November 22, 2017 at 9:14 am #63127
Attached are the notes from the 11/20 Coaching Campfire in response to my question about themifying and gamifying my proposed eCourse on turning a mainstream retirement as withdrawl into a daring adventure. Thanks to all who contributed. These are powerful ideas, and I will be following up.
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Bradley MorrisMountain Guide@bradleytmorris
Given that this is already a progress log, Paul. I think I could work some magic and simply transfer this whole thread over to the Progress Log campfire. Would you like me to give that a try? That’ll save you re-typing 😉November 23, 2017 at 4:26 pm #63274
Sure <span class=”handle-sign”>@</span>bradleytmorris. Then shall I put another post on the introduction section?November 25, 2017 at 3:36 pm #63433
What I am letting go of RIGHT NOW to create the space, courage and confidence I need to reach the top of Launch Summit is that it will take too long to build the product, that no one will buy, and that I will run out of moneyNovember 25, 2017 at 5:07 pm #63446
About overcoming fear: What I am letting go of RIGHT NOW to create the space, courage and confidence I need to reach the top of Launch Summit is that it will take too long to build the product, that no one will buy, that I will run out of money.
My intention is to grow in my ability to create the life I want, a bucket list to support that, and to create an eCourse that helps others do the same.
eCourse participants will say:
Wow! There is much more to this bucket list thing than I imagined. This eCourse has changed how I do it, and my life.
Thank you, Paul, for creating such a powerful eCourse, and changing my lifeI am most nervous about I will not get to make the first sale before I run out of money.When “life happens,” I will start each day afresh, come back to my intention, and push on to the next lesson.My eCourse will be about How to turn your conventional retirement bucket list into a daring adventure.When I launch, I want to feel ecstatic about the future, proud of what I have accomplished, and ready for the next adventure.In five years I will be living in some magical place, with someone I love, helping others live life as a daring adventure.How committed am I?I am ready to let go of my fears about running out of money, and to focus on my intention and the adventure map to get there.My Big WhyWhat’s motivating me to climb this mountain is to clarify my highest value (See God), organize my life accordingly, and create a sustainable income.When I change to passive income, just keep on living simply and adventurously as I am living now.What I’m excited to do when I have launched my eCourse is to explore other living situations, other countries, more time with family.I will integrate this into my life now every Saturday morning.November 25, 2017 at 5:25 pm #63449My Intentions1) What are your intentions for the Great eCourse Adventure ahead?To grow in my ability to create the life I want, a bucket list to support that, and to create an eCourse that helps others do the same.2) What do you want your future eCourse participants to say after going through your course (write out a few customer testimonials you hope to receive one day)?Wow! There is much more to this bucket list thing than I imagined. This eCourse has changed how I do it, and my life.Thank you, Paul, for creating such a powerful eCourse, and changing my life3) What are you most nervous about?That I will not get to make the first sale before I run out of money.4) What attitude or belief about yourself do you need to drop right now to make this journey more enjoyable?That I will not be conscientious and disciplined enough to make this happen.5) When “life happens” and you find it challenging to make time for this course, what will you do to stay committed?Start each day afresh, come back to my intention, and push on to the next lesson.6) If you could create a course about ANYTHING, what would it be?How to turn your conventional retirement bucket list into a daring adventure.7) Describe how you want to feel when you get to Launch Summit and finally get to share your eCourse with your paying customers?Ecstatic about the future, proud of what I have accomplished, and ready for the next adventure.8) Describe yourself in five years from now in as much detail and description as you can.Living in some magical place with someone I love, helping others live life as a daring adventure.9) How committed are you to the process of launching the greatest eCourse you can imagine? (write out a short accountability letter to yourself and sign it – this helps with showing up)I am ready to let go of my fears about running out of money, and to focus on my intention and the adventure map to get there.November 25, 2017 at 5:27 pm #63451
My Big Why1) What is motivating you to climb this mountain and create your eCourse right now?To clarify my highest values (compassion, creativity, and courage), to organize my life accordingly, and create a sustainable income.2) What will you do or what will change when you replace your “Active Work Income” with Passive Income from eCourse sales?Just keep on as I am living now, simply and adventurously.November 25, 2017 at 5:37 pm #63457
My Fountain of Riches1) Write out some of the things you’re excited to do when you’ve launched your eCourse and have more time or financial freedom in your life.Explore other living situations, other countries, more time with family.2) Integrate those important things into your life now. Don’t wait. Live the dream NOW! Carve time into your schedule every week (or day if you can) to integrate your dream into your present reality. Put it in your calendar.Set for Saturday mornings.November 26, 2017 at 7:50 am #63529
Bobbie Jo Van Den PlasAdventurer@bobbiejo
Welcome Paul!!! I love, love, love what you are doing!!!! Congratulations on your move away from winter and into a new, exciting (and warm) land! What a great adventure! That’s on my ‘bucket list’ to do as well – spend winters elsewhere (I’m in Wisconsin). Love that you are inspiring others to go for their dreams!! This is what life’s all about! Go Paul!!!November 26, 2017 at 4:17 pm #63579
Thanks <span class=”handle-sign”>@</span>bobbiejo. I love the idea of beach calm.November 26, 2017 at 4:19 pm #63581
Mapora Meadows: 1. The art of transformation Exercise1) What kind of breakthroughs for students are you wanting to facilitate. List them with a short description.1) understanding the difference between a bucket list and a deep bucket list2) setting an intention for their life, understand their motivations, and developing their bucket list accordingly3) working step-by-step to work their deep bucket list2) What are some creative ways you can facilitate that breakthrough in the online world.Think: Challenges, exercises, games, experiences you can design or facilitate for them.Attached is one example
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.November 26, 2017 at 5:57 pm #63589MAPORA MEADOWS 2: eCourse Types Exercise1. Out of the four different eCourse styles, what size of eCourse experience do you feel most inspired and confident to create right now?The Walk in the Park2. What is the transformation or skill you’d love to build an eCourse around and share with the world?To help retirees create a deep bucket list that supports them becoming the person they envision at the end of their daring life adventure.November 26, 2017 at 7:39 pm #63599
MAPORA MEADOWS 3: Taking Inventory
I have discovered an amazing amount of content I have already produced, skills I already have, and people I already know that will move this project forward.November 27, 2017 at 7:08 am #63654
Hi Paul, I like your hat! 🙂
I think it’s great that you are using the hero’s journey in your course creation. I have used it before in my writing and in my life purpose workshops… it was always the bit people enjoyed the most in the workshops. Good luck with your (hero’s) journey!November 27, 2017 at 10:10 am #63689
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