Three steps to “Switch” to desired behavior

For things to change behaviour of people have to change.The change needs to impact both the rational and emotional brain. Three steps to effect the change: 1) Directing the rational brain by a) Following the bright spots b) Scripting Critical Moves and c) Pointing to the destination 2) Motivating the emotional brain by a) FindingContinue reading “Three steps to “Switch” to desired behavior”

Three steps to “Switch” to desired behavior

For things to change behaviour of people have to change.The change needs to impact both the rational and emotional brain. Three steps to effect the change: 1) Directing the rational brain by a) Following the bright spots b) Scripting Critical Moves and c) Pointing to the destination 2) Motivating the emotional brain by a) FindingContinue reading “Three steps to “Switch” to desired behavior”

Taming the “problem seeking” rational brain

Three steps involved in helping the rational mind focus towards a goal even when it is faced with a problematic situation: 1) Focus on the bright spots 2) Provide crystal clear direction to reach from start to finish 3) Script the critical moves involved with the above two points Adopted from Chip and Dan Heath’sContinue reading “Taming the “problem seeking” rational brain”

How great leaders inspire their teams?

Truly infinite minded great leaders understand the psychology of their team members to perfection When faced with crisis situationsn, the natural instinct of the rational mind is to think too much about the problems. The emotional or limbic brain as well , lacks direction from the rational brain and sends negative vibes A visionary calmsContinue reading “How great leaders inspire their teams?”

Overcoming “resistance” towards change

The human rational brain has an inherent tendency to look out for problems When faced with change the problems associated with the change take centre stage. The best way to thus calm down the rational brain is to provide a crystal clear direction that the rational brain can follow to avoid ambiguity. Adopted from ChipContinue reading “Overcoming “resistance” towards change”

What’s working right now?

Whenever we are faced with a crisis , problem or epidemic the rational brain of human beings has too many questions to answer. When faced with a multitude of options , the rational brain undergoes “analysis paralysis” In such a situation very seldom people think “Whats working right now?”If we do and focus on theContinue reading “What’s working right now?”

Human brain’s resistance to change

The inherent tendency of the human brain is to resist change The rational brain or neo cortex has the ability to perform complex analysis but when faced with change , fear or negativity is the most natural by product The elephant brain or limbic brain understands only signals and when directed by rational brain inContinue reading “Human brain’s resistance to change”

Human brain’s resistance to change

The inherent tendency of the human brain is to resist change The rational brain or neo cortex has the ability to perform complex analysis but when faced with change , fear or negativity is the most natural by product The elephant brain or limbic brain understands only signals and when directed by rational brain inContinue reading “Human brain’s resistance to change”

Why Large Problems need small solutions?

Adopted from the book titled “Switch” by Chip and Dan Heath The rational brain of human beings rederred as the “Rider” is capable of complex analysis and problem solving Though this is a wonderful gift , can act in negative ways at times The inherent tendency of the rational brain is to assume that largeContinue reading “Why Large Problems need small solutions?”

Driving away negativity from our rational mind

Adopted from the book titled “Switch” by Chip and Dan Heath It is the inherent tendency of our very own rational brain to search for the problems instead of the solution when faced with a situation Also this part of the brain which makesvus unique and separate from other animals gets confused when made toContinue reading “Driving away negativity from our rational mind”