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Creating a Mindset for Change/Seeing Red Cars, Starter Offer

First Steps to Change Management
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Created by Laura Goodrich
Last updated 10/2015
Price: $40
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  • 25 mins on-demand video
  • 2 mins on-demand audio
  • 14 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • • Shows you how fear based thinking is getting in the way of change.
  • • Teaches you how to rewire your brain toward positive outcomes.
  • • Enables you to create thoughts, actions, and behaviors that align with the outcomes you want.
  • • Provides the necessary tools you’ll need to act on your strategic priorities.
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  • Come ready to create a positive future

Dynamic change in business is exacerbating the natural tendency to focus on what we fear. This unconscious reaction is literally paralyzing people from being change adaptive. If this is critical for you, then it has never been more important to your personal development to utilize Creating a Mindset for Change with Seeing Red Cars.

Here's the premise: You buy a red car and what do you notice? You notice more red cars, right? You notice more red cars because that is what you are focused on. The same concept applies to you. You get more of whatever you focus on. Seeing Red Cars takes this basic concept and adapts it to help you apply your focus to any initiative. It acts like a catalyst for change.

This change management course is a methodology that will help you focus on positive outcomes and stay relevant. The process discovers why we focus on what we fear and how we can move that focus away from fear to create real change. Most change management courses only address the need to change the system, but Seeing Red Cars focuses on creating a mindset for a positive future.

There is over 25 minutes of video that takes you through the methodology along with a toolkit to track your progress. It is like having a private coach, Laura Goodrich coaching you through the strategies you need to create an environment of positive change, both personally and professionally.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for forward thinking individuals who recognize the need for tranformation, personally and in their work environment.
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Curriculum For This Course
The Seeing Red Cars Concept
1 Lecture 01:14
Laura Goodrich summarizes why she created the Seeing Red Cars Mindset and how this change process will help you adapt to creating a positive outcome mindset.
Preview 01:14
You Get More of Whatever You Focus On
6 Lectures 08:51

Creating awareness about how you unconsciously focus on what you are trying to avoid, is the first step to a positive future.

The Seeing Red Cars Concept

Learn about the Seeing Red Cars Mindset: “you get more of whatever you focus on” and understand that what you focus on leads to the type of outcomes it is producing in your life.

Preview 03:33

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question

The can blame family or friends about how this unconscious focus is damaging, but let's focus on you. Through this process we'll work our way from the individual, to the team and ultimately to the organization.

Transition Note

It takes conscious, intentional thoughts and actions to focus on what you want. The Daily Mantra will guide you in getting what you want.

Daily mantra: "Focus on what I want. Control what I can”.

  • The mantra provides a presence for you to be calm.
  • Moments of stress are ideal situations to use the mantra to jog your mind back to awareness.
Program Your Brain

Self-Reflection Question
1 question

70% of our thoughts are unconsciously focused on what we fear. Practice changing your focus to the outcomes you want instead of the ones you don't want.
How You Look at the World

Listen to this story about the Science Fair and how sometimes when you focus on one thing you miss something else. Imagine the positive outcome you could create with an intentional focus in your activities.

Creating Awareness

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question
Fear-Based Thinking
8 Lectures 12:34
When someone's intentions are genuinely positive, their actual behaviors can come across as negative without their knowledge. Follow Ted as he gets his team going for an important project.
Your Intentions Are Good

Watch how Ted's fear-based focus effects his team. Ted wants to get the job done and motivate the team, but how he does it puts the outcome of the project at risk.
Preview 01:41

Understand how focusing on what you don't want has a natural tendency that reaches back to our childhood. Once you become aware of this tendency, you can break the trend so it doesn't effect your worklife.

Fear-Based Thinking

The fear-based thinking you learned in 3rd grade is now showing up in your work.

Preview 02:57

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question

Learn how to reverse early social conditioning and real life experiences so they do not continue to negatively impact your work and life.

Social Conditioning and Real Life Experiences

Discover the role social conditioning and real life experiences play in fear based thinking.

  • Discover how real life experiences are still influencing your work experience. Did you have a bad boss that still bothers you to this day? Find out how to break the trend.
  • Find out how social conditioning has negatively impacted your work and life. For instance, you might come from a family that has a tendency to worry or that has a victim mentality (always thinking someone is "after them”)
Preview 01:50

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question

The first step in creating change is to acknowledge your current reaction to change. Most people are unaware of their natural reaction to change, they are often too close to it to see it. It's important to have a better sense of yourself.

Your Reaction to Change

Some people say they embrace change, but when it comes right down to it, many back away from being adaptive to change. What is your recipe for change?

Embracing Change

What is my natural reaction to change?__.__

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question
Managing Moments
6 Lectures 06:09

Social conditioning and real life experiences can create a rut in your brain. Learn how you can create pathways in your brain to overcome these ruts.

The Brain's Response to Fear-Based Thinking

Learn the method to overcome fear-based thinking.

Making a commitment to focus on the outcomes that you do want is the first step.

  • Know what you want.
  • Think about it.
  • See it.
  • Do it.
Creating Positive Focus

Remember Ted? He was the guy who focused on all the things he wanted to avoid and in turn create a cascading effect of fear-based thinking throughout his team. Once Ted became aware of his focus, things began to change.

Back to Ted

Ted learns how to spread the individual and collect focus on positive outcomes to his team by committing to what he and his whole team wants.
What Does Ted Want?

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question

Despite obstacles and criticism, look what you can accomplish with the focus on the outcomes you want.

Putting It All Together

In a race as well as at work, what you focus on can determine your outcome. Learn how Cliff Young used a singular focus to gain a positive outcome.

Cliff Young

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question
Building Awareness
5 Lectures 06:22

Whichever direction our prominent thoughts lean - either positive or negative - our brain attracts more of those outcomes. So beware of your thoughts in everyday life and work.

Change Comes With Intention

Carol and Rebecca does the same job. The only difference is their expectations for the day. Learn how Carol and Rebecca's focus impacted their day.

  • Carol expected a fluid day at work.
  • Rebecca did not anticipate situations before they happened.
  • Carol was able to turn the tide quickly before things got out of hand.
  • Rebecca reacted in the moment and reacted with fear.
  • Carol poised herself for positive outcomes.
  • Rebecca's mindset set her up for negative outcomes.
  • Carol rarely had disgruntled customers.
  • Rebecca attracted disgruntled customers.
Carol & Rebecca

Self-Reflection Question
1 question

We all are driving to a positive future, and that future is designed by short and long term goals. Now it is time for you to create the outcomes that you want for your future.

Outcomes for a Positive Future

When talking about your future career, have you ever heard people say this?

  • Everybody has short-term thinking.
  • I have my whole life to map out my future.
  • It is easier to plan for the short term than the long term.
  • The idea of where you want to go in life is such a big concept, that people choose not to think about it.

Watch this video to get insight on how to create short and long term outcomes to keep you on a path to a positive future.

A Positive Future

Self-Reflection Questions
1 question

Congratulations on completing creating a mindset for change. Use the Action Traction Tool Kit to keep track of our progress.

Creating Critical Mass

Self-Reflection Question
1 question
About the Instructor
Laura Goodrich
3.9 Average rating
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294 Students
2 Courses
Global Workforce Innovator

Laura Goodrich, Global Workforce Innovator and Change Expert, has over twenty-five years of professional experience, 19 of which was spent as an innovator, speaker, coach, and advisor to leaders worldwide and a distinguished voice on change and the future of work. Her message is startling and difficult to hear but her approach is compelling, hopeful and inspirational at the same time. She's is one of the most powerful and relevant thought leaders of the day.

Goodrich hosted three TV shows, a radio show, is the award winning author and producer of four internationally distributed films and the book and film “Seeing Red Cars: Driving Yourself, Your Team and Your Organization to a Positive Future", which is described to be 'transformational, relevant and timely'. In fact, Forbes magazine labeled it as a “must read," for leaders who want what it takes to accomplish positive change. She is the leader of the Global Workforce Transformation community, a Practice Leader in Global Workforce Innovation, and she and her business partner Greg Stiever are pioneers in producing cutting edge Online Learning that leverage filmmaking methods that create real change.