You Can't Find What You're Not Looking For Ep 176
In this episode, Candy introduces a thought-provoking saying, "You can't find what you're not looking for." And encourages listeners to leverage their brain's natural problem-solving tendency. She suggests a daily contemplation exercise for a week. By answering three questions—What is my biggest concern? What is my biggest obstacle? What is my biggest opportunity? listeners engage their brain's Reticular Activating System, enhancing focus and problem-solving capabilities, ultimately preparing them to seek help or find solutions.
1.. Our mind has an amazing ability to solve problems – let’s leverage it actively directing it toward specific goals.
- The concept of the Reticular Activating System (RAS) is explained, illustrating how it filters and highlights important information, analogous to noticing "red cars" after contemplating buying one.
- Listeners are encouraged to dedicate three minutes daily for a week to contemplate and answer three questions, signaling to the brain the importance of these aspects and triggering problem-solving mechanisms.
- The episode concludes with a summary, underlining the potential progress and preparedness gained by engaging in the contemplative exercise, aligning with the episode's opening quote, "You can't find what you're not looking for."
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