Managing Change in 60 Seconds

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Managing Change in 60 Seconds with Ronald M Allen

Title : Your Philosophy From Your Actions – October 2015


 

Title : I Want To Understand You -September 2015


 

Title : A reverse point of view – August 2012

The next time you find yourself in a quandaries consider the reverse point of view from the one you currently hold as true. The mental act of engaging your mind in considering alternatives will provide you with a multitude of options from which to choose from at any given time. Consider trying to solve payload capacity issues for space flight, what about the concept of lightweight and rigidity for automobile and freight purposes would you consider opposing ideologies and the common human element that would allow these divergent beliefs to work together. The mental act of allowing yourself the freedom, the notion to entertain and consider alternatives is the answer to many of our challenges in life. In your own time and history, you have born witness to the benefits of this. The concept of acceptance as strength. The notion that something microscopic can more readily wipe out the human race than any act of war. Our beliefs that our dreams and thoughts have created everything we can physically build.

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Managing Change in 60 Seconds with Ronald M Allen

Title : Good decisions are not simple – August 2012

During a storm we begin to realize how vulnerable we are. What we take for granted is questioned. We usually have to take shelter, we begin to take account for why, what, and how it all came about. Life usually seems fragile if not unmanageable just around this time. However, wait a moment let us take another look. We are usually given warning signs before a storm, do you currently feel uncomfortable? As the storm approaches our environment changes, are you receiving communications that things are not right? During the storm, objects are thrown around and there is usually load noises as energy is spent, is there NOISE in your world right now? When the storm subsides, there is usually a freshness to the air all around you. Do you feel relieved or anxious about the future? Either way you answer these questions you have a chose. What are you going to do about it? It is precisely at this point that the actions you take will prepare you for your next storm. Good weathering!

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Managing Change in 60 Seconds with Ronald M Allen

Title : Being yourself – August 2012

Don’t change because other people are telling you to. Do not change because you just want to fit in with what everyone else is doing! When you find that your life is in a state of flux and uncertainty, look deep within the chaos and find yourself. Ask yourself what you want and need out of your life. At this emotional high, you will find the answer(s). Only when you are emotional wedded to your reality will you begin to pull the required assets together in order to manage the chaos and make permanent, positing improvements in your life. The chaos in your life is an opportunity – just waiting for you to make the changes that will shape a chaotic life into a purposeful, productive, well-ordered and meaningful life. That is an incredibly attractive reason Why you can get started today on making the personal and professional adjustments that will allow you to be successful in Managing Life’s Changes.

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Managing Change in 60 Seconds with Ronald M Allen

Title : Latent thoughts of the secret author -August 2012

The art of writing is one accommodating means of expressing yourself, sharing with others and making your voice heard. Two benefits spring to mind when I think of writing. a) You are clarifying your thoughts on any number of matters that concern you and b) Your written voice will connect with others of opposing points of view so that you may learn from them. The act of randomly writing down your thoughts over time will give rise to what is important, relevant and emotionally cleansing. Diaries are personal, scrapbooks are family orientated and today’s technology gives rise to public forums that allow us to share from the very moment we wake to the last twitch of our fingers via a tweet. Over a few months, you will be surprised what materializes. Now you have the opportunity to work with an editor to pull it all together and have that book that has been bouncing around in your head, now published. Whoa, you are an author…who knew!

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Title : Getting out of a FUNK – July 2012

Sit still! Be still!
Submit to the fact you are in a FUNK!
Acknowledge that you cannot find a solution AT THIIS TIME!
Allow the fear of this fact of uncertainty to pass through you
Now! Engage your thoughts for a moment in the many challenges you have faced in the past
Be still! Silent now for another moment
THINK – What do you Want to happen!
What would you LIKE to happen to direct your future?
Wait, let the impression sink in.
You want emotional advantage to move you past the emotional drunken high of the Ah-Ha moment into a perpetual action that will have you arrive at that point of realization, which changes your life forever.
Now call on your mental resources, your mental advisors, and the unseen energy that has supported you to this point
Do you feel confident to move out with the mental action plan you have just created, despite the uncertainty of its reality?
Welcome to the real world of Managing Life’s Changes by being Engaged!

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Managing Change in 60 Seconds with Ronald M Allen

Title : Pathetically apathetic – July 2012

The State of your mind is measured by how curious you are about life. Did you read Alice in Wonderland? Writers of prose, satire, fact and fiction tell of the state of our culture. Throughout time, citizens from every nation were limited in what they could say and write about the social, economic and human conditions they lived in. Today the majority of citizens still do not get it. Learning information, acquiring knowledge and applying it to one’s life is to push the frontier of our thinking and actions beyond the old barriers to new boundaries. I quote W. H. Auden 1907 – 1973 “We would rather be ruined than changed. We would rather die in our dread than climb the cross of the moment and let our illusions die”. The illusion of progress is tested by the liberty the citizen takes in the street. So what mental dragons have you to slay? What apathy of the mind have you come to terms with? How lethargic has your world become because you have forgotten to be curious. How numb are you?

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Title : Recreating yourself – July 2012

In the summer of 1967 Paul Anka first heard a pop song entitled ‘I did it my way’ while in Paris, France. Not to be confused with Paris, Texas. Even though he did not like the song, he ended up writing the song for Frank Sinatra and the rest was history, or would it have been? It was Anka’ relationship with Frank Sinatra that provided the venue to see Sinatra’s life that gave rise to the ‘attitude’ that created this musical generous. By hanging out with mob guys and their level of conversation, Sinatra’s comments about leaving the music business, and the decade of ME! a well-established part of the social culture while slang of the day in conversation amongst the tribes, all gave way to the feel of the song and so, ‘I did it my way’, was conceived. By admitting to your dilemma and acknowledging that you want to move in a different direction, you open the door to possibilities that allow you to recreate yourself and not remain stagnant in life’s comatose state. Thanks Paul Anka.

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Managing Change in 60 Seconds with Ronald M Allen

Title : The science of laughter – July 2012

When was the last time you had a good hearty laugh that made your sides hurt your head dizzy and left you crying from a delirious state of hysteria? The psychology of laughter is one that cleanses the mind, body and one’s spirit of all manner of toxic waste. Your ability to recognize when you need to release is crucial to a healthy outlook on life. We all experience hedonic happiness multiple times every day it is the happiness that comes to us from things outside of our self. This kind of happiness feels great but never lasts as long as we want it to. Eudaimonic happiness is internally generated and is independent of external events. Once we learn how to harness it, it will not leave. Eudaimonic expresses itself as a deep, enduring, inner peace and contentment. Therefore, the next time you feeling tied, when your mind cannot focus and you feel beaten down find a comical lyric and have a good laugh. It just might save your sanity.

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