How to Practice to Make Progress

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We set a general intention to help align our motivation: To remain curious to improve processes. – 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.

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Dethroning The Ego – Part 2 – Decision-Making

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.

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Decide to live as a Warrior

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The critical question is: how do we create lives that are meaningful? - 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.

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Flowing Up a Climb

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In the last lesson we used the metaphor of a river to understand motivation. Now, let’s look at climbing. - 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 free lessons.

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A River Flows Through It

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Motivation is defined as a need, desire or condition of being eager to act or work. By developing the third freedom, the freedom to be our authentic self, we connect with intrinsic motivation. - 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.

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Energy and Motivation

We don’t climb because we benefit by the physical and mental exercise; we climb because it makes us feel alive. Let's investigate how we become motivated. - 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.

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How do you feel after

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Let's evaluate how you feel after a climbing effort. Do you feel frustrated if you don't send; do you feel elated if you do send? Why?

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Performance vs. Recreation

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Falling is a hotly debated issue among climbers. The next series of lessons will dig into understanding falling so we can make better risk decisions. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, discount offers, and practical tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.

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Intention

This lesson address intention and how it fits into decision-making. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, discount offers, and practical tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.

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