The AKBI (Emeel Principals) is a vital tool to tackle various types of weight - mental or physical. Rather than avoiding problems, the AKBI encourages individuals to embrace challenges as opportunities for growth and improvement.
The method involves identifying the weight, whether it's a habit or a current situation, and then asking specific questions to help update it. For example, to update a mental weight such as an idea or conversation, individuals should ask questions such as "What am I doing right now?"
The AKBI can be used to improve joint balance, breathing, accents, etc. To access the AKBI as a PDF, click to download.
Time boxing helps individuals and teams get closer to their desired outcomes and goals by providing structure and clarity around their work. It helps prioritize tasks, align efforts with objectives, and create a sense of urgency to achieve results.
This in turn can lead to better focus, improved decision-making, and increased motivation to reach one's purpose and achieve the desired outcomes.
By breaking down large projects into smaller, manageable tasks, and then allocating specific amounts of time to each one, time boxing makes it easier to track progress, identify areas for improvement, and ultimately get closer to reaching one's desired outcomes and fulfilling one's purpose. To access the Timebox as a PDF, click to download.