YOUR STORY: CIRCLES OF INFLUENCE

YOUR STORY: CIRCLES OF INFLUENCE

As the speed of life accelerates, time becomes more and more of an issue. And even though time is our most precious commodity, we often find ourselves immersed in the Circles  Of Influence that surround us and the OUTSIDE stories and “NOISE” from these circles, that are perpetuated by tech, media and consumerism.  INNERTAINMENT believes that YOUR stories, and how you create and develop them, are more important than THEIR stories.  From this perspective, it is necessary to understand how to devote the necessary time and energy into discovering how each person’s individual differences can be recognized and emerge as STORIES that shine a light on your diversity and full human potential. 

 

 

As  we explore the potential of INNERTAINMENT for personal development, we can begin to create a deeper understanding of the messages being perpetuated by technology, media and consumerism, that either align with the science of human development, or create learned limitations and TRADEOFFS  that interfere with our positive path to the future.

 

As the Circles of Influence that surround you become more powerful, your  STORY TEAM  becomes increasingly more important.  It consists of thee distinct elements that create the necessary foundation for the individual and personalized development of YOUR STORY, that resides at the core of your surrounding Circles of Influence. These include the following:

     -Your INNER ACTORS

 

       -Your INNER DIRECTOR

 

      -Your INNER PRODUCER

 

Each of these elements play a significant role in understanding how the BACK STAGE, FRONT STAGE and FUTURE STAGE become the integral developmental keys for YOUR future.

 

I THEATER

 

 

 

SPOTLIGHT:

 

Your STORY depends on the recognition and awareness of how your surrounding Circles of Influence are currently impacting your life and influencing the CHOICES you make on the FRONT STAGE of your I-THEATER.

 

ELEVATION: 

 

What Circle of Influence is currently playing the greatest role in either supporting YOUR STORY or interfering with its development?