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The Power of Intention to Spark Evolutionary Change | Rethinking Complexity

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Over my lifetime, I have learned from experience that holding an intention for change can result in creating the desired change. I have seen it work in bringing people and relationships into my life, creating the work I desired, and helping me develop a path forward to create the change. Essentially, I learned that if I could envision it, I could bring it into reality. It has worked so effectively that I know I have to be careful that what I think I want to create is what I really want or need. It took me awhile to understand why creating an intention and vision was such a powerful process. I learned that once I had a clear understanding and picture of the possibility, I would talk a lot about it. Through sharing it with others and gaining their perspectives and ideas, my vision became clearer. As my clarity increased, I noticed opportunities I might not have noticed otherwise. Sometimes people led me to opportunities once they knew my intention.
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Download Theory of games and economic behavior book – Jamuna

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Theory of games and economic behavior book download John Von Neumann, Oskar Morgenstern Download Theory of games and economic behavior Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, published in 1944 by Princeton University Press, is a book by…
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Dan Ariely Videos «

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Hi, I’m Dan Ariely. I do research in behavioral economics and try to describe it in plain language. These findings have enriched my life, and my hope is that they will do the same for you.
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Dan Ariely » Blog Archive Can beggars be choosers? «

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The second lesson is to confront the tendency to avert our eyes when we know that someone is in need. We realize that if we face the problem, we’ll feel compelled to do something about it, and so we avoid looking and thereby avoid the temptation to give in and help. We know that if we stop for a beggar on the street, we will have a very hard time refusing his plea for help, so we try hard to ignore the hardship in front of us: we want to see, hear, and speak no evil. And if we can pretend that it isn’t there, we can trick ourselves into believing –at least for that moment– that it doesn’t exist. The good news is that, while it is difficult to stop ignoring the sad things, if we actively chose to pay attention there is a good chance that we will take an action and help a person in need.
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