We’re often told that our mind is much like a computer. That’s certainly true in terms of our default settings. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. In the second segment, there is no interview this week, but instead we will look at the dramas that are part of these default settings we’re discussing — ours and those of others and how to work effectively within them. That and more on today’s show.
Bob’s Thought of the Day
- What your default setting is, and why you may need to change it.
- Examples of default settings when an uncomfortable situation occurs.
- How a positive default setting makes Lisa Wilber a very effective leader.
- Six quick and simple steps to resetting your personal default system and dramatically increasing your influence.
- The concept of “personal dramas” — emotional reactions we have when faced with stressful situations.
- Three steps to handling pressure situations and turning potential adversaries into allies.
- Two personal examples of how to handle a person’s default setting appropriately.
- Why it’s important to acknowledge and understand others’ default settings if you want to lead, persuade, and influence them successfully.
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