Patterns, patterns and more ...
Human beings love to think in patterns. Which is great- otherwise we wouldn’t even survive.
However, if we always stick to the things we already know (our inherent aversion to change would advise us to do so) - it can lead to feeling profoundly stuck both on a personal level - a world plastered and limited by assumptions - as well as on an organisational level, commonly referred to as bureaucracy.
Let's explore how we can overcome some of those fixed thinking patterns.
Fellowship of the Change Mindset
WORK IN PROGRESS
(ready end Oct 2021)
Explore the adventures of Frodi, Gandolf, Gimla, the Elf, The Nazgol and the mysterious cleaning guy.
Thought patterns in our brain
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Different shapes of fear
Most of the time, it's fear that keeps us away of changing something in our lives. The biggest fears for change are: fear of the Unknown, fear of a Different Opinions and fear of Failure.
Can you solve the 9 dot puzzle (advanced level)
Can you solve the 9 dot puzzle challenge. Quite sure you can connect the 9 dots with 4 square lines. But this challenge is of course for the real creative people out there.
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