Focus Your Locus

 
 
Focus enables people to access their thoughts more clearly.  
Access to one’s thoughts helps individuals to evaluate previous thoughts and experiences and to create new ideas. 
New ideas create energy.  
Energy stimulates awareness, which can influence where one’s locus of control resides.  
Awareness can fuel courage, potentially allowing one to become more individually responsible.  
Courage leads to an enhanced ability to make new conscious choices, which, when made within groups, leads to mutual accountability.  
These new choices made lead to new opportunities for learning and growth.  
New learning and experiences provide opportunities for new thoughts, and the cycle begins anew, with focus, enabling people to access their thoughts more clearly.


Focus Your Locus, is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn, relearn, or rethink some active and reflective activities that can be relevant for all types of counselors, teachers, and experiential educators.  
The activities will help to illustrate the power of the focused individual, and of the collective mind.  
Methods discussed can be used to front-load learning, to sustain group momentum, to energize initiatives and to provide new streams of insight during processing.

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Activities that Focus the power of individuals and Groups

Focus Your Locus:
Activities that Focus the Power of Individuals and Groups


by Mike Gessford and Justin McGlamery
published by Wood’N’Barnes Publishing
Bethany, OK

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Focus Your Locus:
Activities that Focus the Power of Individuals and Groups


by Mike Gessford and Justin McGlamery
published by Wood’N’Barnes Publishing
Bethany, OK

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