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The more we can imagine the more we can achieve is a belief based on being brought up as a Christian. From the bible in Ephesians 3:20 an excerpt says “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us.” Now this is through Jesus Christ, of course. What if, and it could be that this message is aimed at all of us in order to bring out “our most exceptional qualities”.
Known to many, we only use about 10% of our brain’s capacity. Some are determined to develop themselves to higher levels of intellectuality while others of the human race switch off to the slightest form of distress from overworking or settle for idleness. Often, they become smug after reaching objectives, exhausted from stretching forward, and thus take all their “FREE time” to unwind by acting as though they can sit back and relax forever. Although this feeling is an important ingredient to the equation true effectiveness requires time control and a resilient attitude trait to push on to achieve outstanding results.
FREE time is a must as long as maximizing potential growth isn’t exaggerated by overstepping the mark to go beyond what is proper or allowed in order to be a cut above the rest. Good quality results are essential all throughout the process of one’s work. However, to create outstanding productivity with top-notch results there needs to be a higher-level generation of performance. One area to reach fruition is to work on machine like mechanics such as syntax or spiritual awareness.
Syntax refers to the rules that define the structure of a language. Syntax in computer programming means the rules that control the structure of the symbols, punctuation, and words of a programming language. Without syntax, the meaning or semantics of a language is nearly impossible to understand. Programming of the mind, however, can be used to control your mind for good or bad. Mind Programming presents tools to give the power to program the mind to empower individuals to realize their goals and desires.
NLP “Neuro-linguistic programming”, not to be confused with “NLP Natural language processing” is a psychological approach that involves analyzing strategies used by successful individuals and applying them to reach a personal goal. It relates thoughts, language, and patterns of behavior learned through experience to specific outcomes.
Examples of NLP meta-programs include the preference for overview or detail, the preference for where to place one's attention during conversation, habitual linguistic patterns and body language, and so on. Related concepts in other disciplines are known as cognitive styles or thinking styles. In layman terms, NLP can be compared to flicking light switches.
You don’t need to understand how electricity works. Nonetheless, in the dark and having to turn the lights on for a well-lit room, isn’t rocket science. Switching on the right buttons will make dreams reality. Learning when and how to produce results will eventually cause positive answers from our actions.
Prof. Carl Boniface
Excerpt (n) = extract, passage, quote, selection, piece
Idleness (n) = inactivity, laziness, lethargy, inertia, redundancy, apathy
Smug (adj) = self-satisfied, superior, self-righteous, conceited, complacent, full of yourself, (ant) humble
Semantics (n) = the branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. There are a number of branches and subbranches of semantics, including formal semantics, which studies the logical aspects of meaning, such as sense, reference, implication, and logical form, lexical semantics, which studies word meanings and word relations, and conceptual semantics, which studies the cognitive structure of meaning.
NLP Natural language processing = Natural language processing is a technology at the intersection of linguistics, computer science, and artificial intelligence (AI). It helps make products better.
Cognitive styles = Example of cognitive psychology: the concept of learning itself is also an example of cognition. This is about the way in which the brain makes connections while remembering what is learned. The ability to reason logically is an excellent example of cognition, problem solving and making judgments about information.