“When there is value add it becomes easier” – Raj Gavurla
Sometime people say things without thinking of the situation, the person they are talking to, their environment, and who is present. If this happens instead of internalizing giving them the benefit of the doubt use rational critical thinking to do value add. Both create and receive shared success.
1. “Help yourself” This is backwards. I’ve heard people say whether directly or about someone they don’t help themselves. This is similar to giving someone a ten minute silent lunch which the student I mentor received from his teacher because he wasn’t paying attention. He’s learning and depending on the subject or what we are discussing his attention grows or wanes. So the answer is to talk about things that keep his attention. No, because what he’s learning is important and value add to his development, growth, and future.
Applying my expertise in human performance, life, and organizational development and breakthroughs, reality is he wasn’t taught how to pay attention. Attention is a human performance skill people are challenged with regardless of age, title, or occupation(s). One of the most prevalent reasons attention is challenging is they have no link(s) in their mind to what they are learning so it can be synthesized and stored into long term memory.
Getting back to “help yourself”. It’s an oxymoron. When you help you help someone not yourself. Yet, some people say this without rational critical thinking and I sometime say it although very rare.
2. “Hard work” or “Work hard”. If something is too hard or hard, something is wrong. It’s “diligent work” or “work diligently”.
Googling the word “diligent” it means:
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“The Zone” & “The Zone Effect” is described as making performance improvements, breakthroughs, records, everything is in slow motion (everything slows down), time stands still (isn’t a deterring factor), distance stands still (isn’t a deterring factor) and your life and performance feels effortless. Neither is repeatable. You are growing as a person, interconnected with your life, business, and sport(s); Your “The Zone Effect” Development, Breakthroughs, and Records.
My “The Zone” & “The Zone Effect”
How do you make time a non-factor? Impossible, no. Here’s how: Whether at work, watching t.v., attending an event, learning, or hanging out know how much time is allotted. By doing this you free your mind’s capacity. Include the right research, right preparation, the actual event, and the time to synthesize your thoughts about the event and do your next value add. Doing it this way has tremendous value add. It’s easier for you to apply the learning, remember the event, create value add, and achieve more success in all walks of life.
1. 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 1hr, 1.5 hr. keynote
2. Attending an event (i.e. 2 hours, 1/2 day, full day, 2 days, 3 days, etc.)
3. Watching sports or a movie on t.v.
4. Reading or studying
5. Attending a soccer match
6. Hanging out with family and/or friends
Remember, do the right research and right preparation to receive much more from what you do in all walks of life.
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“Life grows on earth. Diligent work, it’s a party.” – Endless
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