Then they wonder, “Why am I so darn bored with my life?"
Instinctively you know there’s a better way to think. You sense that using the full power of your total consciousness is a more complete thought process.
This type of "conscious thinking" can also be called Integrated Power Thinking.
The Power Thinking concept is taught by author Mark Hamilton in his Neo-Tech material. Mark demonstrates that human beings think in metaphors and analog models.
If you think of California, you’ll probably see a map of the state or picture the ocean in your mind. This powerful thought process is thinking by using analog models.
Hamilton explains that when dealing with challenges or achievements in your life, “picturing” what you want rather than writing down the words will have greater impact and help you achieve the result quicker. Thinking in visual imagery, for our purposes here, is called Power Thinking.
Have you ever told someone to “Picture this…”
If you have ever sold anything successfully you know that creating mental pictures for prospects of the benefits they will receive by purchasing your product or service is a powerful way to close the deal.
Here's how to use Integrated Power Thinking as a profoundly powerful method for business planning.
First, see a picture in your mind of what you want from your business.
This is not pie-in-the-sky dreaming but actually deciding by imagining what you want from your business. It’s a decision you are making.
After you’ve made the decision of what you want in your business, picture the steps that got you there.
See as many of the steps as you can. The more effort you put into gaining a clear picture the easier it will be to take action. You have now “integrated” steps into your power thinking analog model.
Now draw a picture on paper of the overall goal and steps you pictured in your mind. This is often called “Mind Mapping.”
Then schedule the steps to reach the “Vision” of your business by a certain time. Schedule each step, starting at the beginning and work forward until you have achieved the big picture.
Finally, take action each day to reach that destination. Small steps, taken every day reap big rewards over time.
If you say you cannot do this; you’re right.
It’s probably too much hard thinking to do for most people. The majority will always remain stuck in the rut they are in now.
This idea is only for the top 20% of people who are ready to break free of the boring rut, make decisions on what they want, and go for it consistently.
Which camp are you in?
Good luck and happy "integrated" thinking.