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personal_inventory [2017/08/07 03:49]
naptastic [The Regular Inventory] Greatly improve the wording of the "Love and Belonging" section. Remove refactor notice.
personal_inventory [2017/08/08 02:35]
naptastic Remove deprecation notice, and solve some problems
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 ===== Intervals of Measurement ===== ===== Intervals of Measurement =====
 It makes sense to use different intervals for different measurements;​ for example, whether you're taking your medications makes sense to measure daily or more, and whether you're spending time on all of your hobbies makes more sense to measure perhaps weekly. It makes sense to use different intervals for different measurements;​ for example, whether you're taking your medications makes sense to measure daily or more, and whether you're spending time on all of your hobbies makes more sense to measure perhaps weekly.
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-===== Basic Human Drives ===== 
-  - Survival and Proliferation 
-  - Being Important 
-  - Expressing Love 
-  - Contributing to Something Greater 
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-===== Grand Re-write Intended ===== 
-Instead of having this "​inventory"​ be a list of things you check for, have it be a set of experiences you create. Experiences you've had, or experiences that come up as part of your participation in this program. The construction of the inventory is the continual collecting of stories you can share about your life, which contributed to your transformation and can cause transformation in others. (Thus, personal transformation necessarily leads to the transformation of others; this is what I'm committed to seeing happen.) 
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-===== The rest of this page is deprecated. ===== 
  
 ==== The Regular Inventory ==== ==== The Regular Inventory ====
-This inventory is not intended to be a simple survey you fill out in five minutes. Some of the questions can be answered immediately,​ but many of them will require much reflection and thought. Some questions make sense to ask on a regular or frequent basis; some don't. Some can't be answered for a while because not enough context has been provided for the person making the inventory to answer them.+This inventory is not intended to be a simple survey you fill out in five minutes. Some of the questions can be answered immediately,​ but many of them will require much reflection and thought.
  
 Some questions would best be answered by making two lists demonstrating opposite points. For example, to answer the question "How often do your needs go unmet because of what someone else needs or wants?"​ you might make two columns: Some questions would best be answered by making two lists demonstrating opposite points. For example, to answer the question "How often do your needs go unmet because of what someone else needs or wants?"​ you might make two columns:
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   * The needs and wants of others interfere with my needs   * The needs and wants of others interfere with my needs
  
-and then putting specific instances and examples under each column.+...and then putting specific instances and examples under each column
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 +Some questions might better be answered by experiences you've had. Extra credit if you write them down in a way that when people read them, they'​re motivated to do positive things.
  
 This inventory can go in your user page if you have one, but you're certainly free to go through it in a more private and secure place. This inventory can go in your user page if you have one, but you're certainly free to go through it in a more private and secure place.
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