Please review email 58.
Throughout this series I have continued to suggest that closing the GAP requires that we become more deliberate and conscious.
By examining our daily actions or activities, we are critically
questioning our automatic ways of being (cow paths). Becoming curious as
to whether our actions or activities are serving us moves us out of
Those ways of being that are not in alignment with our goals or
potential, strengthen the belief of having little influence over the
robotic subconscious mind.
However, when we create small incremental changes, we are nudging the
subconscious mind to gradually accept more positive changes, and over
time our efforts are compounded. Small positive changes serve as
stepping stones for other well chosen behavioral efforts.
With each new small decision and action, we build the belief that the subconscious mind can be influenced.
Each new small decision and action incrementally builds a new, freely
chosen, path of least resistance, that the subconscious mind must accept
In email 57 I offered the question “was I born with this way of being, or did I learn it?”
The chances are that most of your day to day ways of being were learned.
Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW