Urgent Evoke

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Series:
Changing Mindset


This is the main post for the ongoing series Changing Mindset.


The goal here is to collect and highlight a series of traits, skills and abilities that one needs to change his/her mindset, especially catering to those who have not yet been 'enlightened' or those that wish to improve their skills, as well as providing ways and means to aquire these traits and abilities - basically what one needs to be 'evoked'.


This is meant to be a collaborative and collective effort!


If anyone wishes to share their ideas and thoughts, you are more than welcome to, just tag your evidence CHANGEMIND or even call your post 'Changing Mindset: [Topic]' and link to this page.


The following posts/pictures/videos have been published to date:

How to Blog by Amber Sofia

Understanding by Jan Lampe

Sharing by Felix Albus

Simplifying your Mission by Turil Cronburg

The Beauty of Mathematics by Michelle Angela Kim (beware: religious content, still very interesting)

Education by Jan Lampe

Be Weird Get Creative by Lynn Caldwell

Playing by a.v.koshy

Global Gratitude Gardens, a possible Evokation by Nick Heyming


... and more are in the works!


The following topics are suggested (but feel free to add your own):

Listening
Knowledge
Working together/collaborating
Translating
Caring
Thinking 'out of the box'

Helping
Speaking up
Participating
...

As always, feel free to share any insights or thoughts.

and to all those creating a new mindset, thank you!

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Comment by Jan Lampe on March 26, 2010 at 11:37pm
were up to 5 parts, with another 2 in the works... good job guys, please keep it up!
Comment by Turil Cronburg on March 26, 2010 at 11:50pm
Jan, you could call mine "Simplify your mission" if you want...
Comment by Bongumusa on March 27, 2010 at 9:17am
Changing Mindset: You sound so intellegent and a creative thinker, a man of ideas. What we write here describe you what kind of person you are. You know what? it is not easy to change the mindset of an uneducated person, But it is easy for us. As rural, I noticed that for a number of times. You find people saying I did that because my father did it also. But as a new generation, we need to think differently and strategically. This is my previous personal experience. I like your facts regarding skills improvements. We neednot to stick to the past, we must focus to the future where the rest of our life remains.
Comment by Jan Lampe on March 28, 2010 at 12:16pm
got it, featured... this is growing stronger and stronger!
Comment by Lynn Caldwell on April 1, 2010 at 7:57pm
Great - can't believe I've only just stumbled on this - I'd like to be notified when friends post a new blog...anyway, back to the point. I think my CHANGEMIND will be how to make yourself come up with ideas :o)
Comment by Lynn Caldwell on April 1, 2010 at 10:30pm
I've done one on the thinking outside of the box - called CHANGEMIND: Be Weird, Get Creative, here: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/changemind-be-weird-get
Comment by John D. Boyden on May 10, 2010 at 4:04pm
+1 collaboration. wow ton of stuff here! adding blog post to my urls

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