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2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. What’s Your Favorite Aha!? Team Meeting #1 Aha! #15 Remember, we all share the same vine. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. NMM 4 Key Elements 1.SODA Stop. Observe. Decide. Act 2.Olivia’s 22 Aha!s Wisdom to live by. 3.Unplugging Relax & quiet the mind. 4.Storytelling. Our stories connect us. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. NMM Element # 2: 22 Aha!s Olivia has 22 Aha!s during her life-changing journey. Universal truths anyone can use to make life easier. Applicable in all areas of life, not just at work. Provide a framework for living a happy life. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. What’s your favorite Aha!? What were your reasons for selecting that particular Aha!? The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. Olivia’s 22 Aha!s Aha # 1 I will always have problems. Aha # 2 It’s not about me. Aha # 3 Problems can be gifts in disguise. Aha # 4 Just sit there. Do nothing. Aha # 5 There is no such thing as a difficult situation. Aha # 6 When all else fails, have a SODA. Aha # 7 Withholding judgment allows me to observe “what is.” Aha # 8 The nicer I am to myself, the nicer I am to others. Aha # 9 A simple apology works wonders. Aha #10 The less I talk, the more I learn. Aha #11 People harmonize when they are tuned to the same frequency. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. Olivia’s 22 Aha!s Aha #12 Great supervisors follow the Golden Rule and do the right thing. Aha #13 Spreading my wings is the only way to fly. Aha #14 Give a little. Get a lot. Aha #15 Remember we all share the same vine. Aha #16 United we stand. Divided we fall. Aha #17 Our stories connect us with each other. Aha #18 Success comes from bringing out the best in others. Aha #19 Winners don’t just point out problems, they fix them. Aha #20 It’s not what happens to you in life, it’s what you do with what happens that counts. Aha #21 Real freedom comes from letting go of the outcome. Aha #22 Generous hearts make a difference. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. I intend to apply this Aha! to my personal and professional life I selected this particular Aha! because: How I and others will benefit from applying this Aha!: I might encounter these obstacles: Aha! # The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. My personal Aha! Aha! #2 It’s not about me. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. I intend to apply this Aha! to my personal and professional life I selected this particular Aha! because: I let angry customers get to me sometimes. I know I shouldn’t lose my temper. Customers are mad about their problem. It’s not personal. How I benefit from applying this Aha! My conversations with customers will go more smoothly. I’ll feel less stressed-out if I can remember to pause for a second to really see what’s going on. I will be less touchy when my girlfriend says something negative. I might encounter these obstacles: I know I’ll probably forget sometimes. When that happens I will not get down on myself. Aha! #2 It’s not about me. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. My personal Aha! Aha! #10 The less I talk, the more I learn. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. I intend to apply this Aha! to my professional and personal life. I selected this particular Aha! because: I know that I’m a bad listener. I used to think I’d save time doing two things at once. I know now that to really understand what somebody is telling you, you have to give them your undivided attention. How I benefit from applying this Aha! : If I do a better job of listening, my customers will be a lot happier and hopefully more cooperative. My oldest daughter will appreciate it if I listen to her and not give her advice all the time. That’s really what she wants. I might encounter these obstacles: I know that when I get really busy and stressed-out I may forget to slow down and listen. That’s when I’ll have to remember to have SODA! Aha! #10 The less I talk. The more I learn The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. Share your Aha! intention with family & friends. Don’t expect perfection. Post your Intention Card in your work area. Compare notes with those who have the same Aha! Share your success stories at your next meeting. When you apply your Aha!, notice the positive result! Tips for Keeping Your Intention The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
2010 © Barbara Burke & Associates, Inc. Aha! #13 Spreading my wings is the only way to fly. The Napkin, The Melon & The Monkey
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