We want to feel powerful when interacting with the struggles we inevitably have in life. We retain our power by facing reality and working with it.
Ma fille, Emma, a obtenu son premier emploi récemment, dans un magasin de yogourt glacé en libre-service. Elle a aimé être formée à la préparation des machines à yogourt, à…
Minha filha, Emma, conseguiu seu primeiro emprego recentemente, trabalhando em uma loja de iogurte congelado self-service. Ela gostava de ser treinada para preparar as máquinas de iogurte, manter a área…
Decisions about which routes to climb need to be made differently once basic skills and falling are learned. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, discount offers, and practice tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.
If we have to ask someone else “Is it okay to fall here?” then we need to become aware. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, discount offers, and practice tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.
A foundational decision determines why we climb. Primary decisions determine what we will climb. Secondary decisions determine how we will climb so we can accomplish the primary decision.
"Why" decisions lay the foundation for our actions. Once we know why we do whatever activity we do, we can determine specifically what we want to do. "What" decisions give us vision.
The quality of our decisions begins with foundational reasons that address why we do what we do. Quality "why" reasons lead to quality actions.
In previous eLessons we outlined a structure based on current reality, vision, and following the path of least resistance through that structure. As we enter that structure we'll make many decisions. What decisions we make, why we make them, and how we make them determines the quality of our actions. In the next four lessons we will study decisions, how they differ, and how they build into the climbing process.