This article below is By Brian P Lewis and appears at EzineArticles.com
Its a perspective on teaching that occurred to me in the opposite way:
when I teach I learn.
It is the change in position and perspective from which you listen, see, smell, taste, touch and discuss with yourself.
- For starters the words flow out from you to external listeners and not inside to yourself.
- Your tonality is probably different and you need to emphasise differently so that you talk into someone else’s listening.
- Your body posture is active or different when you talk externally and your awareness is on both internal and external elements – Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic, Olfactory and even Gustatory
All in in all your senses are more actively engaged and the reality you experience is that much bigger. Therefore the experience richer!
As I have heard so many times, from Paul McKenna and many others in the NLP fraternity: “Bigger, Brighter, Bolder”
Have a Big, Bright and Bold day and see, hear, smell, taste and touch what you learn, because you did
“I decided to give him a second chance, but the second chance didn’t work”
~ David Cameron
I expect that the voting public understand that implicitly since most PMs seem to stay longer than one term
From Vicki Wusche’s Facebook page
An old man once said:
“There comes a time in your life, when you walk away from all the drama and the people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh. Forget the bad and focus on the good. Love the people who treat you right, pray for the ones who don’t. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is a part of life, getting back up is living.”
~ Re-post if you agree
These little gems always come when we need them. Notice that is true.
At the recent National Achievers’ Congress, in London, Anthony Robbins talked about how he distanced himself from negativity and negative people.
So, I guess, what he is alluding to is wisdom.
Wisdom comes with experience: “falling down”
Experience comes with age: “the time in your life”
For me the objective has to be:
How soon can we get wise?
Life is just amazing! Out of the grey clouds comes the bluest brightest sky I’ve ever seen, and there are only songs in my heart right now
Come and celebrate life!
~ Billy Yan Pound
It is not how we feel it is how we BE that creates how we feel.
Anthony Robbins tell how motion drives our eMOTION and Landmark Education tell how satisfACTION requires action
BEing in action (motion) , like my friend Billy Yan Pound, creates the emotion that he enjoys and redistributes to the world.
Be out there and enjoy!
I was asked a question in Quora the other day – I know not why:
Why do people park right next to other cars in a parking lot when there are many other open spots available? Is it pure laziness, disrespect for proximity, a desire to be near other people, or something else?
Because their conscious thinking is limited at the time, which means their ability to respond is limited and therefore they are irrespons-Able
and then I was asked to elaborate, which I duly did.
This was a good conversation point and helped me to think through another aspect of understanding others:
- The conscious mind can only process between 5 and 9 things before confusion or stress sets in. At that stage people can go into auto pilot and stop thinking
- All skills are unconsciousness.
- In an unconscious state measures can distort or even disappear:
e.g. time disappears
e.g. functionality is impaired
- When people are parking at supermarkets their thinking is not on parking, they are usually future pacing what they need to do in the shop and possible what they need to do after
They are not functioning in the present, they are already functioning mentally in the future.
- Whilst this is going on they may also be dealing with the kids, whilst dealing with x, whilst dealing with y, whilst dealing with z
– the 5-9 conscious slots fill up and thinking becomes impaired and unconscious states can kick in.
- Parking in this context becomes an unconscious (non thinking ) activity and so the unconscious herding (Survival/Safe) instinct may kick in.
So they unthinkingly park with the other cars even if there is loads of space elsewhere
So this scenario isn’t just about parking. It can relate to any scenario where someone is not present to what they are doing because they conscious slots available to them have been filled up
Why is this useful?
Because when someone is not functioning consciously they enter an altered state, usually trance. A state when it is easier to make suggestions into their unconscious and in my line of business those would be beneficial suggestions to a client …
“Screw it Just Do it”
~ Richard Branson
4th July, 2011
I had the privilege on Monday 4th July of hearing Richard Branson speak at the National Achievers’ Congress, in London.
The last question from the floor was “What one thing would you advise people who are starting out in Business?”
image from Amazon.co.uk
Today US Citizens celebrate Independence day.
To my US friends : Enjoy!