Your Purpose Clarifying Interview
Your self-guided interview is like looking into a mirror and viewing the truth of who you are, your particular concerns, ambitions and dreams.
WHO CAN DO THIS BETTER THAN YOU?
Finding your Focus:
Finding your focus is the most important step you can take toward self-defined aims and purpose.
Effective goal setting requires Focus:
The Purpose Clarifying Interview (PCI) functions like a highly efficient, well-organized mind. Starting from the perspective of a wide-angle lens, you will examine a panorama of possible concerns. The PCI will automatically adjust your lens, rapidly prioritizing these concerns according to their relative significance to you. Zooming in for a close-up, the PCI will surface your most significant personal concern, available to you immediately in your online 'This is Me!' report.
Maintaining consistent Focus:
Maintaining consistent Focus on your dominant concern - yes, over time - is your second important step. Rapid personal change results by maintaining your focus on the goal you consider most important. This is Focused Action.
Resolving Your Most Significant Concern:
When you have resolved your most significant concern, you will progress toward resolution of your next most significant concern revealed in future completions of the PCI. Because life is a continuing process of challenge and resolution, continued use of the PCI provides you with a reliable tool for self-navigation in an ever-changing world.
The Promise of Rapid Change:
You can willfully direct your life toward achievement of valued goals through focus and mindfully directed attention, the most reliable path toward rapid personal change. Alas, the Power of Purpose.
Scientific evidence validating the Power of Your Attention:
Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz, in his pioneering book published in 2002, "The Mind and the Brain" offers convincing scientific evidence of your ability to create the life you want to live - even to the point of physically reshaping the neural circuitry of your brain - all of this because of your innate capacity for sustained attention. Quoting Dr. Schwartz, "The power of attention not only allows us to choose what mental direction we will take. It also allows us, by actively focusing attention on one rivulet in the stream of consciousness, to change - in scientifically demonstrable ways - the systematic functioning of our own neural circuitry."