Relationship Mind Mastery: The Essentials
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What’s the secret to having great relationships?
It’s simple really.
Most people look at the other person – whether that be a life partner, relative, friend, colleague, etc. – and they think, “If only this person would change, our relationship would be awesome.”
But the secret to having great relationships has nothing to do with changing the other person. The secret is basically this... be the change you wish to see when you’re with the other person.
(Yes, we know, we stole that one right out of Gandhi’s playbook. To paraphrase another great thinker, Isaac Newton, we gladly acknowledge that we’re standing on the shoulders of giants!)
Changing the other person? That’s really hard work and not much in your control. Some would say it’s pretty impossible.
Changing yourself so that you attract the response and the relationships you want? That’s much easier. And we’re all for choosing easy!
This course guides you along the easier path because it’s about what YOU can do to be awesome in your relationships.
We've taken knowledge that has been accumulated by great minds over eons of observing human interactions and condensed it all into several essential principles that you can implement using minimum willpower through the 13x4 System.
Here’s what you can expect to get from this course:
Join us to learn and apply the wisdom of some of the greatest minds in the field of self-development to improve, nurture and develop mutually-beneficial and loving relationships with friends, family and professional colleagues. They’ll love you for it!
Feedback about the simplicity and usefulness of the 13x4 System:
***** This 13x4 is a roadmap that breaks a big concept down to small, doable pieces… A lot of people have theory, but not everyone can show you how to actually do something and how to do it your own way.
***** Simplicity indeed, just notice what you would have done: A very well presented method for improving your situation, self and finances or business. It gives a methodology that can be used by anyone to improve their situation now with minimal effort. It shows/proves that you are not the sum of your past, but the limitless possibilities of your future.
***** Amazing mind mastery that is simple and fun to apply: The 13 x 4 tool is a practical and simple tool that is applicable to anyone who wants to master a number of things (in this case 13) in a manageable way by focusing on each area for a week. Tom Cassidy and Angela Loeb explain this in a very clear and natural way that keeps you interested and amused!
***** Useful Tool! Highly Recommended: Thanks!!
***** Simple concept, great speaker:The concept 13x4 is very simple. I will review my goals and fit them in this format.
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|An Introduction to the 13x4
Tom and Angela discuss the 13x4 and how it helps you master your mind.
|Section 1: The Master Tools/Algorithms That You Will Need For This Course|
|An introduction to the Script - the gateway to Mind Mastery...|
Tom and Angela discuss the master algorithm for taking more conscious action - The Sausage Machine.
|Section 2: The 13x4 System Explained|
|From our popular Everyday Mind Mastery course, this video explains where the 13x4 came from.|
|From our popular Everyday Mind Mastery course, this video explains why the 13x4 System works so well.|
|From our popular Everyday Mind Mastery course, this video continues the discussion about why the 13x4 System works so well.|
|Section 3: Getting Started - The 13x4 System Applied to Relationships|
|Angela and Tom introduce the course and discuss how the 13x4 System will be applied to the principles in this course.|
|Lecture 8||25 pages|
|Download the workbook to use as you go through the following lectures.|
|At the center of this particular 13x4 Wheel is "Awareness" - this is the gateway focus to kick things off.|
|Section 4: Domain - THINK|
|During this week of "My Vision for My Relationships," Tom and Angela suggest you take that awareness to the next level by envisioning what you want your relationships to ideally be like.|
|This principle, "Don't Take Things Personally," comes from Miguel Ruiz' book, The Four Agreements. In this lecture, learn how you can use it to be great in your relationships.|
|This principle, "Don't Make Assumptions," is another principle from from Miguel Ruiz' book, The Four Agreements . In this lecture, learn how you can use it to be great in your relationships.|
"Accept & Give No Abuse" is a profound concept for you to contemplate during this week in your 13x4 System. Consider questions like:
|Section 5: Domain - BE|
|In this lecture, learn 4 types of active listening that you can use to increase your communication skills.|
|How can "Be Understanding" help you be great in your relationships? Angela and Tom share a great tip from Stephen Covey.|
|This principle can be applied in different ways. But mainly you're focusing on the following two questions: How are you interacting with the people in your relationships? And is what you’re saying and doing constructive?|
|In this lecture, you'll be reminded about how it feels to be on the receiving end of being encouraged. Being encouraging and supportive of others goes a long way in developing awesome relationships.|
|Section 6: Domain - DO|
|There is more than one way to demonstrate affection. Gary Chapman's book, The 5 Love Languages, is referenced in this lecture.|
|"Give Sincere Praise" might also be considered a form of affection, but it really goes beyond that. This lecture covers how it's more than simple affection and why you don't want to dole out compliments just to flatter. Praise needs to be sincere to be effective.|
|An often overlooked principle in developing great relationships, yet a very powerful one when practiced. When you give first, the other person feels cared for and even cherished.|
|In this lecture, it's all about Gratitude and The Sausage Machine - stay focused on being grateful to and for the others in your life.|
|Section 7: Wrap Up|
Time to wrap up!
|Section 8: Bonus - Pearls of Wisdom - What Others Have Learned|
|Patricia's Pearls of Wisdom
Further insights about the concept, "Do One Thing At A Time."
|Further insights about awareness and doing what's helpful.|
|Further insights about the concept, "What am I putting in?"|
A participant in one my classes once said, "Imagine if we lived in a world where even a small percentage of people started doing what they were born to do - wow what a world it would be!"
Yes! I agree!
I'm grateful and honored that my self-development programs and processes continue to serve so many all over the world. It's awesome to see that "small percentage" of engaged and excited people growing daily!
Basically, I'm really into self-development... learning it, teaching it, and supporting others who do too.
And I like results. While it's fun to talk about the esoteric side of things (and I really do love having such conversations!), it's even more fun to take action. What I do best is translate big, abstract concepts on how to make the most of ourselves and get where we want to go in life into easily understood and executable steps that work. All of my programs, as well as the books and articles I've written, reflect that passion.
After a 3-year hiatus, I'm back on Blog Talk Radio with my own show, Be Radiant Radio. Hope you'll find me there and tune in live or listen to the archived recordings at your leisure.
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Be well and shine on!
Tom Cassidy - Comprehensivist, Education Reformer, Reasonable Polymath, using continuous development frameworks to help people improve all areas of their lives: self-worth, self-belief, goal-achieving, feeling good, achieving sustainable health and deeply fulfilling relationships.
My mantra is: 'Feel Good. Do Stuff.'
Life's not about meditating on the top of a mountain in Nepal, feeling great, achieving enlightenment for yourself...
And it's definitely not about going through life doing things, without having awareness, being busy, achieving a lot but not being mindful of the bigger picture.
It's about both.
Feel good. Do Stuff.
Feel great about yourself, about life, the universe and everything, but do loads of things as well. Have a family, run a business, learn Italian, travel the world, change the world - Do Stuff.
I mean, why not?
I've spent the last 25+ years combining the wisdom of hundreds of years of the study of global philosophies, human effectiveness, modern findings of behavioural science, recent breakthroughs in the understanding of brain physiology and even the results of quantum mechanics into practical, continuous development frameworks for getting things done.
Systems based on practical algorithms of thought and of operation. Algorithms that are easy enough for most people to do just as they are, without having to change any aspect of their life. 'Reasonable Algorithms for Reasonable People.'
In my experience, the most effective continuous development frameworks are those which have duration, cadence and autonomy:
Autonomy - The framework is customisable, adaptable for every participant.
Cadence - The framework has a natural rhythm to it, a cyclic frequency.
Duration - The framework is designed for longitudinal impact and long term growth.
And this framework that I have put together appears to be very robust in its ability to get results, mostly because it requires a very small amount of willpower to make it work. People can stick to it quite effectively.
You still need to do the work. But the willpower you need to get the results is almost certainly the lowest you've ever used for achieving anything in your life, ever.
Please feel free to connect with me however best suits you. I'm always open to exploring ideas either virtually or in person.
All the best