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Reflexive procedure "What? Who? How? Where? When?"

Purpose: drawing up a “life program” for the next period of time, planning by the participant of the desired life result in the field of employment.

1) The coach offers each participant to compile for themselves a list of desired results in the field of employment and arrange it in decreasing order of each person’s importance or value. You can add to this list desires that are not directly related to employment.

2) Further, the trainer offers the participants to choose a priority desire from the compiled list and draw up a program for its achievement on the basis of the following results planning rules:

- to formulate the result in a positive manner (“what I will have”, “what I want to have”, “how I will feel”, etc.);

- plan only what each participant can do for himself and herself;

- the result should be presented in all sensory systems: feelings, sensations, sounds, moods, etc .;

- imagine: where, when and with whom this result will be needed (mental reproduction of situations in which the participant will be able to use the changes that have taken place);

- to think over the consequences of achieving the desired result - “what will happen if it happens?” (the result should save and preserve all the best that was before).


3) Discussion of the results in a group.
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Reflexive procedure "What? Who? How? Where? When?"

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