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#9 Cycle of Improvement: The “What if?” Principle

Let’s return to Choice for a moment, and examine a tricky little piece of this seemingly simple process. You will recall that we earlier distinguished between simple and easy. Something that is apparently simple does not mean it is necessarily … Continue reading

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#8 Cycle of Improvement – Overview

Hold on to your hats – this could get interesting! Before we can go much deeper into the Cycle of Improvement, we need to spend a bit more time on the linkages between Awareness, Choice, Result, Experience and Desired Outcome. … Continue reading

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#7 Cycle of Improvement – Choice and Responsibility in the Cycle of Improvement

If having a clear focus on your Desired Outcome is critical, and Awareness is one of your tools to gauge how you are doing, then how do you actually get to the Desired Outcome? Now this may sound way too … Continue reading

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#6 Cycle of Improvement – The Neurological Power of Focus and Self Talk

Where ARE those keys? Before we go more deeply into “simple awareness can be curative,” let’s take another view of the Power of Focus and how focus works. Have you ever misplaced your keys, the TV remote, your reading glasses, … Continue reading

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#5 Cycle of Improvement – It all Starts With Awareness

If one key to successful choice is clarity on your Desired Outcome, another key element is awareness. Awareness of what, you might ask. Before we can delve into the Power of Awareness in any useful way, we may need to … Continue reading

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