THE FUTURE OF CHANGE - GG Frantz Reports On Being A Change Architect
How to become a Change Architect
Why would anyone want to become a Change Architect? For what purpose and what is really involved to be ‘classed’ as a Change Architect?
Most people want to change their life, change themselves, change their future, and achieve a higher quality of living. Basically, most of us want to successfully achieve our dreams. Having said that, we often are unsuccessful for different reasons. For the majority of people in the world there is only a limited amount of time, a large amount of beliefs and presumptions, of which we can choose and try them, but not really knowing which one is the right or wrong one.
We are supposed to learn from every experience we encounter and especially from the ones that challenge us the most. The purpose of this article is to share some insight on how to make decisions and what governs our success’ and failures.
Successes and Failures
Our minds are built over time, from the bottom up. The basic architecture of the mind is constructed through an ongoing process that begins before birth and continues into adulthood. Right from the earliest experiences we have encountered, each has affected the development of our mind architecture, which has provided the foundation for all future learning and behavior. Similar, like a weak foundation compromises the quality and strength of a building, certain experiences early in life can be harmful to the mind architecture, most of the time with negative effects lasting into adulthood.
Our nervous system contains millions of nerve cells, called neurons. Neurons are highly specialized to transmit messages from the mind and other parts of your body to another. These connections enable super-fast communication among neurons, especially in our early years but new connections can be formed throughout life - it never stops. Depending on your early mind architecture connections you may either have a strong or weak foundation that may have taken on form later.
Understand Your Mind Architecture
So, what has this got to do with a Change Architect? A change architect assists people to understand their mind architecture and how their own perception, limited beliefs, and words have built their reality. He then reveals the structure of their architecture, how they have created it over their lifetime and shows them how to re-build their new mind architecture.
If you are tired of your old mind architecture and want to re-start building a new foundation, you have a few choices: hire a change architect, become a change architect, or learn to think like a change architect.
Question Your Reality:
If you want to change your mind architecture, start by changing the questions you ask yourself from ones of negativity to ones of empowerment.
What’s great about this? What is the opportunity in this? How might this obstacle be a blessing in disguise? What can I learn from this? What am I willing to do to make it what I want and how can I enjoy that process? How are you doing in creating the conditions you say you don’t want? If you took the emotions out of the picture what would you do?
Believe the Possible:
If you have a passion to do or be something, you need to believe it’s possible to achieve it. If you start off with the idea that it is impossible, you’ll quit at the first minor challenge. Whatever way, challenges won’t stop you when you believe something is possible. Instead, you will look for ways to overcome any challenges knowing that there are many ways that you can conquer them.
As for me, a key point is that I believed it was possible to have a better life. With that belief alone, I pursued my dream almost every day trying new things and repeating other practices that worked. I could have just as easily decided it wasn’t possible and repeated that thought in my mind. If I did so though, I sincerely doubt I would have ever achieved living a better life. If you have a passion to do something, you have the ability to do it too. Start by believing it is possible.
“A belief is just a thought that you keep thinking.”
— Abraham Hicks
Making a Decision:
Coffee or Tea? Chocolate or Apple? We make some choices quickly and unconsciously, relying on mental ‘shortcuts' our mind have developed over the years to guide us in the best or sometime not best course of action.
We weigh the benefits and costs of our choice, and then we cope with the consequences. Therefore, decisions underpin everything we do and apply to all areas of our lives – family, friends, money, careers, health and lifestyle, yet we rarely get ‘trained’ in how to make them.
a) You must be clear about your outcome(s) and their order of importance to you.
b) Write down all possible options whether or not you like them.
c) What are the upsides and downsides of each option? What do you gain by each option?
d) Review & Evaluate you each options from every angle.
e) Decide and make a decision, because the clarity that these tips provide will help you take decisive action in the direction that serves your ultimate outcome best.
The choice is yours, though any of the three will get you closer of being in control of your new mind architecture: hire a change architect, become a change architect, or learn to think like a change architect.
TO YOUR SUCCESS
Published author and man of many talents. The story of his encounters with sexual abuse as a child and his amazing ability to turn his life around demonstrates that neuro-linguistic programming is by far the most effective treatment which utilises some of the most comprehensive alternative therapies, in non-invasive healing for a wide range of conditions. By looking after your mind, body and spirit you too can develop your own inner strengths to improve your life balance and to make the most of your potential. Famous for his appearance on 4-corners, he aims to show people the true way to change.