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  • When I bought the Lifeline Exercise Bike 102 a couple of years ago, it was primarily for two reasons. First reason was that it sounded easier to sit on an exercise bike and pedal rather than running outside or even on a treadmill. I never really was fat but had started to accumulate some fat around my waist that I so much hated. Idea was to do some light working out in order to get rid of that fat, wasn’t really thinking about a six pack abs or anything. So the idea of an exercise bike sounded lucrative. After doing a lot of research, I settled on the Lifeline exercise bike 102 mostly because it was cheap. Having never used an exercise bike before, I had no idea how it was going to be, or how long I was going to continue working out, so rather than investing a lot of money I first decided to buy a product that wasn’t going to cost me too much. Back then, I bought this bike for about Rs. 3500 and price is still around this figure. This was a couple of years ago post which I got a little serious about working out, joined a gym and went into the whole bodybuilding mode. Since then, I have used two more exercise bikes that better suited my needs but Lifeline 102 was the first exercise equipment that I bought.

    Our own experience of coping with major life and career events is equally important. You have made changes before and will again. The Lifeline exercise can help you reflect on your past changes and defining moments. Which succeeded, which do you regret and why? When did you recover and how did you feel? This can help you focus your inner strength and commitment for the decisions you face now.

  • However, in terms of the Lifeline exercise, we do think that it is possible to identify decisions that you have taken that, in retrospect, you feel were not the best ones. These are decisions where, even though you can see that some good things have emerged from them, you have a sense that a different decision at that point in your life would probably have been a better option. It is these sorts of questions that we would like you to identify in question 7”

    “Careers supporters have used the Lifeline exercise in workshops (with both consultants and trainees), we have often heard the comment that there is no such thing as an entirely ‘bad’ decision, as good elements can emerge even from decisions that didn’t turn out at all smoothly. We would both entirely agree with this, and have examples from our own personal career histories that illustrate the point. Moreover, in our professional practice we often hear clients describe career decisions that they regret taking, but which they do realise also allowed them to develop certain useful skills.

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  • A key task in managing transitions is to value yourself - your past achievements and the contributions you have already made to your constituents, party and the nation. These can be forgotten in a period of inner turmoil. The Lifeline exercise can help. Valuing your unique skills and achievements may make it easier to let go hopes or beliefs which are no longer viable, and to accept and adapt to the new reality.

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“Careers supporters have used the Lifeline exercise in workshops (with both consultants and trainees), we have often heard the comment that there is no such thing as an entirely ‘bad’ decision, as good elements can emerge even from decisions that didn’t turn out at all smoothly. We would both entirely agree with this, and have examples from our own personal career histories that illustrate the point. Moreover, in our professional practice we often hear clients describe career decisions that they regret taking, but which they do realise also allowed them to develop certain useful skills.