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Title: Day 1_A Small Shift. A Glorious Triumph.
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Goal: this task will increase the confidence of the goal to develop hope for the future with a plan to activate that hope (Turning Heartache Into Triumph).
JP The Next Step published this Cognitive Task at isodoit.com under Education | Personal Awareness and Self-Improvement and Societal | Relationships
Doers: 26 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: Foundation | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 10, 2018 | When: | Duration: 20 Minute
Steps:
  • It may sound impossible, but it only takes a small shift in thinking to turn your hardest struggle into your greatest triumph.

    Painful experiences will never be considered a victory in and of themselves. It's what you do afterwards that can turn your whole life around.

    Go to the 'demo' tab above and watch "The Butterfly Circus" to better understand what we're talking about.

    Tell us what you thought about the video when you've finished.
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  • Think about the character, Will, who seemed to have more going against him than for him.

    But the Circus Ringleader thought differently. He told Will, "If you could only see the beauty that can come from the ashes."

    He pointed out that Will had the advantage over the others because "the greater the struggle, the more glorious the triumph."

    How does that advice apply to you?

    How would you rate your current struggles on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the hardest?
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  • For this course, it's not about what happened. It's about what you do next.

    Describe the glorious triumph you're after.
    response:
  • Will from the "Butterfly Circus" had some realizations that gradually took him from heartache to triumph. Stick with the isoBlogs because you, too, have a victory ahead of you.

    Oh, the guy in video? He's real. Nick, the lead actor, was born without arms or legs, and his life story is all about overcoming adversity.

    Let's stop for today. You have enough to think about for now.

    We'll catch you again on Day 2.
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  • Here's the deal about isoBlogs: the isoCourse you're doing runs for 21 days without breaks for weekends or holidays.

    If, at any time, you post to Publisher, then check 'my journal' for responses. If you'll do the isoBlogs each day, you won't likely need to post to us for additional help. The system is designed to do that on its own.

    You are encouraged, however, to join a Next Step community.

    Post your email address to us in the last open space on any isoBlog page. Let us know what city you live in and if you want to be placed in the same group as someone you know. You'll receive an invite from isodoit.com. Click on the link. You're in.

    To read posts, go to your Day Plan or view them in 'my journal'.

    If you're reading this isoBlog from another site, then you'll have to sign in and create an account to be able to post comments and save your responses.

    Will you commit to show up each day, do your isoBlog, and be honest with your answers?
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