Tag: goals

26 Feb 2016
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How to use “Cognitive Reconstruction” to make your dream real

Cognitive reconstruction is a mind hack that allows you to fill in the blanks from Point A to Point B or your ultimate or most imminent goal. But it is something you need to learn how to use before it can become an effective tool in organization and goal chasing. Once you master it, cognitive reconstruction will easily become your tip of the spear.



By applying Pareto principle in this, from 100 of you who will read this tutorial all the way to the last letter, only 20 will adopt it. From those 20, only 2 will master it.

Our contemporary paradox

For some reason we will learn how to use the specific tool, drive a car, ride a bike, fly a plane, and many other everyday or specific skills, but when it comes to money for instance, we stop everything. We are acting like money is a prize for our efforts, when in reality money is just another tool that you need to master.

And it’s not just money. If I would ask you what your most imminent goal is, what would you answer me? Do you even have something planned for the future or are you living in a moment, without giving a tiny rat’s ass about tomorrow?

Yes, it’s hard to force yourself into doing. It really is rather complicated and energy demanding task to move from stationery into actively involved. Cognitive reconstruction may indeed help you to achieve even a wildest dream you have on your mind. You only need to learn how it’s done, that’s it.

Same is with the organization of your life. You need to master the techniques and start introducing some discipline in it.

How to best organize your life

To organize one’s life, one has to argue with himself.

Nothing can describe that process better.

  • You need to get in a game against you.
  • You need to discuss every segment, every detail, every plan – with yourself.
  • But you also must not agree on everything or compromise on everything.

It’s like playing a chess game against yourself and refrain yourself from cheating. In fact, there is nothing that has the potential to train you better than a solo chess game in which you are making every effort to play fair to win and not to avoid losing.

Your brain is the key. Brain knows how it should be done.

One thing you need to understand in this game is that dream is not a goal. Goal is something you can measure. Something that can be visually connected with physical artefact. Something that is within your reach.

For example, let’s say that you have a mental image of you flying a private jet that happens to be yours. This is not necessary a dream. It is pretty much achievable goal. But you need to stop dreaming it.

Instead, start rewinding the tape back. Your brain already knows how you ended up owning a private jet but it is hidden behind the fog of your current reality. That reality is blocking your access to the data.

You see, over the time, you’ve read dozens of books, watched hundreds of movies and heard thousands of stories.

Those data are collected in a logical sequence that has led you to the point where you own and fly the jet.

Because, it is close to impossible to create a precise mental image of something you never saw, heard or experienced. You just cannot imagine a precise tone of a laughter that you’ve never heard before.

In psychiatry, doctors often use hypnosis to retrieve the suppressed memories of their patients. It is there, only buried. And it can be retrieved. This is not hypnosis but the point is exactly the same – you will try to rewind that movie.

Putting cognitive recognition in practice

What follows is perhaps not suitable for just everyone. Level of determination and discipline essential to just try to rewind the film is immense. But if you are willing to at least give it a try then please continue. If nothing else, you will organize your life beyond recognition.

Start with establishing the equilibrium of things

Sit down and put few sheets of empty paper in front of you because before you even think to start rewinding, you need to perfectly organize your life. Everything has to be in its place. You have to be prepared for everything on daily, weekly and monthly bases. Current mess has to be cleaned in order to remove as much distractions as possible.

This is how you’ll do it:

  1. On a first sheet put your daily errands – your daily plan
  2. On a second sheet put your weekly and monthly errands and plans
  3. On a third sheet write your most eminent goal; first on a list.

Now take the first list — the daily plan — and analyze it.

Close your eyes and walk through the day. Don’t leave anything behind; not even small things like some irrelevant house chores. Think about every possible scenario – create a mental image in a precise sequence. Because, in reality, you can predict 90% of the day ahead since there only few potential distractions or unexpected events.

This is still a training mode.We are creating a good habit.

Sit down every morning after breakfast, 15 minutes before you’ll leave your home and start sequencing the day ahead. Every evening, some 20 minutes before you’ll go to sleep, rewind the tape and see where you’ve missed.

After only a week of practicing this new habit, known as “mental imagery”, your responses will be largely improved and you won’t be losing time because even if schedule becomes disturbed, you will have no problem to adapt, to improvise and finally to overcome.

Next step – week.

Do the same thing with Sheet #2. Expand to month(s) if possible. It won’t be easy at the beginning but give it some time, be persistent and in no time you will be able to create a mind hack – a precise mental road map of a life ahead.

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Mental imagery is a single, most effective weapon you have in your arsenal to put your life on a growth trajectory path in no time. Mind hacks of this type possess the ability to transform your character, reset your mindset and reconstruct every segment of your life.

Now take the Sheet #3 – the goal – and imagine it.

Is it a goal? Is it maybe too complicated to reach it within a year? Do segmentation and set several micro-goals which cumulative effect enables the accomplishment of the annual goal.

Stick to a 1-year timeframe just for now. Jumping ahead is what made that jet to be only in your dreams. It takes time, focus and perseverance but above all – careful and precise planning and execution. You have it all, don’t think any different. It is something installed in your basic program.

You now have 3 distinct points already defined:

  1. Day
  2. Week (month)
  3. Goal.

Gap between the Sheet #2 and Sheet #3 is now much easier to fill with data as long as the goal is realistic given your current situation and abilities. You need to spend immense amount of time, completely focused, to thoroughly analyze your goal and to break it into logical sequence of steps where each step presents a single micro-goal.

Because, analysis is exactly that: breaking something on structural elements.

In the same time, you need to perfectly fit all pieces of the puzzle in your private life. It is the only way for you to have both – career and happy family.

The Cognitive Reconstruction protocol

Many will tell you that this is just a theory. Perhaps. But it wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t already used and tested. And it is arguably the best possible way to progress beyond every limit.

You brain knows who you exactly are and what are you capable of. Your skills and abilities are used to construct that image of you flying that jet. Somehow, you did it. You’ve made it. It’s in virtual world, but that world is based on the laws of the real world.

The only thing you did wrong so far was thinking about that dream without concerns about those same laws.

 

Now, take one hour of every day to think. It will be something like meditation only more proactive.

The trick is to rewind the tape:

  • start with the scene where you’re flying the jet and move backwards
  • go one day at the time but do not deviate from possible and realistic. As soon as you do that – and you will – go one step back.

The moment you are entering into unreal is the place in your memory where you have to fill the gap. It is something that is missing at least from your recall memory.

Focus on those moments and think ‘how’

How did you do that? How did you get there? What did you say? What kind of skill is needed to breach that obstacle? Do you have to learn something new; something that you know little of but need to master it?

This is exactly the missing part in most of the cases. For example, you know that something would be achievable if you would know how to play the money game or how to master the CFD’s, stocks, bonds and similar. It is where most stop and freeze. For some illogical reason, the majority of people will not make additional effort to learn and master the skill needed to jump on next step that leads to their goals.

We are sorry to be the one who will break this to you, but if you are really eager to pursuit your goals and happiness, you need to learn along the way. Continuous expansion of your knowledge beyond the essential skillset is critical.

How would you know that? You’ve never tried it so how the hell can you be so sure that you can learn to fly the jet?

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