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How to Promote Visionary Thinking...?

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Asked by jafar, 07 Mar '13 04:50 pm
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By understanding it & incorporating it in our lives. It is a great concept to know!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 07 Mar '13 04:55 pm

 
  
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We cannot solve the problems that we have created with the same thinking that created them in the first place, said Albert Einstein....hence a visionary thinking is required to achieve success...setting a goal is one of the visions
Answered by Annes, 07 Mar '13 10:53 pm

 
  
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Let me do it for many :)
Answered by conviction, 07 Mar '13 04:55 pm

 
  
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Usually we perform best with mind and body in sync. With our thoughts tied to our actions decisions are made faster, we are more engaged and we feel at one with ourselves.

If you want to be creative, though, sometimes it pays to be out of sync according to a recent study by Huang and Galinsky (2011). They had some people recalling a happy time in their life while at the same time frowning. Another group recalled sad memories while smiling. The idea was to get their minds going one way and their bodies going the other.

In two comparison groups, participants were told to produce consonant mind-body states, i.e. happy memory plus happy face and sad memory plus sad face.

After this participants had to make judgements about how typical words were of a particular category. For example, how typical a vehicle is a camel? How typical a piece of furniture is a telephone? And how typical a vegetable is garlic? These are all weak examples of each category compared with more typical exampl ...more
Answered by Quest, 07 Mar '13 04:53 pm

 
  
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As creatures of habit people automatically go down the same avenues of thought time after time. It's why creating something new is so difficult. Mind-body dissonance, though, sends a signal that we are outside of our comfort zone, that a new type of response is required.
Answered by Psycho, 07 Mar '13 04:51 pm

 
  
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Usually we perform best with mind and body in sync. With our thoughts tied to our actions decisions are made faster, we are more engaged and we feel at one with ourselves.

If you want to be creative, though, sometimes it pays to be out of sync according to a recent study by Huang and Galinsky (2011). They had some people recalling a happy time in their life while at the same time frowning. Another group recalled sad memories while smiling. The idea was to get their minds going one way and their bodies going the other.

In two comparison groups, participants were told to produce consonant mind-body states, i.e. happy memory plus happy face and sad memory plus sad face.

After this participants had to make judgements about how typical words were of a particular category. For example, how typical a vehicle is a camel? How typical a piece of furniture is a telephone? And how typical a vegetable is garlic? These are all weak examples of each category compared with more typical exampl ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 07 Mar '13 04:51 pm

 
  
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