What we think, how we think, and how our perspective shapes up our approach to life and business.
The more we try to hold something, the harder it is to hang on to. This is an illusion – created by our brain to keep us exactly where we are. When we think we are choosing our priorities, are we really? The exploration of our rationalizations and excuses may provide us insights to how aligned our intentions and priorities really are. Jess Dewell talks with Iva Ignjatovic and Scott Scowcroft about the truth behind our priorities.
Starting the conversation…
- What do Budda, Alan Watts, Richard Bach, and Quantum physics have in common?
- What is the self talk that we use and is it getting in our own way.
- Are we really looking?
What You Will Hear:
We are what we think, and create our own reality.
The way we talk to ourselves is a reflection of how we talk to others.
We can control our own behavior.
That thing called judgement (and subjectiveness…).
Relying too much on one thing – the consequence of taking something for granted.
The things we overlook.
Challenge rationalizations as much as excuses.
It’s bold to add perspective and know when to push and when to notice.
- Ages and Ages, Do The Right Thing
- Stop Judging: 4 Reason, 5 Things, 6 Ways
- Alan Watts – Crushing Your Self Imposed Limits
Tags: rationalization, thinking, consideration, excuses, challenge, choice, priority