This is how you can get the most out of the Decks.

All the value from the frameworks comes from your application and implementation of what you discover. These are some of the ways you can use the Decks.

The three circles

All Decks can be applied to three layers of influence. All the information you need about the circles is included in each Deck.

The first circle is all about you. The only person you can really control. This is where you should start, always.

The second circle is your inner circle. This could be your organization, your team, or even your family, an entity you can shape.

The third circle is your circle of influence. This is the sphere where you have the power to attract responses - your community.

Using the Decks on your own

All Decks can be used either on your own or in a group setting. When using them on your own they are a great tool for internal reflection. In a workshop they can be a great tool for transformation and clarity.

The Decks are great to use during an ideations session, either solo or during a workshop. They will help you think outside of your normal patterns and spark new perspectives.

The Decks can be used to analyze your own preferences and behaviors. They are also useful for analyzing the same in the people and organizations that you allow to influence you.

The Decks can also be used to determine your boundaries so that you are better equipped to function in group situations where there might be peer pressure that goes against your core values.

The Decks can also be used for problem solving. When something is not working as it should the frameworks helps you approach the problems from a new angle.

The Decks can be used as a part of your regular SWOT analysis. They can help you pin point the underlying factors for your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.

Are you in the process of making plans? If you work with a team the Decks are a great tool to make sure everyone is using the same frame of reference and are working to words the same goal.

When you are reviewing the actions and behaviors of others the Decks are a great tool for understanding them better along with understanding the lenses you use yourself when you judge their actions.

No limits

There are no limits to how the Decks can be used. It is up to you how you want to incorporate them into your workflows. The best way to do it is to simply sit down and apply them to a current problem instead of leaving the Deck to collect dust on your computer.