Let's begin where we left off. Demonstrations and examples that challenge the way we think. They are all examples of something called a pattern interrupt. The traditional definition of this leans towards psychology. A search reveals that Milton Erikson could be considered the most influential. Be this as it may, Neuro Linguistic Programming is the first … Continue reading Ideas have consequences? Pt. 2
A search of this phrase reveals that a man named Richard Weaver wrote a book on the subject in 1948. That is not the base of this post, but it is likely the source credit for this notion. I learned about it from a man named Jeffery Combs. What is an idea anyway? The Oxford … Continue reading Ideas have consequences? Pt. 1
There is a notion that suggests the simpler an ideal is, the more powerful it is. Such an ideal would encompass all and leave nothing excluded, even that which goes against it. The first thing that many would be reminded of is God, a higher power, Allah, a spiritual deity... Whichever discipline honors you best, … Continue reading Simplicity?
The general definition of aspiration, according to Oxford, is the hope or ambition of achieving something. The word itself is suggestive of direction and desire. Both meet up at a corner, creating willingness. To be willing at the corner of direction and desire. I personally prefer tenacity, however aspiration is a better fit for this … Continue reading Source of Aspiration
Thoasp sounds a little strange, huh? Good - that means it's different than what we're used to reading. The purpose of this blog is to share and expand on the possibilities stemming from personal direction, done by originating and inspiring thought. To start off, I'll be clear about this post. To inspire requires a two … Continue reading Thoasp: Thoughts of an Aspirationist