In teaching a college-level class recently, my students and I were exposed to a great book by Laurie Beth Jones titled "Jesus, Entreprenuer." One component of the book stood out to me as a good one to blog about, as it proposed a new way to think about decision making. This is referred to as the “SHALT” rule. It applies to our decision making and communications. SHALT is an acronym for Sad, Hungry, Angry, Lonely or Tired. So, since this blog is about human communications, let me explain my take on this. How many times have we said something we…
Do you know that what you focus on is what you will feel? It is true. If you tell yourself something enough you will believe it.
Also, are brain does not undersatnd the word NOT. For example, if you tell yourself that you should stop eating cookies (your brain actually hears- THAT YOU SHOULD EAT cookies).
So, again what you focus on is what you feel, and see. However, our brain can trick us.
Look at the picture embedded below and tell me what you see. Good luck.