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An automated system for our needs

In researching ideas for my weekly newsletter to make people aware of Mike’s newest book [7 Skills of Coach2 @F-L-O-W, or something similar – we haven’t nailed down the best title yet] to be released next March, I have been reviewing some of Mike’s work on Living @F-L-O-W and the contrast between living @F-L-O-W and living @BS.

The following quote caught my attention and I asked Mike to comment.

To get what you want, you have to know what you need."
“To get what you want, you have to know what you need.” – Daniel Alonzo

Mike’s response: “We have an automated system for our needs that become wants, the wants we think we want are placed by society and blank slate!”

To help you better appreciate the difference between living @BS and living @F-L-O-W [Flawless Living Operating Worldview] I have put together a page showing the differences and even providing short audios [most under 20 minutes] going into more detail.

To access that page, join our free members’ tribe, which will also give you access to all of our newsletters as we release them as well as other interesting and perhaps provocative content, visit HERE.

I also asked Mike what his take was on this quote, taken from the movie Hugo, which I watched recently.

“If you lose your purpose, it’s like you’re broken.”

Mike’s take: “It’s impossible to lose your purpose… your wiring won’t let you… losing your purpose means you probably were fooled by all the powerful “who saids” in your life mapped with blank slate ideas!!”

Over the next several years you may want to better understand the differences between living @F-L-O-W and living @BS and begin incorporating more F-L-O-W in your life. Of course, one great way to begin is to get hold of Mike’s book: @F-L-O-W: Find, Design, Use TALENT to Emerge Happiness & Success in a PostModern World.

I mentioned in the last newsletter that I would start introducing the 7 skills of Coach2 @F-L-O-W. Mike wants me to delay that introduction, so I will just give a brief intro of “PING” since I promised I would.

PING: Three things:
• Almost always a question?
• Begins with a word that poses a question?
• Always about something not yet known?

Examples:
Is this a way to learn customer service?
Could you follow my reasoning?
Will this be easy to learn?

Gary

PS: Also, in the last newsletter I gave you a link to what it means to Live @F-L-O-W. I re-did the page and you may view it HERE.



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We hope you pick up valuable insights, ideas, and tools during this process, which you can use for your own development as well as your work and leadership with others.

You, Me, and We @F-L-O-W

Mike R. Jay is a developmentalist utilizing consulting, coaching, mentoring and advising as methods to offer developmental scaffolding for aspiring leaders who are interested in being, doing, having, becoming, and contributing… to helping people have lives.

Mike R. Jay
Leadership University


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