The SPARR Method

The idea behind the SPARR method is to be able to analyze when you do things right and when you do things wrong. You could also use it to analyze other people’s mistakes. When you can learn from yours and others’ experience, then you can make truly big leaps in the building power.

To use the SPARR Method, follow the following acronym:

Situation or Problem – describe a situation or problem you had to go through
Action – describe what action you took to manage the situation or solve the problem
Result – describe what was the result of your action
Reflection – describe which law of power you followed or violated with your action

As you reflect on the situation and your action, you’ll be able to see what things you did right as well as mistakes you may have made. Using this information, you’ll know in the future what works and what doesn’t and how to act differently.

The more often you do this, the better you’ll be able to see a pattern. For example, if you find that you have a lot of entries in which you violate a certain law of power, then you know that following that law is a weakness of yours.

Click here to download an already-made template for the SPARR method.