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They show us that this journey of discovery can help us find fulfillment in surprising new places. No old rules, no outdated societal norms, no boundaries of convention or expectation. Let Life Reimagined help you discover your new life possibilities! About The Author. Richard J.
Leider is the founder and chairman of the Inventure Group. Alan M. Webber is the cofounding editor of Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart. Age of the child I gave this to:. Hours of Play:.
Tell Us Where You Are:. Preview Your Review. The whole of society has a stake in this story—in the new choices it offers, the new possibilities it opens up. Just as the old story gradually assembled a system to support it, this new story will also rearrange and re-create all the components of how we live our lives.
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As a result of Life Reimagined, we will find ourselves, at one end of the spectrum, engaged in deep and wide-reaching policy debates touching health care, Social Security, employment and unemployment, housing, technology, and more. And at the other end of the spectrum, we will discover and pioneer new offerings and entrepreneurial solutions that touch the lives of millions of individuals with tools and techniques that transform the choices available to each of us and the pathways open to us to explore.
This new story shapes a new reality, for all generations to come. It is reshaping the architecture of society and forming one of the most significant social movements of our time. The best way to understand the new story is to reimagine your life in the form of a spiral, a tornado-shaped figure that starts out at the bottom and winds its way upward through a series of expanding loops toward the top. Imagine this drawing as if it were a close-up of the journey of your life, a series of twists and turns, choices and challenges from birth to death. When you're on a flatter part of the spiral, your life is on a plateau.
At those moments, things seem like they're under control. You have good work, good health, enough money, a solid base at home, a network of friends and colleagues with whom to share your life. At times like these, you may actually feel like you do have this whole thing figured out!
Or at least you're satisfied with the way things are.
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But then, inevitably, a trigger knocks you off the plateau; you leave the flat area and take a turn into a new zone, limbo. Another word for a trigger is a wake-up call—a conscious choice or an external event that disrupts the comfortable status quo of our lives. It's a moment when the game changes, and we have to adapt to the new game. Are you in a new relationship?
It's exciting, and the emotion is enough to knock you off your plateau! Are you launching your new startup? The challenge is enough to fill you with energy—and also to keep you up at night with exciting questions and tough challenges! Are you going back to school? Your calendar is now jam-packed, filled with classes to attend and homework to complete! When you think about these positive triggers, they manifest the Life Reimagined mindset: you're exercising choice, demonstrating curiosity, and acting with courage. Do you know someone you care about who has just heard from a doctor with an uncertain medical diagnosis?
You're suddenly frozen with fear, your emotional life clouded with concern.
Do you know people who have lost their jobs after decades of stability? They don't know which way to turn or where to start, and you share that anxiety with them, wanting to help but not knowing how. Do you know someone who has been caught by surprise by an unexpected divorce? All of a sudden the stability of a long-term relationship has been replaced by the unfamiliar, unwelcome experience of learning how to live alone for the first time in a long time.
These are the moments when we feel like our lives are out of control. These are the moments when we say, or hear someone else say, "This isn't what I was expecting. Uncertainty and powerlessness dominate the situation. It feels like our lives are happening to us. There are also triggers that are small and subtle, signals that add up to suggest that our lives are undergoing gradual, cumulative, and perhaps inevitable change.
Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities (Paperback)
There are triggers that live in the gray areas of life. In some of these cases, we get to choose whether we want to accept living in the gray area or to respond to the discomfort of ambiguity and act decisively. For example, there's a whole category of people today who are "the working worried. What worries them is that someone else will make the decision for them. They're working—and they're worried.
The same ambiguity applies to relationships. Not all relationships exist in the sharp dichotomy of good or bad, happy or unhappy. Many are simply in a rut. These relationship ruts aren't so bad that a breakup is inevitable, but they're not so good that they feel completely satisfying. Relationship ruts prompt the question, "Is good enough really as good as it gets? They show us that this journey of discovery can help us find fulfillment in surprising new places. No old rules, no outdated societal norms, no boundaries of convention or expectation.
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