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If Life Is A Game, These Are The Rules Card Deck

(3 customer reviews)

$30.00

Based on the book of the same name, this deck of 100 cards will serve as inspirational stepping-stones on your road to emotional, physical, and spiritual growth. Post these beautifully illustrated cards in your home, your office, in your car – anywhere where you could use a reminder that your level of success and personal wellbeing is up to you!

When Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott's 10 Rules for Being Human first surfaced, they became an office phenomenon, passed from cubicle to cubicle around the country. When the rules were later featured in Chicken Soup for the Soul, they instantly became a favorite section of that wildly successful book. This deck of 100 cards will serve as inspirational stepping-stones on your road to emotional, physical, and spiritual growth. Post these beautifully illustrated cards in your home, your office, in your car - anywhere where you could use a reminder that your level of success and personal wellbeing is up to you!

Instructions guide included. 

Additional information

Weight14.4 lbs
Dimensions4.25 × 2.25 × 4.25 in

3 reviews for If Life Is A Game, These Are The Rules Card Deck

  1. Dave Emerald

    Awesome deck of inspirational cards!
    I have not yet read the book, but I have been using these cards and they ROCK.
    I have been using them in conjunction with my daily oracle card reading. First I start by saying a prayer then proceed to shuffle the deck and end by selecting two random cards without looking. Those two cards will help me most that day: they ALWAYS DO!

    Easy, clear messages will deliver the best results.
    Uplifting, simple & accurate.

  2. Guillermo Alejandre Alba

    I think the coaching cards can be a great conversation starter: normally, the questions that come to mind when we’ve used them are “what does this concept mean to me?” and “how does that definition make me feel?”, which can immediately open the door for a rich conversation about values

    I could see them being used in a more improvised and personal version (not involving perceived/desired values of the company where the person is working from)of the Personal Values Assessment (PVA) from Barrett. It can open doors towards questions around how a coachee lives her/his values, if there are any unmet needs under those values, and what is the impact of those values in their lives/communities

    Coaches could use it for a session around values like the one I described above; coaches may use it to “self coach” and keep themselves on check around how they are living their values in the moment.

  3. Peggy Zeng

    Why you like the coaching cards

    • Adds variety and more learning styles to evoke coachee’s awareness (Visual, Key value words besides asking questions)
    • Quick access to values and inner subconscious wisdom
    • Fun to interact and be amazed by accurate it is (Go beyond their logic and analytic mind)

    How you use them As a coach,

    • In a group setting: Set the intention – Ice breaker (“What does the card try to tell you how to engage with today’s session? 1 card each)
    • Share and build deep connection (“What question do you have in mind before drawing cards?” “What is your inspiration from the cards?” 3 cards each)
    • Share and build deep connection (“What question do you have in mind before drawing cards?” “What is your inspiration from the cards?” 3 cards each)
    • Clarify “being” state and next step actions (“What is the best state if you want to proceed with your action” 3 cards each and ask them to put them in order to articulate)

    In the individual setting

    • Act as a question (“What can be your breakthrough inspiration to move you further” 1 card when coachee are in the merry go around loop)
    • Visual self-interpretation (1 card in the beginning, “what do you see from the visual”, with same card at the end, “what do you see from the visual after our coaching)

    As a person,

    • Inspiration when I want to know what I want (Normally I draw 3 cards)
    • Deep sharing between my husband and I (Have a question in mind, draw 3 cards each, share)
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