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The answer is yes! In fact, we will be re-doing the video in Module 4.5 that walks through the motivational flow worksheet to further clarify this.
So here is how the thinking goes: Tonya’s stories show that she tends to get involved when the challenge to overcome something is in front of her. That is going to get her attention and trigger her involvement. Whatever she chooses to overcome, will absolutely be a part of her outcome motivation-Let me give an example. Let’s say someone told her she could not hit a sales target next quarter and earn a bonus. She says “Oh yeah, watch this.” At the end of the 90-Day sprint, she hits it, and let’s imagine her “outcome” is Achieve Potential. When she sits down with her spouse for a celebration dinner, she might say “Honey, I did it! I overcame the sales challenge. I’m so satisfied that I achieved my potential and showed everyone what is possible.”
Hope this helps Kevin; we’ll do more training on Flow to get folks more fluent.