TOP 10 PREPCITO QUESTIONS
- What am I avoiding or resisting right now?
- What’s the most important decision I’m facing?
- What am I least satisfied with right now?
- What is my biggest risk? My biggest fear?
- What do I wish I had more time to do?
- Where are my company’s weaknesses?
- What relationships am I not feeling good about?
- What possibility am I not pursuing?
- What plans am I counting on being successful?
- Where am I uncertain?
WHAT MAKES A GOOD ISSUE?
What makes a good issue for a Netcito group is any issue, opportunity, plan that is meaningful, strategic, important, and/or with high stakes. It can be personal, it can be professional or business, it can be from any area of life or business. While Netcito is primarily an organization where entrepreneurs can enhance their leadership and improve their businesses, we also embrace the fact that entrepreneurs are also human. Thus Netcito works at any place in which a member is stuck or distracted or hurt so that they can move through that to lead their businesses to success.
A member struggling to bring high priority issues to their group should 1) consider the questions above 2) question if they are allowing themselves to be vulnerable enough with the group 3) consider making the group or some aspect of the group the subject of the issue. Anyone not consistently getting value from their Netcito group should bring that as an issue to the group.
THE THREE FORMS AN ISSUE CAN TAKE
For Netcito purposes, an issue can take one of three forms, a Challenge, an Opportunity, a Plan. A Challenge is situation in which there is conflict, missing information, uncertainty or “stuckness”. The inherent question in an issue is “How do I decide what to do?”. The Netcito process is intended to help the member come up with their own best answer to this question. An Opportunity is a situation in which the possibilities are unknown are wanting to be explored. The inherent question in an opportunity is “What’s possible here?”. A Plan is the presentation of a decision that’s been made and the roll out of that decision. The inherent question in a Plan is “What didn’t I consider that I should?”.
A member doesn’t have to be having a problem in order to get great value from their Netcito group. They can use the Netcito brain trust to advise them on what’s possible or what’s to be considered.