Ruim alles nu op anders blijf je het

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Ruim alles nu op anders blijf je het

  1. 1. RazorbladeGetting things off your mind<br />Is it possible to get the results you really want without strength, effort and hard work <br />
  2. 2. 40% of ourworries is abouteventsthatwillnevertake place <br />30% of ourworries is abouteventsthatalready have taken place<br />22% of ourworries is aboutunimportantevents<br />4% of ourworries is aboutevents we cannotchange<br />4% of ourworries is abouteventswhere we can act upon. <br />Wasted concerns (E. Zelinski) <br />
  3. 3. Remember when we were children watching the clouds fly by ?<br />You saw a bear or a castle<br />You’re friend saw a car<br />And you sometimes believed it was real<br />
  4. 4. That’s the same way we judge everything. We even fight about what we see in the clouds. <br />Our thinking about something is often worse then realityitselve<br />
  5. 5. ”Not the thingsthemselfmakepeopleupset, buttheirthoughtsaboutit do”<br />- Epictetus (filosopher, 55-135 n. Chr.)<br />There’s no outer world, it’s just a reflection of you’re inner world<br />-unknown<br />
  6. 6. Pleasepayattention to whateveryou’re feeling orthinkingwhilewhatchingthispresentation. <br />
  7. 7. Seeingthispresentationmeans a part of you is attracted to here. It’s nocoincidence. Everythingyou’vedonebefore has led youhere.<br />
  8. 8. There’s no truth in the clouds<br />there are only three sides to every story<br />Yours, mine and reality.<br />
  9. 9. We can only see one side at a time<br />Can you flip between the duck and the rabbit ?<br />
  10. 10. One side, the resistance, <br /> is hard, no change, feels unpleasant, <br />stress, tension, <br />narrow focussed, tensed.<br />fear, worry is motivated by <br />yes but’s, dark and hard.<br />One side is open, easily, one step further, fluently, light, open, enthousiasm, motivated by yes and..<br />
  11. 11. Do you think like a worrior or a warrior ?<br />
  12. 12. It doesn’t matter what side you’re thinking.<br />We’ll always find proof for what we believe in, <br />We want to believe it’s true, and don’t want to see reality<br />
  13. 13. We always go where we’re focussed on with our thinking<br />“En werkelijk waar, eerst zou je het niet geloven, maar daar waar je heen kijkt gaat de auto ook heen..Dat is ondermeer de reden dat mensen bij ongelukken juist tegen die ene paal aanrijden, ipv er langs.En het klopt gewoon. Kijk je even een fractie ergens anders heen, dan zul je daar ook bij eindigen.”<br />http://www.autoweek.nl/forum/read.php?1,4100429<br />
  14. 14. And we have a lot of these focussingfeelings <br />and thoughts.<br />Watch wefeelfine.orgvisualising emotions of the world<br />
  15. 15. So now you know you always see exactly what you’re focussed on. It’s time to focus on what is reel.<br />Reality has nothing to do with whatever labels we put on <br />#ourselves, places, things, wants, people, body, money, relationships, thoughts, deseases.<br />
  16. 16. Once you change you’re perspective finding a new solution you’ll see it everywhere.<br />It has always been there, you just didn’t see it yet.<br />
  17. 17. Some people have already found out how to do this<br />
  18. 18. Richard Wiseman asked hundreds of people to count all the photographs in this newspaper <br />Many started counting……<br />
  19. 19. Most people did miss this opportunity on page 5, where there was an ad stating in large capitals “there are 54 pictures in this newspaper”<br />
  20. 20. What can we learn from “lucky” people to turn your own life literalyarround and change your reality ?<br />
  21. 21. Lucky people and companies listen active to people, and show genuine interest. because they have a lot to learn. <br />They are open to and hear what’s actually been said, without their thinking in the way.<br />“People will remember that you appreciated what they had to say. This can translate into opportunities.”<br />Richard Wiseman<br />
  22. 22. People who consider themselve a lucky birdare always on the right place, with the right people, doing the right things.<br />
  23. 23. Lucky people are often more relaxed. <br />Unlucky people are often more tenced and because of this they don’t see the unexpected or are less open to it.<br />They are to focussed to see something else.<br />Lucky people are more open to what is right here, right now, not what they want the’re to be.<br />Lucky people have a positive expectation en create that result (self-fullfilling prophecy)<br />They can easily transform bad luck into something good.<br />They have (unconsious) a more open body gesture, and so they are attracting more people.<br />Richard Wiseman: the Luck factor<br />
  24. 24. Take the shortcut, feel the way you would feel when you get what you think you want right now. And all the rest is a result. <br />So do you want to take the stairway or the fastlane<br />In you’re live?<br />
  25. 25. Youcanfight the waves, orlearnhow to surf.<br />'Je moet je bewust ontdoen van alle gedachten, beelden en dus ook angsten. Je bent alleen met het moment bezig. Gedachten werken als een scheidslijn tussen jou en wat je ziet. Dan is het uitzicht niet helder genoeg. Je zintuigen moeten als het ware opbloeien en dat gebeurt alleen als je niet denkt. Als je bang bent, heb je de neiging je in je zelf terug te trekken, je wordt zenuwachtig en gaat fouten maken. Dat kan je niet gebruiken wanneer je een hoge golf aan het bereiden bent. Ik denk dat als mensen zich zo op andere dingen kunnen focussen, bijvoorbeeld hun werk of relatie, ze veel meer succes hebben.’<br />Gerry Lopez, surf legend<br />
  26. 26. Give it up and see what happens<br />
  27. 27. most of the time we’re not even aware of what or why we are thinking we just act.<br />AbDijksterhuis/malcolmgladwell<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/zarozinia/4092100295<br />
  28. 28. We base our opinions and decisions on what we notice in a split second, that’s where intuition kicks in. <br />and so do others, in a blink of an eye.<br />So be genuine<br />That’s the power of thinking without thinking<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/carpeicthus/205699011/<br />
  29. 29. Wanting to know on what you’re focussed on right now ?<br />Rule of thumb:<br />Does your current tought give you a feeling of <br />stress or freedom ?<br />
  30. 30. So watch your first spontaneous reaction when something unexpected happens to find your unconsious opinion.<br />That effect’s 95% of you’re behaviour. <br />Try it when watching tv, facing your fear or talking to somebody what comes to mind ?<br />
  31. 31. It’s not about what you say you want or do. It’s about what you think while saying it or doing it.<br />Dirk kuijt: ‘’En vooral dat we het ook menen. Als je zegt dat je wereldkampioen wilt worden, maar er blijft iets knagen of je gelooft het eigenlijk zelf niet, ga je er toch een keer aan onderdoor.’’<br />
  32. 32. Then look at the reality right in front of you<br />And start to question how real your thought or feeling about reality is<br />
  33. 33. And can you look at that same situation with your mind<br />The paradox is that things go easier without your thougths in the way<br />Then we are most open to new creative solutions <br />
  34. 34. So capture all your unhapy thoughts and feelings and start questioning and then the rest can change<br />you change first<br />Inside out<br />
  35. 35. Want to do an experiment ?<br />Put you’re hand on a friends hand and <br />follow his hand as he moves swiftly away.<br />Hard ?<br />Now relax and do the same with eyes closed<br />Different ?<br />
  36. 36. The trick is not to reachbig goals, but to fullfill a lot of small goals.<br />Youcan’tDO a big goal. Youcanonly do a small goal oraction-step.<br />Keep the big goal in mind, butdon’tgetstuckin the way to reachthat goal<br />
  37. 37. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPShQhVjqY<br />Becausea Smallchangein thinkingcánmake a hugedifference<br />
  38. 38. Turn the smallestthingsaround<br />“If a window is broken and left unrepaired, people walking by will conclude that no one cares and no one is in charge. Soon, more windows will be broken…..They are invitations to more serious crimes”<br />
  39. 39. Changeyour thinking just a little bit<br />“Ittakesonly thesmallest of changesto shatteranequilibriumthatcangrow<br />exponentially” Soflipyourtoughts<br />
  40. 40. We apply our thinking to many subjects. Whatch what happens when you let go of one thought.<br />”if you can manage one company, you can manage many company’s” <br />Richard Branson<br />
  41. 41. The Multiplier<br />And so small things can grow exponentially<br />Malcolm Gladwell<br />
  42. 42. Co capture everything when you notice it, otherwise it will come back.<br />write your tought’sdown and question them one by one and see what happens<br />
  43. 43. Question everything<br />Interested into how to easily question you’re thinking ? <br />Visit razorblade.posterous.com or visit some of the teachers mentioned next.<br />All focussed on the how.<br />
  44. 44. I now show you some great and effective methods and questions that are all focused on the how of now.<br />If you want to know more please visit razorblade.posterous.com<br />
  45. 45. What’s on your mind ?Is it true ?Can you absolutely know that is is true ?How do you react when you think that thought ?Who would you be without your story ?Turn it around, can that be as true ?<br />Byron Katie The works<br />
  46. 46. Option method Bruce diMarcio<br />What am I unhappy about ?“What is it about that, that makes me unhappy?” (be specific)“Why  am I unhappy about that?” If you could guess ? What would it be ?What am I afraid would happen if I were not unhappy about that?“Why do you believe it would mean that?”<br />
  47. 47. Who moved my cheese Dr. Spencer Johnson<br />Change HappensThey Keep Moving The Cheese<br />Anticipate ChangeGet Ready For The Cheese To Move<br />Monitor ChangeSmell The Cheese Often So You Know When It Is Getting Old<br />Adapt To Change QuicklyThe Quicker You Let Go Of Old Cheese, The Sooner You Can Enjoy New Cheese<br />ChangeMove With The Cheese<br />Enjoy Change!Savor The Adventure And Enjoy The Taste Of New Cheese!<br />Be Ready To Change Quickly And Enjoy It Again & AgainT<br />They Keep Moving The Cheese.<br />"What Would You Do If You Weren't Afraid?"<br />
  48. 48. Creative thinking<br />Move one way, an then turn it around<br />Whatever you think, think the opposite<br />Put you’re subject in another place<br />Exagerate in the oposite direction<br />Make it bigger, make it smaller,<br />What will happen then, and then, and then<br />
  49. 49. Sedona method: Hale Dwoskin<br />What do you feel right now ?<br />Could you let this feeling be here ?<br />Can you let the wanting to change it be here<br />Can you let the feeling of it beeing personal be here ?<br />Could you let this feeling gojust for now ?<br />Would you let it go ?<br />When ?<br />
  50. 50. RET therapy: Albert Ellis<br />What is the situation (a)?<br />What where you’re feelings and behaviour ? ( c)<br />What where you’re thoughts (b) (What could someone have thought?)<br />What is the behaviour you do want ? <br />Question your thoughts<br />Replace them with thoughts you want <br />Replace need with want or can<br />
  51. 51. Tim Ferris: 4hour workweek<br />Why is you’re live the wayit is, and notbetter ?<br />What do youpostponebecauseyou are scared ?<br />What are the costs of postponingrequiredaction<br />What’s the worstthatcan happen, and then ?<br />Wouldthatbe the end of your live ? <br />How bad would the resultsbeon a scale ?<br />Whatcouldyou do to recover the damage<br />What are the resultsorbenefit of more realistic scenario’s ?<br />What are youwaitingfor ?<br />
  52. 52. Write done everything that’s on you’re mind.<br />Five Phases of Natural Planning Techniques<br />Why are we doing this?<br />What would wild success look, sound, or feel like?<br />How would we accomplish it? When do we do these things?)<br />What’s the next action<br />"If the project is still on your mind, your planning is in sufficient”<br />David Allen, Getting things done<br />
  53. 53. Interested ?<br />Visit: razorblade.posterous.com<br />

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