Learn, Explore and Discover How to Achieve What You Want to Achieve, Kindly,
on Your 7 Keys of Kindness Journey
Crafted from Wendy's 4 Aha's of Kindness to Live by,
the 7 Keys of Kindness online courses guide your journey through the 7 Keys, as you
* learn how to let go your struggle,
* explore how to set yourself free, and
* discover how to achieve what you want to achieve, kindly.
The 1st Key of Kindness
Inquiring from a place of not knowing
You feel held back from achieving what you want to achieve, kindly, but you don't know what to do or which way to go. You begin to search for answers by learning to inquire from a place of not knowing, kindly.
The 2nd Key of Kindness
Exploring your core values
You open into your journey towards what you want to achieve, kindly. You find answers to what to do and which way to go by exploring your core values, kindly.
The 3rd Key of Kindness
Discovering your core purpose
You sense tension where, although you still feel held back, you do have more answers now. Wondering what else to do and which other ways to go, you find what is causing this tension by (re-)discovering your core purpose, kindly.
The 4th Key of Kindness
Understanding and appreciating difference
You still sense tension where, although you feel less held back than you were, you have more direction now. You look further for what is causing the tension by sharing your journey with others, and listening to their journeys towards finding their answers. Understanding and appreciating the difference in the choices that each of you make, kindly, is key here.
The 5th Key of Kindness
Co-discovering your shared values
Your self limiting beliefs and other habits remain dominant, despite your efforts to let them go. Your progress towards finding what to do and which way to go slows. You look for the cause by learning to co-discover the values that you share with others on the journeys all of you are making to find your answers, kindly.
The 6th Key of Kindness
Co-discovering your shared purpose
Your self limiting beliefs and other habits are less but remain in control of your choices, despite your best efforts to let them go. Your progress towards finding what to do and which way to go slows more. You look deeper for the cause by exploring and co-discovering the purpose that you share with others on the journeys you are all making to find your answers, kindly.
The 7th Key of Kindness
Making friends with your time
Looking for what to do and which way to go with what you have learned, explored and discovered so far, you wonder how you can make enough time to work with your answers. With no feelings of being held back now, you discover your final answer - working with the time that you have available. Making friends with your time, kindly, you now see your path forward to achieve what you want to achieve, kindly.
When you achieve the end of your 7 Keys of Kindness journey, you will have
* learned how to let go your struggle.
* explored how to set yourself free.
* discovered how to achieve what you want to achieve, kindly.
In a world where you can choose anything,
Take your FREE "7 Keys of Kindness Taster" with Wendy, our Kindness Queen, and Sally, our Taster Co-Creator, today.
choose to set yourself free on your 7 Keys of Kindness journey
towards achieving what you want to achieve, kindly.
Carla Van Raay
Kindness to myself was a foreign idea to me for the longest time, having been brought up in a strict Catholic family, endured abuse of different kinds and chose to live the life first of a nun in an order with strict rules, then as a prostitute. These kinds of decisions are not based on kindness to self. I managed more kindness to my clients as a sex worker than to myself! The reverberations of the Kindness and Resilience Course have stayed with me to gradually build more kindness in my life.
I would say that here, in the 7 Keys of Kindness, is the potential to transform a humdrum personal life or a stagnant organisation into fresh and joyful living.
Our conversation was very helpful to me. You helped me see that what I needed was to find a path that addressed real concerns about our ...'s performance, while honouring compassion, kindness, and my personal values. After our talk, I knew roughly what I was searching for. I spent quite some time in more searching, and frankly feeling a bit lost, but the answer(s) came. I was guided in no small part by the commitment to kindness that your group reinforced for me. I was content to sit with the lost feeling for a while, trusting.
Positive honest approach to self awareness and supportive developmental coaching.
I like the practical application of Appreciative Inquiry and its alignment with other leadership concepts.
The space that was created was a great gift.
A new positive way of thinking.
A thought-provoking start to a longer journey.