eLesson 0711 002-w900-h700In previous eLessons we outlined a structure based on current reality, vision, and following the path of least resistance through that structure. First, we needed to understand our current reality. This is our starting point. Second, we needed to understand the end goal we are aiming for. This gives us vision to know what we want to create. Third, we needed to understand the structural tension that is created between our current reality and our vision. By holding both of these in our awareness we stimulate the creative process, seize strategic moments, and create momentum to propel us toward our vision.

However, we will make many decisions as we move through the structure along the path of least resistance. There are different types of decisions. It’s important to understand how decisions differ and how they determine our actions. We will investigate three types of decisions: foundational, primary, and secondary. Each of these decisions is very different. A foundational decision is our foundation, determines our motivation, and determines how we’ll make primary and secondary decisions. A foundational decision determines why we climb. Primary decisions are tangible end results that we want to accomplish. Primary decisions determine what we will climb. Secondary decisions are made to support a primary decision and determine how we will climb. Understanding this difference will help clarify our creative process and allow us to take effective action along the path of least resistance.

In the next three eLessons we’ll investigate these different decisions.

In previous eLessons we outlined a structure based on current reality, vision, and following the path of least resistance through that structure. First, we needed to understand our current reality. This is our starting point. Second, we needed to understand the end goal we are aiming for. This gives us vision to know what we want to create. Third, we needed to understand the structural tension that is created between our current reality and our vision. By holding both of these in our awareness we stimulate the creative process, seize strategic moments, and create momentum to propel us toward our vision.
However, we will make many decisions as we move through the structure along the path of least resistance. There are different types of decisions. It’s important to understand how decisions differ and how they determine our actions. We will investigate three types of decisions: foundational, primary, and secondary. Each of these decisions is very different. A foundational decision is our foundation, determines our motivation, and determines how we’ll make primary and secondary decisions. A foundational decision determines why we climb. Primary decisions are tangible end results that we want to accomplish. Primary decisions determine what we will climb. Secondary decisions are made to support a primary decision and determine how we will climb. Understanding this difference will help clarify our creative process andIn previous eLessons we outlined a structure based on current reality, vision, and following the path of least resistance through that structure. First, we needed to understand our current reality. This is our starting point. Second, we needed to understand the end goal we are aiming for. This gives us vision to know what we want to create. Third, we needed to understand the structural tension that is created between our current reality and our vision. By holding both of these in our awareness we stimulate the creative process, seize strategic moments, and create momentum to propel us toward our vision.
However, we will make many decisions as we move through the structure along the path of least resistance. There are different types of decisions. It’s important to understand how decisions differ and how they determine our actions. We will investigate three types of decisions: foundational, primary, and secondary. Each of these decisions is very different. A foundational decision is our foundation, determines our motivation, and determines how we’ll make primary and secondary decisions. A foundational decision determines why we climb. Primary decisions are tangible end results that we want to accomplish. Primary decisions determine what we will climb. Secondary decisions are made to support a primary decision and determine how we will climb. Understanding this difference will help clarify our creative process and allow us to take effective action along the path of least resistance.
In the next three eLessons we’ll investigate these different decisions.In previous eLessons we outlined a structure based on current reality, vision, and following the path of least resistance through that structure. First, we needed to understand our current reality. This is our starting point. Second, we needed to understand the end goal we are aiming for. This gives us vision to know what we want to create. Third, we needed to understand the structural tension that is created between our current reality and our vision. By holding both of these in our awareness we stimulate the creative process, seize strategic moments, and create momentum to propel us toward our vision.
However, we will make many decisions as we move through the structure along the path of least resistance. There are different types of decisions. It’s important to understand how decisions differ and how they determine our actions. We will investigate three types of decisions: foundational, primary, and secondary. Each of these decisions is very different. A foundational decision is our foundation, determines our motivation, and determines how we’ll make primary and secondary decisions. A foundational decision determines why we climb. Primary decisions are tangible end results that we want to accomplish. Primary decisions determine what we will climb. Secondary decisions are made to support a primary decision and determine how we will climb. Understanding this difference will help clarify our creative process and allow us to take effective action along the path of least resistance.
In the next three eLessons we’ll investigate these different decisions. allow us to take effective action along the path of least resistance.
In the next three eLessons we’ll investigate these different decisions.

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