Intro @F-L-O-W


Introduction using a Teachable Point of View (TPOV)

TPOVs @F-L-O-W: Designing In Differences


Design @F-L-O-W

  • Identify what you are wasting now!

  • Identify what makes you happy.

  • Identify right consumption.

  • Identify right levels of success.

  • Contribute!

The question may be What’s Different?

The design and meta-design system at flow are nuanced to incorporate 7 parameters:

System Dynamics

So far, I don’t think there is a lot of difference in what you might find in any design program using a set of design parameters.


Let me show you why Design @F-L-O-W is different.

I want to take you back to our Talking Points:

Blank Slate (@BS) contrasts @F-L-O-W                            
We Begin Broken We Begin Different
Everyone Is Created Equal Everyone Is NOT Created Equal
To Be Fair, It Must Be The Same To Be Fair, Each Different, But Fair
To Be Happy, Be Successful To Be Happy, Be, Do, Have, Become, Contribute
Wants Replace Needs Needs Replace Wants
Credit Card – Wants Passbook – Needs
Net Energy Is Decreasing Net Energy Is Shifting – Transduction
Noise Accumulates as Signal Signal Filtering Critical
We Can Learn Anything We Can’t–Should Not–Learn Some Things
Trust until you find a reason not too… Mistrust until you find a reason not too…
We Can Be Anything We Want We Can Be Anything We Can & Are!
Because We Can, We Will Because We Can, Doesn’t Mean We Will
We Are Rational Human Beings We Are Largely Irrational Beings
Refuse To Accept Ourselves And Others Unconditionally Accept Ourselves & Others
All Problems Can Be Solved By Growth Growth Is A Solution To Some Problems
Models and Statistics Can be generalized Generalization not possible to differences
Development Through Personal Change Development with Scaffolding
Personal Change Is The Leverage Point Acceptance Is The Leverage Point
Focus on Self-Awareness Focus on Self-Knowledge
Values are hierarchical Values are Networks
Either/Or –> Certainty Both/And –> Paradoxes
Close the Gap Keep the GAP Open!

What makes Design different at flow are the basic assumptions of the paradigm which have changed.

Let me grab a particular set of ideas for an example.

In BS, we consider to be equal and capable of Being, Doing, having, becoming, and Contributing ANYTHING.

It’s not the same @F-L-O-W.

We can’t expect people to behave in this way.

What we can expect them to be, do, have, become, and contribute are largely influenced from those 7 areas I noted above.

What does this do for and to design?

Almost all of our current designs are built upon the notion of BS, that if you can’t be, do, have, become, and contribute anything, then the design has to be focused first on what you can and will do.

Secondly, because you are unique and different, we can’t keep expecting you to be, do, have, become, and contribute what you can’t, so measures of capability, bias, style, level, role, values, and system dynamics become really important in producing designs that are efficient, effective, and sustainable.

Third, I would bet almost all of the current designs in your life are following this path unconsciously, but consciously you are finding it hard to make all the adjustments you need to being perfect as determined by societies standards… or for your own if you are one of those in the 1-5% who set standards for Living at FLOW.

The four session program you will be guided through will open your eyes to about not only what is possible, but what is probable in your own life and the movement to detach from those design standards that were not meant for Living at FLOW.

The program’s tuition is $297.  Class begins November 18 at 8:30 PM ET and continues each evening through November 21.  We offer an Early Bird Special of $197 when you enroll by November 15.

NOTE: All classes will be recorded for you incase you want to re-listen or if you miss a class.

To get this program and 9 other programs for a "certificate" price, see our 2013 offer here.

BONUS: You will also receive our Living at FLOW course, a $197 value, as it will help you better make use of what you learn in Design @F-L-O-W.  Visit Living at FLOW to learn more.

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