Introduction
Alignment with Core Principles
Truth of The Matter - Introducing your Bias Blindspot
Getting a Clear Head with Systems
Clarity and Structure from a BUDGET BLUEPRINT
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Good Ritual Structure

A good ritual has meaning and is easy enough to follow regardless of your emotional or mental state.

A ritual is a intentional & powerful process of edifying the story you want about a given topic, rather than whatever story you may have about it or the story that’s been given to you by default.

It leverages the peak-end effect by providing a meaningful and intentional peak and leaves you with realistic actions to take, and by using the ritual you’re statistically offsetting the baked-in negativity bias. Committing to the actions becomes connected to the peak of the experience, and performing the actions edifies the validity of it.

A well-designed ritual will intentionally bring about chosen risky emotions or situations in a way that doesn’t feel risky, allow an opportunity to change the story around those experiences, and provide an opportunity to edify them.

Here are the basic components – in order – of a solid ritual:

  1. Check In / Gratitude
  2. Triage / Clearing
  3. Alignment / Meaning
  4. Inventory / Processing
  5. Commit / Actionable Next Steps