Comments14/01/2017 #1 Jared 🐝 WieseTony Robbins wrote in Awaken the Giant Within, "Quality questions create a quality life. They direct our mental focus and therefore determine how we think and feel. The difference in the quality of people’s lives often comes down to the difference in the questions they consistently ask themselves. The key is to develop a pattern of questions that empower you."
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Comments13/01/2017 #6 Preston Vander Ven#5 I believe so. I remember reading in a blog a long time ago. It become very useful, that I had to adopt this way of thinking into my daily thinking. I agree with you. Unless we have our why, or vision, we will never have our Important category, just the Urgent.13/01/2017 #5 Jared 🐝 Wiese#4 Ahh, Urgent vs Important. Now you are in Stephen Covey territory, right @Harvey Lloyd?! His 4 quadrants shaped my professional time management. Sometimes we need to even forgo the urgent, if there is something more important ;)
As you get into Robbins, you may find he came up with a time mgmt system, OPA or RPM. Outcome, Purpose, Action... and Rapid Planning Method which also stands for Result, Purpose, massive Action! The key is the WHY in both - hence, the important ;)13/01/2017 #4 Preston Vander Ven#3 I have only read two of his books so far, yet I have listen to him speak on YouTube numerous times. I love the quote you shared.
Time management is a skill that I feel that can never be mastered, just built upon and strengthened. Technology changes so fast in how we can use are time, and we just have to decide how to utilize this asset of time in our life. Is a task at hand Important or Urgent. If it is neither, scratch it from your list. If the task is both, it deserves all your attention at that mention. The hardest part is now deciding what in your life is Important and what is Urgent.
For example, time with my wife and playing with my children is important. This is time I will never had again. I may also have an important e-mail. Yet, that goes into an urgent category. This is also have we have technology to help us. For example, my auto-responder can deal with this urgent task.13/01/2017 #3 Jared 🐝 Wiese#2 That's a great one that I don't remember reading/hearing! (I do remember many ;)
How about this related one "Once you have mastered time, you will understand how true it is that most people overestimate what they can accomplish in a year - and underestimate what they can achieve in a decade! -Tony Robbins"13/01/2017 #2 Preston Vander Ven#1 I love one of Tony Robbin's challenges. He said, "Honestly asked yourself this, am I going to like where I will be 5 years from now if I don't change what I am doing today? How about 10 years or 20?" He later added, "If your answer is Yes, then your on the right track. If your answer is NO, then you need to adjust your strategy".12/01/2017 #1 Jared 🐝 WieseHi Preston,
Thanks for sharing this. Gotta love Tony and his inspiring quotes ;)
They do indeed help keep you on track, when thought about daily. I love them all, but a recent fav is quality questions. I ask them throughout the day and it is amazing how they get your mind for come up with an answer.
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Comments09/12/2016 #6 Renée 🐝 Cormier#5 Thanks, @Jared 🐝 Wiese. I recycled this post from a blog I wrote several years ago. I remember your post about the questions. It was very good. I like the concept of asking empowering questions versus dis-empowering questions. When your head is in a funk, you will tend to ask yourself dis-empowering questions. Re-framing the way to ask questions will help you change your thinking about a lot of things. I appreciate your sharing and commenting. Thanks again.09/12/2016 #5 Jared 🐝 WieseWow, Renee, have you sparked something in me today. THANK YOU! What a great, motivating article!!
Right away, on the questions topic, a thought popped into my head: "Quality questions create a quality life."
As I was reading it, I kept thinking more - MAN! I need to write about this! Then I remembered I had!...
"Tony Robbins also said:
Quality questions create a quality life. They direct our mental focus and therefore determine how we think and feel.
The difference in the quality of people’s lives often comes down to the difference in the questions they consistently ask themselves. If you ask a disempowering question (i.e. “Why does this always happen to me?”), your mental computer will look for an answer, even if it has to make something up! It might come up with “Because you’re stupid” or “Because you don’t deserve to do well anyway.”
On the flip side, if you ask an empowering question, such as “How can I take this experience and use it to contribute to others?” your brain will look for answers to this question and often come up with an answer that not only makes you feel better, but that can help others as well.
The key is to develop a pattern of questions that empower you."
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Comments27/11/2016 #103 Jared 🐝 Wiese#102 Love it! HA... here we go....
Your acceptance comment reminds me of M. Scott Peck's Road Less Travelled (which I imagine you've read ;)
The first 2 paragraphs speak to acceptance (CAPS are mine):
"Life is difficult.
This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths. It is a great truth because once we truly see this truth, we transcend it. Once we truly know that life is difficult - once we truly understand and ACCEPT it - then life is no longer difficult. Because once it is accepted, the fact that life is difficult no longer matters."
The paradox, duality, good/bad, negative emotions (suffering) topics also remind me of Dan Millman's The Life You Were Born to Live. From the chapter, The Law of Perfection:
"From a transcendental perspective, everyone and everything is unconditionally perfect; from a conventional viewpoint, perfection doesn't exist" -J. Krishnamurti
"The Law of Perfection presents a paradox because it contains two apparently opposite truths, which operate at different levels of experience.
From a conventional view, this world is a place of suffering: crime in the streets, the hungry, the homeless, the oppressed. Even without the daily news, in our own lives, when we get what we don't want, we suffer; when we don't get what we do want, we also suffer; and even when we get exactly what we want, nothing lasts in this realm.
From a transcendental perspective - seeing ourselves and this world with all its difficulties from the all-encompassing wisdom and patience and love and understanding that comes when our hearts are open - then all of it, the joys and sorrows, the suffering and pleasure, and everything going on in this moment on planet Earth, is absolutely, completely perfect in terms of a great process of evolution."27/11/2016 #102 Sara Jacobovici#101 No rambling here @Jared Wiese but your perspective and insights. Thanks for sharing. When you write, "Until we reach a threshold, we probably will not really change the circumstances that got us, stung.", it reminds me of Carl Rogers quote, "The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change."27/11/2016 #101 Jared 🐝 Wiese#84 yes, Sara. Thank you for the insightful reply! More good perspectives.
My simile also speaks to tolerance. Many people can tolerate 1 sting. Some cannot. Until we reach a threshold, we probably will not really change the circumstances that got us, stung.
I am thinking of the more current definition of tolerance. To me, it then gets into how much pain we take before changing. This ties to negative emotions and your discussion point.
- Am I "really mad/sad/hurt/NEGATIVE" that I got stung? (notice the reactivity)
- Am I "grateful/glad/smarter/POSITIVE" that I now know what I did or can do to avoid getting stung (proactive).
It is not me vs. the bee. It is me AND the bee. Perhaps that's another perception of duality?! We both exist and do what we are innately born to do (sting/react)
. . . or learn to do better (sting/not swat at a Bee's nest, then get uoset about it) if we are more evolved.
Please excuse the rambling-if you feel/choose to see it as such. I hope it ties to many points in this discussion.27/11/2016 #100 Sara JacoboviciPart 2/2 @Nikki Petersen continued from part 1.....Tension does exist in the "negative" until the expected resolution occurs and then the positive/release takes place. The duration, intensity and sense of familiarity of the tension will create different experiences. Nothing simple about all of this but certainly makes for interesting discussion.
I have to confess the first thing I thought of was Peanuts and Lucy and Charlie Brown and the football. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=055wFyO6gag27/11/2016 #99 Sara Jacobovici#96 Part 1/2 Thank you @Nikki Petersen for taking the time to read my post and for your comment. I appreciate you bringing up trust/mistrust as they are are an important contribution to this discussion. You write, "For us to create the trust that enables the sitting with the tension, there also has to be mistrust. There has to be doubt that the outcome will be what we hope it will be." My sense of this is a mature view point; something we are able to form out of accumulated experiences, whereas trust and mistrust are formed very early on in human development. It's not a matter of hope for the newborn and infant to have his or her needs met, its an expectation. The newborn or infant trusts that his or her physical and emotional needs will be met; it's unspoken and innate. It is when those needs are not met that mistrust begins to form and produces feelings/sensations related to anxiety.
In any group, individuals bring their own meanings formed from experiences related to expectations and will either be "naively" open in their trust or on the other end of the spectrum, suspicious, or anywhere in between. Trust is earned; we shouldn't trust anyone until they have proven that they are trustworthy. In terms of my clinical work I remind my client of that. I have to work hard at earning his or her trust. As well, I remind my client that there are three aspects to the trust in the work; they need to trust themselves that they will do what they need or able to do in their work, trust the medium; whether the talking or the creative arts materials and process, and then there is me, where the client can take the time to develop that trust.27/11/2016 #97 Jim MurrayI learned a bit here and that's always good. This is a solid post, nicely reasoned and resolved and very useful, especially for Americans at this extremely stressful juncture in their history.
But I was a little taken aback at some of the comments. This Max Carter fellow very much appears to be a walking contradiction of sorts. "I have one rule in life. Do not go to jail. If you like it, do it again, if not, don't." What does that even mean and what does that have to do with your piece? The first time I read it I got the distinct impression he was approving of those who choose a life of crime.
There's a certain etiquette that needs to be observed here. People spend a lot of time and energy on their posts, and slathering the comments with non-sequiturs and discussion highjacks is really bad form. The whole idea is that the engagement should add to the value of the post, not take the discussion off into the wild blue yonder.
I guess you could accuse me of the same thing, but it needed to be said, because I'm seeing a lot of it lately.27/11/2016 #96 Nikki Petersen@Sara Jacobovici I enjoyed your discussion of this topic. I do enjoy this forum because it allows me to think deeply, which I need in my life. Thank you.
I wonder where trust fits in? In trying to apply the topic to my own life, personal, business, and parenting (among other aspects), my observation is that so much of the tension and dissonance is created by trust/mistrust issues. For example, the employees can feel that they should focus on the journey of discovery to multiple outcomes, but they have to trust that their ideas will fall on receptive ears; isn't the reason that sitting with the tension is uncomfortable is because they're not sure they can trust what will happen in the long-run?
With your other example, music and therapy, doesn't the client need to be able to trust that the outcome of being with the tension created in a session will be useful or meaningful? That trust isn't just there, automagically -- it has to be created.
For us to create the trust that enables the sitting with the tension, there also has to be mistrust. There has to be doubt that the outcome will be what we hope it will be.
And that's where the circle comes back to negative emotions. We've all been hurt and we've all experienced the disappointment of misplaced trust. It's part of being human.
The tension between positive and negative then, must come from trust and mistrust?27/11/2016 #95 Max🐝 J. CarterWhat is it you are disagreeing with?
Which part and why?
I am think the readers would be curious to know more than I would.
Is the part where I say we are not as removed from the animal kingdom a we would like to think?
Is it the part where I explain pack mentality and how it actually works?
Is the part about rules creating exclusion?
Or is it all of it summarily?
I covered more Tran one point.27/11/2016 #90 Max🐝 J. Carter#89 The chaos behind why the birds flock together has many variables down to the individual birds and the place they take within the flock. there are no rules, they feel their way though it with instinct and at times in any flock or even pack there are challenges for pecking order or place in the pack.
The alpha is the strongest leader of the flock or the pack that guides them true and out of danger based on the leaders intuition which is chaos based in the now and the variables in a state of flux being read in the moment.
We as humans foolishly think ourselves more evolved from the animal and will go against intuition in favor of thinking we can think better than our intuitive senses. That is the biggest road block we create and keep in place for ourselves.
I have one rule in life. Do not go to jail. If you like it, do it again, if not, don't.
When you start creating rules you have to start excluding those who don't meet with your rules. For me i think it's healthy not be hanging out with someone in the middle of creating a crime and to avoid breaking the law myself in my own actions.
When people do not comply with the laws we impose in society they go away from society and are excluded from society.
Rule building is about creating mechanisms for and parameters for exclusion.27/11/2016 #89 Ali Anani#88 There are simple rules for birds flocking together> The feedback effect leading to chaos is based on simple rules. No one pretends the rules are always right, but we strive to improve them. They help in focusing our efforts. Nobody till now can predict the weather of of its complexity, but it was the three simple differential equations that helped in noticing the butterfly effect. We are trying to do the same.27/11/2016 #88 Max🐝 J. Carter#87 I disagree because existence works on the principle of organized chaos and as a part of existence so do we which means all the variables are variable in the moment and no equation is ever going to suit the moment you are in unless you create it and can control all the variables which control is an illusion.
To create an equation is to engage in willful delusion that one has control over anything. We mange ourselves we don't control anything because we are organized chaos not a machine.
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