Part 4: The Context

“As long as you are the iniator and can control the path through which the outcome must pass, the next step is to place it into the context(s) in which it will happen.”

 Merging Roads

  1. Where do you want this outcome, or behaviour to happen?
  2. When will it happen?
  3. What will be the triggers that you will notice that lets you know when to behave this way?
  4. Who will be there when you do this?
  5. Is there anything else that determine where, when or with whom you do this behaviour?

 

Contextualising allows you the freedom to do other behaviours around other people.

It is not ecological to behave the same way in every situation, and with every person.

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