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- Performance profile: to discover what needs work.
- Performance factors: to discover what needs work for those who can’t think of anything.
- Circles of control & influence: to discover what we can work on.
- When you have too many goals, use the One Thing.
- A basic goal ladder, a performance goal ladder, and a process goals worksheet.
- A goal breakdown from far-reaching, global goals to specific, current, performance goals, and a monitoring sheet for them.
- Self-reflection: a broader perspective, discovering what one’s deepest goals are.
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- Number grids (100, 200) for concentration exercises (get new sets here).
- Sport psych film database: A comprehensive, incomplete database of films with IMDB/Rotten Tomatoes ratings so you don’t waste time watching a movie unless it’s really pertinent to your situation (mostly taken from here). Red check marks show the main theme, and the stars show my own rating of movies I’ve reviewed.
- Kokology scripts.
- Free Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test.
- Snakes & Ladders for conversation circles.
- Sporcle, my favourite quiz site. I’ve played with making my own but haven’t gotten it polished just yet.