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Title: The Next Step - Drama Checklist
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Goal: this checklist will increase the confidence about the goal to develop trust and confidence in disagreements.
Next Step - JP published this Checklist at isodoit.com under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 5 | Form: Checklist | Phase: Reinforcement | Type: Post-Event | Level: 2 | Code:
Checklist Instructions: Go through each step. If you feel you haven't mastered a particular step, redo the corresponding isoBlog until you feel confident about the concept.
Checklist Topic: Drama
Start: Dec 14, 2019 | When: | Total Minutes: 10
Days:   Day 1
#: 1 | Duration: 10 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I'm honest with myself about who I am, what I believe and how I feel about people I meet who are very different from me on the surface.
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 2 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I rely on Drama Buster #1: honesty about my communication filters. I understand that my life experience and preferences may distort what I think I'm hearing, so I work hard to keep it chill, giving it my best to understand what's really being said.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 2_Honest
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 3 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I realize that if I change my attitude, behavior and choice of words, then I could make my life a lot less stressful.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 3_Good, Good Day
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 4 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I follow Drama Buster #2: Ears First. Mouth Second. As tough as it is sometimes, I won't interrupt or get defensive when I hear things that set me off. I count to 10 to keep my thoughts from spinning out of control. I simply hear what is being said and won't allow past experience to distort the message and escalate drama.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 4_Ears First
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 5 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I follow Drama Buster #3: Don't Assume. Ask. If I've chosen my friends well, then I know I can give them the benefit of the doubt that I'm just not understanding what they're trying to say. So I ask.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 5_Ask
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 6 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I use the tips Les Brown offered: 1) "Someone's opinion of me does not have to become my reality." 2) "If I argue for my limitations, I get to keep them."
Attached isoBlogs: Day 6_Why Argue for Limitations
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 7 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I use Drama Buster #4: Keep it chill. I'm the one who looks calm, cool and confident when a disagreement threatens to escalate. Doing so has the opposite effect and lowers tension all around.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 7_Am I My Own Turbulence
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 8 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I use Drama Buster #5: Own My Stuff. I know that admitting I'm wrong shows confidence and can diffuse conflict.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 8_Own it
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 9 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I ask the other person what they're trying to tell me that I don't understand. I listen carefully to their response, giving it everything I've got to trust they might be right. Maybe I was seeing "ghosts". Past issues may be triggered because the issue seems similar, but it doesn't belong in my current conversation. Things aren't necessarily what I first imagined them to be.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 9_Tackle Ghosts
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 10 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: Before disagreement turns into battle, I recall Drama Buster #6: I recognize that the other person cares enough about me to stay in the conversation.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 10_Swapping Filters
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 11 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I put into practice Drama Buster #7: Release offense. To keep things chill, I use phrases like, "You said (fill in the blank), but I still don't understand. Help me get it." I'm overcoming my fear of being hurt. Forgiving slights expresses courage to love.
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 12 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: Since it takes time to stop seeing "ghosts" when in conflict, my fallback is Drama Buster #8: Humble myself. Lower my guard. Swallow my pride. Trust that what I think I see or hear may be wrong.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 12_Feeling It
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 13 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I'm willing to change, grow and offer my friend the same opportunity I've been given. When things calm down, I explain how I've changed as a result of the isoBlogs and Drama Busters.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 13_Drama Buster
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 14 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: When thoughts trip my "I'm irritated" button, I back up and consider (a) is the offense really worth it, or (b) is it time to let go of the pain and intensity that result from holding a grudge? "Hakuna Matata!" No worries!
Attached isoBlogs: Day 14_Hakuna Matata
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 15 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I refuse to give into shame and self pity. They distort my view and make me run from people who are trying to help me. I apply Drama Buster #9: Ask for help. Listen to the truth. If I'm wrong, I admit it and move on.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 15_Frozen
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 16 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I'm willing to lay down my pride and fight hate with love.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 16_Selma's Way
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 17 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I'm fighting hard to overcome faulty communication filters and replace them with something good. I keep a happy tune in my head to ward off negative vibes.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 17_Feelin' It
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 18 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I shut down my negative emotions so I can hear what the other person is getting at. I especially block critical thoughts. I understand that criticism blocks love. It seeks superiority. I don't want that. I can't love someone whose ego I'm trying to squash.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 18_Sugar
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 19 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: Why be negative? I focus on the beauty I see in the world. At all costs, I avoid criticism, sarcasm and mocking. I don't stick around to let anyone else put me down with that negativity either.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 19_Beauty in the World
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 20 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: When tempted to withdraw, spout off or be self protective, I give it everything I have to trust the other person's motives. I'm determined to accept that the other person is after my best interests.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 20_The Core
Completion: Yes No Skip
#: 21 | Duration: 0 Minutes | Zone: Open | Time:
Instructions: I rely heavily on Drama Buster #10: Forgive. I make peace with myself and others. I don't want the past to have a hold on my present and future. This is the fastest way to experience happiness and a sense of stability. I want that.
Attached isoBlogs: Day 21_Triple Threat
Completion: Yes No Skip
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