To introduce the regular rhythm of Weekly Reflecting as a Keystone Habit utilizing the guide as a tool for reflection and planning to join God in who He has called us to be and what He has called us to do.
How It Works
BIG IDEA: Weekly Reflection helps you consistently look at the dashboard of your life, providing an environment for regular recognition with the opportunity for quick recovery, as you keep your eye on the road toward your preferred future.
- Walk through each component of the guide:
- Storyline dashboard: How am I? This is an overall question for each storyline while also a check-in to see if the NOW Rhythm they have chosen to step into is still helping them move forward based on the assessment on how they are doing. Do I need to persevere or pivot?
- 90 Day Goal: “Am I on target, behind or ahead?” This is so the participant keeps their eye on the SMART goal they are chasing after.
- Articulate both the obstacles of the past week and new approaches for the upcoming week.
- Invite the Lord into your reflection with the prayer guide of 4 sentence prayers.
Where to Find This Tool
Overview of the 4 components of the Life-Making Cycle and how this helps them to step into life design as a lifestyle; tools that help your LifePlan become seamlessly integrated into everyday life, even when real life comes to your doorstep.
How It Works
BIG IDEA: The goal of the Life-Making Cycle is to make you unconsciously competent at living out your known-and-named Life Younique.
- Introduce the 4 components and their purpose.
- Invite participants to choose time and place for Weekly Reflection and calendar block for quarterly and annual planning over next 3 years.
- Plugging their NOW Rhythms into their calendar is also a helpful accountability they may want to consider.
- Encourage them to utilize the Vision Journey checklist and be certain they have completed each tool for a strong Vision Frame foundation to live out.
The Vision Frame checklist is especially important for those who have completed an Accelerator as there may be pieces they did not have time to complete.