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Stories of Overcoming I

Resilience Workshop

INTRODUCTIONS

 

Introduce yourselves to each other in your small group.

Sharing Prompts: 


1.Share briefly about your background / 1-2min each

(e.g. name, place, one passion)

2.What is a fun fact about you that others might not yet know?




Small Group Dialogues

Go around to introduce yourselves very briefly (name, place)

and then share about the following prompts.

Sharing Prompts:

1.Name one element in your life that is challenging at the moment.

2.Name one element you are grateful for.

INTRODUCTIONS

 

Share briefly about yourself. (1min each)

Sharing Prompts: 

1.Your name, place

2.What is a fun fact about you?




AGREEMENTS

Share in your small group about the following prompts.

Dialogue Prompts: 

 

1. Which of the Dialogue Agreements is important to you? And why?

 

 

2. Would you like to add an element to the agreements?

 

 

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

Billy Nye

 

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

"Everyone you will ever meet

knows something you don't."

Billy Nye

 

Billy Nye

 

Billy Nye

 

Billy Nye

 

Billy Nye

 

SHARING YOUR STORY

Invitation: 

 

Check internally if you feel valued and respected in this group.

And if you do, Take Courage, risk vulnerability, and share openly

in order to co-create Deep Connections.

 

 

Reflection Prompt:

 

 

What touched you in these stories?

 

 

Written Reflection (2min)

Prompt:

What touched you in these stories?

Write, scribble, doodle on the prompt below.

REFLECTION

Write a brief response.

Prompt: 

 

We listened to Salvador's story:

What Story of Overcoming* does it remind you of in your own life?

 

*Note: No story is too small.

WRITTEN REFLECTION (2 min)

Write, doodle, draw a brief response.

Prompts* 

What thoughts and feelings resonated with you

while watching the clip? And why?

(*Remember: There are no right or wrong answers.)

Write, doodle, draw a brief response.

WRITTEN REFLECTION (2 min)

Write, doodle, draw a brief response.

Prompts* 

1. What resonated with you most in this clip?

2. How do the messages relate to your life?

(*Remember: There are no right or wrong answers.)

Write, doodle, draw a brief response.

WRITTEN REFLECTION (2 min)

Write, doodle, draw a brief response.

Prompts* 

1. What thoughts and emotions arose while watching?

2. Describe a situation in which you experienced curiosity in your own life.

(*Remember: There are no right or wrong answers.)

Write, doodle, draw a brief response.

Small Groups no. 2

Share some take aways from your written reflections

and deepen connections in your group.

Sharing Prompts:

1. What thoughts and emotions arose while watching?

2. Describe a situation in which you experienced curiosity in your own life.

(*Remember: There are no right or wrong answers.)

Small Groups no. 2

Sharing Prompts:

1. What thoughts and emotions arose?

2. How do these experiences relate to your own encounters with curiosity?

 

Small Groups no. 3

Sharing Prompt:

Share the thoughts and feelings that resonated with you

while watching the clip and describe why.

 

Small Groups no. 1

Sharing Prompts:

1. Name one element in your life that is challenging at the moment?

2. Name one element that you are grateful for?

 

Micro Practice

Micro Practices can help us harness the power of curiosity.

Prompts:

1.Choose a person in your life

​2.Ask a thoughtful question and listen deeply (15min)

3.Write about your experience in your journal (2min)

 

Remember, taking small steps can lead to deeply enriching experiences.

Micro Practice

Micro Practices can help us harness the power of curiosity.

Prompts:

1.Choose a person in your life

​2.Ask a thoughtful question and listen deeply (15min)

3.Write about your experience in your journal (2min)

 

Invitation: write the name of a person with whom

this micro practice might be good to do

Invitation: write the name of a person with whom

this micro practice might be good to do

Invitation: write the name of a person with whom

this micro practice might be good to do

Invitation: write the name of a person with whom

this micro practice might be good to do

Invitation: write the name of a person with whom

this micro practice might be good to do

Invitation: write the name of a person with whom

this micro practice might be good to do

WRITTEN REFLECTION (2 min)

Write, doodle, draw a brief response.

Prompts*: 

1. What resonated with you most in this clip?

2. How does the message relate to your life?

(*Remember: There are no right or wrong answers.)

(Podcast Excerpt)

IDENTIFYING YOUR STORY

Write a brief response.

Reflection Prompt: 


We listened to Salvador's story:

What Story of Overcoming* does it remind you of in your own life?


*Note: No story is too small.

CRAFTING STORIES

Draft your Story of Overcoming* through the lens of following questions.

(*Maybe focus on an aspect of your story that you could share in your small group.)

Writing Prompts: 

 

1.What was the Situation* when you overcame a difficulty?

2.What was the Process of overcoming?

3. What do you feel were the Learnings along the way?

 

(*Note: No story is too small. Maybe a moment when you overcame a fear or challenge.)

Small Group Dialogues

Share in your group about the following prompts.

Sharing Prompts: 

 

1.What touched you in Christiana's story?

 

2.Inspired by Christiana: Did you ever experience a personal struggle

that led you to a purposeful action / service?

Small Group Dialogues

Share in your group about the following prompts.

Sharing Prompts: 

 

1.Name one element in your life that is challenging at the moment?

 

2.Name one element that you are grateful for?

Small Group Dialogues

Sharing Prompt: 

Share the thoughts and feelings that resonated with you

while watching the clip and describe why.

Small Group Dialogues

Sharing Prompt: 

Share the thoughts and feelings that resonated with you

while watching the clip and describe why.

Small Group Dialogues

Sharing Prompt: 

Share the thoughts and feelings that resonated with you

while listening to the clip and describe why.

(Podcast Excerpt)

Small Group Dialogues

Sharing Prompt: 

Share the thoughts and feelings that resonated with you

while listening to the clip and describe why.

HARVEST

Reflection Prompt:

What stays with you?

Group Sharing: 

1.Write a word in the chat

2.Share a thought about your word with the group*

(*Feel free to pass if this is not your moment;)

Pre-Session Reflection (2min)

Dialogue is influenced by our levels of self-awareness and emotions.

Prompts:

1. Identify your current emotions.

​2. Consider how they might affect your openness

and listening during dialogues.

Prompts:

1. Identify your current emotions.

​2. Consider how they might affect your openness

and listening during dialogues.

Prompts:

1. Identify your current emotions.

​2. Consider how they might affect your openness

and listening during dialogues.

Dialogue is influenced by our levels of self-awareness and emotions.

Dialogue is influenced by our levels of self-awareness and emotions.

Dialogue is influenced by our levels of self-awareness and emotions.

Pre-Session Reflection (2min)

Pre-Session Reflection (2min)

Written Reflection (2min)

Allow yourself a quiet moment to reflect, write, doodle.

Prompts*:

1.What thoughts and emotions arose?

​2.How do these experiences relate to your own encounters with curiosity?

*Remember, there is no right or wrong answer.

Prompts*:

1.What thoughts and emotions arose?

​2.How do these experiences relate to your own encounters with curiosity?

Prompts*:

1.What thoughts and emotions arose?

​2.How do these experiences relate to your own encounters with curiosity?

Prompts*:

1.What thoughts and emotions arose?

​2.How do these experiences relate to your own encounters with curiosity?

*Remember, there is no right or wrong answer.

*Remember, there is no right or wrong answer.

*Remember, there is no right or wrong answer.

Allow yourself a quiet moment to reflect, write, doodle.

Allow yourself a quiet moment to reflect, write, doodle.

Allow yourself a quiet moment to reflect, write, doodle.

Written Reflection (2min)

Written Reflection (2min)

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