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Good Morning. Good Morning!. Good Morning. “New results require new thinking.”. “The significant problems we face today cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.”. Albert Einstein. Everything based on…. Times (and thinking) have changed….

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Good Morning

Good Morning!

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Good Morning

“New results require new thinking.”

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“The significant problems we face today cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.”

Albert Einstein

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Lab tests over the last few

years have proven that babies

who start drinking soda during

that early formative period

have a much higher chance of

gaining acceptance and ‘fitting

in’ during those awkward

pre-teen and teen years.

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“Sure wish they’d invent something

to keep the sun out of my eyes.”

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“My intention is to plant seeds of ideas

and raise doubts about what we believe.

Many of our beliefs are inherited,

not opinions we have thought through.”

Vine DeLoria, Lakota Sioux, author of over 20 books

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Basic Premise

Creating what hasn’t been done before

is different than

maintaining even the best of the past.

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Basic Premise

The result any of us are getting now

is what happens doing it the way we’re doing it now!

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There are times when it’s working.

And,

Times when it is not.

Both are caused!

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Remember learning about

the “have’s” and the “have not’s”?

The differentiator in the years ahead

will be between…

…the “aware’s” and the “aware not’s”?

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For today, one of three factors…

…all have become

invisible through familiarity®.

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How the Mind Focuses

We can only

focus on one

thing at a time.

1st Factor

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How the Mind Focuses

We get more

of what we

focus on.

2nd Factor

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What happens when we say things like:

“Don’t forget!”

“Don’t mess up!”

“Don’t disappoint me!”

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Focus Factors of the Mind

  • You can only focus on one thing at a time.
  • You get more of what you focus on.
  • Avoiding does not work.
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“All of life’s answers are available,

  • if we just knew which questions to ask.”

Albert Einstein

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What is the one word that differentiates

the mediocre performers from the top performers?

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Is it working?

Vs.

What parts are working?

Digital thinking…

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Why did that happen?

What’s the problem?

What’s wrong with you?

Who did that?

Why did you do that?

Who made that decision?

Why did you make that decision? 

Don’t you know any better?

Who wants to tell the boss about this?

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Three chapters…

www.elsolutions.com/partnership

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“Every generation has the obligation to

free our minds for a look at new worlds…

to look out from a higher plateau than

the last generation.

Your vision is not limited by what your mind can see; but by what your mind can imagine.”

Col. Ellison Onizuka,Astronaut

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