Daily Archives: November 22, 2014

SHARING 22 BEAUTIFUL WATERFALLS BIG AND SMALL!!!

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SHARING 52 BEAUTIFUL WATERFALLS BIG AND SMALL!!!

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Jeongbang Waterfall on Jeju Island of South Korea

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Horseshoe Falls in Mkambati Nature Reserve, Pondoland, South Africa.

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Bridal Veil Falls, Telluride, Colorado, USA.

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This photo was shot during a research trip to Scotland in October 2014.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SELFMOTIVATION***

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Selfmotivation: n. motivated by one’s (desire(s) and/or emotion(s)) and/or (need(s) and/or belief(s)) and/or past experience(s) which activate and/or prevent one’s behavior(s) and/or the force(s) and brain which activates you to pursue an old and/or new goal(s)

Selfmotivation is the result of your desires, emotions, needs, beliefs, and past experiences which all relatively impulsively guide you into doing a behavior or not doing it. Selfmotivation is also the force and brain which activates you to achieve your old and/or new goal(s).

Selfmotivation is unique in every individual because each one has differences in the kind and intensity of the desires, emotions, needs, beliefs, and past experiences. Most humans share common desires, emotions, needs, beliefs, and least of all past experiences so there is much variation from one to another human and there are relatively large differences in the emotional attachment to the common desires, needs, beliefs, and past experiences.

External motivating factors trigger many of our behaviors but individual reactions to these external motivators differ widely from person to person in many cases.

Quite a few, especially the poor and some very rich, are motivated by the lottery and gambling in general. Others aware of the odds against winning have no interest at all in gambling and are not motivated.

We are all motivated to eat but what we eat varies widely from one to another person. Most of us are motivated to work but the kind of job that we work in varies widely and shapes our view of the world to a large extent.

How we behave is determined by a relatively complex mix of external and internal motivators which will never be subject to mathematical formulation because the badly defined variables are simply too great in number and vagueness to be codified mathematically. Statistical norms and big data can be studied extensively in an attempt to predict human behavior or find out what motivates a human but there will never be 100% accuracy in the predictions or a certainty of what a human will do next even when confronted with the same stimuli.

Media brainwashing, indoctrination, advertising, and education is an attempt to control selfmotivation and it works in a general sense to tame the human beast and keep society interacting relatively orderly and peaceably.

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32 SMART THINGS GREAT LEADERS SAY FREQUENTLY!!!

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Leaders should be short, sincere, and to the point in their communications but each of these phrases can be embellished with added words when it seems the appropriate thing to do.

 

Leaders offer earned or justified praise to their workers which is a very good motivational tool. You can personalize praise and adjust it to a sports fan by using phrases such as home run and touchdown but it is not very appropriate for female employees:

Congratulations!

Thank you

Great job

Nice work

You earned it

You outdid yourself

I’ll remember this forever

I’m proud of you

I couldn’t do it better

It’s new but I like it

You’re the best at that

 

Leaders admit when they’re wrong or made a mistake. When both are responsible for the failure they share the blame:

I’m sorry

I’m wrong; your right

I apologize

My fault, sorry

Let’s learn from this

We’ll do it right next time

 

Leaders affirm that they are a source of help if needed:

You can count on me

I’ll try my best

I’m here to help

I’ll help if needed

It’s my pleasure

I’ll support you

Let’s check your data

 

Leaders remind a worker of his or her importance:

I’m listening

I believe in you

Back me up

I need you

You come highly recommended

Make a suggestion

 

Leaders delay a conversation for latter when pressed for time or when no immediate answer is possible:

Let’s table that topic for now!

We’ll get back to this later!

Let’s discuss this further at a later time!

 

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SENSATION***

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Sensation: n. using one or more subsets which are (sight and/or hearing) and/or (smell and/or taste) and/or (touch and/or balance) and/or the brain processing the input given by the body senses

We sense our environment and bodies with our senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, and balance and depend on our brain to properly process all this information and store what is necessary or relevant to our existence.

What we sense can also impact the future way that we sense because overexposure to a sense will cause boredom or insensitivity to stimuli in the future. In effect what we sense has an impact on the way we sense in the future.

The development of callouses is an example of sensations altering our bodies and becoming less sensitive to sensations in a particular area in the future. Getting tired or bored of a program which we initially thought was entertaining or exciting is an example of desensitization to repetitive eventually unrewarding experiences or stimuli.

Nothing is more predictable than change and if we are not getting enough rewards from our sensations then we look for new ones.

Being addicted to a sensation(s) is also possible and this is why it is hard to change both good and bad habit addictions which apparently are rewarding enough in your life to make you want to continue or repeat them. An adrenaline or dopamine high brought on by certain foods, drugs, and activities is a desirable sensation which our brain frequently likes and tries to repeat.

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