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CHANGING SELF-DEFEATING UNCONSCIOUS HABIT PATTERNS TO SELF-SUPPORTING ONES (POST #6)

In my previous Posts ( 4 and 5 ), I explained how changes in Context turn Self-Supporting Unconscious Habit Patterns into Self-Defeating Ones. I call these Blockers, because these Self-Defeating Unconscious Habit Patterns block you from getting and/or being what you want. A few common Blockers include procrastination, depression, binging, confusion, fatigue and perfectionism, among [...]

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Would you like to write a novel? Here’s how:

To write a novel, daydream. Build that daydream into pieces of a story. Watch the characters in your daydream and describe what they do. Creating this type of daydream usually involves combining your experience, observation and invention. One neat way of doing that is through hindsight, “what if…” The “new” skills involved in writing a [...]

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WHY AND HOW DO WE FAIL? Part Two (POST #5)

This is a continuation of my last post on “Why and How Do We Fail?” In my second Blog, I introduced you to the Cybernetic Transposition Three-Step that consists of: Setting a precise Target that is accepted and supported by your conscious mind and all major aspects of your Unconscious. Prioritizing that Target so your [...]

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How did Archimedes invent “Archimedes Principle?”

The King gave tasked Archimedes with determining whether his new crown was pure or adulterated gold. There was one contingent of this mission: Archimedes had to discover the truth without destroying the new crown nor marring its beauty. After much thought and effort, Archimedes realized the solution when he was getting in his bath. Watching [...]

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Why and How Do We Fail? (Post #4)

In my second Blog, I introduced you to the Cybernetic Transposition Three-Step that consists of: Setting a precise Target that is accepted and supported by your conscious mind and all major aspects of your Unconscious. Prioritizing that Target so your Unconscious. remains closely focused on achieving it, no matter what you are consciously doing or [...]

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There’s something about you that you probably don’t know that could get you a better job. Want to know?

Most people don’t know that knowledgable managers hire on the basis of personality, who someone is, rather than simply skills. Skills can be taught. Most people also don’t know what it is about their personality that employers most value. That’s what I call their Unrecognized Skills. Unrecognized Skills are skills that are so familiar that [...]

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Getting Help: Bonus Secret 6

Most people need some help in changing their habits. And, if you haven’t yet found your Perfect Partner or, if you have but haven’t developed a wonderful relationship with him or her, it’s almost certain that you’ll have to change some of your habitual behavior. That can be really tough and most people need some [...]

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What major company grew out of the American Messenger Service, what’s it doing now, how big did it get and how long did it take to get there?

UPS is the world’s largest package delivery company, delivering an average of 15 million packages per day around the world. In 1907, James E. Casey, borrowed $100 from a friend and established the American Messenger Company, the forerunner of UPS, to deliver packages and run errands for retail stores in Seattle, Washington. Over the next [...]

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Secret 5: Check Whether You’re Both Headed in the Same Direction. And Keep Checking.

Over the past few days, I’ve told you four of the Secrets of Romantic Success. Here’s the fifth. Secret 5: Check Whether You’re Both Headed in the Same Direction. And Keep Checking. When the moon rocket left the ground, it was aimed as precisely as possible… and it would have missed the moon by tens [...]

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How does the process of inventing actually work?

Inventing involves giving your unconscious mind a “Search Target” that specifies the characteristics of what you’re trying to invent, prioritizing it and giving it the time required to sort through the billions of alternatives in its “database.” Every invention involves seeing existing things in a new context, something like “This (the invention) is like that [...]

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