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What’s in a thought? Everything. Trust me on this.


I’ll bet you’ve never considered mapping your thoughts. Why would you? Sounds perfectly ridiculous, unless . . . Let me explain in less than 140 characters why I think you’ll find it revealing and very useful. Our whole lives are spent either feeling the consequences of our own thinking or dealing with the consequences of other people’s. I hope that got your attention because I think it bears thinking about especially when you consider that . . .

Everything we do begins with a thought, even right this second, thoughts are always there. Do you know what yours are trying to do right now? What pattern they’re following? To what end? Hear this: Everything we create and every change we impose on this planet has its origins in our thinking. The consequences of our thinking are, well, HUGE, and often irreversible.

More than ever, in a world of dramatic change, we need to understand who we are, individually as well as collectively, in our thinking and what we are trying to do.This is why my friends/colleagues and I have spent years learning how to map the world of thinking. If you’re interested in discovering your own thought processes and patterns, and their consequences, if you’d like to map yourself and your friends in the world of thinking, I invite you to go to mindtimemaps.com. It is a life enriching experience to know that not only do you belong, but that you play a vital role in everyone’s life with your thoughts. Best to learn what it is I’m talking about and confirm that you’re using them consciously.

I’ve always believed in the idea that everyone has value to bring with their thinking. Conscious thinking. It’s a conversation changer for sure.

Here are my ‘snap shot’ results. There was a ton more to read accessible from my dashboard.

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  • Hosting Italia 8th September 2016, 1:47 pm

    The most precious thing in this world is trust. It can take years to earn and only a matter of seconds to lose, so it’s important to keep trust at the forefront of everything you do. It can make a big difference in your life and leadership.

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