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« Before the Show | Main | Three Mistakes an Employee should avoid (Laughter is the best stress reliever) *Reposted from June 12th,2008* »

August 30, 2012

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Rajiv Shah

Great article regarding flow states and a section how flow states are applicable at work:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/199707/finding-flow

elisabeth

"Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Watch your words, for they become actions. Watch your actions, for they become...habits. Watch your habits, for they become your character. And watch your character, for it becomes your destiny! What we think we become." - Margaret Thatcher

The ultimate practice.

chiaoju

Perhaps the repetitive action has created the behavior of staying focus and 'getting your head in the game'. The thinking process still exist, only in a different manner. Not so much about "would this be right?" but more like "this is what I'm going to do" and just do it.

Our mind is so powerful, that if you want an egg to stand, with a focus mind, you can make the egg stand.

California Guy

Not just in the workplace but also in the home. As parents, it is our actions that get imprinted into the minds of our children regardless of the words that we speak.

Early on, it is very important to reinforce our words with the corresponding behaviors. If we want children to have a positive view of school work, then we must be willing to sit down and go through each homework exercise until they can work independently and only ask us for the occasional helping hand. If we want children to work through mistakes and maintain a forward looking attitude, then we must minimize the blaming-and-complaining and discuss with them what they can learn from the past so they do not repeat the same mistakes in the future.

This coaching or teaching mindset is what I have observed with role models in my family, in the workplace, and in the world at large.

Eastcoast

We should all be thankful God does not respond, like Lombardi, to our prayer life by saying, "Run it again."

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