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Title: Day 6_KO Punch
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Goal: this task will accomplish the achievement of the goal to dream bigger (Vision4Future).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 5 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 14, 2019 | When: | Duration: 15 Minute(s)
Steps:
  • Start this session by going to the 'demo' tab and watching the clip from the movie, "Moana".

    Let us know what you think when you've finished.
    response:
  • Moana had a strong desire to pursue adventure. She couldn't suppress it.

    Why?

    It was a part of her.

    That's what dreams are - a part of you.

    Like Moana, you may feel blocked in pursuing this part of you.

    Is this true?
    response:
  • You were asked yesterday to take a stand against messages - including those in your own mind - that were blocking you from following your own path.

    How do you pursue what is most special to you and still please others?

    The short answer is...you can't.

    Maybe it's not possible right now. However, if you take a long-range approach in your thinking, it helps.

    If you achieve your dreams, then others can see your fulfillment, your joy and the passion that fuels it. That's a way for them to be happy for you and even feel honored by the life you've chosen.

    Does this make sense to you?
    response:
  • Envision your life in 10 years.

    What will make you the most happy? In this vision, picture how you look, how you act, the kind of friends you want, family, education, career, lifestyle, place where you live....whatever it is that grabs you most.

    It's your vision, give it all you've got!
    response:
  • When you finished describing your future self, what were the first two thoughts that jumped in your mind?
    response:
  • If the messages were hopeful, great! Keep it up!

    If you're like most of us, though, there may have been a critical or doubtful phrase that popped up.

    If so, what was it?
    response:
  • That's the message that's trying to steal from you.

    That's the inner voice we have to give everything to defeat before it defeats us.

    It might help to know that we all have to learn that if a dream is worth having, then it will be challenged. That's part of the adventure.

    We have to fight hard and often to insist that we achieve our dreams because they express the best part of us.

    Our first opponent is often our own doubts and current predicaments.

    How hard will you fight to overcome the inner "voices" that try to steal your dream?
    response:
  • Speaking of fighting, any good boxer knows they have to have a good trainer, someone in their corner who guides them and believes in them.

    This is how they keep going when things get tough.

    That said, who do you go for advice and encouragement?
    response:
  • You may have a friend, sibling or other family member who supports you. If so, great!

    Let's add another person. The more positive voices there are in your life, the easier it is to overcome what comes against you day to day.

    Try this: start looking for a job or volunteer project where the supervisor has the experience, time and desire to reach inside you and pull out your best. This would be the kind of person who won't let you give up or go backwards easily.

    You don't even have to like the person at first. It doesn't have to be the kind of job or volunteer position you initially planned on having. Just look for that "knowing" in your gut that this is the person who can do it.

    Interested?
    response:
  • The easiest way to start is by asking someone you already know if they know a person like this who has a job opening or a volunteer project available.

    That said, we realize that sometimes it's very difficult to find such a person. There aren't a lot of them anymore. But it is well worth the effort you give it.

    You can also keep going with these isoCourses. They're designed to lead you in the direction you want to go with step-by-step instruction, encouragement and guidance. They can be that person in your corner until you're ready to branch out.

    Of course, you also have your Next Step community and JP team to turn to for support.

    Are you willing to keep going with the isoBlogs and search for the right boss to be in your corner?
    response:
  • We're betting you'll be way more successful than you ever imagined possible. The first person you'll impress is yourself!

    Enjoy your adventure!
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