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  1. FLOW • Time warps (slow or fast) • Lose sense of self • Intense focus • Perform at highest level • Seems effortless (flow) • Internally satisfying • Regain larger sense of self Adapted from FLOW by Mihalyi Csikszentmihalyi

  2. What do you think of Flow … • Clearly it comes from a variety of sources • Is it repeatable? • Can it be designed into your life? • Could it be transported from one activity to another? Study of World Class Performers

  3. NEWBURG’S CAREER SAMPLES • World Class Athletes • Touring Musicians • Heart Surgeons • Extraordinary Executives • Warriors/Naval Aviators 550 World Class Performers

  4. The Resonance Model dream revisit your dream preparation obstacles Doug Newburg, PhD

  5. WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE dream Doug Newburg

  6. Not much happens without a dream. And for something great to happen, there must be a great dream. Behind every great achievement is a dreamer of great dreams. Much more than a dreamer is required to bring it to reality; but the dream must be there first. Robert GreenleafServant Leadership, p. 16

  7. “When people come to work, it’s important that they be connected to a dream.” Bill Gates, Fortune, 1/26/04, p. 124

  8. Life’s Dreams LD external • What you wanted to be or do. • Externally measured • Achievements • “Success” LD internal • How you felt at your best. • Internally measured • Experience • “Success”

  9. Does how you feel affect your performance? • How many times have you been asked by supervision at work how you want to feel?

  10. DREAMS (LDext & LDint) • Natural • Given • Discovered or Built

  11. Life’s Dream Internal (LDint) • Is not a “goal” which is a “false dream” • Is a connection between Resonance producing activities and the Feelings that come at the peak

  12. Activities Feelings LDexts & LDints

  13. Goals vs “Experience” (feel) • Much of the industrial era has focused on goal setting • Achievement orientation often drives our behavior at the expense of our emotional experience • Remember to remember how you feel is equally as important as what you do.

  14. How are you Living? 100% OUTSIDE Assertiveness 50% INSIDE Fear of Rejection 0%

  15. WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE dream Doug Newburg, PhD

  16. Not much happens without a dream. And for something great to happen, there must be a great dream. Behind every great achievement is a dreamer of great dreams. Much more than a dreamer is required to bring it to reality; but the dream must be there first. Robert GreenleafServant Leadership, p. 16

  17. Dave Scott49, Six-time Ironman Hawaii Champion “During a race, I never wear a wristwatch, and my bike doesn’t have a speedometer. They’re distractions. All I work on is finding a rhythm that feels strong and sticking to it.” Outside, 9/03, p. 122

  18. PASSION Jim Collins’ answer: The Hedgehog Concept SKILL and TALENT ECONOMIC RETURN BHAGs Good to Great, by Jim Collins, Harper 18

  19. Examples of feel … • Easy speed (swimmer) • Playing to win at the highest level • Out of my chest • Being at one with my surroundings • Creative, Intimate, Helping, Athletic • Peaceful, satisfied, alive • Buoyant, connected mastery • Light, unhurried, and engaged.

  20. WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE dream preparation Doug Newburg, PhD

  21. Preparation People ask me, “How do you play so well?” I practiced, intense “shedding.” If you’re willing to put in the time, you can do it to a certain level. Maybe I have a special talent that is intangible, but if you are willing to put in the time, you can really get it together.” Bruce Hornsby

  22. The Relationship between Dream and Preparation: Vijay Singh, pro golfer “Confidence doesn’t come from winning. Winning comes from confidence. And that confidence comes from hard work.” Vijay Singh, Golf Digest, “From the Gallery,” June 2005. Singh won nine tournaments in 2004, was ranked #1 in the world, and is known for his extraordinary practice regimen, hours and hours a day.

  23. WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE No stamina to Persist Unless you love it dream preparation Doug Newburg, PhD

  24. WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE dream preparation setbacks obstacles successes Doug Newburg, PhD

  25. OBSTACLES Adversity has ever been considered the state in which a man most easily becomes acquainted with himself. Samuel Johnson

  26. Getting stuck in the “Duty” Cycle dream preparation “Stuck in the Have-to Duty Cycle” sobstacless

  27. What happens when one crosses the divide between choice and obligation? Energy? Productivity? Creativity? Innovation Engagement? Commitment? Buy-In? CHOICE OBLIGATION

  28. We all start out knowing magic. We are born with whirlwinds, forest fires and comets inside of us. We are all born able to sing to birds and read the clouds, and see our destiny in grains of sand.

  29. But then we get the magic educated right out of our souls. We get it churched out, spanked out, washed out, and combed out. We get put on the straight and narrow and told to be responsible. Told to act our age. Told to grow up, for God’s sake. And you know why we were told that? Because the people doing the telling were afraid of our youth, and because the magic we knew made them ashamed and sad about what they had allowed to wither in themselves.

  30. After you go so far away from it though, you can’t really get it back, just seconds of knowing and remembering. When people get weepy at movies, it’s because in that dark theater the golden pool of magic is touched just briefly. Then they come out into the hard sun of logic and reason again and it dries up, and they’re left feeling a little heavy, and they don’t know why.

  31. The truth of life is that each year we get a little further from the essence that is born with us. We get shouldered burdens, some of them good, some of them not so good. Things happen to us. Life itself does its best to take that memory of magic away from us. You don’t know it’s happening until one day you feel like you’ve lost something… and you’re not sure what it is. It’s like smiling at a pretty girl, and she calls you “sir.” It just happens. From “Boy’s Life,” Robert MacCammon

  32. Breaking through the SOS Barrier dream revisit your dream preparation obstacles

  33. Revisiting the Dream • Reconnecting with your emotionalexperiencing • Reconnecting with “why?” • Balancing experience with results • Getting OUT of the “duty cycle” • Paradoxically improves results

  34. What is “success?” • Money? • Fame? • Power? • “afterward, you want to do it again.”

  35. One surgeon … • Asks patients to tell “why they want to live longer” • Asks for a photo after surgery • Reconnects patients with their dreams • Reconnects surgeon with his dream: to prevent deaths like his grandfather’s • Reconnects with his dreamthrough patients’ photos

  36. How do you approach your work? dream revisit your dream preparation obligation

  37. “feel” and “goal” are not the same… …we still had a long way to go. Like ants getting over an enormous obstacle we climbed up without appearing to make any progress. The slope was very steep. . . The air was luminous, and the light was tinged with the most delicate blue. On the other side of the couloir, ridges of bare ice refracted the light like prisms and sparkled with rainbow hues. The weather was still set fine--not a single cloud--and the air was dry. I felt in splendid form and as if, somehow, I had found a perfect balance within myself--was this, I wondered, the essence of happiness. Maurice Herzog, Annapurna, p. 166

  38. What’s the difference between “work” and a “job?” “I stopped loving golf at exactly the time I decided to turn pro.”Tom Weiskopf , Golf, July 2004, p. 133 People pay me a lot of money to go away from my family, stay in cheap motels, ride on the bus all night, and eat rubber chicken. But when the curtain goes up and the light on the camera goes on, THAT I do for free. Grammy winning musician

  39. Work and a Job JOB: what you have to do ? ? WORK: what you chooseto do with your life

  40. Going to a Job

  41. Going to Work

  42. How do you want to feel?

  43. Resonance I think that what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive, so that our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonance with our innermost being and reality, so that we actually feel the rapture of being alive. Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth, 1988

  44. Leadership is Managing Energy INFUSES DRAINS

  45. Five Key Questions 5. What are you willing to work for? 1. How do I wantto feel today? 4. How can Iget it back? 2. What does it taketo get that feeling? RESONANCE 3. What keeps me from that feeling?

  46. THE PURPOSE OF LIFE • Find Your Resonance • Invest in Your Resonance • Enjoy Your Resonance • Help Others Find Their Resonance

  47. Key Points … • Pay attention to your internal Life’s Dream as well as your external Life’s Dream • If you’re not resonating, will you be performing at a world-class level? • Pay attention to your experience along with your achieving. • It’s your life, what are you willing to work for? • Ignore Task AND Process at the risk of your enjoyment AND your performance

  48. Implications for Program Managers • Can you distinguish between LDext and LDint? • Can you identify your LDint? • Can you identify your team’s LDint? • Can you help people reconnect with their LDint? • What will the impact be on performance?