LD4 leading & Teaching Process
LD4 leading & Teaching Process
PARADIGM SHIFT: They recognise discipline is THE foundational Critical Success Factor for EVERY area of their life and the high price anyone will pay for not investing in our own
They understand discipline is the necessary tool to solve their problems and have the courage to face painful situations or challenges at higher and higher levels
Q: Why do we run away from our problems in life and what are the natural consequences of this?
Q: Is there such a thing as a life without problems and challenges? What would that be like?
Q: What would having the necessary courage and strength to face and overcome our most challenging / painful problems do for our quality of life?
Q: How could developing high levels of discipline help make our lives far less painful and more fulfilling?
They agree there is an imperative need for more discipline in their life:
For them to optimise any career, business, relationship or project
Q: What does optimising your life, career and relationships mean for you personally?
Q: Can you imagine being able to optimise your life using your current levels of discipline?
To avoid potentially very painful or costly consequences of ill discipline
Q: What kinds of pain and problems could being a highly disciplined person help you to overcome or avoid?
In order to become a force for change in the world
Q: How could high levels of discipline enable you to help others and make more of a difference to causes you care about?
Q: How much is a general lack of discipline in the world a cause of major global problems and preventing them from being solved?
Q: Why do people with good intentions for change rarely succeed in light of discipline?
To be able to significantly differentiate themselves in any arena
Q: How would better discipline help you to stand-out and differentiate yourself in the areas of life your really care about?
To be able to gain any respect and access to people and influence at the higher levels of achievement
Q: How important would developing a highly effective level of discipline be in order to gain access to more influential circles and networks that could benefit you?
Q: In light of that, how important do you feel it is for you to develop higher and higher levels of discipline and why?
Q: How many people work really hard but aren't as happy or successful as they want to be? Why is that?
They feel and recognise the consequences of not developing their discipline
Q: What do you feel the natural outcome will be if you don't make a significant change in this area? Where will you likely be in a year - 5 years?
Q: How will an ongoing low-level of discipline specifically affect you in terms of:
Your confidence and self-esteem?
Your ability to create and build value, wealth and affluence around you?
Your professional progress and success?
Your ability to develop good quality and lasting relationships and networks?
PARADIGM SHIFT: They see the importance of Investing in their potential
They see mastering discipline as an investment that once made will last and payback for their entire lifetime
Q: What is developing a high level of discipline worth to you in terms of time, money and effort across your entire lifetime?
Q: What kind of a return on investment could that be and is there anything else would compare to that in life?
They see that the level of value they place on developing their discipline is a measure of value they place in themselves, their lives and being able to serve others.
Q: Why do you feel more people don't invest in their discipline?
Q: What does such an investment in ourselves represent and what message does it send to our psyche?
PARADIGM SHIFT: They recognise that true Discipline is interdependent
They recognise how much they would benefit from being surrounded by and part of a community of others also committed to mastering discipline here at LIG
Q: How much does a generally pervading low-level of discipline in society and the people we are surrounded by limit our own development?
Q: How much would it revolutionise someone's progress in life to be part of an increasingly disciplined and committed community of people?
They recognise the essential need for external accountability and support to viably improve their discipline
Q: Why is discipline so hard for people to develop on their own?
Q: How much accountability and guidance have you had in this area and what difference could having that make?
PARADIGM SHIFT: They trust us to be able to help and support them in the ways they need ongoing
They are open and hungry to learn with our help how to begin mastering their discipline
Q: What do you feel you want to do / need to do in light of the things we've discussed?
Q: What kind of solutions would help you develop and take your discipline to revolutionary new levels?
Q: What kind of help would you ideally want / need in terms of group and one-to-one support?
Q: If you committed a year of your life to investing in and significantly developing your discipline what would you want to get from that and what would it be worth to you?
Q: On a scale of 1-10, how much has the importance and desire you place on developing your discipline changed over the course of our discussion?
Q: Would you value learning about the details of our year long selective discipline program LD4?
PARADIGM SHIFT: They realise they don’t have the discipline they need RELATIVE to their aspirations and realising their potential in life
They recognise their current understanding and application of discipline is very limited
Q: What does discipline mean to you personally?
Q: What do you think that most people's understanding of discipline is? How do they feel about it in general?
Q: What do think the 4 pillars of discipline are and why?
Q: Have you ever considered how discipline can help you to love the things you know you need to do but currently hate doing?
They openly admit they don’t have the discipline required to build the life they ideally want
Q: How would increasing your current levels of discipline change your life and outcomes in a positive way?
Q: How much do you think your lack of discipline has played a part in limiting your progress and achievements so far?
Q: How much more discipline do you estimate you need to realise your ideal situations in life?
They agree they would need some external help to become more disciplined / they can’t do it alone
Q: What do you think has prevented you from developing the discipline you need so far?
Q: What would make a substantial positive change to that and what help do you feel you need?
Q: How many positive and upbuilding people do you have around you committed to building their understanding and application of discipline?
Q: What difference could being part of a discipline network and community make to your development and progress?
PARADIGM SHIFT: They realise the importance of discipline in relation to their aspirations & realising their potential
They have clear goals and a desire to optimise themselves / become a benefactor - OR want to develop them
Q: If you had all the money in the world what would you do differently with your time?
Q: How clear are you about your direction and goals in life and how would you like to improve or build on this?
Q: What would you ideally want to achieve in the next 5-10 years and why?
They have invested in themselves or are willing and open to doing so
Q: How important do you feel it is for someone who wants to optimise their life to invest in their ongoing growth and development and why?
Q: What kinds of investment would that require?
They agree discipline is a critical factor in their success or failure
Q: How many people do you think on average regularly set and achieve meaningful goals for themselves?
Q: What one thing do you think prevents most people from making consistent and effective progress towards meaningful goals?
Q: How would having total discipline help you or make a difference to your ability to excel and achieve the things you want to?