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  1. LIFEOLOGY Change the World and Still Be Home for Dinner

  2. What is Your Dream?

  3. Lettuce or Salad?

  4. 3 Big Questions: Design Who am I? What do I want? Desire What matters? Drive

  5. Swim or Surf

  6. Lifeology: Fulfilling Your Life’s Purpose • To Fulfill Your Unique Design. • To Do Your Unique Work. • To Live in Life Integrity.

  7. Life is an Epic Journey

  8. The Story of Our Lives Growth Spiral Innovate Hero’s Journey Collaborate Envision HERO Do Want STATUS QUO CRISIS Don’t Want Deny COWARD Blame Death Spiral Rationalize

  9. Business-As-Usual vs. Entrepreneurs Problem ……………….. SOLUTION Fear …………………….. OPPORTUNITY Don’t ……………………. DO

  10. What if you were perfectly designed to live your dream?

  11. Our dreams are discovered when our Design and Desires meet. GTV Dream Life Desire Success Interest Mediocrity Willingness Failure Avoidance Design Incompetence Capability Skill

  12. WHO AM I? Design • Traits • Talents • Track Record

  13. Who Am I?Traits • Enduring Strengths • How You Experience Reality • How You Want to Offer Value

  14. WHO AM I?INNATE TRAITS • Humility/Modesty • Prudence • Self-regulation • Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence • Gratitude • Hope • Humor • Spirituality • Creativity • Curiosity • Open-mindedness • Love of Learning • Perspective • Bravery • Persistence • Integrity • Vitality • Love • Kindness • Social Intelligence • Citizenship • Fairness • Leadership • Forgiveness & Mercy

  15. Who am I?Talents: 3 Clues • Compliments • Energy, Effort, Ease • Desire for Mastery

  16. Discovering Your Talents • What do you most value about me? • What would you like me to do more of? • What would you like me to do less of?

  17. What do I want? What does my soul desire?

  18. Disaster Movie or Hero’s Journey? We are clear on what we don’t want. • Illness • Poverty • Loneliness • Boredom • Powerlessness • Meaninglessness

  19. One Life, Now 1. Life Alignment Career Lifestyle 2. Life Autonomy Relationships 3. Life Achievement

  20. Desire Lifestyle, Relationships, Career • Deepest longings. • Choice if no one cared. • Constant, creative learning. • Energy gain.

  21. Lifestyle PositiveEmotions, Passionate Engagement, Personal Meaning Where YouLive | How You Live | Why You Live

  22. Wisdom Work(Judgment) Creative Work(Ideas) Knowledge Worker(Facts) Process Worker(Labor) Evolution of Work Value CAREER

  23. So How Great Do You Want To Be? The Best in Your Field. The Best in the World. Good Quite Good Very Good Source: Paul Arden

  24. The World Still Needs Cowboys Be Unique. Don’t Compete You already are. Just turn up the volume.

  25. What’s Important?

  26. Our Drive is Our Message Love or Fear

  27. Drive: Prime Motive Give Grow Gain Gain Grow Give

  28. Leadership of the Future Human Capitalism PEOPLE PROFIT PURPOSE Give Grow Gain Improve the Quality of Everyone’s Life. Innovation NOT Exploitation. Unique Value Advantage Human Capitalism Abundance GTV

  29. Unique Value Advantage • Understand: “You really get it.” • Enrich: “This makes my life better.” • Captivate: “I couldn’t imagine my life without it.” d r e a m d r e a m

  30. REALeadership “You get it” Relationship Improvement Product Efficiency Costs Innovation Process Service “This makes my life better.”

  31. Relationship Business Building Intrinsic Value vs. Transaction Value Audience vs. Customer

  32. Relationship Business Building 5 - 2 - 1

  33. Matterhorn or Splatterhorn

  34. Your Dream Matters