Magical Thinking will Make Me Happy. “If I follow my heart, live my dream, find my bliss… I will be fulfilled.” PROBLEM: Self deception can lead to a counterfeit calling.

  12. Swim or Surf

  13. Lifeology: Fulfilling Your Life’s Purpose • To Fulfill Your Unique Design. • To Do Your Unique Work. • To Live in Life Integrity.

  14. The Truth How fast are you moving?

  15. Both + And is Reality • Marriages are good and bad. • Jobs are satisfying and dissatisfying. • There is more than one right way. • The truth is always more than we know. • We can be happy no matter what.

  16. Life is an Epic Journey

  17. Beyond Work/Life Balance Life Integrity INNER Design DriveDesire OUTER Relationships Lifestyle Career

  18. What if you were perfectly designed to live your dream?

  19. Our dreams are discovered when our Design and Desires meet. GTV Dream Life Desire Success Interest Mediocrity Willingness Failure Avoidance Design Incompetence Capability Skill

  20. WHO AM I? What am I? • I am not my body… • I am not my emotions… • I am not my thoughts… • I am not my roles…

  21. Our Super Theory Determines Our Identity Design: Traits & Talents 10% Meaning Achievement, Job, Thoughts 55% Success Tribes 35% Pleasure Body, Emotions, Traumas

  22. WHO AM I? Design • Traits • Talents • Track Record

  23. Who Am I?Traits • Enduring Strengths • How You Experience Reality • How You Want to Offer Value

  24. WHO AM I?INNATE TRAITS • Humility/Modesty • Prudence • Self-regulation • Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence • Gratitude • Hope • Humor • Spirituality • Creativity • Curiosity • Open-mindedness • Love of Learning • Perspective • Bravery • Persistence • Integrity • Vitality • Love • Kindness • Social Intelligence • Citizenship • Fairness • Leadership • Forgiveness & Mercy

  25. Who am I?Talents: 3 Clues • Compliments • Energy, Effort, Ease • Desire for Mastery

  26. Discovering Your Talents • What do you most value about me? • What would you like me to do more of? • What would you like me to do less of?

  27. Just Who Do You Think You Are? Identity Integrity Decisions Values Thoughts Results Actions

  28. What do I want? What does my soul desire?

  29. Disaster Movie or Hero’s Journey? We are clear on what we don’t want. • Illness • Poverty • Loneliness • Boredom • Powerlessness • Meaninglessness

  30. One Life, Now 1. Life Alignment Career Lifestyle 2. Life Autonomy Relationships 3. Life Achievement

  31. Take the Dream Life Assessment AmericanDreamProject.org

  32. Desire Lifestyle, Relationships, Career • Deepest longings. • Choice if no one cared. • Energy gain.

  33. How We Think Intuitive | Practical | Analytical

  34. Lifestyle PositiveEmotions, Passionate Engagement, Personal Meaning Where YouLive | How You Live | Why You Live

  35. Wisdom Work(Judgment) Creative Work(Ideas) Knowledge Worker(Facts) Process Worker(Labor) Evolution of Work Value CAREER

  36. Future Proof Your Life: Design & Drive is What Counts Stand Out, Don’t Fit In Become an Expert with High Emotional Intelligence

  37. So How Great Do You Want To Be? The Best in Your Field. The Best in the World. Good Quite Good Very Good Source: Paul Arden

  38. The World Still Needs Cowboys Be Unique. Don’t Compete You already are. Just turn up the volume.

  39. Relationships • Without Love there is no happiness. • With Love there is no emptiness. • Relationships are the source of all human meaning.

  40. Love requires both Intimacy and Commitment.

  41. Romance TIME TOUCH THOUGHTFULNESS

  42. All Feelings Decay into a Concept Intrinsic: You are uniquely loveable. Practical: Are you meeting my needs? Analytical: Are you doing what you are supposed to? - - - - - + - + + + + +

  43. The Quality of Our Relationships Comes from Our Super Theory Design: Traits & Talents Active Advocacy Integrity Aggressive, Bargaining Achievement, Job, Thoughts Demands/Threats Goals Insecure, Undermining Body, Emotions, Traumas Pleasure Passive

  44. REAL Love Intrinsic 1. Understand + - - + + Practical 2. Affirm + Systemic 3. Involve

  45. Our Drive is Our Message Love or Fear

  46. Drive: Prime Motive Give Grow Gain Gain Grow Give

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