“Our lives are like a chess game. The move of a single pawn affects the outcome of the game.” –
David R Hawkins.
Connecting, communicating and conversing are all effects of a thought. It affects our leadership, our relationship and our fellowship.
If you think about it, our thoughts are the beginning of what matters most. Our thoughts bring value to what we think, say and do.
Understanding our thoughts is the door-opener to the rewards of self-awareness and insight, and it’s the ground upon which understanding rests.
The language of thought has an internal influence on us. And that internal influence can make a difference to our external outcomes.
Reflect===> Retrieve===>Relate===> Responsible===> Results===>Reward!
Reflect: By taking a moment to reflect upon our thoughts, we can stand at the gateway of making different choices. As we pause, we can practice looking at our thoughts instead of from them. Reflection is an action. Reflecting on our thoughts brings us invaluable learning and opportunity for growth.
Retrieve: To understand what someone says, we must draw upon our shared knowledge of the world, not just our knowledge of language. All of us have stored thoughts. Our past observations become our future projections. Our expectations, beliefs and past experiences affect our thinking and communication.
Relate: Until we can relate to our thoughts, we are not going to be successful in communicating with ourselves or with others. Everyone’s thoughts and behaviors are a function of their viewpoint.
Responsible: We can increase our self-awareness and improve communication as we accept responsibility for every thought, word, and deed that we think. What we think we act upon. Be responsible. In being responsible, we break down the old patterns of thinking and build new pathways of being.
Results: As we live our lives with intention, we can achieve the results for a new way of being and leading. We achieve results by focusing on our thoughts. Our results depend on how quickly we observe and determine whether the thought serves our purpose or not. We can create an intention about what we want, and get the results we are looking for.
Reward: When we are clear about what we want, our reality will follow… Then we will be rewarded.
Defining the language of thought cultivates new meaning. Without the self-awareness of thought, we would live each day as we did yesterday, and we would simply recreate the same solutions as we did the day before.
By understanding the language of our thoughts, we enhance ourselves, our families, our team, our organization, and our leadership. As we begin to understand the language of thoughts, we can see that we are consciously choosing our future.
What we think.
What we say.
What we do.
When we know what matters – and our mind is clear – we make the most of each moment. We can think outside the box. We can lead from within. We can develop creative solutions. We can trust our intuition. We can know the next step we are going to take. We can make good decisions, and we can act on them effortlessly.
Be the person who cares. Who thinks. Who listens. Who understands. Who communicates. Who converses and who connects deeply.
Lead From Within: Reap the benefits by understanding that the language of thought is the driver that helps you reshape your life and leadership. With this clarity, you can transform, transcend and thrive.