Instructions for Posting (READ FIRST)

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    Leslie
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    Updated 2/1/2019

    Instructions for posting your Midterm and End of Course assignments:

    (Not enrolled? Click to learn more and join the Mindset Mastery Program here.)

    We have a NEW, cleaner system for reporting your experiences. You will no longer post in the Forum - instead you will post your experiences in the Mindset Mastery Program Participants Facebook Group.

    Please read carefully, as it will be necessary to follow these NEW instructions in order to graduate:

    The program is divided into TWO sections: Phase 1 and Phase 2. You will report on the following at the end of each Phase. They are important checkpoints in your training. (Don't forget the hashtags when you post - this is how we will find your comments and learn about what you've done with the program when it's time to process your graduation application.)

    Midterm:

    • Phase 1 Goal - (What was your inconsequential goal? What happened?) - post here and use hashtag #Phase1Goal
    • Phase 1 Feedback - (How are you feeling about the Mindset Mastery program so far?) - post here and use hashtag #Phase1Feedback

     

    End of Course:

    • Phase 2 Goal - (What was the bite-sized piece of your short-term goal? What happened?) - post here and use hashtag #Phase2Goal
    • Phase 2 Feedback - (Please share how you feel about what you've learned through this program) - post here and use hashtag #Phase1Feedback

     

    NOTE: If you are not on Facebook, please submit your responses instead to support@thoughtsalive.com, or use the contact us form.


    Need help? Here is some more detail about these important checkpoints:

    (Midterm) Phase 1 Goal

    Goals are set more confidently and accomplished with greater predictability if intentional success is first experienced with something 'small'. It is truly powerful to see – and recognize – a direct connection between your thoughts and results!

    Once you've completed Lesson 12, you're ready for your first experiment. You were instructed to choose a goal – something inconsequential, which carries no past history or internal wrestle, and follow the lesson instructions to achieve success with that goal.

    (Midterm) Phase 1 Feedback

    Once you have completed Phase 1, you will have likely experienced some shifts. What do you think of the program so far? Please share your Midterm Feedback and include the hashtags: #Phase1Feedback. (This is where - and how - we will find your comments, when it is time to process your graduation application.)

    (Again, if you do not have a Facebook account, you may submit your comments here instead.)

    (End of Course) Phase 2 Goal

    Goals are set more confidently and accomplished with greater predictability if intentional success is first experienced with something 'small'. It is truly powerful to see – and recognize – a direct connection between your thoughts and results!

    Once you've completed Lesson 12, you're ready for your first experiment. You were instructed to choose a goal – something inconsequential, which carries no past history or internal wrestle, and follow the lesson instructions to achieve success with that goal.

    (End of Course) Phase 2 Feedback

    Congratulations on completing the program! Please share your End of Course Feedback and include the hashtags: #Phase2Feedback(This is where - and how - we will find your comments, when it is time to process your graduation application.)


    Course Objectives:

    (What we're looking for when we process your graduation application)

    You will gain practice and confidence in applying that "rare kind of faith" that causes things to happen. This is accomplished in two phases:

    Phase 1 – You will use the principles to experience success with an INCONSEQUENTIAL goal, in which the outcome is beyond your natural control.
    Phase 2 – You will use the principles to experience success with a MEANINGFUL goal, in which the outcome is beyond your natural control, by:

    1. Identifying a long-term, life's purpose goal.
    2. Identifying a shorter-term goal that is difficult, meaningful, or important.
    3. Identifying and accomplishing bite-sized piece of the shorter-term goal, which is beyond your natural control, to which you apply the principles, with success.

    Through this proven process, you experience the pattern for yourself, and gain a skill you can repeat again and again for making steady progress to the achievement of all your goals, throughout your life.

    To Graduate, you must earn 280 out of 303 points, and accomplish a short term goal ranked seven or above. To Graduate with Honors, you must accomplish a goal ranked nine or above, and earn 300 out of 303 points. Additionally, as we review your application, we will be considering the answers to the following questions:

    1. Did the student experience success with an inconsequential goal?
    2. Did the student apply the same principles to experience bite-sized success with something difficult, meaningful, or important?
    3. Did the student choose goals upon which to test the principles, in which the outcome was beyond his or her natural control?

    If you have any questions, you may contact us.

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      Laura Da Silva
      Participant

      I really enjoyed this course as I was able to learn so much about my subconscious and that there are terror barriers to break through to get to our goals instead of retreating. Learning about the laws was also very helpful in understanding obstacles.

      Thank you!!!!

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