- Producer28/06/2017The odds and ends.Sometimes the whole process of creation and innovation depends on using the so-called by-products– the odds and ends.The by-products are something apart from the main article or effort of creation.The brick-a-brac. The odds and ends have...
- Producer13/06/2017As you think, so it becomes.We build our future, thought by thought, For good or ill we know it not. Yet so the universe was wrought. Thought is another name for fate; Choose then thy destiny and wait, For love brings love, and hate brings hateHenry...
Comments14/06/2017 #4 Louise SmithGreat childhood story Thomson. Such innocence ! But a great learning experience.
"What the sub conscious mind holds within and believes to be true will take its equivalent form in the physical world."
This is the underpinning tenet of Hypnosis. It's sometimes a faster way to get along.
I used to have to write a lot of separate papers in a small time frame 4 times a year. Different every time.
So I would start thinking about it for a week - 1 month before they were due.
After that the ideas would percolate in my subconscious and come to me in time.
I never submitted a late paper which was fortunate as that was not an option.
For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so Hamlet
This is good for explaining CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) quickly.
- Producer01/11/2016In search of mastery.To become a master at your art, your profession, or your business is a level we all aspire to, but there’s more to mastery than putting in your 10,000 hours.Are you a master? Are you on the path to mastery in whatever is your calling? More and more...
- Producer21/06/2016Are you a strategic thinker?Strategic thinking is a skill that can’t be taught– it’s a natural inclination you’re born with. Are you a strategic thinker? I spend most of my time consulting with clients on strategy–helping them to see useful patterns where everyone else ...
Comments12/07/2016 #9 Lacey WoffordAs a strategic thinker, I would argue with @Thomson Dawson's point that we don't always see our gifts. I've known for years that my brain works very strategically and I've used it to my advantage countless times. I will say that I believe strategic thinkers have it easier when it comes to building a business because, as Dawson stated, we cut through the bull and don't worry about the insignificant, extraneous details. This makes life more relaxing and enjoyable while we continue our quest for productivity.12/07/2016 #8 Joaquim VivesSo @Thomson Dawson, do you think that "intuitive" individuals are closer to become a strategic thinker? I don't think we are losing strategic thinkers but the processes today (in any field) are trying to avoid intuition, they try to parameter any situation... This is killing intuition and creativity inside big systems (not individualy) and then, for me, we are doing something wrong...12/07/2016 #7 Joel AndersonNicely done with great insights. Awhile back I took a StrengthsFinder assessment. My top 5: Strategic, Ideation, Achiever, Command, Learner. Was helpful in understanding some of my quirkiness. Not sure if it articulated whether or not I am a strategic thinker but was a good drill to gain some insight into what makes me tick. Thanks. much for a great article. All the best on your journey.21/06/2016 #3 Anees Zaidi@Thomson Dawson This is an excellent read. I got hooked to 'know your why'. I invite you to see my perspective on 'know your why' in my recent blog 'That Noble Soul' - https://www.bebee.com/producer/@anees-zaidi/that-noble-soul. Let me have your esteemed thoughts.