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Title: Day 7_Your Secret Weapon
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Goal: this task will increase the enjoyment around the goal to activate hope with a plan (Turning Heartache Into Triumph).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 9 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 06, 2019 | When: | Duration: 15 Minute(s)
Steps:
  • It takes courage to change the way you think and act.

    How much courage did it take yesterday for you to take a step toward your goal?
    response:
  • Go to the demo tab above and watch Sara Bareilles' video, "Brave".

    Let us know what you thought about it when you've finished.
    response:
  • Whether you realize it or not, if you've gotten this far in life, you've shown bravery.

    It's been said that “courage is moving forward in the face of fear”.

    Each step you take - even if you're afraid when doing it - is a courageous step toward your personal victory.

    How much do you agree with this statement?
    response:
  • Take a moment to imagine what your life would be like to overcome the obstacles currently preventing you from reaching your goals.
    response:
  • Describe how you would be different if you approached what's currently in your way as a challenge - an adventure - rather than an insurmountable obstacle.
    response:
  • What important action are you avoiding because you're afraid of what might happen?

    If you can't think of anything you should be doing that you aren't, then take a look at some examples listed below. See if you feel any of them.

    * not following the crowd
    * getting out of a bad situation
    * trying a new hobby
    * entering a contest
    * finishing school or returning to school to get your GED or diploma
    * enrolling in college
    * staying in school even when you thought it was hopeless
    * starting a job
    * learning a new skill
    * moving to a different neighborhood to get away from bad influences
    * engaging in conversations with people who seem different from you
    * trying a new hairstyle or way of dressing
    * saying you're sorry
    * moving forward without holding a grudge after suffering rejection or pain
    * disagreeing with people who were mocking or critical
    * finding friends who bring out the best in you
    * seeking help when you need it through a pastor, counselor, or mentor
    * continuing this isoBlog
    response:
  • Keep in mind that you've been brave all along. You've overcome a lot to get to this point. That's all the proof you need.

    Take a big, deep breath and do the thing you listed in Step 5. As you do it, remember the image you had of "brave you" in action.
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  • Go to a trusted source - a friend or mentor - and tell them what courageous action you've chosen, and ask them to hold you accountable in seeing it through.
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