But what if achievement and high-quality results weren’t dependent on trying to be a better ‘you’?
What if there was a way to thrive and flourish without having to ‘strive’ so hard?
Well…the good news is, there is a hidden but powerful factor at play, that’s critical to how well we survive and thrive in our work and in our lives generally. It is the extent to which we understand and appreciate the role of thought and our own thinking in creating our seemingly external experience of life.
Counter-intuitive as it may seem, we don’t just perceive our experience of life. We actually create our experience of life. Perceivers or creators might seem like semantics but there is a subtle difference. In the former, we are either a victim of life’s circumstances or we don suit of armour and equip ourselves with the tools to cope and succeed life’s challenges and adversities.
This approach is based on the ‘Three Principles’ paradigm which originated with a Scottish Canadian named Sydney Banks. In very simple terms, Banks identified basic truths behind our psychological experience.
Unlike other approaches, it does not rely on tools, techniques or ‘positive thinking’ but rather on a deeper insight-based understanding of how our human experience gets created.
The more we get to see the amount of unnecessary mental static and noise that our minds generates, the easier it is for this to drop away and we are able to operate with inner balance and a clear mind.
This deceptively simple, but profound understanding has the potential to transform how we engage with life on so many levels.
We become more resilient, creative and productive.
We have better rapport, connection and engagement.
We are more authentic, transparent and open-hearted.
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