Mindset, Behaviour and Systems Change: Pt 1 - An Overview

  • April 5, 2014 · 10:30 AM

Who should Participate

For those who want to know more about mindset, create lasting behaviour change, and impact big systems; For those who want to find simplicity, joy, and meaning in their life. 

This is the first of a series of workshops on the topic of mindset, behavioural change and systems change. You can join any of them while you will benefit the most by joining as many as you can to continually build your understanding.

Overview and Objective

The world is more complex than it's ever been -  too much information available,   too many choices to make, too many skills to learn… It's getting ever challenging to making sense of our daily experience - demanding work, rising price, our kids' education, local news,  global issues… 

So we try to relax, we seek to simplify our life to find happiness. But how?

The truth for most of us is that the world is more complex than our thinking. So we need to develop and transform our mind just to keep up with the complexity, before we can find simplicity on the other side of complexity. 

What is mindset

Mindset is why we think, feel and act the way we do. Mindset directs our actions and flavours our moment to moment experience of life. While success and the quality of our experience also depends on other factors such as our skills, circumstances and luck, mindset is the most consistent and effective way to influence the results.

Our theory of mindset is developed through years of study; it has been tested and proved powerful in creating lasting behaviour change on both personal and organizational level. 

In the first session of the series, we will:

•  Look at the relationship between mindset, behaviour and systems;

• Examine a thorough and clear theory of mindset including attitude, identity, and psychological baggage. 

• Explore the limits of focusing on only some aspects of mindset or other personal skills, and why it's important to master mindset in a holistic approach.

• The importance of context in how provides any practice of personal development meaning and direction.

Fee: Free because it's online and there's no venue cost. We encourage you to make a donation to support a cause on Avaaz (http://www.avaaz.org/). 


Online Platform: FuzeBox Meetings - Please login in 15min before the w/shop begins 

From your PC or Mobile Browser: Click this link or copy it into your browser  http://fuze.me/23936015

PC Download or App: While you can Fuze from a browser, the apps give you the best experience. Get Fuze for your PC or mobile here at  https://www.fuzebox.com/download - it's a quick download

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About the host:  Paul and Yan are co-founders of Mindjoy.asia (www.mindjoy.asia) - a coaching and consulting social business offering Mindset Mastery and Social Innovation programs.

Paul is an experienced mindset and identity coach. He is praised by his clients as the Mindset Master for his profound knowledge of this subject and ability to transform through coaching and mentoring approach. Paul's teaching model successfully integrates a wide spectrum of disciplines - spirituality and enlightenment, psychology, mindset, integral theory, design thinking, sustainability and global systems theory.

Yan is a facilitator and social innovator. She designs and facilitates educational programs of Mindjoy.asia. She loves facilitating lively and engaging conversations, meetings, and community building activities using simple, fun, collaborative, generative processes.

No-Show & Cancellation Policy: Please update your RSVP if you cannot make it. No-shows and last-minute cancellations create undue stress for the event organizers and venue owners. Those who repeatedly do not update their RSVP’s early enough will be asked to leave the group.

Disclaimer: Coaching Outreach is a group that welcomes all people interested in personal growth. By joining the activities scheduled by this group, all participants are deemed to have agreed to the terms and conditions contained in this disclaimer, and agreed to exonerate the activity leaders, the organizers and any other participants in the activity from any liabilities, claims, including but not limited to liabilities and claims as a result of any injuries or deaths or damages arising thereof

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  • Paul F.

    @Everyone who attended the w/shop... There were some great questions asked during the w/shop which unfortunately because we did not record it, has disappeared into the ether....

    Please help us - Could you ask me those questions again. I want to make sure we get around to answering them in the following sessions, or we could even make other sessions.

    Hugs

    April 6, 2014

  • Ralph

    Some interesting and insightful perspectives have been mentioned for making lasting behavioural changes, Thanks Yan and Paul.

    1 · April 5, 2014

    • Paul F.

      Yea, thx for the participation and feedback. Hope to see you at the rest of the series.

      April 6, 2014

  • April N.

    thanks for the time sharing and arouse us to think about those concepts

    2 · April 5, 2014

    • Paul F.

      Pleased you could join, and hope to see you for the next one on Attitude.

      April 6, 2014

  • Jacqueline C.

    Thanks for Yan and Falcon sharing and effort.

    2 · April 5, 2014

    • Paul F.

      Hey Jacqueline, it's our pleasure and thx for joining. Actually my name is Paul ;)

      April 6, 2014

  • Yan L.

    Thanks all for participation. For Paul and I, I feel we could have done a much better job by using a different online platform and help people to set up better to participate more:
    1. We will make sure people join future ones with a headset that does not pick up too much background noise. So that they can participate fully by speaking. It's easy for Paul to share his theory and ideas, but it's your input that makes it a conversation that's relevant to you the most.
    2. We will probably move to using Google Hangout instead. After trying Fuze Box this time, we realize the interaction at Hangout is much more real and natural.

    So look forward to furthering the discussion in future sessions. Coming up will be about attitude, on mastering a healthy inner climate.

    2 · April 5, 2014

    • Yan L.

      Yes Danny it's so much better to join from a quiet place and just keep you mic on all the time and talk whenever you feel like.

      April 5, 2014

    • Paul F.

      Yes, FuseBox looked great when Yan and I tested it, but didn't work out so well for a group. So it was a little disappointing. We're going to go back to using Hangouts now that we know how to schedule and distribute the URL of the Hangout to others before the mastermind.

      Thanks for the positive feedback and hope to see you for the next one... Living and Working with Attitude.

      April 6, 2014

  • Jenny Y.

    Nice presentation on Mindset and Behavior Change with thought provoking questions:)

    2 · April 5, 2014

    • Yan L.

      Thanks Jenny for your input as well. Hope to have you in future sessions.

      April 5, 2014

  • Yan L.

    *Some dos and don’ts for joining online workshops (webinars) - Be on time and better at least 15min earlier. So that there's enough time to make sure everything works, and go through some basic rules.
    - Do not join if you are late.
    - Call in from a quiet place. (Noise during an on-line call is very disturbing to others - much more so than face-to-face meetings).
    - Mute your mic when there's unexpected noise and remember to unmute before you speak.
    - If you drop out in the middle and rejoin, be quite, no need to apologize or say anything. Do not worry if you missed anything, just listen quietly and try to catch up.
    - Video setting: We encourage you to set up your webcam, while it's ok if you don't have webcam.
    - Look good in your video: Good lighting on your face with no windows behind you.
    - Make yourself comfortable and relaxed.

    April 4, 2014

  • Yan L.

    Hi all, I've sent a reminder to you through email. Pls log in to the meeting link 15min before it starts at 10:15am. I also included some dos and donts. Hope you have received it. See you at the webinar.

    1 · April 4, 2014

  • Paul F.

    So some of the questions we're gonna be looking at in this series... how do you change behaviour (in a simple and sustainable way), how does an individual change big systems, how do we live in systems that we don't agree with and what is the relationship between mindset and behaviour (personal and social)

    This is the first in a series of 4 Mindset Series W/shops.

    April 4, 2014

  • Yan L.

    Hi everyone, thanks for joining our workshop. Given the topic, what is the most burning question that you want to find an answer to in this workshop?

    March 30, 2014

  • Paul F.

    This w/shop is online. You can either join via PC or mobile. The app were using is FuseBox Meeting. Its easy to Install and use, very easy. For PC there us a small program download, safe and fast. Because it's online and we don't have to rent a venue the w/shoo is free although we encourage you to make a donation to Avaaz.org

    March 30, 2014

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