Change has never been more important in leadership

Technology comes at us very fast nowadays. Year old ways of doing things are disrupted overnight. Companies are forced to pivet the next day or face going bank rupt.

We have to look as things differently everyday. If we don’t evolve fast enough our company dies.

This is why understanding nueralplastcity is important for leader’s, and potential is a skill that’s in high demand.

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Today’s neurolplasticity regimen

Today was a great day neurologically speaking, inspite of getting four hours of sleep. then Then my gas was siphoned out of my truck. I ran out on the road, and to walk about a mile. Then they got into my truck, and turned my lights, and windshield wipers on while I was in the grocery store.

But I never had a bit of stress because of practicing neurolplasticity. The smaller goal with my regimen is to get my childhood intrigue back. I want to look at things and be fascinated by small details.

The big goal is to not have negative thoughts. I want to be intrigued by everything, and think positive. So I have less stress in my life.

I’m using lavender to calm my mind so my old pattern of glazing over details doesn’t control old thinking pathways. I want to create a new pathway of thing. One that is intrigued by the small details of life.

I have to keep practicing until it’s a well established pathway of thinking.

Children’s cartoons can be very intriguing. If I pay close attention to all the details. I watched cartoons this morning.

Then I played racquetball until I had a good sweat. Next I sat in the steamroom, and then the next sana.

I focus in on the details of everything from a damaged road sign, a beautiful tree, the way cloud looked, etc. I also spotting patterns in everything.

That kind of intimate focus into details is very intriguing for me. I get a shot of serotonin to my brain that makes me feel good and positive. Just like a child again.

Today my thoughts was very positive, and it seems to be working. Now all I need is tons of practice!

Today’s neurolplasticity regimen

Today was a great day neurologically speaking, inspite of getting four hours of sleep. then Then my gas was siphoned out of my truck. I ran out on the road, and to walk about a mile. Then they got into my truck, and turned my lights, and windshield wipers on while I was in the grocery store.

But I never had a bit of stress because of practicing neurolplasticity. The smaller goal with my regimen is to get my childhood intrigue back. I want to look at things and be fascinated by small details.

The big goal is to not have negative thoughts. I want to be intrigued by everything, and think positive. So I have less stress in my life.

I’m using lavender to calm my mind so my old pattern of glazing over details doesn’t control old thinking pathways. I want to create a new pathway of thing. One that is intrigued by the small details of life.

I have to keep practicing until it’s a well established pathway of thinking.

Children’s cartoons can be very intriguing. If I pay close attention to all the details. I watched cartoons this morning.

Then I played racquetball until I had a good sweat. Next I sat in the steamroom, and then the next sana.

I focus in on the details of everything from a damaged road sign, a beautiful tree, the way cloud looked, etc. I also spotting patterns in everything.

That kind of intimate focus into details is very intriguing for me. I get a shot of serotonin to my brain that makes me feel good and positive. Just like a child again.

Today my thoughts was very positive, and it seems to be working. Now all I need is tons of practice!

Childhood and neurolplasticity

So I divized a plan for the non-stop tripping of my Adrenalin gland.

My brain was going a hundred miles an hour. I got lavender out, and smelled it for a couple minutes. It really calmed me down, and I turned on a very visually stimulating movie.

I realized I can train my brain to be fascinated like a child again. Because the brain is highly plastic we can learn to be fascinated again. I could see all the things I was fascinated with as a child. I focused in on the fascinating things, and realized I could see it, and most importantly do it.

So now the plan is to get reid of many negative views of the world, that dimed my creativity. I can have less stress as the adults who carry the waight of the world on thier shoulders. After all I have no liabilities.

OR at least lighten the load. It’s the new plan, and I’m willing to bet many adults miss the fascinations of thier childhood. So it’s good news for man kind!

Practicing tolerance and avoiding anger

Being tolerant, and avoiding anger saves us energy that helps us deal with the important issues in our life, better. It helps us be better leaders, better parents, and helps us make better decisions. 

By sidestepping these pitfalls, and traps that are thrown at us from all angles of life makes us less stressed in our day to day lives, and can help us live longer by avoiding serious health risk like diabetes and heart disease.

Getting started we have to learn to identify these traps, and pitfalls that lead us to anger, and stress. To learn we have to get used knowing where we are at emotionally. 

I started to learn to identify when I was angry and when my anger became self-destructive for me. My relationships where becoming damaged, and bruised. I self evaluated my emotional status several times, throughout the day. As I became more self aware, and started to pin point the things that where setting me off. 

Next I learn to rationalize with the people and things that triggered my stress, and anger. All most every time I get angry, I go through an evaluating system in my head. 

  1. Is it important in the scheme of things?
  2. Can I change it?
  3. Is it a reliable source?
  4. Is this person credible?

After answering these questions if I can change it I do so, and if it’s not important in the scheme of things I discard it. 

Overtime I’ve learned to cop with the things that are important, but I can’t change. I can learned accepting these issues by creating a silver lining. It is what it is, and I can be a better person going forward. I can grow and make personal improvements in the way I deal with these issues.

Then I go on with my day with a much bigger smile on my face, and I have much more energy to focus in on the important things in life.

Deep Reflections Of Leadership

Word for word what exactly did I say?

Was it effective?

What emotion where conveyed by the other person?

Can we find common ground?

Did I completely understand them?

How can we fix this problem so that it”s easier for everyone?

What fits the other person best?

How can we make this a system that everyone can learn?

What does my team want out of a job well done?

These are a few reflections worth putting some deep focus time into, and answering the questions.

Saving energy for what matters

We now know our brain changes, and we can evolve into better human beings well into adulthood. We can learn new talents, and skills. We can become better leader’s.

The problem is our brains are very lazy, and take the well known pathways which uses less energy because we don’t have to make conscience efforts. It’s the way we’ve always done things.

To change we need discipline, and focus. We need to know our habits, and make a conscience effort to change them. With small focused steps in the right direction repeated overtime changes us for the better.

To make room for change we need to conserve energy by eliminating things that don’t really matter. We need to practice tolerance, and spend our energy on things that matter, like changing for the better.

Someone’s small tick that annoy’s us is a wast of energy, and focus. If our foods not cooked right at a restaurant and we fly off the handle, it depletes us of energy. Some rude driver cuts us off, and we get upset is a wasted energy.

In the scheme of things these are just minor inconveniences at most, and collectively throughout the day drian us of energy. Just by cutting out these minor annoyance is enlightening, and saves energy for what really matters.

Underdog to leading the charge

I have a history of asking too much out of my bosses until I’m leading the charge.

I let bosses ask as much out of me as they can possibly ask. I never put my foot down. 

I deliver good quality more efficient work, each time better then the last job I did for them.

My biggest mentor taught me to never do the same job the same way twise, so I make small incremental improvements on efficiency, and quality.

I get faster, and better until I’m pushing them, and they give me my free will. Then let me lead the charge.

Apprenticeship

Everything I’ve achieve I have a apprenticeship to thank.

First I achieved because someone was compassionate enough to take the time and teach me to do better when I was a troubled teen. 

Next the biggest part of my success. Since someone cared enough to give me an apprenticeship, I now want to do the same. I use social media as chance to do that. It’s made me very influential, and every part of by apprentices lives in my work. My apprentice has influenced the world.

The new Republican agenda in work force development is very important to me. People below the poverty level have been left behind. They’re left to live on government rations. And until now no one was willing teaching them how to do better. 

Many of these people aren’t cut out for higher education, and now company’s are signing up to teach and hire low skilled people technical skills that are needed for better higher paying job. At this time in our economy we have a shortage of people with these kind of needed technical skills, and a grow poverty of people. Everyone one wins.

Gov. Bevin in Kentucky has taken it a step further, and is trying to change the dynamics in the communities below the property level. In these communities many children grow up without fathers to teach them about healthy relationships, and how to support a family. He’s using people who’ve done well in the community to mentor trubled youth. Family units are an important part of economics success. And bevin’s trying to fix these communities.

This is only something that can be curbed with the love of Christ. 

Republicans are giving it there best effort, and even if nothing changes, and it all fails; I will go down with the ship. I encourage people, and business to become influential too, and change the world by teaching someone.

Clarification of what you want out of life.

I’ve never heard anyone cover this topic this way so here goes nothing.

People are sabotaging themselves by not having clear expectations of what they really want out of life. They make statements like I want to be a millionaire but it’s not really what they wanted. Or at least their actions didn’t match their words.

Take for instance some factory workers I know. They want to be millionaire really bad, but their actions tell a different story.

After working at a good job for a year, they go buy the biggest car the bank will give them money for. 

If they were honest with themselves they really wanted a car, and they should be very happy with themselves. But the car’s bleeding them dry. 

The interest sucks five or six hundred dollars a year out of thier pocket. Then they lost thousands of dollars in depreciation. The interest, and depreciation money that could be used to become a millionaire by buying a business, or saving and investing. That’s what millionaires do. They save and invest in many different accent types.

They were never happy because they wanted something different then want their actions proved. They’ll never become millionaires because they don’t really know what they want out of life. So they stay angry.

When I started out I had a very clear vision what the end game looked like. I wanted to be a real estate investor that could pay cash for everything. I didn’t want to be a millionaire. I wanted to be a big guy at auctions.

So I saved a lot of cash, and I bought the best cheapest truck I could find. My actions completely matched my words. I had a relatively large bank account with no interest bleeding me dry.

It’s a recipe for happiness. My actions completely matched my words, and I was getting exactly what I wanted out of life.