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Four Circles

Results Phase – Clarifying What’s Important

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I’m studying an online class, and my assignment received these feedback. I’m so interested in it and want to share on my blog although my assignment is not perfect. Thanks you, my peers <3

peer 1 → Results Phase – Clarifying What’s Important

2A. Critical Events —

Your story of the critical events in your life reads beautifully. It is like the opening of a flower. You have identified events that opened your eyes and opened your mind and let you see that you have choices about what you want to be and where you want your life to go. (1)

2B. Leadership Vision —

Your vision of perfectly aligned domains is beautiful. I’d like to see or hear more about what that looks like, to act physically in all four circles at once. Your vision is ambitious and grand, but that’s where visions start. The numbers you see in the future, that of billions of tourists and millions of successful business might be a slight exaggeration, but again, that’s where visions start. You have hope and you have ambition. (1)

2C. Four Circles —

Your circles are all aligned so I assume that you can, indeed, act physically in all four at the same time. Keep an eye on this as you progress to see if one doesn’t slip aside at some time. You did not add any information about the picture’s meaning, or what you might change by experimenting, nor did you ask for feedback, but I do think you might benefit at some time by going through this exercise again. (0)

2D. 4-Way Attention Chart —

Your response was a question mark on this and I suspect it might be because you could not transfer the diagram to the answer block. there is not enough information to comment here. (0)

2E. Consequences of your choices —

Your responses to this section reflect that your four circles might not be as well aligned as your chart shows. There might be a point where your family and self are not totally engaged. (1)

2F. Satisfaction —

Your satisfaction scale indicates that you are much more satisfied with your “community” domain (8) than you are with work (5) home/family (5) or self (5). As you move on through this course, go back to the four circles diagram from time to time. Consider, too, whether or how the community domain affects your earlier stated vision. Does it supersede your Work/School domain? or your Family domain? or even your self domain? (1) I wish you much good luck in exploring your future through this class and I love the way your life is opening up to new possibilities.
Joan Lamson

peer 2 → Results Phase – Clarifying What’s Important

Your sharing on the events shaping your life was appreciated. Your have big visions and big dreams, very clearly laid out and identified. I was wondering here, what actions are you going to take to achieve this? Are you presently taking the steps you need to take? If not, what is stopping you? Not doing the excise on the four way chat was unfortunate. It would have highlighted what was the area of importance and what you are presently focused on. I was not sure if I was misunderstanding your writing on your vision and your domain of satisfaction, but I was not seeing the alignment between your work and the amount of time you were spending. I was thinking you would have been more satisfied here. Looking at the four circles, I really could not follow how you had them all aligned? Maybe like me, you misunderstood the exercise. Some questions on getting to alignment, how do you think you can get these aligned? What do you think will happen if you don’t get alignment? Thanks for sharing and best of luck.

New words for me

  • the opening of a flower – mở đầu của một bông hoa
  • a slight exaggeration – một sự cường điệu nhẹ
  • very clearly laid out and identified – rất rõ ràng và được xác định

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