The StillPoint Experience shows you how to crack open your thinking and ask the questions you need in the uncomfortable moments when you want to move from expected and mediocre to great and innovative. It is a validated assessment which shows you the thinking style you need to adopt in decision-making moments, so you can stay centered and quickly gain new perspective.
It is an on-line, interactive, self-study toolkit to help you develop the type of thinking to help you question and overturn your current status quo. It is recommended as a follow up to The StillPoint Discovery Experience. It is recommended for those with a penchant for self-discovery and a high level of discipline. It is for leaders and people who want to transform the way they make decisions and the decisions they make. It is for those who want to experience life where obstacles and barriers become powerless in the face of self-realization.
>An iterative experience that includes a progress chart to see your results real-time
>An evaluation that takes less than 15 minutes
>Brings your awareness to the thinking behind your thinking
>Provides a structure to become your own benchmark against which you chart your own progress
>Provides a download of your results immediately upon completion of your assessment in a personalized guidebook
>Provides short prompts delivered daily to help you stay focused. Turn them on/off at will.
>Provides three assessments with every purchase
“The art of leadership is all about finding balance in a dynamic landscape.
I was surprised at how quickly I experienced shifts in my thinking and behavior. I didn’t have to build complex new practices into my daily life to get results. I loved learning and experiencing the modern science behind this experience. It brings about learning and embeds itself very quickly.”
Director of Talent Development,
“Business moves very fast today and requires a leader to be constantly ‘on’. But there’s a difference between being on and being on ‘automatic’. The StillPoint Experience allows one to step back to observe oneself and adjust on the fly to improve performance. It has changed my approach to how I deal with issues or challenges. Solutions now appear much more readily than before.”
One World Play Project