BY DANIEL HOST | MAY 10, 2023
Personal development begins with literacy. Learning words helps us to develop awareness because we have a label for the event, idea, experience, and much more. Escaping tyranny demands free speech - starting with our self-talk, and interpersonal communication. Small groups help with this by nurturing awareness, celebrating achievement, and supporting changes as challenges pop up. You can summit your personal Everest with a supportive group of explorers, meeting to discuss best efforts and new ideas.
The Scotomaville personal growth program blends integrative mental and physical wellness with author-supported self-reflection video modeling to facilitate personal and professional transformation.
Participants meet weekly as a small-group to watch and discuss episodes, and practical applications of the topic. They can then share with all participants online, and ask private questions with the author through a secure portal. Peer support and guidance is ongoing online, and with regional meetups, and base camp summits.
The Scotomaville program is especially suited for self-motivated personal development candidates, including:
Curious Explorers Ambitious Entrepreneurs Functional Aspergians Military Veterans Veteran Service Providers Wounded Warriors Christian Storytellers Noble Fathers Fatherless Champions
Small group interactions are a fine case to watch bricolage in action—“working with what is at hand.” in contrast to an engineering conception of design as problem-solving bricolage is a craftsman’s understanding that designs result from “tinkering.” The strength of the improvisational tinkering approach is that it can handle ill-defined problems, and that it realizes a “silver lining” from severe limitations of time and/or available resources by focusing attention on what will work, as opposed to what might be optimum under ideal conditions.
The Greatest Expedition you'll ever undertake is the journey to self-understanding. I invite you on that journey!
"Onus probandi incumbit ei qui dicit, non ei qui negat" meaning: the burden of proof is on the claimant - not on the recipient!
BY DANIEL HOST syndicated: MAY 10, 2023 last updated: MAY 10, 2023