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Chapter 7: Pricing The Priceless

“Surely there comes a time when counting the cost and paying the price aren’t things to think about any more. All that matters is value – the ultimate value of what one does.”
James Hilton – English novelist (1900-1954)

“There is no duty more obligatory than the repayment of kindness.”

Marcus Tullius Cicero – Ancient Roman orator & statesman (106 BC-43 BC)

Chapter Overview


Pricing The Priceless

What are priceless moments?

Being born? Loving someone? Being loved by someone? Breathing? Seeing? Hearing? Touching? Tasting? Experiencing a blissful or sacred moment? Learning something new about yourself based on all sorts of hard work? All priceless, or are they?

They say there’s a price for everything. Is there?

Time to explore the price we pay for what we think is priceless. In this class, we’ll:

  • discover how we’re paid what we’re worth – daily!
  • explore three timeless guidelines to FULLY honor someone’s worth (on many levels) with ease and grace.
  • learn ways to end suffering, one day, one thought, one person at a time.
  • know the difference between gratitude and gratuity.

Everything has a price. Time to discover how to spend time, money, attention, etc. (what you have), wisely.


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Chapter Seven: Pricing The Priceless
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Exercise 23: Gratuity? Or Gratitude?
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Exercise 24: Ethical, Timeless Guidelines
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Exercise 25: Worth Passport® Page 7
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Chapter 8: Performance Based Contracts

“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”
Chinese Proverb

“One should always play fairly when one has the winning cards.”

Oscar Wilde • Irish Dramatist, Novelist & Poet (1854-1900)

Chapter Overview


Performance Based Contracts.

What contracts do you live by – daily?

Are you aware of the thousands of contracts you abide by each and every day? What are those contracts? How do these contracts support or diminish your worth? What contracts do you make with yourself to succeed and grow?

Time to discover the value of a simple, short performance based contracts. By the time you finish one simple exercise, you’re ready to create concise, short contracts.  Time to dissolve stress and ignite passions to succeed!

  • End worrying by co-creating something to reduce unpleasant surprises.
  • Feel inspired more often than not by KNOWING what to expect when you do you best.
  • Walk on solid ground even when things seems crazy and unpredictable.

When life seems out of control and lethally stressful, what do you do? Complete this course to take solid steps to enjoy a more productive, happy, healthy life today.



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Chapter Eight: Performance Based Contracts
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Exercise 26: Step-By-Step Success
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Exercise 27: Worth Passport® Page 8
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Chapter 9: Ethics & Integrity

Action indeed is the sole medium of expression for ethics.
Jane Addams – First American woman Nobel Peace Prize winner (1860-1935)

Neither fire nor wind, birth nor death can erase our good deeds.

Buddha – (563 BC-483 BC)

Chapter Overview


Ethics & Integrity

Ethics. What are these things?

Integrity? How does integrity help you grow worth on many levels? You’ve heard this before, “say what you do and do what you say.” 

How’s it going for you on this front? Does your word equal your deed? 100% of the time? 2%?

Time to buff-up your skills to live an ethical life. Build your ability to engage ethical foresight with simple, doable, daily steps.  In the course, we’ll:

  • sort out the difference between ethics and morals.
  • discover ways to keep life more simple, less stressful.
  • create simple ways to enjoy higher levels of integrity.
  • exponentially increase ethical, long-term stable worth on many levels.

When our words equal our deeds, life becomes much less stressful – rapidly! Right?  Let’s get started!


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Exercise 28: Ethical Foresight
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Exercise 29: Worth Passport® Page 9
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Chapter 10: Gratitude Guidelines

Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.”
Cicero – Roman author, orator, & politician (106 BC – 43 BC)

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”
William Arthur Ward – American author, editor, pastor and teacher (1921 – 1994)

Chapter Overview


Gratitude Guidelines

How do you practice gratitude?

Manipulation. How might gratitude be disguised as manipulation? How does gratitude advance your ability to receive MORE with less effort?

In this course, we explore the truth in the old saying, “change your mind, change your world.”

Complete the exercises in this course to more fully understand:

  • the difference between gratitude and manipulation.
  • how manipulation prevents you form receiving MORE with less effort.
  • ways to dissolve pain associated with lack (not enough)
  • how genuine giving always returns MORE to you than you could ever imagine.

Practicing genuine gratitude rapidly shifts life from thinking there’s never enough to FEELING there’s always SO MUCH!


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Exercise 30: Thankfulness Or Gratitude?
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Exercise 31: A Lesson Learned is Wisdom Earned
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Exercise 32: More Thanks & Gratitude
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Exercise 33: Worth Passport® Page 10
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Ground Rules

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ground-rulesAfter completing Exercise 1: Pay Me What I’m Worth Ground Rules, share thoughts on this exercise in the comment box below.

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Preface Opening Quote

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.”
Henry David Thoreau – American author, naturalist & philosopher (1817 – 1862)

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Preface – Exercise 2: My Personal Contract

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signing-contractAfter completing Exercise 2: Personal Contract, how do you feel about signing this contract with yourself?

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Preface – Exercise 3: Questions, Comments & Concerns

After completing Exercise 3: Questions, Comments & Concerns, care to share thoughts on this exercise?  Use the comment box below to post your comments.

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Section 01 – Prepare To Receive

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Section 01 – Exercise 4: Diplomas, Trophies and More, Oh My

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After completing Exercise 4: Diplomas, Trophies and More, Oh My, what surprised you about this exercise?

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Chapter 01 – Who Is Worth It? You?

Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – Novelist, scientist & philosopher (1749-1832)

Chapter Overview 

Chapter One: Who's Worth It?

Who’s Worth It?

Are you?

(We hope you shout YES! to this question!)

Do you find yourself judging someone’s worth based on what you see?

Cars, clothes, jewels, homes, artwork, hair styles, regular dining haunts all play a part in how we display financial wealth. Do external, material possessions represent all you’re worth?

Gain deeper insights on how your physical material worth makes or breaks your ability to inspire others to want to pay you what you’re worth in time, money, respect, etc..

By the end of this class, you’ll know with out a doubt, the answers to these questions:

How do material possessions:

  • reflect your overall worth (reputation, respect, etc.)?
  • help or hurt your desire to feel worthy of love, attention, good health, etc.?
  • help or hurt your ability to show others how much you love, respect or appreciate them.

Starting now, it’s time to understand how your material world helps or hinders your ability to live free from doubts, guilt, shame and worry.  In the comment box below, which of those four human antics do you wish to be free of first?

 

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Chapter 01 – Study Group Questions

Chapter 1

Who Is Worth It?

Reading retention tip: review the following questions BEFORE reading this chapter. Use your journal to capture answers while you read.

How do material possessions:

  1. reflect worth?
  2. help or hurt your desire to be paid what you’re worth?
  3. help or hurt your desire to pay others what they’re worth?

Care to comment (in the comment box below) on one of chapter one’s study group questions?


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