→  LESSON THREE 

In this lesson you will learn that your Limbo receives messages from your senses—sight, sound, smell and taste—and it is highly influenced by them. In particular, your Limbo loves bright natural light. The take away message is that there is something truly great about the Great Outdoors and so “Blue and green should often be seen”. Immerse yourself in an uplifting physical environment!

LESSON 3

#BLUEANDGREENSHOULDOFTENBESEEN

L.E.T.S. do it by following the 4 steps!

LESSON 3

#BLUEANDGREENSHOULDOFTENBESEEN

→  LEARN, STEP ONE 

WANT TO LEARN MORE?

Here are some more fun resources relating to this lesson:

This article in Scientific American dives deeper into why Scents affect people’s mood and work performance.

Here is an interesting TED talk titled “Get hooked on nature“.

→  EXPERIENCE, STEP TWO 

One of the best ways to learn is to do. Let me show you how to put the learnings from this lesson into practice. Watch the video or read about it below!

IT’S CHALLENGE BY CHOICE.

Any positive steps you make are steps in the right direction. But if you really want to challenge yourself…

#1.  Each day this week go and play outside! Spend 30 minutes or more in your best available blue and green space while the sun is shining. While you are out there, do something active for an extra special lift!

#2.  Once this week enjoy a sunrise. Really take the time to soak in the beginning of a new day.

→  THINK, STEP THREE 

What’s the Big Idea? Imagine you are in an elevator and you have 30 seconds to explain to someone the Big Idea of this session. What would you say?

How did the challenges go? Did they give you a lift? What worked well and what could be even better next time?

→  SHARE, STEP FOUR 

Here are 3 ways to share your Lift Project Adventure: Talk, Tell, Tag

#1.  Talk about this lesson with others who are also doing The Lift Project, either face-to-face or online, to chat about what you learnt this lesson that is new and helpful to you and how you went with the challenges.

#2.  Tell someone who is not doing The Lift Project something you learnt this lesson that could give them a lift.

#3.  Tag on Instagram your experience of this lesson’s challenges (such as your favourite outdoor environment or a sunrise shot). Use the hashtags: #blueandgreenshouldoftenbeseen; #theliftproject.