Monthly Archives: May 2013

A model to tolerate when people pre-judge me

posted by Joshua on May 30, 2013 in Awareness, Exercises, Nonjudgment, Perception

[This post is part of a series on “Mental models and beliefs: an exercise to identify yours.” If you don’t see a Table of Contents to the left, click here to view the series, where you’ll get more value than reading just this post.] Doesn’t it bother you when someone treats you like a preconceived[…] Keep reading →

A model to identify the parts of your life most ripe for improvement

posted by Joshua on May 28, 2013 in Awareness, Education, Exercises, Models, Tips

[This post is part of a series on “Mental models and beliefs: an exercise to identify yours.” If you don’t see a Table of Contents to the left, click here to view the series, where you’ll get more value than reading just this post.] Today’s model has special meaning to me because realizing it set[…] Keep reading →

A model and strategy to lead people so they appreciate and thank you for being led

posted by Joshua on May 27, 2013 in Blog, Leadership, Tips

[This post is part of a series on “Mental models and beliefs: an exercise to identify yours.” If you don’t see a Table of Contents to the left, click here to view the series, where you’ll get more value than reading just this post.] Want to know a great way to lead people so they[…] Keep reading →

A model of emotional intelligence and self-awareness

posted by Joshua on May 26, 2013 in Awareness, Exercises, Models, Visualization

[This post is part of a series on “Mental models and beliefs: an exercise to identify yours.” If you don’t see a Table of Contents to the left, click here to view the series, where you’ll get more value than reading just this post.] What is self-awareness? What is emotional intelligence? Everybody I know agrees[…] Keep reading →

A model to cover life’s basics

posted by Joshua on May 25, 2013 in Awareness, Exercises, Fitness, Models, Nature, Tips

[This post is part of a series on “Mental models and beliefs: an exercise to identify yours.” If you don’t see a Table of Contents to the left, click here to view the series, where you’ll get more value than reading just this post.] Do you ever feel overwhelmed with obligations? So much that you[…] Keep reading →