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6000 years ago, Bhagawad Gita asked us to be proactive –not reactive. Being proactive means taking timely, effective action.
Proactive people are not idle observers, they are active participants.
In order to be proactive, you must get involved. You have to take initiative and be a part of the solution.
On ships I commanded I had NO place for reactive people. I wanted self starters, proactive people with initiative and human spirit
Proactive people foresee potential obstacles and exert their power to find ways to overcome them before those obstacles turn into concrete roadblocks.
In order to be proactive, you must first develop foresight.
Proactive people are constantly moving forward, looking to the future, and making things happen. They’re actively engaged, not passively observing. Being proactive is a way of thinking and acting.
AT SEA I WAS A MASTER OF CHANGE
YOU CANNOT BE A CHANGE LEADER IF YOU ARE REACTIVE
PROACTIVE LEADERSHIP IS CALLED BLUE OCEAN LEADERSHIP
A REACTIVE CUNT CANNOT MANAGE TIME
PROACTIVE PEOPLE CREATE THEIR OWN BRAND.
AT SEA THE VADAKAYIL BRAND WILL LAST FOR EVER
Proactive people are rarely caught by surprise. They can anticipate problems and events. Understand how things work; look for patterns; recognize the regular routines, daily practices and natural cycles that exist in your business.
Proactive people are self starters and initiators. You are fully committed to the present and tend not to worry too much about what will come later down the line. You focus on things that are real – things that are concrete and things you know to be true. You concentrate on the tasks you are currently accomplishing.
Reactive people wait for others to initiate . They are NOT self starters. They spend substantial time considering and analyzing without acting. They want to fully understand and assess before acting. They believe in chance or luck.
At sea I called them DEADWOOD and SPENT FORCES
The proactive person is perceptive . He has a sharp mind which anticipates the events that are about to happen . His mental radar is on to pick up fore coming shadows. He is ready with both a response and a plan to deal with the outcome.
Self-starters are often admittedly more interested in managing processes than people. In any organization , the most valuable employees are the ones who are proactive.
They control situations by causing things to happen rather than waiting to respond after things happen. People who are proactive don’t sit around waiting for answers to appear; they stand up, put one foot in front of the other, and find the answers. They hold their own torch and create their own path
Use your imagination when anticipating future outcomes. Don’t simply expect the past to always be an accurate predictor for the future; use your creativity and logic. Come up with multiple scenarios for how events could unfold. Proactive people are always on their toes.
Reactive people are essentially like characters in a movie, playing out the script. They often resemble powerless victims, having their lives run by external factors. They have little control over their emotions. Their emotions are dictated by someone or something else; by circumstance and the outside environment. They lack initiative
Being proactive is not a case of being a robot and having no emotions. Rather, it’s being in complete control over your emotions. It’s making the transition – from other people and circumstances being in charge, to being in charge of yourself.
Being reactive means that you don’t take any initiative or make strategic decisions in life, you just go where life kicks you; and then you react to what happens to you, sometimes with positive, but more often with negative feelings—bitching about liPe – nay life
The proactive man uses his imagination , he asks himself what’s likely to happen and he acts accordingly to get the best possible outcome. You must act before a situation becomes a source of frustration or crisis.
With proactive behavior, you become aware that life doesn’t just happen, but that you’re the one who designs your life, you’re the one making choices. With proactive thinking, you focus on things you can change, you make a plan of how you’ll really change them and then go after your goals, while at the same time accepting the things you can’t change.
He knows how to trims his sails. He wont bitch about the direction of wind
He knows how to trims his sails. He wont bitch about the direction of wind
Reactive thinkers wait for life or things to happen to them before taking any steps. The main problem with this type of behaviour and way of thinking is that these people never really face up to their responsibility as they are in a constant battle to resolve the previous issue.
They are never really in a position to resolve their problems as they are always being bombarded with new ones because they still haven’t resolved the previous issue. This situation often makes the reactive person feel as though they are stuck in a rut.
This person does not prepare well and will well blame external factors as the root of their problems. He is the quintessential carpenter who blames hi stools.
Proactive actions are based on our own (personal) values and are less influenced by current affairs.
Sit ass reactive language “ That’s the way I am” ( nobody on the ship ever dared to pull this dialogue with me )
Reactive people are often affected by their physical environment. If the weather is good, they feel good. If it isn’t, it affects their attitude and their performance. Proactive people can carry their own weather with them. Whether it rains or shines makes no difference to them. They are value driven; and if their value is to produce good quality work, it isn’t a function of whether the weather is conducive to it or not.
The ability to subordinate an impulse to a value is the essence of the proactive person. Reactive people are driven by feelings, by circumstances, by conditions, by their environment. Proactive people are driven by values-carefully thought about, selected and internalized values.
Reactive people are affected by the social environment, by the “social weather.” When people treat them well, they feel well, when people don’t, they become defensive or protective. Reactive people build their emotional lives around the behavior of others, empowering the weaknesses of other people to control them.
Proactive people are still influenced by external stimuli, whether physical, social, or psychological. But their response to the stimuli, conscious or unconscious, is a value-based choice or response. Proactive people think about solutions or options. They have a “can-do” attitude
Proactive people take control of their lives. They are not easily offended. They take responsibility for their choices and think before they act. They can bounce back when something bad happens. They find a way to make it happen. They focus on things they can do something about, and don’t worry about things they can’t.
Reactive people make choices based on impulse. They blame others for their problems – being a victim. They suffer from persecution mania and even blame their tools. Don’t be a victim. Stay away from the “Victimitis Virus” – a feeling that you are doomed.
People inflicted with Victimitis believe that everyone has it in for them and that the world owes them. Besides feeling like victims, reactive people are easily offended. The whine and moan. They blame others, fly into a rage and say things they later regret.
Some go into a deep sulk and is the indifferent member of the team. They wait for things to happen to them. They change only when they have to or are armtwisted to. Such a DRIFTWOOD is called a PRICK
Listen to the language. You can hear the difference between proactive and reactive people. Reactive people usually sound negative. Proactive people sound positive. Reactive language takes the power away from you. Proactive language puts you in control. This has nothing to do with NLP shit.
Reactive people are essentially like characters in a movie, playing out the script. They often resemble powerless victims, having their lives run by external factors. They have little control over their emotions. Instead their emotions are dictated by someone or something else; by circumstance and the outside environment.
Proactive means taking responsibility for everything in life. Proactive people make choices based upon values. They go the extra mile. . They are excellent problem solvers.
Expect children to be reactive. They are not yet fully civilized nor adequately experienced.
The reactive person responds after something has happened by which time it is mostly too late to prevent the full impact of an event which if anticipated, could have been easily averted.
Proactive behaviour is influenced by a lifestyle choice, whereas reactive behaviour waits for choices to be made and then responds – hence the reaction part.
The proactive approach is one that deals with things from the inside-out perspective.
There are no inherently good or bad events. Only our judgements of those events make them good or bad, and we are free to choose. Being proactive means you have taken careful, thoughtful steps to choose the appropriate path; you’re not just reacting impulsively to your environment
Don’t allow yourself to get swept up in a feeling of powerlessness. When challenges approach, take control and confront them head on before they grow into overwhelming problems.
THINK AS A TEAM MEMBER, NOT AN EMPLOYEE.
THERE MUST BE THIS FEELING " WE ARE ALL IN IT TOGETHER"
WE WILL NOT ALLOW NLP CONMEN TO EQUATE A CONSCIOUS HUMAN BRAIN WTH THAT OF A DOG ( NON-CONSCIOUS BRAIN WHICH CANT PASS COLOUR/ MIRROR TEST ) UNDERGOING PAVLOVs EXPERIMENT.
NLPs FOUNDATION IS ROOTED IN IGNORANCE AND DECEIT
NLPs FOUNDATION IS ROOTED IN IGNORANCE AND DECEIT
KUTTE KO CHOOIYA BANAAYA
AB HUM TERE KOH CHOOTIYA BANAYENGA !
NLP teaches you STEP BY STEP to con a person ..
QUOTE: When you meet someone and are building a relationship – socially or in business – knowing how to calibrate them is useful.
NLP defines calibration as the process of discovering how to read other people’s responses. Good communicators learn how to heighten their skills of observation. Instead of guessing how somebody else is feeling, they notice and recognise the subtle cues and facial expressions of the people they mix with.
If you’re negotiating a deal in business, take the time to get to know the people with whom you’re negotiating. Friendly, social questions asked at the coffee machine or in the lift can help you calibrate people’s body language and develop your awareness of their responses.
Try this quick game with a friend to calibrate their states. As you do so, notice the changes in their physiology – what happens to their facial movements and colour changes, as well as their body language:
1. First notice their starting position – to check what your friend looks like in neutral.
To get the person into a neutral state, ask a mundane silly question like: ‘What colour are your socks today?’ or ‘How many pens do you keep in your desk drawer?’
2. Ask them to think for a minute about someone they really like, whose company they enjoy – paying attention to any pictures, sounds, or feelings that arise.
Give the person time to really get into the experience.
3. Get your friend to stand up and shake that feeling out.
NLP calls this breaking state.
4. Ask them to think for a minute about someone they really dislike, whose company they don’t enjoy – paying attention to any pictures, sounds, or feelings that arise.
5. Observe your friend and compare the differences in their reaction to a positive and a negative experience. UNQUOTE
WHAT THE FUCK IS ALL THIS ?
MIND YOU--- ALMOST ALL WESTERN NLP CONMEN HAVE RUINED THEIR OWN FAMILY AND SOCIAL LIVES .. JUST LIKE AMWAY SALESMEN
I HAVE BEEN THROUGH 2000 PAGES OF NLP STUFF — SPEED READING
IF CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL SAYS IT IS 100% BULLSHIT— IT WILL BE BRANDED ,SO BY FUTURE GENERATIONS
Wanna read some NLP SHIT ?
QUOTE : To prevent BURN OUT -- hre’s an exercise to work through an issue with the help of music:
1. Think of an issue or a decision that’s bothering you – rate it on a worry scale of 1 to 10 and note the score on a piece of paper.
2. Select three pieces of music of very different styles, from mellow to lively.
For example, try some baroque, jazz instrumentals, heavy rock, or soft vocals.
Brainwaves, from alpha to delta You have four types of brainwave, measured in cycles per second:
1. Alpha brainwaves – clear, calm, and relaxed –
8–12 cycles per second
2. Beta brainwaves – alert and problem solving –
13–30 cycles per second
3. Theta brainwaves – creative and imaginative –
4–9 cycles per second
4. Delta brainwaves – deep sleep – less than 6 cycles per second
3. Play the first piece of music while thinking about your issue, and then rate your thoughts on a scale of 1 to 10. Make a note of how you now see the issue and feel about it.
4. Play the second piece of music while thinking about your issue, and then rate your thoughts on a scale of 1 to 10. Make a note of how you now see the issue and feel about it.
5. Play the third piece of music while thinking about your issue, and then rate your thoughts on a scale of 1 to 10. Make a note of how you now see the issue and feel about it.
Has your thinking shifted? Which music was most powerful for you to become more resourceful? UNQUOTE
THERE MUST BE A LIMIT TO MAKING CHOOTS OUT OF PEOPLE— ALL THE WHILE FLEECING THEM OF THEIR MONEY !
Though out the NLP conmen have dipped into Vedanta and tried a rehash of the most stupid proportions !
HEY NLP CUNT GURUS
CAN YOU MAKE A WOMAN STOP NAGGING ?
IF NOT, SHOVE YOUR CHOOTIYA NLP TECHNIQUES UP YOUR COLLECTIVE ASSHOLES OR TWATS AS THE CASE MAY BE
WANNA KNOW HOW NLP CUNT GURUS GET RID OF YOUR BACK ACHE ?
HOLD YOUR BREATH
QUOTE: Getting rid of that backache
This process can be used for other symptoms such as headaches brought on by too much stress, or muscles that are stiff from maintaining the same position for too long or from overuse.
This process is great for alleviating discomfort quickly, without needing to wait for a doctor’s appointment or resorting to medication, but if your symptoms persist or for peace of mind, do consult your GP.
1. Calibrate your backache on a scale of 1 to 5.
2. Make a picture of the backache.
3. From the form in the later section ‘Submodalities Worksheet’, note the submodalities of the backache.
4. Change each attribute of the backache, one at a time.
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If the pain has a colour, what happens when you give it a different colour, such as healing blue? What happens if you see that band of steel break up into strips of ribbon, fluttering in the wind? If the pain is a dull ache, can you change the feeling to a tingle? If it feels hot, can you change that feeling into one of a cool breeze blowing over the area?
These changes can reduce your backache, if it hasn’t already gone.
5. Now imagine that you’re sitting in front of a cinema screen: remove the backache from your body and project a picture of the backache on to the screen.
6. Make the picture on the screen smaller and smaller until it becomes the size of a balloon.
7. Now watch the balloon float up into the sky, and as you see it floating away your backache is getting less and less.
8. As the balloon reaches the clouds, calibrate your backache to just a 1.
9. As the balloon disappears from sight, the backache fades to just the faintest memory. “UNQUOTE
BACKACHE IS GONE— GONNNAY--- GONE !
FUCKIN’ NLP CUNTS !
WANNA KNOW ABOUT NLP SWISH ?
QUOTE: Using the swish
The swish is a powerful technique – based like a lot of NLP on behavioural psychology – for making lasting changes in habits and behaviours. The swish pattern is designed to change a problematic behaviour that’s driven by a trigger.
The idea behind the swish is to attach a self image to the trigger so that every time the trigger is activated, you see a new way of behaving and you change your behaviour effortlessly.
Say that you bite your nails. The swish enables you to use a picture of the trigger – such as seeing you run a finger along a nail and finding a jagged edge or a response to getting nervous that creates the unwanted behaviour (biting your nails) – to create a new, desired pattern of behaviour or new image (your hands looking immaculate).
You can use the swish pattern to change that feeling of exhaustion after a day’s work into one of being relaxed and ready to enjoy your evening.
1. Identify the unwanted behaviour.
You may want to stop biting your nails, stop smoking, or stop yourselfgetting angry at small transgressions.
2. Check with yourself that going ahead with the change is okay.
Simply ask yourself: ‘Is it okay for me to change in this context?’
3. Identify the trigger that initiates the unwanted behaviour and make an associated picture (check out the ‘Associating or dissociating’ section earlier in this chapter). This image is the cue picture.
You may see yourself running your finger along a nail or in a situation that makes you nervous or angry.
4. Play with the image to discover a critical submodality.
As you become more experienced, you’ll be able to change one or two critical submodalities, but for now start off with one. You change the submodalities of the image to make the cue picture more compelling.
5. Break state.
Break state means to change the state or frame of mind that you’re in. You can stand up and give your body a good shake or move around the room when going from one phase of an exercise to another, allowing a natural break from the pictures and emotions of the first stage of the exercise.
6. Think of the desired image. Create a dissociated image of you doing a preferred behaviour or looking a certain way.
7. Break state.
8. Recall the cue picture. Make sure that you’re associated into it and place a frame around it.
9. Create an image of the desired outcome.
10. Squash the desired image into a very small, dark dot and place it in the bottom left corner of the cue picture. ( HOW ABOUT MY ASSHOLE ?)
11. With a swishhhh sound, propel the small, dark dot into the big picture so that it explodes, covering the cue picture. ( CAN WE MAKE BRRRRR SOUND – BOLOH TOH-- PRRRRR ?)
12. Break state.
13. Repeat the process several times speedily.
If you display more kinaesthetic tendencies than visual or auditory, you may find the swish more effective when you keep your hands far apart at the start of this exercise. Then, as you swishhhh, bring your hands together quickly. UNQUOTE
HEY CUNT NLP GURU --- ITNA SARAL ?
CHECK OUT HOW NLP CUNT GURUS SORT OUT FIGHTS BETWEEN HUSBAND AND WIFE
QUOTE: Imagine that you’re in a relationship that isn’t working.
You can use the concept of logical levels to help you find the best way forward.
Here’s how the process works:
1. Recognise that things are out of alignment.
You know this situation is the case when you’re uncomfortable withyour partner and you know that you want things to be different.
2. Discover what can be different.
Ask yourself certain questions that can help you pinpoint exactly what you want to be different. If you both simply moved to a new flat or different city would things improve? For example, does one set of in-laws make too many demands on your time and stop you from developing your relationship as a couple? Or do you have a fundamental difference in your values? Each logical level has certain types of questions. (Headto the later section ‘Finding the Right Lever for Change’ to help you work through the individual logical levels.)
3. When you’ve identified the logical level, bring that level back in alignment with the others.
At the lower levels, say at environment or behaviour, you may both be able to adjust some simple habits in order to have a harmonious relationship. You may ask your partner to be more tidy at home, for example, while you share the administration of bill paying. Building your skills in an area such as talking freely about your feelings or learning DIY may take more time and effort. Also, working with an individual coach can be valuable, to help you examine your beliefs and values or develop a stronger identity for yourself.
Fran was shocked when her husband of ten years announced that he was leaving home and moving in with one of her good friends. She felt that if they were to move house (change the environment level) and spend more time together (the behaviour level) all would be well. Through some relationship work, she came to realise that her husband had always had completely different values (the beliefs and values level) from her. He was from a large, boisterous family environment, and Fran focused all her attention on her work. She never wanted to be a mother or homemaker (the identity level) and felt her sense of purpose was achieved through her work in corporate litigation.
In the end, they decided to divorce and amicably go their separate ways because they each wanted a fundamentally different relationship. UNQUOTE
An "eye accessing cue chart" as it appears as an example in Bandler & Grinder's Frogs into Princes (1979).
The six directions represent "visual construct", "visual recall", "auditory construct", "auditory recall", "kinesthetic" and "auditory internal dialogue".
There are eye cues, however .
Once my Punjabi Chief Officer –a great bullshit master—told my wife that a famous Bollywood heroine sat next to him in his final year at school.
When my wife told me this—I said— “I will ask him a question , tonight when I call him for a beer”
So so so—while having beer I asked him “ My wife said that this woman actress was your class mate. Which side of you did she sit on the same bench ?”
I watched his eyes
Later I told my wife—“ He speaks the truth “
The eye cue has to be double checked with a facial muscle movement--one of the 42.
Capt Ajit Vadakayil says -- NLP gurus are conmen who fleece naïve people off their money.
The police must arrest these NLP charlatans .
Zionist Multinational companies sponsor these NLP cheats gurus and subject their management to such methods.
NLP is just part of a long line of mass marketing seminars that purport to virtually cure any mental disorder..
This is where it stops getting funny anymore.
IF CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL CANT BELL THE FUCKIN’ NLP CAT – WHO CAN , ON THIS PLANET ?
NLP is steeped in deceit - it’s a slimy technique of layering subtle meaning into spoken or written language so that you can implant suggestions into a person’s unconscious mind without them knowing what you’re doing. Almost all NLP gurus are failures in real life die to their penchant to cheat for no rhyme or reason..
THIS POST IS NOW CONTINUED TO PART 10, BELOW-
CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL