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New beginnings: Frameworks that hold evidence

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Good morning everyone here is a quote from Plato: You know that the beginning is the most important part of any work expecially in the case of a young and tender thing;for that is the tme in which the charater is being formed and the desired impression is more readily taken (Plato)

The challenge of new ideas can create and contribute to incomplete projects. The solution is in the developmental phases of your idea. Concepts fail and succeed. Deciding to develop a framework that proves solid brings growth  and sustainable which brings success. Plato suggest, ” young and tender thing that is the time in which the character is being formed and the desired impression is ore readily taken”. How to build character in business? It begins with your own beliefs about business. For example, mimicking ethical behaviors that promote honesty integrity and questioning your on beliefs are important beginning frameworks. Pierce suggest four methods in fixing your beliefs: tenacity, authority,priority and reasoning (Houser & kloesel, 1992).

Many business owners today find it difficult to exam their belief systems because it causes one to look beyond the surface. You must look deep in the core of your beliefs to determine how your beliefs developed? What internal and external forces affect your beliefs? And, if there are areas in your belief system that will affect building your business, establishing relationships and helping others become successful. The framework must come from a beginning and identifying the root will begin your new journey.

Lewis, (1942) theory of change provides reliable and valid evidence on how to begin the change process. The theory discussed three key concepts, unfreezing, change and freezing (pp.5). These three steps are the framwork of truths that hold evidence in developing change behaviors. How does one unfreeze old beliefs? Decide to exam the learned behavior, implement the change theory and reject prior learning. This is the unfreezing stage. Idenifying learned behavior must than be rejected (Lewis, 1942).

Change a small word with sudden impact and fear will introduce itself immediately to you. It is both challenging and for some painful. Lets take a car a stick shift gears are implace to make the appropriate shift while driving. Going up a hill you’ll need a gear shift. In change you must shift the way you think, feel and behave (Lewis, 1942). I spoke with a friend the other day one of the challenges shared in the conversation involved a lack of willingness to change. My friend said, “this is the way I’ve always done it,” how do you respond to thinking that challenges successful change? A reasonable person will here themselves speak, an unreasonable person will build strong blocks around there brain and heart. An unreasonable person will not hear anything. Change begins with identifying what needs to be change.

A theoretical concept that promotes truths begins with unfreezing beliefs and prior learnings implementing change process than acting on the change by a freezing process. Thank a popsicle melt it what you see is liquid place it back in the freezer and it will freeze not in the same form or shape. Freezing new way of thinking behaviors and beliefs requires unfreezing change and the refreezing. Developing new ideas, that will set you free to grow and flourish. This process is challenging but the end results are rewarding.

 

Reference: 

Lewis, K. (1942). Change theory. Retrieved from http://currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/change_theory.html

Houser, N., & Kolesel, C., (1992). The essential pierce:selected philosphical writing(vol 1)Bloomington.Indiana University Press.

Kritsonis A. Comparison of Change Theories. International Journal of Scholarly Academic Intellectual Diversity; 8:1, 2004-2005.

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Framework-Keeping negative thoughts out of your minds framework

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Framework-Keeping negative thoughts out of your minds framework

Carolyn Coleman-Grady

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Framework-Keeping negative thoughts out of your minds framework

 

Anything that happens that’s good, they think, Oh, it’s an accident, when is the roof caving in? You’ve got to get them out of that mental framework.
Dick Butkus

Chicago’s Dick Butkus –a kinetic intelligence body coordinated bear.   Dick Butkus intimidating fierce machine an unstoppable force on the football field leaving his opposition filled with confusion in their mind that their game plan was destroyed.  In their minds what was heard was the name Dick Butkus.  The mental framework of the opponent was destroyed before the game. This is the impact that Dick Butkus possessed on the field.

When things happen that are good except the good and run with it. Butkus prepared his mind for before every game. The roof did not cave in on him. He prepared body and mental strength.  Body strength important it is necessary to endure the challenges of the game. The game of business is the same. Preparation, style and deliverance or additional keys to business success, and developing a strong mental framework is includes knowledge, courage and trusting in your abilities.

A great thinking framework is the challenge of the day. Stimulating the way we think and move in this world dependent on our mental framework. If the roof caves in will you cave with it? The challenge is training your mental framework daily. 

Now according to Gardner (1989), he expanded the definition of intelligence he defined seven type of intelligence. Logical, and Mathematic intelligence, Linguistic intelligence, Musical Intelligence, Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence, Personal Intelligences and Interpersonal and Intrapersonal intelligence and each of us incorporate more than one of  these at one time (Gardner,1989).

Dick Butkus obviously possessed bodily-kinesthetic and many of the others at that same time. It takes strength and coordination to tackle the other players and bring them down. It took logical thinking to understand the plays of their team and anticipate the moves of the opponent.

The challenge today is to determine your special gift and strengthen the skills you possess. In business you’ll need the ability to communication your linguistic intelligence must include the command of language. You must be able to speak with people. Interpersonal and Intrapersonal skills are needed in developing relationships. Spatial intelligence deals with the ability to see mental images and learn. You can interpret shapes. Each of us has special gifts just tap into them and grow.

Things that happy good should and it does not mean when the roof caves

In, it should have.

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