Help people achieve a good life
The exercise can be used in conversations with people of all ages.
- Lay out a set of Pocket cards on the table in front of the person – child or adult.
- Ask the person to choose three picture cards that say something about how he/she is feeling right now.
- Then ask the person to choose three pictures that say something about what a good life would be like for him/her. Let the person talk freely. You may ask questions to his/her story.
- Then you ask the person to find three pictures that say something about what it takes in order for the him/her to have a good life. Ask what the person him-/herself, you and others can do to help. Continue the conversation until the person has got a good grip of what she/he will need in order to thrive.
- You may summarise by formulating a short statement to each of the last three pictures.
- Agree to meet later to follow up.
- By means of the pictures on his/her phone, the person can continue the conversation with his/her parents, partner or a trusted friend.
- When you meet again, ask the person to choose a picture card that says something about what progress has been made since your first conversation.
- Look at the three pictures on the mobile. And have the person choose and add new picture cards in order to keep moving forward towards the good life he /she is dreaming of.
- Arrange to meet again if necessary.
Let participants take pictures of significant cards to help them remember important decisions or conclusions from a Dialoogle session.
840 picture cards
7 pcs. Magnum Set (19x19 cm)
7 pcs. Pocket Set (9x9 cm)
21 exercises in a eBook (PDF)
120 picture cards
1 pcs. Magnum Set (19x19 cm)
1 pcs. Pocket Set (9x9 cm)
21 exercises in an eBook (PDF)
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