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31.01.2015
Do you know that it is almost impossible to get through life without being mentored at least once?
Did you remember when another person took the time to instruct, guide, or assist you in a positive way? Do you really want to read about the history of mentoring or that Shakespeare mentioned it in one of his “Henry” plays? As you can see this definition leaves out the sense of personal commitment and sensitivity the mentor has for the mentee. Mentoring is not a one time event; it extends over a period of time that can be weeks, months, years, or even a lifetime.
Funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation Research in Disabilities Education Numbers 1027635 and 1027655. This article is by Stevie Grieve, author of Modern Soccer Tactics and Winning Soccer Tactics.
In my experience, although the organisation expects its leaders to be talented in managing conflict and engaging in make-or-break crucial conversations, the reality is that they have either been too busy or have never received specific training around difficult conversations, collaborative thinking and executive team facilitation. Alec Grimsley only coaches executives in the specific areas of managing conflict, difficult conversations and facilitation. A senior executive has never been comfortable with managing conflict and is failing to hold other senior people accountable for their performance and decisions.
The managing director is not getting the best from his or her leadership team in key meetings and wants to develop better facilitation skills.
An executive has a vital conversation coming up and wants specific mentoring on that particular conversation. Two executives have become so polarised with their views of each other that it’s affecting not just their working relationship but everyone else on the team. An executive is so busy that he or she cannot attend workshops for any extended period of time, so one-to-one coaching is a viable alternative for learning these key skills.
Small talk is one of those things in life that it pays well to be good at -- but also pays equally well to move beyond as quickly as possible. So what exactly is small talk, why do we engage in it -- and most of all, how do we get past it and get to real conversation? In laymen's terms, what that means is that small talk is how we get to know the basic facts about one another. And while all that is fine and good, it's feels infinitely better to get beyond small talk and get to the meat and potatoes of conversing with other people – getting to know them better.
Apparently, according to the latest science, not only is getting past small talk good for your love life – it's good for you overall. What went wrong here was that both partners in the above examples missed opportunities to get to know each other better and build a real conversation (and get past small talk) by getting personal and delving into meaningful topics – instead of staying on superficial levels. If you're picking up a trend here, you've got a good eye; in each case, I've given you a few examples on how people can get to relating to each other better.
It can be terribly frustrating, especially when both of you want to be relating to each other (and moving beyond small talk), and it's just not happening.
So let's go over how to get past small talk, and get you relating to the new people who come into your life. A really cool study I saw quite recently found that how connected to you a given person feels has nothing to do with how well that person knows you, and everything to do with how well that person thinks you know her. When you go back and forth with another person, giving each other near-one-word answers for each question, the conversation dries up soon. Note that conversation is all about leading into topics; there needs to be a progression from one topic to another. Remember to tie a train of thought back to the preceding thought – either at the beginning of the thought (how it's normally done), or by explaining the relation at the end of the thought (less common – more of an advanced conversational technique) – and you can relate just about anything to anything and make it natural. UPDATE: to get into deep, meaningful conversation in a hurry, be sure to check out "The Art of the Deep Dive," "What Does She Want?
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I did basically everything you said in that article yesterday and it's cool because I'm reading this article today.
Hey Chase, first of all thanks for all the great insights, I'm trying to get out there and implement at least some of it. Im a practicing christian as well, and there is NOTHING wrong with going to parties or nightclubs.


You dont need to drink, and in fact at 18 you have a legitimate excuse if youngo to a bar or nightclub since they will stamp your hands so you cant order drinks.
One last thing, dont judge girls if they arent christians or if they party or sleep around, not only will you lose a girl who may be amazing, but they will look down on you and look down on christians. The other night I was chatting on FB with a girl that I like and it felt like I was asking one question and she'd just answer and not ask me any questions. Hey Chase, I introduced myself to a girl at a Stop and Shop by complaing about a torn bag at the meat counter, we went from laughing about it to small talk and I started to get nervous not being able to think of what to say so SHE realized this and started talking about her school commute.
I gotta admit Chase, I've stumbled onto this site yesterday and I've been hooked on it like crack. It was then that a buddy pointed out my apparent success with women and asked me if I had read 'The Game'. A problem I keep running into these days is, that girls complain that the conversation is all about them and that they don't know anything about me. One girl even told me that I come across as a "player", because i mostly gave her vague answers when she asked about me. I gave it some thought and reread the chapter on attainability from your ebook, and I guess I'm indeed having some attainability problems here. So it seems to be important to share some information about you, in order to make her feel comfortable, taken seriously and build trust.
I was first introduced to the LTAD model through my work with the Ontario Lacrosse Association and FITS Toronto. However, with a little bit of research, I have discovered that perhaps, this may be more so an exercise in early intervention and control.
That said, I do think this model at its current state may subject itself to misinterpretation. The Active Start, FUNdamentals, and Learn to Train stages are primarily geared toward the development of physical literacy. If there are studies out there which actually support the concept, I’d love to see them. So even if it was as good as we thought (before you pointed out the holes) – are we actually using it north of 49? As for it being in use – I agree that there are people at athletics Canada and in the various sporting organizations who have documents that say they are using LTAD. Back on the training windows concept – ignoring the great point you brought up that there’s no evidence of the windows, do you think they exist?
For the advancement and dissemination of knowledge pertaining to sports injury management, athletic development and performance. With 4 players, all players have 1 zone, with 3, the players closest to the ball play inside the zones; the 3rd player plays behind and makes a triangle. The red presses as the ball reaches his opponent, the yellow drops back into his zone while the orange is ready to sprint out to press the next pass if it is passed right, the yellow will press again if it is pressed left.
The use of an external mediator is essential before someone leaves or the situation deteriorates even further. But more than just measuring amount of time spent talking with others, they also found a difference in the type of conversation happier folks engage in. Well anyways I've hang out with this girl and I was able to past small talk( thats what I think it is).
My main problem though is that I just don't know where to find girls my age or close to it (18). Go to a party with friends and be the DD or drive yourself and say you cant drink because you have to drive soon. When they talk about themselves more and begin to open up to you, they feel, in a way, connected to you.
While we talked she would play with her necklace and when we both realized I couldn't keep the conversation going she mentioned she's "always around" (she works there). I'm trying this now, just being more warm with people and the response has been staggering. On the other side I have learned to make it all about her and reveal as little as possible about yourself. It's hard for me right now to decide, how much i should reveal about myself in order to be mysterious, but without coming across as a "player".
At the time, I was very impressed with the direction our provincial and national sport organizations were taking to improve the development of our young athletes.


That is, a process with an end goal in mind for the child rather than a simple focus of play. Sure this may actually mean physical actions such as monkey bar swinging, however, I do not agree with medicine ball exercises between the ages of 6 – 9.
Simply playing outside not only develops physical literacy but also social skills and self awareness. To be sure, there are several excellent aspects to the LTAD, but there are also a few things, presented as fact, that simply don’t stand up to any sort of critical investigation. I’m not against the idea if it can actually be demonstrated to exist, but I do take issue with continuing to push an idea when all of the available evidence is against it. I’m suggesting that the people who work with kids are not, and probably have never heard of it. It is not intended to be used for medical diagnosis, medical treatment or to replace evaluation by a health practitioner.
The blue will cover behind the red and orange and be ready for if the players behind him move round to fill in the spaces and can press if these players receive the ball. The fact that we were able to move past the surface and delve into some really deep things in a matter of minutes. It seems like PUA's keep building and improving on knowledge and techniques and Chase has taken it to the next level. Well, at the begining it was really boring we weren't talking something fun but I turned it upside down and we went on an intersting subject.
Part of my dilemma is because frankly I'm a coward but I'm also limited because I'm a Christian (no sex before marriage, no drinking etc). I would rather be sober -- or closer to sober than drunk -- to talk girls anyways, thats just how i feel comfortable.
Am I asking the wrong questions, reading into this too much or is she just not interested in me?
I thought things were going okay, maybe a little awkward because we couldn't get past small talk despite my efforts. This really confuses me, I do this on purpose of course, because all the material on here teaches to make the conversation about her and that she doesn't need to know too much, if anything, about you. With a focus on the development of physical literacy, the encouragement of fun, and a relatively negative attitude toward early specialization and competition, it seemed reasonable to think that this model could be at the forefront of the development of young athletes worldwide.
Think about it, if it was titled “Backyard Rink to NHL” how do you think this would be received?
I believe our parent population, especially in some sports such as hockey, is overly aggressive with trying to create the next Sidney Crosby and promoting strength training at such a young age may do more harm than good. Even the references in the LTAD which are intended to support the concept fail to provide any proof.
I think you see it whenever you see women who didn’t grow up playing sports taking up golf or tennis as adults.
Definitely an interesting topic and one that I’m keen to look into further once I have a bit more time. The author of this site does not declare any conflict of interest with any products referenced or recommended within the blog posts unless stated otherwise, nor does he claim ownership of any of the images used. Attacking players can move positions to fill in the spaces in the centre to create short passes.
Anyways, we would be on that subject for a couple of minutes and then when I got nothing to say, I would dramatically change subject. I don't know if that is a good way to do it or correct me on how I can stay on a particular subject for long and avoid akward silence. The little income I do make goes straight into my paypal account, which goes right back into purchasing more continuing education resources that I end up reviewing and blogging about anyway.
Well, we we're talking and when it comes to the point where he have nothing to say, I tend to think hard on what I could say to her. After this she kept looking away from me and would stay quiet when I was trying to talk to her.



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