What you think, You create, What you feel, You attract, What you imagine, You become.
What you think, You create, What you feel, You attract, What you imagine, You become.
We are a community of individuals with an interchangeable desire and imagination to awake each morning with the energy, drive, and expectations in living a fuller purposeful life. Imagination is one of our abilities to create new ideas, reshape our reality, and experience situations we may have only dreamed of. Your imagination creates your daydreams. How would you live your life if your dreams, desires, and expectations were there waiting for you each morning, wrapped up in a gift box at the foot of your bed? Guess what they're there waiting for you each morning.
Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it, we go nowhere. CARL SAGAN
If you have a moment, focus on what your feeling at the end of the next sentence. You won the lottery today for $425 million dollars. Pause........ how does that make you feel?
You created that feeling. It's real, and you just experienced it. What if you could create that rewarding feeling today and every day without winning a penny? Here's the great news you can. You imagined it. Imagination is a fabulous tool; it's about trying something out before doing it.
In his Ted x presentation "The Psychology of Your Future Self," Harvard psychologist Dr. Daniel Gilbert made the point we tend to think the person we are today is the person we will always be.
Daniel points out when making a list of things you liked 10 years ago, songs, movies, books, actors, best friends, your favorite places, as you read the list, you begin to realize they may not be of the same interest and importance to you now as they were 10 years ago. Yes, they hold history, and history is being made everyday by ourselves. How many of us wake up each morning to realize the day is as the movie was "Groundhog day." Good, if you didn't know that, each day could become and for some is groundhog day, you'd be living your life the same way each day. The action initiative when knowing you've fallen into the repetitiveness of each day being the same, you'd make adjustments without fear, without doubt, without hesitation of waking each morning making changes no matter how small into living life as your future self. As you made those changes, you begin to realize life will never be the same. It will be filled with an abundance of the excitement of fulfilling your desires and living in with love, abundance, and happiness.
Today's questions are, what are you doing to prepare yourself to wake up tomorrow living as your energized, successful future self? Is your history of past stories that don't serve you to hold you back from being all you desire? Are you ready to live fully? "Live out of your imagination, not your history ." Stephen R. Covey
You may be asking how will CIA 222 be a factor in my growth? CIA 222 brings natural positive influences from collaborators, authors of their futures, and connectors in the form of support.
Becoming a better version of your future self requires action. What new action steps would replace old ones? Did you take the quantum leap from what was already there as good and hyper-spaced into greatness? One rule to store in mind is to carry with you the same positive life values igniting a fire of change to your limiting beliefs. Limiting beliefs often visit us with an array of inner voices and thoughts that dampen and steal our Dreams, Visions, and desires from us. CIA 222 provides tools and resources in turning the volume down to these voices and replacing them with your vision for a better you.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” ―Albert Einstein.
Interacting with us as your coach is about the wins you'll have within yourself for the day, week, month, the next quarter. From these daily wins, you begin to realize your future self is filtering into what is now your reality. You'll know this on your own as you'll recognize your growth from what you were in the past and what is now.
Your thoughts are the main ingredient of your power. It can add to confusion, stress, doubts, panic attacks, and unworthiness, to name a few. When you add to the focus and emotions, thoughts become powerful and can affect your reality. The thoughts that pass through your mind are responsible for almost everything that happens in your life. Not all thoughts are equal. In our community, we will always be working with thoughts. The thoughts you are thinking of, the words your mind is processing, are all electrical impulses that can be measured if you had a few wires hooked up between your head and a machine. So thoughts are energy. Are you leaking energy?
Thought power is the key to creating your reality. Everything you perceive in the physical world has its origin in the invisible, inner world of your thoughts and beliefs. ... Put another way, the conditions and circumstances of your life are a result of your collective thoughts and beliefs.
We are aware of a tiny fraction of the thinking that goes on in our minds, and we can control only a tiny part of our conscious thoughts. The vast majority of our thinking efforts goes on subconsciously. Only one or two of these thoughts are likely to breach into consciousness at a time.
Many studies and research have shown that your thoughts send out measurable energy past your own brain. ... And, those thoughts may be influencing people far from you. So, be careful about what you think. Thoughts can travel. Pause for a moment. If this sounds strange, think about the millions who pray. We work in both a clinical and metaphysical approach to life
Most thoughts arise without our choosing. We might think we choose our thoughts, one-by-one, but if we take a moment to observe how thoughts come up, we will see they do just that—come up, without any warning or thought put into them. There is no entity within us who chooses any single thought.
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Vilfredo Pareto published his findings on The 80/20 rule to help you identify where most of your time, money, or energy is best spent. Using the 80/20 rule, you can determine achievable goals and outline specific tasks to reach them, and stay focused on what makes the most impact. The 80/20 rule is a statistical principle that states 80% of results often come from approximately 20% of causes. Example: It's said 20% of a sales force sells 80 percent of the company's sales, and 80% of the sales force sells 20% of company sales
So what does this mean for you, and how can we be of assistance to you?
When you find your Zone, Destiny, Passion, Purpose, you're functioning in the 20% group, gaining 80% of the assets. It's like going to work, if you're with a purpose you're not working but living your life while you're working every day
We work with you developing and growing into all you can be.
The 80/20 rule can help you identify where most of your time, money, or energy is best spent. Using the 80/20 rule, you can determine achievable goals and outline specific tasks to reach them, and stay focused on what makes the most impact. Here are just a few benefits the 80/20 rule provides:
There are many ways to put the 80/20 rule into practice in your life. The following examples demonstrate how to use the 80/20 to analyze success and improvement factors and maximize efforts to achieve results.
Applying the 80/20 rule to business matters has several advantages, especially how you can streamline its business model to invest in the people, products, and systems that offer the biggest returns.
For example, Ben is the owner of a small business that has gained popularity over the past year. Ben uses the 80/20 rule to optimize his restaurant hours to discover that nearly 15% of the restaurant's hours yield 85% of revenue. This 15% indicates that his peak hours are between 7 and 9 p.m. Ben decides to extend his dinner service by one hour to increase revenue during peak hours potentially.
In your career, you can apply the 80/20 rule to streamline your job search, seek out the most impactful opportunities, and build a strong professional network. For example, Tanya is a marketing professional re-entering the workforce after being a stay-at-home mom for four years. She wants to find a position that combines her market analysis skills and personal interest in organic baby products. Tanya applies the 80/20 rule to her job search to use 80% of her time searching for and applying to market research jobs for infant wellness companies and 20% of her time applying to other marketing positions in other industries. With this method, Tanya streamlines her job search tasks that relate directly to her intended career path while still keeping her options open to other jobs that might lead to opportunities.
Related: Setting Goals to Improve Your Career
You can use the 80/20 rule to determine which tasks yield the most significant impact and optimize your productivity for the most results. Use the Pareto principle to schedule your time, complete important tasks, set realistic deadlines, and improve your focus. For example, Jolene works from home as a medical coder. Although she has the ability to set her own hours, she finds herself working late to reach deadlines. Jolene uses the 80/20 rule to identify which 25% of her daily tasks make up 75% of her week’s work. She dedicates 75% of each day to the most impactful tasks, improving her time management and ability to reach critical deadlines. Related: Using Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to Achieve Goals
Applying the Pareto Principle to customer relations can help you understand how to understand best how they affect business. Abby is a hairstylist looking to expand her clientele. She uses the 80/20 rule to discover that 80% of her new clients were referrals from 20% of her existing clients. Abby utilizes this word-of-mouth advertising strategy and offers discounts to clients who refer people to book appointments with her. This plan can help her increase revenue, improve relationships with clients. A Vilfredo Pareto published his findings and focused her time learning new styling techniques. You can use the 80/20 rule to structure your time and effort more effectively, increasing your personal productivity or enhancing your business strategy. This principle can improve your organization and time management skills, making you a strong candidate for a new position and a valuable employee in the workplace. Consider using the 80/20 rule to identify areas you can optimize as you progress in your career.