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  • Introduction

    Start off your program by giving some basic information about what participants can expect to learn. Introduce the topic and provide a basic outline of what's to come using videos, images, and text.

  • Step 1

    Break down your content into manageable steps. Use videos, images, and text to explain your main points, and set clear expectations and goals. You can also include files and audio as additional resources. Consider adding a questionnaire to ask participants what they hope to take away from the experience, or a quiz to test their understanding before getting started.

  • Step 1

    Break down your content into manageable steps. Use videos, images, and text to explain your main points, and set clear expectations and goals. You can also include files and audio as additional resources. Consider adding a questionnaire to ask participants what they hope to take away from the experience, or a quiz to test their understanding before getting started.

  • Introduction

    Start off your program by giving some basic information about what participants can expect to learn. Introduce the topic and provide a basic outline of what's to come using videos, images, and text.

  • 3.3 Comfortably Uncomfortable

    “The more you seek the uncomfortable, the more you will become comfortable.” -Conor McGregor Exercise Goal: To embrace the feeling of discomfort, because it is in those moments when self-growth truly occurs. Exercise Preface: Most people go to extreme lengths to avoid moments that cause them discomfort. However, just like how your physical strength increases by pushing your muscles to their limits, self-growth increases by pushing your comfort to its limits. Embrace moments of discomfort as a personal challenge. A challenge that you’re ready to win! Instructions: Requirements:

  • 4.1 The Devil you Know

    “Courage isn’t the absence of fear, but staying one step ahead of it. Because that’s where you find a stronger version of yourself.” -Christiano Ronaldo Exercise Goal: To never hide from your fears but to instead use them to fuel you on your pursuit toward achieving your dreams. Exercise Preface: Most people view fear as something that should be avoided at all costs. However, while fear should appropriately deter you from walking down the dark scary alley at night, it should never stop you from chasing after your dreams. In fact, when controlled, fear can increase your energy, narrow your focus and improve your concentration. It increases heart rate and causes blood to be preferentially pumped to muscles to maximize strength and endurance. By developing a healthy relationship with fear, you’ll add an ally in your pursuit of reaching your dreams. Instructions: Requirements:

  • 4.1 The Devil you Know

    “Courage isn’t the absence of fear, but staying one step ahead of it. Because that’s where you find a stronger version of yourself.” -Christiano Ronaldo Exercise Goal: To never hide from your fears but to instead use them to fuel you on your pursuit toward achieving your dreams. Exercise Preface: Most people view fear as something that should be avoided at all costs. However, while fear should appropriately deter you from walking down the dark scary alley at night, it should never stop you from chasing after your dreams. In fact, when controlled, fear can increase your energy, narrow your focus and improve your concentration. It increases heart rate and causes blood to be preferentially pumped to muscles to maximize strength and endurance. By developing a healthy relationship with fear, you’ll add an ally in your pursuit of reaching your dreams. Instructions: Requirements:

  • 5.2 Shoulders of GIANTS

    “I am very good at knowing what I don’t know. In order to learn, I try to surround myself with people who are much smarter [than me], which isn’t hard.” -Derek Jeter Exercise Goal: To improve your ability to lead by studying the skills and techniques used by the world’s greatest leaders. Exercise Preface: If you are a catcher, and you’re trying to improve your ability to throw out base runners attempting to steal second, then it would serve you well to study the foot work of an all-time great catcher. Similarly, if you are a leader trying to improve your ability to lead, then it would serve you well to study the characteristics and techniques of the world’s most effective leaders. Instructions: Requirements:

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