HOW TO BEST USE THIS WEBSITE
MORE EFFECTIVELY FOR BETTER RESULTS
Use The Paths To Guide You- Go to The Paths to access various paths to go down, including learning programs to follow, checklists to guide you, and reading sequences (instead of just following links wily nily and getting lost). Read the site as a "book" by following The Paths.
Whenever you get lost from going down the links, come back to the page
for whatever path you are on.
Test yourself to determine priorities.
Navigating by subject via contents/links pages - These will contain links and a directory that is in logical order, for you to pick from. Example: Contents/Links - Success.
Major pieces to read in an area will be in order at the top of the first column.
Use the search engine - It will find most anything. (Go to "Sitemap" or "Search", in navigation bar.
Read each page this way: It is best to read through a page without using too many of the links so that you get the major ideas and tie it all together. Then you can go back and follow the links you are interested in, as a deeper way to go. There are many links to other pages. Follow those only if needed at the moment __
Recommended resources and books. To add to your learning, we've identified books to read and resources to use, including workshops and services - all pre-screened for you. With these, you can go as far as you want.
FOR MORE EFFECTIVE LEARNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
Maximize your effectiveness by following the right principles and methods.
I. COROLLARY LEARNING
READING THE RECOMMENDED BOOKS
The key recommeded books are indicated in the Recommended Books and Resources pages by priority specifications first and then asterisks for the next level of books to read. Other books are also recommended but, since time is limited, are not as necessary to read or as urgent; however, in the long run it will be useful to read these other books, if you have time.
USING COROLLARY WORKSHOPS
II. SUPPORT AND ACCOUNTABILITY
USE OF COUNSELING OR COACHING
For deeper insights and working out the "thinking" behind one's personal "problems", a trained counselor is recommended. For effectively going through life with support and accountability, I recommend using a coach, at least bi-weekly but preferably weekly. See Recommended Websites and Services page.
ACCOUNTABILITY AND MONITORING
THE USE OF THE BUDDY SYSTEM - Having a buddy or group to work with helps one to
1. "Flesh out" what is learned,
2. Get inputs, viewpoints, and thoughts from others,
3. Have moral support (a supporting conversation)
4. Some accountability.
When the "Cross Coaching" packet is formulated, you will be better able to coach and
support each other, though, if one can afford it, one should use a professional,