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Digital is the age of wisdom, indeed, the mindset is far more important than talent. Talent can always be developed by those with an open and right mindset.

Digital is the age of wisdom, indeed, the mindset is far more important than talent. Talent can always be developed by those with an open and right mindset.

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Digital master 2016 digital mind crafting

  1. 1. Thinking Habit
  2. 2. A “Thinking Habit” As humans we can not Not think! Our mind is always operating either in the foreground, or the background, at conscious, subconscious or superconscious mode. • A Life Style: Thinking habits are formed even when you were young, and then mastered in adulthood. Education can instill you knowledge, but can't teach one how to think.. • The Habit with five “C”s: To compare, contrast, connect, create, choose with confidence! Critical Thinking has more to do with how you process information, which is a complex mental activity that encompasses all aspects of one's cognitive styles. • Culture of Innovation: In a corporate setting with dysfunctional management, having quiet time to just think could be uncomfortable for somebody who recognizes the hypocrisy and cognitive dissonance that bad management creates.
  3. 3. The Real Thinking Thinking is all of it, the process of being individual and human - it's the inquiry that all of us are engaged in - “Who am I, what am I doing here, what is life?” • Thought Process: There is a lot going on at once that is difficult to break down into the smaller pieces or be definitive about. "Real" thinking occurs when you look for internal understanding in order to find a way to contribute something of value, that is an expression of your understanding based on your internal review of personal understanding and experience. • Quieting the Mind: The best way to develop thinking is in solitude turning within for discovery and asking yourself questions. Thinking has either physical or nonphysical outcomes. Those outcomes can be rational, irrational or maybe just neutral. • Imagination: Imagination is the fountain of thinking and creative communication is the way to convey your thinking vividly. Our communication (writing and speaking) serves and expresses our imagination.
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  5. 5. The Brain, Mind & Gut Human needs to be humbled: Who are you? Are you more than just body and brain? If so, what's behind the wheel? is it your brain that's doing the thinking, or is it you? • The Mind is the Brain in Action:The brain itself is just a bunch of connections, but the mind is a result of those connections in actions interacting/relaying information almost simultaneously throughout different parts of the brain. • The brain Like CPU, and Mind like Software: The brain has to do with the matter, like a hardware. The mind has to do with the flow of energy, like a software, thinking is only a small aspect of consciousness. • Three Centers of Intelligence:The brain, the gut, and the entire body are a receiving and transmitting miracle machine. They are all aligned as a system that brings clarity, openness, wisdom and an ability to speak from the heart without judgment to receive information.
  6. 6. Thinking “Out of Box” The "boxes" are the walls in your mind. “Out of Box” is a metaphor that means to think differently, unconventionally, or from a new perspective. • Throw Conventional Wisdom:"The box" is anything that the average person would come up with after having spent too little time being creative. When someone asks you to "think outside the box" - they're telling you to throw conventional wisdom and pure linear logic out the window for a while, and to let the creative mind run free for a while. • Get out of Comfort Zone: More often, the box is your safety net and your comfort zone. the things are ok and everyone agrees and have the same or similar thoughts. It's a boring tiny space with very little innovative thought contained within the box. In fact, everything in the box is easy to turn stale and stagnant. • Continuous Learning:Thinking outside of box means you are at a continuous learning mode. When one leaves outdated thoughts and standards to seek additional knowledge and experience, they are stepping
  7. 7. Critical Thinking Like quite a few other things, such as leadership, creativity, etc. Critical Thinking is both nature and nurtured. It is a crucial thinking capability for decision making or problem-solving. • Stay Focus: You think critically when you begin to focus and delineate the factors associated with the problem. This requires one to slow down with the way they think.. • Iterative Processes: Critical Thinking as an iterative process leads to a series of refinements based on learning and experience: Rather than "good" or "bad,” Critical Thinking can have potential to be a deeply creative process as well. Hence, Critical Thinking is situation based and individual driven. • Wisdom & Humility Go Hand-in-Hand:The more you know, the more you know you don’t know and admit unknown unknown. You become wise when you are humble enough to be aware of and admit what you don't know and share what you know.
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  9. 9. A Kindness Mind Kindness often starts as a thoughtful mind and deliberate action, but enough of it, and it becomes a habit. • Kindness is a Philosophy: Real kindness requires a thoughtful mind and consistent good behaviors; it’s neither envy nor revenge. Being thoughtful takes wisdom, and having consistent action requires commitment. • Kindness goes with Wisdom:Certainly, you can practice kindness; however, you cannot really see it curing sociopathy. It's a thoughtful mind and deliberate action, it requires the person to commit to the action and consciously consider the result.. • Kindness from Within: You plant an apple seed and you're not going to get an oak tree. Kindness is exactly the same, it's a seed. Plant a lot of kindnesses and watch what happens to your experience of the world. People struggle with the "gap." That is the time it takes for the seed to germinate and grow.
  10. 10. A Happiness Mind Many perhaps think happiness comes from the heart: the joyful moment to cheer you up or the enchanting time to touch your soul. Happiness, according to psychologists, is a state of one's mind. • A State of Mind:Happiness is a state of mind where one hunts for pastures even in a desert. One of the most people’s missions in life–whether they realize it or not – is to find meaning. • Beyond the Mind:You can experience life as a human only through your senses. And senses are directly connected to mind where the stimuli are sent. When happiness becomes a state of mind, and then one is able to let natural emotions arise based on the triggers and handles them to get back to the happier state, it is becoming normal. • Path Finding:Building the working environment to encourage “Thinking” is critical in building the culture of innovation. You use this flow of happiness from inside to make moments a lot lighter.
  11. 11. A Wise Mind Human needs to be humbled: Who are you? Are you more than just body and brain? If so, what's behind the wheel? is it your brain that's doing the thinking, or is it you? • The wisdom is the Full Learning Circle: If knowledge is gained from learning, insight is captured from re-learning, then wisdom is a full set of learning, unlearning and relearning. Wisdom mainly consists of having experience and yet knowing when to discard that experience, when you come across new knowledge - new frontiers to existing knowledge. • Wisdom is wider, Intelligence is Narrow: Knowledge tends to be linear, but wisdom in multidimensional. There is a hidden and growing imbalance in the human mind that results from the contrasting natures of the progressing intellect and stagnant instincts. • Wisdom & Humility Go Hand-in-Hand:The more you know, the more you know you don’t know and admit unknown unknown. You become wiser when you are humble enough to be aware of and admit what you don't know and share what you know.
  12. 12. A Gratitude Mind Be grateful to understand others and be understood. It is the end of the year, but also the time to recharging and making the New Year's Resolution. It is not just the time to gain a few pounds but also doing more PONDERING. • Grateful for Insight: It is the day to be grateful for insight and wisdom, which are the invaluable treasures to warm the heart and fresh the mind at ultimate level, to cure the root cause, not only the symptom of problems. • Grateful for Empathy: Sympathy feeds the hunger, and empathy connects the world. Be grateful to understand others and be understood. • Grateful for Empowerment: Growing and empowering others is the gratitude mind for leaders, and having the ability to grow and empower other talent people.
  13. 13. How to Change Mindset We live in the era, more often "mainstream" mindsets are far lagging behind the internet speed. It must be acknowledged that changing mindset can be a very long process, it takes both vision and strategy. • A mind is like a Parachute: It works best when it’s open. In order to change anyone’s mindset, the individual must have an open mind. Some say, "the most expensive thing anyone can own is a closed mind.” • What Pushes your Button: Each of us generally knows what will push our buttons, but have you digged into the WHY. The root must change for the fruit to change. We must change the belief that causes the thought that creates the emotion, and become a more self-aware and self- improving person with empathy. • Wisdom & Humility Go Hand-in-Hand:Because every person has degrees of both open and closed mindsets in different contexts. Everyone has the ability to change their mindsets. We are all works in progress; learning, growing and changing.
  14. 14. From Mindset to Mind Flow A healthy mind is like a running river, keep flow, keep open, keep cleanse; keep touch, to prepare for merging into the sea... • Embrace Change: To embrace change requires a change of mindset at every level and an understanding that things cannot stay the same. This is the groundwork that has to be done at all levels prior to initiating major change. • Seek Possibilities: It requires that we move from one mind SET to mind FLOW, from fixed mind to growth mind. What is needed right now is continuous change and flexibility of our mind, completely away from being set in a fixed way, to put another way, our mind needs to be continually sharpened & shaped in order to adapt to the changes. • Personal Paradigm Shift: Individual mindset or "personal paradigm,” is related to your functioning as a person - how you think about yourself and the world. Believe it or not, this is the biggest single contributor to how you act in a business situation.

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