Phil 🐝 Johnson, MBL and Brand Ambassador @beBee en Directors and Executives, IT - Information Technology Master of Business Leadership Program Founder & CEO • Master of Business Leadership Inc. 17/7/2017 · 1 min de lectura · +800

Entrainment and Automaticity

Entrainment and Automaticity

Entrainment and Automaticity

What you practice you become and

What you become determines who you attract and

Who you attract determines your results and the quality of your life.

Like energy attracts like energy. Whether in business or the “home court advantage” often referred to in sports, the energy we surround ourselves with has a huge impact on our results. In order to establish an environment where innovation is encouraged the need to development our authenticity and emotional intelligence is essential.

The energy we choose to surround us with will have a positive or negative effect on our level of engagement. The Dutch physicist Christiaan Huygens, the inventor of the pendulum clock, introduced the concept of entrainment after he noticed, in 1666, that the pendulums of two clocks had synchronized their energy.

There is an ongoing battle within us, between our old and new habits. Our existing habits are fighting to maintain their dominance. Repetition of the new habits strengthens them and the old ones become weaker. Our current behaviors and results are a reflection of the actions we have been practicing. They reflect the internal control system or paradigm our mind has created. Any change in results will only be temporary unless we change our paradigm.

If we want better results