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Haiyan Coaching Marathon @F-L-O-W

Be professionally coached by master coach Mike Jay
Experience Mike Jay @F-L-O-W in a professional coaching marathon Nov 13-16, 2013 from 7 – 9 pm ET.

Donate $50 USD and get 15 minutes with Mike live on any topic you want. It’s simple, dial in from anywhere in the world, ask Mike any question or pose anything you want coaching on and Mike will provide you with live session and recording of your session for use later.

Help Mike raise funds for supporting people devastated by the recent Philippines Super Typhoon! Each $50 USD purchases one sack of rice [note: one sack of rice can feed a typical large family of 6 about 2 weeks] to be distributed throughout our MyPAL network in the Philippines.

After you make your donation, Mike will send you available times for you to select. Mike will keep coaching until all donations are covered. 

P.S. [from Mike]
For those of you who might be unfamiliar with my work, I want to say a few words about what I’m up to @F-L-O-W.

For more than 25 years, I’ve been a professional coach, and have served clients in more than 45 different countries in more cultures than I can understand. This is possible because I developed a process, over time, which looks through content, context, conditions, code, and culture into the core of who people are and what’s next for them developmentally.

Finding ways to scaffold this developmental next step has been key in my approach and it’s still working well in the face of accelerating complexity.

Working across the world has taught me that you can’t teach pigs to sing—it doesn’t work and it annoys the pig, so work where people are and stop pretending about what you want reality to be and learn what it is.

In this process, I’ve written a number of books to record my own passages and have dug in and learned what I have to learn—what people have to teach me—about my own development and that has not always been an easy process, or a successful one!

What I have realized lately is that we are nearing a wall called “limits to growth” most characterized by a 1970s Systems Dynamics Model facilitated by Jay Forrester at MIT.

This model is pretty simple and so far, a crystal ball for what is occurring and essentially it’s this: if we keep going where we’re going, we’re going to lose half the people on the planet within the next 100 years.

Now, while I am a bit of a futurist, I’m more a nowist and that is why I have come with my work to you to offer you solutions that will buy us time in this process of life, liberty, and happiness.

My work in the past decade and the book reflecting my reality @F-L-O-W is the best process I can offer the world at this time, to:

1) decelerate the speed at which we are approaching the ‘wall’, and
2) to buy time for technology and morality to help us out—its that simple.

I don’t know the answers.

I do know some of the questions @F-L-O-W and my next program is an attempt to offer you some ideas about how design and designers can begin to guide things in a direction to accomplish these simple goals… decelerate the growth of consumption individually, and find another answer besides “growth and more” to the good life.

I have a free introductory call where I’m going to discuss a particularly interesting practical topic of how to design roles at work to reflect the design principles in my leadership formula @F-L-O-W. This will give anyone… coach, consultant, manager, leader insight into why we design roles and how to begin to design more complex roles using meta-systematic (system to systems) reasoning and modeling.

Please join me for DESIGN @F-L-O-W, where I’ll walk you through my thinking about these five ideas in design:

Identify what you are wasting now!
Identify what makes you happy.
Identify right consumption.
Identify right levels of success.

My hope is that you will pick up an insight which can help you live happier with less, and work with me to lessen the acceleration of consumption, and the focus of all our resources on more, growth, and consumption.

Less of the wrong things is more, more of the right things is less!

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