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LIVING AUTHENTIC LIVES
8.1) MENTORING: Lifetime Learning: Nearly every single day presents each of us with fresh opportunities to make both new decisions as well as take new actions. We must consistently remind each other that we all benefit from knowledge-based, hard-earned insightfulness, provided we choose to look deeply enough to find the truth. Basic human nature is inherently protective of its own self-interest as well as perpetually fixated on correcting the hopeless numbing effect of unwilling complacent culture. Social influence tends to work the same way as we pursue our inherent need for purposeful meaning through daily accountability to our lifelong commitments; for we are each called to go forth and seek new opportunities.
8.2: MENTORING: Stewardship: We all need to live each day prepared to serve others first as we learn to invest the time necessary to fully develop our Productive Personal Liberty and affirm our Sovereign Natural Rights. Participants generally focus on building their individual strengths and confidence in a definitive baseline that merely asks 'Can the people involved be trusted' to do what they say they are going to do when they say that they are going to do it? Do they follow through on what needs to be done? That's all we are interested in. Each generation must carefully guard the decisions they are called to make:
Restore the positive result of layer after layer of cultural domestication
Restore the original intent of sovereign culture to what it was intended
Restore the collective common sense utilitarian point of commerce where compatible societal groups can exchange their views on events.
8.3: MENTORING: Opportunity: Each experience that we encounter can benefit not just our own understanding, but it can grow a depository of solid anecdotal feedback as well. This proactively engaged process generates optimistically infused momentum, which fuels the effective impact that we can extend to the world around us. We don’t want to tread water; we want to swim.
8.4: MENTORING: Freedom: Based on the highly effective systematic stability of the '3-legged stool' approach to stewardship management (i.e., People-Process-Product), individual participants are mentored to follow an instinct-driven evolutional pattern that performs like clockwork when the principles are consistently applied[RRP1] . In direct contrast, we must push past our physiological limits to reach the point where we can reshape our tired reality into a new outlook.
8.5: MENTORING: Serving Others: Discovering individualism through common experience best defines the necessary path that each of us must take to develop our own disciplined mentoring style. Specifically, one that concentrates on demonstrating effective values and teaching the affirming lessons that our commitment represents. Each participant is mentored in how to harness their emotional and spiritual energy together, thus gaining the full multiplicative advantages that these disciplines create. In addition, the process utilizes a multifaceted educational platform that overcomes individual variation between peers. The program essentially accommodates any active difference in talents and learned skills, all of which require nuance-specific target-focused mastery training. When we are willing to deal straight up with our problems by facing circumstances head-on, our physiology opens up, and we become capable of seeing, understanding, and coping with life as it really is, no longer willing to accept hoping for what we want.
8.6) MENTORING: Vulnerability: By approaching our problem resolution in this integrity-anchored manner, it encourages other people to become vulnerable in their self-assessed critique as well. We no longer need to hold back in fear of judgment or reprisals, we can then shed daylight on existing dead-weight emotional baggage we respond by feeling confident to decide what could, should, and would be eliminated to make the relationship better.
8.7) MENTORING: Practical Education: When our social environment is active and vibrant with energetic interaction, we are more willing to do the work; the less pressure life has to use on us to make the same results. As we willingly endeavor through a growing swath of "real-life” learning lessons experience an intellectual gleaning process designed to strengthen our moral character through wise discernment and to de-clutter our mindsets. Effective Culture Influence tends to work the same way. hen our social environment is active and vibrant with energetic interaction (growth), we are mentally healthy and ready to respond in any moment of urgency. However, when that same environment stagnates and begins just to inch along anemically, we find a cesspool reeking with decay as the people are out of work and have too much idle time on their hands. Therefore, leadership is needed, find the core energy flow and harness it to your purpose.