Model of Transformation: Evolating by Dr. Judith Wright and Dr. Bob Wright

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  • Ron has just talked about what you do as a transformational leaderEarn the rightWe will be presenting the results of our recent research and years of coaching and training executives at all levels.We will be presenting a model to explain the shift that Brad talked about as BB transformed from Sound of Music to last man standing, of a seminary student who became one of the best loved most competent leaders of a major US corporation
  • WIIFJudith’s note was: Evolation (spell out like dictionary pronunciations, then define actually ))) 1) non gradual upward movement 2) flying up or out ***Judith, I didn’t find anything reflecting the first definition!!! I morphed this from your dissertation: The term, “Evolating”, indicates a non-gradual upward movement, flying up or out, the act of flying away.”***
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  • *** [THIS IS THE LAST REPETITION OF “THE NEUROSCIENCE OF YEARNING”]
  • the people he wrote about were: Aleister Crowley, Ezra Pound, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ford Madox Ford, Hilaire Belloc, Pascin, John Dos Passos, James Joyce and Gertrude Stein
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  • Intentional business meetingNot B.S. – diversionReference Engaged Team Member
  • Make point about happiness study is engaging at work(Full Court Press will also be addressed in liberating)
  • ***Make point about happiness study is engaging at work(Full Court Press will also be addressed in liberating)
  • BWTransformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior (RABBIT/VASE)Insight (LIGHT BULB)Awakening – seeing the Matrix (MATRIX)Identify your current operating systemDisbeliefingRevealingAcknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defensesAuthenticityGetting & Embracing the GameMatrix Awareness
  • ***BWTransformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior (RABBIT/VASE)Insight (LIGHT BULB)Awakening – seeing the Matrix (MATRIX)Identify your current operating systemDisbeliefingRevealingAcknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defensesAuthenticityGetting & Embracing the GameMatrix Awareness
  • ***BWTransformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior (RABBIT/VASE)Insight (LIGHT BULB)Awakening – seeing the Matrix (MATRIX)Identify your current operating systemDisbeliefingRevealingAcknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defensesAuthenticityGetting & Embracing the GameMatrix Awareness
  • *** (THIS IS THE LAST REPETITION OF THE “PHASE 3 – REVELATING” SLIDE)BWTransformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior (RABBIT/VASE)Insight (LIGHT BULB)Awakening – seeing the Matrix (MATRIX)Identify your current operating systemDisbeliefingRevealingAcknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defensesAuthenticityGetting & Embracing the GameMatrix Awareness
  • BW
  • ExistentialistsNot just cognitive, experience it in your whole body
  • ***ExistentialistsNot just cognitive, experience it in your whole body
  • New wiring occurs when our brain sees existing info in its maps in an entirely NEW WAY. This phenomenon is called an INSIGHT ! This creates a HUGE amount of activity in our brains. It creates a MOTIVATION to act on the insight. It is important to note that though the info / data may not be seen as ours, but the Insight is OURS. This is what creates OWNERSHIP. The picture below shows different brains lighting up in different areas to an INSIGHT. (Source : David Rock, Results Coaching Systems)
  • NEXT….WHAT DO THESE IMAGES HAVE IN COMMON?
  • Bob said this photo could be used for outliers…but what should the thought bubble show???
  • Brad Story: 2 years + storesBrad facilitated self expression, authoring, and expansion, young leaders with as little as two years experience to Example – Tom Terry (not by name)one of CEOs we coach established his firm on a completely different premise from the rest of industryindustry revenue largely generated by providing backroom services for major corporationswanted to have high end expert based firm that provided add’l value and wasn’t burdened by huge administrative machine to manage, to that endhe began developing computer programs to replace back room function and put control of data back in hands of clients, thereby permitting him to partner with them and align at much higher levels of corporationRequired awareness of industry, significant risk in direction by giving control of data back to client, audacity to say and demonstrate that their knowledge base was their value rather than ability to push pencils continue steep development curve, and expand into positions, responsible for up to $25 million stores,Conditions of Liberating:AwarenessRiskAudacity
  • This slide builds it
  • [SEEMS LIKE INSERTING THESE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PREVIOUS SLIDE BUILD WILL BE DIFFICULT – BUT I WILL IF THAT’S WHERE YOU WANT THEM. I THINK THE BUILD WILL BE MUCH COOLER IF WE DO THE WHOLE THING RATHER THAN STOPPING AT INTRAPRENEURSHIP.]
  • [FLASH THIS SLIDE VERY BRIEFLY, THEN GO TO THE ANIMATION OF THE EXAMPLES – NEXT SLIDE]BW – FedEx dogs [???]George Washington crossing DelawareFull Court PressGoldman SachsIntrapreneurs10 comandments – [Kate slide with the 3 intrapreneurs]Bob’s example of positive deviants – Baird & WarnerBest Buy – what Brad did3M- Pinchot, intrapreneurshipGoogle – 20% time, Dan Pink videoAtlassian – FedEx days, people are let loose and need to deliver a product within 24 hours Goldman Sachs-coached managing directors, difficult time in social lives reining in aggressive, free wheeling behavior, financial industry GS pedigree indicates winner that goes for the gold, take no prisonersNEXT SLIDE SERIES IS THE BLACK BACKGROUND LOGOS WITH THE EXAMPLE CATEGORIES:InsurgentsIconoclastsPositive DeviantsIntrapreneursOutliers
  • ***[LAST REPETITION OF “THE SCIENCE OF LIBERATING” SLIDES]
  • Have to do new things in order to learn – Brain loves noveltyAt its best when on the edgeStretching outside of familiarLearning only happens at edge of ability
  • ***Have to do new things in order to learn – Brain loves noveltyAt its best when on the edgeStretching outside of familiarLearning only happens at edge of ability
  • Deck chairs on the titanic -- I chose the older-looking photo to be more Titanic like, but the one off to the side is more obviously deck chairs. Paste the other one over top of this
  • AIRPLANE IN THE AIR
  • Examples of firms we’ve worked with that did not rematrix John Davidoff Tom Terry Larry Kirschbaum Midway-rematrixing as a corporationStandard computer game $20 mill plus/minusGiven hit driven nature of industry, heavy load when only a few games released earn their development fee and even fewer exceed thatHoly grail of industry to develop unified design platform where each gun, automobile and prop would not need to be designed newNot only a technical challenge but a human systems challengeMidway games of Chicago, first company to accomplish thisAs they were pursuing this goal, widely ridiculed by large firms who had all failed at the taskJob required pulling together diverse specialties into tight teams that would work with highly talented outside contractorUnder direction of Matt Booty, former COO and most recently CEO, lofty goal was achieved thereby paving the way for other gamemakersIn order for them to accomplish this, they needed to: tap their yearning, engage in the experiment, revelate many times over, liberate by repeatedly experimenting and developing new technologiesUltimately rematrix to have the entire company rethink how they designed gamesWith great sadness that we all sold midway sold to warner bros because of financial mismanagement in the past just when they were developing a track record of turning out the highest rated games and making a profit that would have stood them in good stead, had war among the financial investors not broken out
  • Examples of firms we’ve worked with that did not rematrix John Davidoff Tom Terry Larry Kirschbaum Midway-rematrixing as a corporationStandard computer game $20 mill plus/minusGiven hit driven nature of industry, heavy load when only a few games released earn their development fee and even fewer exceed thatHoly grail of industry to develop unified design platform where each gun, automobile and prop would not need to be designed newNot only a technical challenge but a human systems challengeMidway games of Chicago, first company to accomplish thisAs they were pursuing this goal, widely ridiculed by large firms who had all failed at the taskJob required pulling together diverse specialties into tight teams that would work with highly talented outside contractorUnder direction of Matt Booty, former COO and most recently CEO, lofty goal was achieved thereby paving the way for other gamemakersIn order for them to accomplish this, they needed to: tap their yearning, engage in the experiment, revelate many times over, liberate by repeatedly experimenting and developing new technologiesUltimately rematrix to have the entire company rethink how they designed gamesWith great sadness that we all sold midway sold to warner bros because of financial mismanagement in the past just when they were developing a track record of turning out the highest rated games and making a profit that would have stood them in good stead, had war among the financial investors not broken out
  • BW
  • Go to Video of Famous Failures
  • BW
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  • MANIFESTATIONS OF EVOLATINGGreatening EnliveningSelfeningPotentializing Transforming Catalyzing Phases BecomeWays of Living
  • FAMOUS FACES MAY GO HERE!!!!
  • On the right are friends and associates of Courbet including writers George Sand and Charles Baudelaire, Champfleury, Pierre-JosepOn the right hand side, one can recognise the bearded profile of Alfred Bruyas, and behind him, facing us, the philosopher Proudhon. The critic Champfleury is seated on a stool, whilst Baudelaire is absorbed in a book. The couple in the foreground personify art lovers, and, near the window, two lovers represent free love.h Proudhon, and collector Alfred Bruyas
  • Belloc
  • Gertrude Stein
  • Gertrude Stein
  • Brain Connection
  • Model of Transformation: Evolating by Dr. Judith Wright and Dr. Bob Wright

    1. 1. Living a Great Life: The Theory of <br />Model of Transformation: <br />EVOLATING<br />Personal Transformation Model and its Application in Leadership and Organizational Development<br />Dr. Judith S. Wright & Dr. Robert J. Wright<br />The Transformational Leadership <br />Symposium November 21, 2009<br />Benefits of Evolating - Short<br />
    2. 2. Evolating<br /><ul><li>Keeps you and your company current and competitive
    3. 3. Keeps you and staff on your cutting edge
    4. 4. Keeps you and staff learning, growing, and stretching</li></li></ul><li>Evolating helps you…<br /><ul><li>Avoid traps of stasis
    5. 5. Maximize ability to move, adapt to your world, and change
    6. 6. Maximize productivity
    7. 7. Enhance your growth and the growth of those you lead</li></li></ul><li>Evolating<br /><ul><li>Provides:</li></ul>map and tool of self evaluation<br />diagnostic tool when stuck<br /><ul><li>Explains:</li></ul>why some break down<br />why others thrive <br />why still others fail<br />
    8. 8. Evolation<br />Ev`o`la´tionn.1. A non-gradual upward movement. 2. A flying out, up, or away.<br />
    9. 9. Evolution<br />Ev`o`lu´tion<br />n.1. a gradual adaptation to the world that exists<br />
    10. 10. Evolation<br />Ev`o`la´tionDiscontinuous change or transformation to a more advanced stage of being <br />
    11. 11. Consciously engaging in one’s evolution with the intent of continual transformation <br />The process by which one lives and creates a great life<br />The catalytic power that causes one to become a transformational leader who facilitates the evolation of others<br />Evolating<br />
    12. 12. Evolating: The Six Phases<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    13. 13. The Hero’s Journey<br />An audio example<br />
    14. 14. Evolating: The Six Phases<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    15. 15. Yearning, the deepest motivator <br />Yearning is marked by…<br /><ul><li>Undefined Longing
    16. 16. Vague Dissatisfaction
    17. 17. A Problem to Solve
    18. 18. A Goal to Achieve
    19. 19. It is often distorted in
    20. 20. Mis-wanting
    21. 21. Yearning vs. Craving
    22. 22. Acting vs. sensing
    23. 23. Loss aversion</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />Phase One—Yearning<br />
    24. 24. Neuroscience 101<br />Breakthroughs in neuroscience<br />Discovering neuroplasticity<br />Neurons that fire together, wire together<br />Developing new neuropathways<br />Deep practice repeated over long periods of time<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    25. 25. Neurons 3<br />
    26. 26. Computergraphic neurons<br />
    27. 27. neurons<br />
    28. 28. Neuroscience 101<br />Breakthroughs in neuroscience<br />Discovering neuroplasticity<br />Neurons that fire together, wire together<br />Developing new neuropathways<br />Deep practice repeated over long periods of time<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    29. 29. http://www.greenspine.ca/media/neuron_culture_800px.jpg<br />Neuron Culture<br />
    30. 30. Neuroscience 101<br />Breakthroughs in neuroscience<br />Discovering neuroplasticity<br />Neurons that fire together, wire together<br />Developing new neuropathways<br />Deep practice repeated over long periods of time<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    31. 31. Wanting and Liking<br /><ul><li>Excitatory versus Satisfactory
    32. 32. Dopamine versus opioids
    33. 33. Oxytosin / Serotonin</li></ul>Wanting versus Altruism<br />Seeking related to Satisfaction<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />The Neuroscience of Yearning<br />
    34. 34. WANTING<br />(dopamine)<br />LIKING<br />(opioid)<br />
    35. 35. Extrinsic Motivation vs. Intrinsic<br />Ignition<br /><ul><li>Primal cues</li></ul>Long term fuel<br /><ul><li>The Transformational Urge</li></ul>The Science of Yearning<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    36. 36. Spark<br />
    37. 37.
    38. 38. Claude<br />Monet<br />Otto <br />Schölderer<br />Auguste<br />Renoir<br />Emile <br />Zola<br />Edmond <br />Maître<br />Frédéric<br />Bazille<br />Zacharie<br />Astruc<br />Manet<br />Manet’sstuio<br />
    39. 39.
    40. 40. Ignition<br /><ul><li>Primal cues</li></ul>Long term fuel<br /><ul><li>The transformational Urge</li></ul>Intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation<br />The Science of Yearning<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    41. 41. Campfire<br />
    42. 42.
    43. 43. <ul><li>Yearning translated into action
    44. 44. Perpetual process - taking action
    45. 45. Presencing
    46. 46. Risking
    47. 47. Embracing mistakes</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />Phase 2─Engaging<br />
    48. 48. The Science of Engaging<br />Positive Psychology Studies:Happiness=Engaging<br />Workplace studies:<br /><ul><li>Presenteeism = 61% of lost productivity, $250B/year
    49. 49. Employee Satisfaction = Intentional Engaging</li></ul>Success Studies:Grit = Success<br /><ul><li>West Point Cadets
    50. 50. Lewis Terman studies (Stanford Binet test inventor)</li></ul>Full Court Press<br />Talent and Intelligence vs. Engaging<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    51. 51. http://fupaper.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/090511_r18464_p4651.jpg<br />
    52. 52. The Science of Engaging<br />Positive Psychology Studies:Happiness=Engaging<br />Workplace studies:<br /><ul><li>Presenteeism = 61% of lost productivity, $250B/year
    53. 53. Employee Satisfaction = Intentional Engaging</li></ul>Success Studies:Grit = Success<br /><ul><li>West Point Cadets
    54. 54. Lewis Terman studies (Stanford Binet test inventor)</li></ul>Full Court Press<br />Talent and Intelligence vs. Engaging<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    55. 55. <ul><li>We learn by engaging, making mistakes & correcting
    56. 56. Learning only occurs through intentional engaging
    57. 57. Long, hard, and deep practice</li></ul>The Neuroscience of Engaging<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    58. 58. <ul><li>Transformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior
    59. 59. Insight
    60. 60. Awakening – seeing the Matrix
    61. 61. Identify your current operating system
    62. 62. Disbeliefing
    63. 63. Revealing
    64. 64. Acknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defenses
    65. 65. Authenticity
    66. 66. Getting & Embracing the Game</li></ul>Phase 3—Revelating<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    67. 67.
    68. 68.
    69. 69. <ul><li>Transformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior
    70. 70. Insight
    71. 71. Awakening – seeing the Matrix
    72. 72. Identify your current operating system
    73. 73. Disbeliefing
    74. 74. Revealing
    75. 75. Acknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defenses
    76. 76. Authenticity
    77. 77. Getting & Embracing the Game</li></ul>Phase 3—Revelating<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    78. 78. http://groups.psych.northwestern.edu/mbeeman/images/bright_idea.jpg<br />Revelating<br />
    79. 79. <ul><li>Transformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior
    80. 80. Insight
    81. 81. Awakening – seeing the Matrix
    82. 82. Identify your current operating system
    83. 83. Disbeliefing
    84. 84. Revealing
    85. 85. Acknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defenses
    86. 86. Authenticity
    87. 87. Getting & Embracing the Game</li></ul>Phase 3—Revelating<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    88. 88.
    89. 89. <ul><li>Transformation requires dramatic shift in perspective and behavior
    90. 90. Insight
    91. 91. Awakening – seeing the Matrix
    92. 92. Identify your current operating system
    93. 93. Disbeliefing
    94. 94. Revealing
    95. 95. Acknowledging blocks,blindspots, resistance, defenses
    96. 96. Authenticity
    97. 97. Getting & Embracing the Game</li></ul>Phase 3—Revelating<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    98. 98. Revelating<br />Main Realizations are:<br /><ul><li>I am programmed.
    99. 99. I operate from beliefs that are not necessarily true and limit my possibilities.
    100. 100. Things can be different. What I thought was impossible is possible.
    101. 101. Things are not as they seem.
    102. 102. I create my reality.
    103. 103. I am not a victim.
    104. 104. Emotions are important and powerful.
    105. 105. Truth is power.</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    106. 106. <ul><li>Matrix formation & Implications
    107. 107. Matrix laid down from early experiences
    108. 108. Implicit memories and Explicit memories
    109. 109. Form basic beliefs that create your reality
    110. 110. Hardwired info is what drives our perceptions, beliefs, identity
    111. 111. Revelating is the beginning of a new neural pathway
    112. 112. Positivity increases revelating
    113. 113. Creating atmosphere for insight</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />The Neuroscience of Revelating<br />
    114. 114. Neurons 3<br />
    115. 115.
    116. 116. <ul><li>Matrix formation & Implications
    117. 117. Matrix laid down from early experiences
    118. 118. Implicit memories and Explicit memories
    119. 119. Form basic beliefs that create your reality
    120. 120. Hardwired info is what drives our perceptions, beliefs, identity
    121. 121. Revelating is the beginning of a new neural pathway
    122. 122. Positivity increases revelating
    123. 123. Creating atmosphere for insight</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />The Neuroscience of Revelating<br />
    124. 124. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_JEQm-yw-vPk/SN8KBnKl1pI/AAAAAAAAAHY/_M4DIUssF04/s1600-h/brain+insights .jpg <br />
    125. 125. headbulb<br />
    126. 126. http://fupaper.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/090511_r18464_p4651.jpg<br />
    127. 127. Washington Crossing Delaware<br />
    128. 128.
    129. 129.
    130. 130.
    131. 131. <ul><li>Evolators act on the awarenesses of revelating
    132. 132. Breaking free from
    133. 133. Becoming free to
    134. 134. Risking becomes audacity
    135. 135. Manifestations of liberating
    136. 136. Self expression
    137. 137. Authoring
    138. 138. Expansion
    139. 139. Flow</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />Phase 4—Liberating<br />
    140. 140.
    141. 141. Rules for<br />Build your team, intrapreneuring is not a solo activity.<br />Share credit widely.<br />Ask for advice before you ask for resources.<br />Underpromise and overdeliver -- publicity triggers the corporate immune system.<br />Do any job needed to make your dream work, regardless of your job description.<br />Remember it is easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission.<br />Keep the best interests of the company and its customers in mind, especially when you have to bend the rules or circumvent the bureaucracy.<br />Come to work each day willing to be fired.<br />Be true to your goals, but be realistic about how to achieve them.<br />Honor and educate your sponsors. <br />--- Gifford Pinchot<br />
    142. 142. Rules for<br />Build your team, intrapreneuring is not a solo activity.<br />Share credit widely.<br />Ask for advice before you ask for resources.<br />Underpromise and overdeliver -- publicity triggers the corporate immune system.<br />Do any job needed to make your dream work, regardless of your job description.<br />Remember it is easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission.<br />Keep the best interests of the company and its customers in mind, especially when you have to bend the rules or circumvent the bureaucracy.<br />Come to work each day willing to be fired.<br />Be true to your goals, but be realistic about how to achieve them.<br />Honor and educate your sponsors. <br />Rules for Intrepreneurship<br />--- Gifford Pinchot<br />
    143. 143. Rules for<br />Build your team, intrapreneuring is not a solo activity.<br />Share credit widely.<br />Ask for advice before you ask for resources.<br />Underpromise and overdeliver -- publicity triggers the corporate immune system.<br />Do any job needed to make your dream work, regardless of your job description.<br />Remember it is easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission.<br />Keep the best interests of the company and its customers in mind, especially when you have to bend the rules or circumvent the bureaucracy.<br />Come to work each day willing to be fired.<br />Be true to your goals, but be realistic about how to achieve them.<br />Honor and educate your sponsors. <br />--- Gifford Pinchot<br />
    144. 144. <ul><li>Have to experiment
    145. 145. Best Buy
    146. 146. 3M
    147. 147. Google
    148. 148. Atlassian ─ “FedEx”</li></ul>Liberating<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    149. 149. Kids – squiggle graph<br />
    150. 150. Fixed mind vs. growth mind<br />
    151. 151. The Science of Liberating<br />Growth Mindset<br />Embraces challenges<br />Persists<br />Seeks and learns from feedback<br />Inspired by others’ success<br />Greater sense of self will<br />Ever higher levels of achievement<br />Fixed Mindset<br />Avoids challenges<br />Gives up early<br />Ignores useful negative feedback<br />Feels threatened by others’ success<br />Deterministic view of the world<br />Plateaus early, achieves less than potential<br />vs. <br />vs. <br />vs. <br />vs. <br />vs. <br />vs. <br />vs. <br />
    152. 152. The Neuroscience of Liberating<br /><ul><li>Have to do new things in order to learn
    153. 153. Brain loves novelty
    154. 154. At its best when on the edge
    155. 155. Stretching outside of familiar</li></ul>Learning only happens at edge of ability<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    156. 156. Matrix –bad image<br />
    157. 157. The Neuroscience of Liberating<br /><ul><li>Have to do new things in order to learn
    158. 158. Brain loves novelty
    159. 159. At its best when on the edge
    160. 160. Stretching outside of familiar</li></ul>Learning only happens at edge of ability<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    161. 161. <ul><li>The difference between growing and transforming
    162. 162. Developing a new matrix
    163. 163. Laying new track, but recognizing the old Matrix is always there
    164. 164. Change your identity
    165. 165. A complex process with manydifferent strategic moves necessary to effectuate true transformation</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />Phase 5—Rematrixing<br />
    166. 166.
    167. 167.
    168. 168.
    169. 169.
    170. 170. Neuroplasticity<br /><ul><li>Laying new neural pathways
    171. 171. Can’t unwire, need to build new
    172. 172. Takes repeated activity & conscious engagement</li></ul>Competitive plasticity<br /><ul><li>Use it or lose it</li></ul>Long, Hard & Deep<br /><ul><li>10,000 hours
    173. 173. Hard work
    174. 174. Deep, Deliberate practice</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />The Neuroscience of Rematrixing<br />
    175. 175. neural<br />
    176. 176. Man in brain<br />
    177. 177. Neuroplasticity<br /><ul><li>Laying new neural pathways
    178. 178. Can’t unwire, need to build new
    179. 179. Takes repeated activity & conscious engagement</li></ul>Competitive plasticity<br /><ul><li>Use it or lose it</li></ul>Long, Hard & Deep<br /><ul><li>10,000 hours
    180. 180. Hard work
    181. 181. Deep, Deliberate practice</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />The Neuroscience of Rematrixing<br />
    182. 182. Devoting to Evolating as a way of life <br /><ul><li>Setting up systems, situations, patterns that continually challenge and facilitate transformation</li></ul>It’s not a destination, a process<br />Evolating doesn’t occur without dedicating<br />Life defining commitment – One Decision<br />Phase 6—Dedicating<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    183. 183.
    184. 184. Properties:<br /><ul><li>Devoting
    185. 185. Choicing
    186. 186. Persevering
    187. 187. Investing
    188. 188. Resources (time, money, energy)
    189. 189. Paying the price
    190. 190. Flipping on the up
    191. 191. Purposing</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />Dedicating<br />
    192. 192. <ul><li>Long term commitment = phenomenal results
    193. 193. Transformational leaders live and lead from the frontal lobe, not limbic system
    194. 194. Seat of consciousness, intent & vision</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />The Neuroscience of Dedicating<br />
    195. 195.
    196. 196.
    197. 197. <ul><li>Long term commitment = phenomenal results
    198. 198. Transformational leaders live and lead from the frontal lobe, not limbic system
    199. 199. Seat of consciousness, intent & vision</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />The Neuroscience of Dedicating<br />
    200. 200.
    201. 201. http://data5.blog.de/media/041/3597041_b3167234ff_m.png<br />Brain - Evolution<br />
    202. 202. http://www.bleepingherald.com/images/bluebrain.jpg<br />Brain – blue and radiating<br />
    203. 203. Overview of Evolating<br /><ul><li>Choicing
    204. 204. Committing
    205. 205. Learning and Growing
    206. 206. Awakening
    207. 207. Authoring
    208. 208. Paying the Price</li></ul>Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    209. 209. Evolating: The Six Phases<br />Yearning<br />Engaging<br />Dedicating<br />Revelating<br />Rematrixing<br />Liberating<br />
    210. 210. Evolators<br /><ul><li>Transform themselves and the world
    211. 211. Live great lives
    212. 212. Reject simple fixes and easy solutions
    213. 213. Continually step into the unknown
    214. 214. Courageously create their next most radiant selves
    215. 215. Engage in lives full of meaning and purpose
    216. 216. Create an ever-expanding consciousness
    217. 217. Live into an ever-greatening potential and set of possibilities . . . for themselves and for the world </li></li></ul><li>
    218. 218.
    219. 219.
    220. 220.
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    225. 225.
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    227. 227.
    228. 228.
    229. 229. Gustave Courbet (1819-1877) The Artist&apos;s Studio, a real allegory summing up seven years of my artistic and moral lifeBetween 1854 and 1855Oil on CanvasH. 361; W. 598 cmParis, musée<br />Smallhttp://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/collections/works-in-focus/painting.html?no_cache=1&zoom=1&tx_damzoom_pi1[showUid]=2364 d&apos;Orsay<br />Large<br />http://www.histoire-image.org/photo/zoom/geo4_courbet_001f.jpg<br />Pierre-Joseph Proudon<br />Alfred<br />Bruyas<br />George Sand<br />CharlesBaudelaire<br />Champfleury<br />
    230. 230. Bazille’s Studio<br />Émile<br />Zola<br />Monet<br />Bazille<br />Edmond <br />Maitre<br />Édouard<br />Manet<br />Renoir<br />
    231. 231.
    232. 232. Aliester Crowley<br />
    233. 233. Aliester Crowley<br />
    234. 234. F. Scott Fitzgerald<br />
    235. 235. Ford<br />
    236. 236. James Joyce<br />
    237. 237. John Dos Passos<br />
    238. 238. Jules Pascin<br />
    239. 239. Optical Illusion<br />
    240. 240. Ezra Pound<br />
    241. 241. Ezra Pound<br />
    242. 242.
    243. 243.
    244. 244. Washington Crossing the Deleware<br />
    245. 245. http://www.mindmodulations.com/mindmods/images/blogimages//biofeedback-neuroplasticity.jpg<br />Neuroplasticity<br />
    246. 246. http://www.brainline.org/images/uploads/orig/2009/0028.jpg<br />Neurons 1<br />
    247. 247. Neurons 2<br />http://internetservices.readingeagle.com/blog/tullio/archives/neurons.jpg<br />
    248. 248. Fixed vsGrowth Mindset<br />
    249. 249. Brain – Medical<br />http://media.rd.com/rd/images/rdc/mag0703/brain-biology-medical-research-biology-01-af.jpg<br />
    250. 250. http://frrl.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/mystrokeofinsight_brain.jpg <br />Brain – colored swirls<br />
    251. 251. Function of Hemispheres<br />Hemisphere’s function<br />http://www.ximnet.com.my/thelab/images/upload/FF_70_brain1_f.jpg<br />
    252. 252. Memory –Sunset<br />http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Books/Pix/pictures/2008/07/04/memorysunset <br />
    253. 253. Music<br />rex460.jpg<br />http://www.vth.biz/driver/sites/vth.biz/files/blogimages/brainmusic.jpg<br />
    254. 254.
    255. 255. Runner - colored<br />
    256. 256. Blue Fire on water<br />
    257. 257. Person w/ lightbulb & ladder to sky<br />
    258. 258. Underwater figures<br />
    259. 259. Lightbulb & blackswan<br />
    260. 260. Firey hoop<br />
    261. 261. Brain – novelty sensitive areas<br />
    262. 262. Brain - areas<br />
    263. 263. Brain – facebook/twitter etc.<br />
    264. 264. Kid with guitar – needs editing<br />
    265. 265. Dog miscommunication<br />
    266. 266. Good job<br />
    267. 267. I am beautiful<br />
    268. 268. You’re smart<br />
    269. 269. Fire spinning<br />
    270. 270. Positive Deviants<br />
    271. 271. neuron<br />
    272. 272. mississippi<br />
    273. 273. mississippi<br />

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