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Edmonton Hypnotherapy CEO Mindset Daily Newsletter-51
subconscious mind review

In the last email, I again offered to entertain questions that have arisen from the series. Thank you to those of you who participated. Congratulate yourselves for separating yourself from the crowd:)

Let’s go back to James’ situation. What automatic physiological responses do you think he had to each of the questions? What automatic physiological responses did you personally notice, for yourself, when you considered the questions? (review email 48)

I suggested that unless we become aware of our programmed reactions, it is difficult to interrupt and replace them.

Remember that:

-becoming the CEO of our lives means that we are in charge of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

-becoming the CEO of our lives means that we consciously choose goals rather then allowing ourselves to accept the limitations of programming.

If we are to create meaningful changes in our lives we must have more awareness of our automatic responses. These responses give us valuable information. However, information is rarely sufficient. James will need to take this information a few steps further. Our goal is to look at this situation through a solution focused lens:

Decision 1-I have some interest in public speaking skills, and believe that the time and energy may pay off. I do not think I am naturally gifted in this arena, however, just as others have, I can find a way to incrementally learn.

Decision 2-I have no interest in public speaking skills, and believe that the time and energy will not outweigh the effort. I do not think I am naturally gifted in this arena, and unlike others, I do not see the opportunity to incrementally learn.  If James chooses decision 2 he will surely need to follow his line of reasoning up with the question of “are there other ways that I can shine in this organization, that are more congruent with my talents?”

I will offer one final question about James and his situation:

Is James willing to be curious, to experiment and to play with possibilities? If the answer is “yes” then either decision 1 or 2 will likely help him to close the GAP between where he is, and where he wants to be.

Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW

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