12.1) CHARACTER: The Applied Life Handbook (OEM):
This reality check is the result of freedom-minded people who are core-rooted in a repeating generational cycle that engages their sense of shared responsibilities. It is essential that we care about the state of the world that we inherited from those who came before us, for they also cared deeply about leaving us a world better than they found before them. We owe them a significant debt of gratitude that can only be paid by us taking full advantage of the lives they made possible for us to enjoy, we must protect Authentically Abundant Joyfulness, as outlined within this handbook. Therefore, this detailed comprehensive program breaks down our emotional inputs as framed into these primary cultural elements:
1)Where: Sovereign-Spiritual-Sanctuary: Creating an Impactful Safe-Haven
2)What: Vision-Education-Mentoring: Refining Self-Awareness Education
3)Why: Rest-Refocus-Restoration: Reuniting Mind, Body, and Spirit
12.2) CHARACTER: Engaged Self-Awareness:
Throughout our life, we hone our inventory of experiences involving success and failure that form our particular set of expectations relative to the consequences that arise from the decisions that we make. These involvement-based anticipations require focused repetition to solidify into our subconscious mind, where they embed themselves into our unquestioned perception of true reality. William Shakespeare’s definitive approach considers that we each have essentially seven (7) total seasons of mortal life (infant, school-boy, then four (4) actively engaged seasons of self-awareness plus our final aged care); each increasingly more focused on the intentionality of our thoughts and the wise purposefulness of our discernment. As our growing hunger for undisputed liberty rises to the center stage, it allows for an interwoven cascade of personal melodies that complement the enriched symphony of human existence. Once participants open their minds wide enough to reason, then these four main questions become essential to leading the participant to the benchmarks that anchor their benefits: Ask yourself often:
1)WHAT exactly is our internal self-narrative?
2)WHEN do we become what we think about?
3)WHERE should we focus our daily productivity
4)WHY does a life vision take daily belief and effort?
12.3) CHARACTER: One-Dimensional Passionate Contender (The Brave Cowboy):
Curiosity-driven education- utilizes the basic “no-no” indoctrination approach where the child and/or student demonstrative a responsive view of their consequences relative to the authoritative figure’s response to their actions. In this process, the beginner child, and/or student is taught a direct one-to-one relationship involving the constraints associated with good and bad, right and wrong. The person educated by this process is in all reality being more indoctrinated than cognitively developed, simply viewing their world from the position of rote learning. This is the way we teach our children not to touch a hot stove, or chase their bouncing ball into a busy street; cultural Influence tends to work the same way.
12.4) CHARACTER: Two-Dimensional Achiever (The Organized Warrior):
As we broaden and grow our knowledge base of experiences, the role of education evolves to support the processing of additional factors to our decision-making equation. Throughout the evolution of our species, the vast majority of the global population has been required to operate their lives relative to the benefits that their skillset provides within the prevailing ruling society, thus reducing their worldview down to "what is required from the authorities that preside over me." Herein, they are expected to make their corresponding decisions based on the group-think of their current status (caste, class, hierarchy). When our social environment is vibrant with energetic interaction (growth), we become more ready to effectively respond in any moment of urgency.
12.5) CHARACTER: Three-Dimensional Leader (The Fairness Balanced Justice):
Our inherent necessity to utilize one’s education to discern truth and arbitrate resolution of disagreements exists in every society throughout time. As a result, cultural accountability utilizes a purposeful emphasis on why, why, and more why. Effective leaders recognize and understand that they live their most critical role every day by simply setting an example of how they treat everyone they meet. This simple, yet often overlooked, power mannerism forms the baseline for a success narrative that people are instinctively drawn to and want to emulate. People are natural mimics. When they are exposed to strong natural confidence via leaders who live-action mentor behavior in front of their very eyes, they can absorb the essence of the persona, and feel the strength.
12.6) CHARACTER: Four-Dimensional Stewardship: (The Wise Ethicist Sage):
As participants continually grow their abilities to their full potential, the program reestablishes the unique advantages of principles-based living, where the focused objective is to continuously work with each other, one-on-one while mentoring the participants in how to reinvigorate the natural affirmation orientation of their creative, subconscious minds. Bear in mind, this process demonstrates how to effectively transform the pivotal rejection and failure moments from your past into key lifetime learning to build your life on. Anyone consistently doing their best every day to willingly be held accountable, should be loudly appreciated in public, for committed efforts lead to success.
12.7) CHARACTER: Harnessing the Power of Why:
The necessity to invoke the ‘Why’ relationship to our actions is hardwired into our psyche, as evidenced by observing small children’s apparent obsession with asking it repeatedly. By seeking out the ‘Why,” what begins to transpire within the participant' is the mental linking of action-taken to the corresponding inherent consequence, the interactive version of cause and effect, creating a deeper understanding of their actions, thus forming a broader and more complete world view! There is an implied understanding of this process, that as societies grow and expand, they need rulers, laws, and consequences to control the masses. Thus, lives become organized on a pattern of Who needs What and When'. The Why is a blind constant, relative only to the basic, non-response of ‘because the Boss (authority.) said to.’