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dont burn out

FUEL YOUR FIRE


CHOICE 5
LEADERSHIP MODULES
The 5 Choices to
Extraordinary Productivity
Tool ki t
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ACT ON THE
IMPORTANT
GO FOR
EXTRAORDINARY
SCHEDULE
THE BIG ROCKS
RULE YOUR
TECHNOLOGY
1 2 3 4
DONT REACT
TO THE URGENT
DONT SETTLE
FOR ORDINARY
DONT SORT
GRAVEL
DONT LET
IT RULE YOU
ACT ON THE
IMPORTANT
GO FOR
EXTRAORDINARY
SCHEDULE
THE BIG ROCKS
RULE YOUR
TECHNOLOGY
1 2 3 4
5
FUEL
YOUR FIRE
5
FUEL
YOUR FIRE
DONT
BURN OUT
Choice 5:
Fuel Your Fire,
Dont Burn Out
The energy of the mind
is the essence of life.
Aristotle
You have to remember that the
brain is part of the body. Whats
good for the body
is good for the brain.
Dr. Richard Restak
EXTRAORDINARY
PRODUCTIVITY
BURIED ALIVE
TIMELESS...
TIMELY...
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Choice 5:
Overview
PARADIGM
Fuel Your Fire
PRINCIPLE
Renewal: To restore or replenish.
BEHAVIORS
Create patterns of consistent renewal:
Move
Eat
Sleep
Relax
Connect
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Energy
Quick Check
OVER THE PAST MONTH
EXTRAORDINARY AVERAGE BELOW
Barely get through the
day.
Tired most of the time.
Work is depressing.
Have peaks and valleys
of energy throughout the
day.
Tired sometimes.
Work is usually enjoyable.
Have a high level of energy
throughout the day.
Feel well-rested.
Rarely tired.
Highly inspired by work.
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Establish Patterns
of Consistent Renewal
We cant live on last months meal, just like we
cant draw strength from last years purpose.
Constant energy comes from a pattern
of constant renewal.
Leigh Stevens
THE 5 ENERGY DRIVERS
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The 5 Energy
Drivers
FUEL YOUR FIRE PLAN
I get up and move
regularly throughout
the work day.
I eat in a way that
provides sustained
energy throughout
the day.
I have a consistent
exercise program that
boosts my energy.
I have a pattern of
eating nutritious
food at every meal.
MOVE
Things to try:
EAT
Things to try:
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YOUR SCORE
YOUR SCORE
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FUEL YOUR FIRE PLAN
I get at least seven
hours of quality sleep
each night.
I am satised with the
quality of sleep I get
each night.
SLEEP
Things to try:
RELAX
Things to try:
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YOUR SCORE
YOUR SCORE
I have an effective
coping strategy to
deal with stress.
My lifestyle supports
my ability to manage
stress.
The 5 Energy
Drivers
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The 5 Energy
Drivers
FUEL YOUR FIRE PLAN
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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YOUR SCORE
I take time to connect
regularly with the impor-
tant people in my life.
I regularly connect
with the purposes and
values that make my
life meaningful.
CONNECT
Things to try:
Score: 06 Problem Area 715 Average 1620 Doing Great
Which driver will you work on?
What specic actions will you take?
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5-Week Quickstart
Commitments
Schedule this commitment in your 5-Week Quickstart.
1 Carry out one activity from your Fuel Your Fire Plan.
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Capture the
Gold
What were the most valuable insights for you from The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Pro-
ductivity Work Session?
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Report
Session
REPORT SESSION
Describe how your Q2 Conversations went and how they have impacted
your productivity.
How have your Q2 Role Statements affected the choices you make in your day-to-
day work? What progress have you made on your work goals?
How did Weekly and Daily Q2 Planning affect how you spent your time over the last
ve weeks?
Describe your system to manage the Core 4. How is it working for you?
Describe your energy plan and the impact it has had over the last ve weeks.
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