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 Mark Mulkerin on March 23, 2010 at 1:26pm
"Thinking outside the box" has begun to trouble me lately. Psychological research recently shows that we are good at identifying bias in others and lousy at seeing it in ourselves suggesting that we can't be sure of which boxes confine us. Perhaps the goal needs to be, listening outside the box making ourselves receptive to truly new ideas (or new to us) before trying to come up with our own.

In fact, by definition - thinking outside the box is thinking outside another's box ... just a thought. Cheers.
Comment by Turil Cronburg on March 23, 2010 at 1:43pm
As you probably already figured out, the overwhelming evidence I've seen is that the absolute most important thing you can do to improve your abilities in every way, is to make sure that you're getting high quality food, water, air, warmth, light, and that you seek out outlets where you have the freedom to express yourself. As long as you pay at least some attention to these things every day, you will naturally grow and evolve into a more good, true, beautiful, and inspiring person. It really is both as complex, and as simple, as that. But don't trust me, try it out for yourself and see how much better you become at everything you do. Maybe do a trial study on yourself for a couple of weeks, making a new ritual of increasing the quality of at least one of your basic needs every day. Improve the quality of your food, water, and breathing, make sure that your heart is warm and comfy, that you're getting enough sunlight, and that you're finding people and places that welcome your expressions, physically, emotionally, intellectually, and/or spiritually, and just watch how your wh*** rest of your life improves as well.
Comment by Felix Albus on March 23, 2010 at 2:16pm
I like your thinking fellas. Let's start working with that! I'll work out a CHANGEMIND post.
Comment by Turil Cronburg on March 23, 2010 at 2:28pm
Koshy, it's the same technique that airplane pilots use. They have a checklist of the basic necessities of flying, and they go through it every single time they are preparing to fly. Every time. And now it's starting to be shown to be ideal for doctors as well. Because when we are focusing on higher goals (like flying!) we sometimes don't give the more rudimentary goals enough attention, and that's when things get messy. So having that constant ritual of checking to make sure the basics are covered is invaluable. Making it a ritual to check our own human version of the fuel gauge and instrument function frees up our conscious attention for working on more complex things, like, well, flying!
Comment by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on March 23, 2010 at 2:57pm
Interesting post!
Comment by Simon Brookes on March 23, 2010 at 4:02pm
A great idea to start a collaborative project around this topic Agent Lampe. +30 Spark. Do entrepreneurs and innovators have certain mindset attributes?
Comment by Nick Heyming on March 23, 2010 at 5:26pm
Great Idea! We're doing a community forum tonight for a bunch of churches, schools, hospitals, and the like, to start their own gardens onsite. We're sharing our space and knowledge with them for free, in hopes that they'll take that information home to their locations and start up their own gardens.
Comment by Jan Lampe on March 23, 2010 at 11:34pm
im delighted to see the resonance we get with this!

as for the mindset of entrepreneurs and innovators... i think both need not be afraid of ridiculing themselves as well as confidence in their goals as well as some staying power next to a vision and the traits mentioned above.
Comment by Shakwei Mbindyo on March 24, 2010 at 8:25am
+1 collaboration. Interesting discussion. Interested in learning from non-African perspectives.
Comment by Murray Sterley on March 24, 2010 at 10:13pm
Excellent work Jan. Great collaboration and organisation!

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