The concepts that we learn about taking one step at a time are not always sufficient; sometimes we must radically change techniques to get the results we want in real time. To do so requires a dual realization: understanding that we don’t always know everything … and yet, we know enough to also recognize that sometimes we must change our thinking to meet goals. By embracing “we don’t have to know everything,” we attain a level of mastery-in-moments. Jess Dewell interviews Dianne Collins and Allan Collins about QuantumThink.
Starting the Conversation…
- How we observe when a leap (in thinking) is in front of us.
- What are the benefits of adding different perspectives, dimensions, to the way we think?
What You Will Hear:
The definition of mastery.
The three levels of awareness.
Success, by definition, is from the past. Masterly is known what to do in the moment – a state we operate from.
The way to change how we think and act.
Automatic thoughts and reactions are least action pathways.
Intent versus a thought. Positive thinking versus QuantumThinking.
An example of intent.
Absolute thinking decreases conversation which decreases collaboration.
What illustrates Quantum Results in real time.
Intent (conscious or default thoughts) defines results.
Intent is experience, intention is measurable.
Don’t stop at measurable results – allow more.
Listen from not knowing.
Benefits, like resilience, of QuantumThink results.
Notable & Quotable:
Dianne Collins: Mastery is being in command, not control.
Alan Collins: Be able to think about thoughts and see the thoughts, and have a choice; the mastery lives in the choice.
Dianne Collins: You choose mastery consciously.
Dianne Collins: Our habits of thinking do condition our state: what we emanate and what we attract.
Alan Collins: The intent shapes how you are heard.
Jess Dewell: When we choose, choices become clearer and come from outside of us.
Dianne Collins: In QuantumThink, there are no fixed realities and we exist in fields.
Jess Dewell: Results tell us where we come from, not necessarily where we are going.
Alan Collins: The source of the result is how we were thinking about it.
Dianne Collins: When you create from intent, from the experience, you will get results you couldn’t see.
Alan Collins: Consciously listen from not knowing, you will hear something new.
Jess Dewell: Thinking to think instead of thinking our thoughts for thinking builds resilience.
Dianne Collins: We are always in the context of the era we are in.
Alan Collins: Resilience is in the intent of personal mastery, as it effects every single thing you do.
Alan Collins: When we have an awareness that being on a mastery journey why not take it?
Dianne Collins: You are the force because you know you can make a better world.
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