Inse was a typical 9-year-old boy who enjoyed playing video games and hanging out with his friends. However, when it came to school, he struggled with being organized and keeping track of his assignments. His backpack was always a mess, and he often forgot to bring important papers home for his parents to sign. Inse’s parents tried to help him stay organized, but nothing seemed to work.
One day, Inse’s older sister, Curity, noticed how stressed out he was about school. She asked him what was wrong, and Inse admitted that he felt overwhelmed and unsure of how to keep up with everything. Curity smiled and told him about the five transformations.
“First, you need to ignore the voice of insecurity telling you that you can’t do it,” Curity said. “Then, you can use that voice as inspiration to find ways to stay organized. Next, listen to the voice of security and believe that you can do it. Take action by making a plan and sticking to it. Finally, befriend both voices and learn to live with the ups and downs of life.”
Inse wasn’t sure if he understood everything, but he was willing to give it a try. He started by cleaning out his backpack and organizing all of his school supplies. Curity helped him make a list of his assignments and important dates, and they hung it up on his wall so he could see it every day.
At first, it was difficult for Inse to stay on top of things, but he reminded himself to listen to the voice of security telling him that he could do it. He made a habit of checking his list every day and completing his assignments on time. When he started feeling overwhelmed, he used the voice of insecurity as inspiration to come up with new strategies to stay organized.
As the days went by, Inse started feeling more confident and in control. He even began to enjoy school more because he wasn’t always worried about forgetting something. His parents and teachers noticed a change in him too, and they were proud of how responsible he was becoming.
One day, Inse’s class was assigned a group project. Inse was excited to work with his friends, but he knew that he needed to be organized to contribute to the project. He remembered the five transformations and used them to create a plan for his part of the project. He even shared the five transformations with his friends, and they all worked together to complete the project successfully.
At the end of the project, Inse’s teacher complimented him on his organization skills and how well he worked with his group. Inse felt proud of himself and grateful for his sister’s advice. He knew that he still had a lot to learn, but he was excited to continue using the five transformations to face any challenges that came his way.
As Inse and Curity walked home from school that day, Inse turned to her and said, “Thanks for teaching me about the five transformations. It really helped me stay on top of things.”
Curity smiled and replied, “No problem, little brother. You know I’m always here to help you.”
From that day on, Inse continued to use the five transformations to tackle new challenges and stay organized. He knew that he still had a lot to learn, but he was excited to see where his newfound confidence would take him.