Ever heard of the popular Wheel of Life? It was created by Paul J Meyer and you self-audit against 10 or 12 aspects of your life like Love, Career, Fun, Money … and we get to check in to see where your imbalances are in your life and then start to address each one.
Living an authentic life – well, no one can be authentic by trying to imitate someone else. Sure, you can learn from other’s experiences, but there is no way you can be your true self when you are trying to live Michelle Obama's values and beliefs.
Flow was a concept coined by a very famous psychologist back in the 70’s and it was his way of describing that feeling when time flies by when you are having fun, when you’re totally in the zone with your headphones on and bashing out the next chapter of your book, or you are buzzing off the walls when you are doing some brain storming.
The PrOACT (Problem, Objectives and Measures, Alternatives, Consequences, and Trade-offs) Structured Decision-Making framework is a method for creating a clear and concise summary of a problem and the possible solutions to it so that you—or a senior decision-maker—can clearly see the consequences of each choice.