Turn talk about  . . .

  • waking up
  • being more compassionate
  • enjoying more peace

. . . into actions

  • small steps
  • lead to great changes
  • great changes lead to great leaders

Your host: Soul Dancer • Founder • Soul University

Author of Pay Me What I’m Worth

12 People • 13 Months • 12 Success Stories

Goals:

  1. Within one year, successfully meet personally set goals.
  2. By end of group, earn back my tuition fees.
  3. Improve mastery of known skills as well as discover new skills.

Plan:

  • Attend one 45 minute weekly conference call with Soul.
  • Attend one 45 minute weekly conference call with my team.
  • Gain and maintain the ability to walk my talk.
  • Be compassionately accountable for my actions.
  • Give (offer) and receive (ask for) support – weekly.
  • Co-lead group our group for one month.
  • Co-lead my personal group for six months.
  • Celebrate – weekly!
Use mind-mapping and brainstorming tools to identify ONE primary, personal goal. Break primary goal into 12 specific tasks. Tasks engage the work smarter not harder process outlined in Pay Me What I’m Worth.
Brainstorm with team members to discover doable ways to accomplish your first (of 12) tasks.
Each weekend (scheduled based on team needs) attend google+ hangout session to review and update primary goal.  Last weekend: group celebration: awards for:

  • most accomplished (verified by measurable outcomes).
  • most helpful (who’s helped WHO most).
  • biggest mistake (thus biggest lesson learned).
Based on your primary goal, develop and practice your skills to share a superior 10 minute, highly engaging presentation. Presentations to include use of online tools such as webinars, videos and websites. Replace weekly conference call time to attend web or conference call presentations.
Time to teach what you’ve learned. Begin planning to attract YOUR personal groups. You’ll lead this group in two months. Incentive? Earn BACK your paid fees.
Each weekend (scheduled based on team needs) attend google+ hangout session to review and update primary goal.  Last weekend: group celebration: awards for:

  • most accomplished (verified by measurable outcomes).
  • most helpful (who’s helped WHO most).
  • biggest mistake (thus biggest lesson learned).
Balance the needs of your primary goal with creating YOUR group. Create leadership backup plans to ensure your group receives superior support.
Continue to polish your presentations skills based on verifiable, successfully completed tasks. Video record presentation for future review, feedback and polishing.
Each weekend (scheduled based on team needs) attend google+ hangout session to review and update primary goal.  Last weekend: group celebration: awards for:

  • most accomplished (verified by measurable outcomes).
  • most helpful (who’s helped WHO most).
  • biggest mistake (thus biggest lesson learned).
Actively complete your goal to free-up time and resources to be of service to other group members who need support. Brainstorm ways to create additional funding to enjoy a grand graduation in two months.
Begin thinking about your next primary steps. Assist your group in their process of creating THEIR respective groups.
Create and attend one weekend intensive to plan your celebration of completing primary goal.
Review your successes as well as areas for continued growth. Last week of this month: PARTY

Tools:

  1. Access to powerful online tools.
  2. Team conference call access.
  3. Personal leadership development.
  4. Presentation development.

Costs:

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