#1 – Be forensic

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Easy instructions on how to use the Ten Mindful Emojis:

• Mindful emojis are always put at the beginning of the text message, not the end.

• A mindful emojis is a powerful thinking software for the brain. For example, the black hat emoji “BE JUDGMENTAL” is an algorithm for the deliberate use of judgmental thinking. 

• Mindful emojis can be sent to yourself, others or groups.

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Is it true? Fact check. Search more information. Be attentive to facts and figures. Be aware of true news or fake news? When you text or SMS this emoji you just give neutral information. You are not polarised or biased. You are a sort of wikipedia. Just get the facts out. Be alert to all the information you can find on the current situation.

KEY STRATEGY: In these first ten lessons you will learn a simple but powerful algorithm called cvs2bvs that asks two main questions: What is the cvs? and What is the bvs? or What is the current view of the situation? and What is the better view of the situation?

cvs2bvs is also called The First Law of Thinking.


Be forensic.

NOTE: When you SMS or text, you can put the magnifying glass emoji at the beginning of your message to show that you are deliberately being forensic. This deliberateness is important and is called 'being mindful' or metacognition.

DFQ: How can I be forensic today?

Give an example of a text message or email you can send today and post your result. Remember, when you text, you can put the magnifying glass emoji at the beginning of your message to show that you are deliberately being forensic.

EXAMPLE: (Text to friend) …

24 thoughts on “#1 – Be forensic

  1. One has to be conscious and deliberate when recording anything in writing. Rigorous application of mind is called for. Especially so when it is on the internet.

    I have a problem. How do I get the emoji inserted at the start of the comment?

  2. Dear Monica,
    I went to the supermarket late today and I found that the rows for toilet paper, tissues and paper hand towels were completely empty. i also found that in many other areas there were shelves that were deficient of products, in particular, cleaning products. From my observations I assume panic buying is still occurring for the items missing from the shelves. I inquired with the check-out attendant and he confirmed that to be the case – he actually complained that too many customers felt they knew more about Coles policies relative to this matter than he did. It confirmed in my mind that there continues to be a hightened concerned regarding the coronavirus and the prospect of isolation.

  3. Email to prospect:

    4.8% of the investment into Infrastructure (public and private) in Australia is lost due to unnecessary safety concerns, injury and death, when you account for personal and costs to taxpayer. It’s getting better, but it’s still way too high. Especially when you consider the government just announced a huge $75B infrastructure budget over 10 years. What sort of strain will this put on services?

  4. Memo to myself

    Before you start forming an opinion take time to lay out all the facts as accurately as you can. Look at where there could be more facts that you haven’t got. Obtain those facts. Once you have all the facts go over them and think in an expansive way about all the possibilities, Then order the possibilities in the most likely eliminating those which aren’t feasible.

    1. We read the same facts, however everyone has different values and expectations. What one person finds acceptable, the other finds deplorable. There doesn’t seem to be a middle ground in politics. Your either one or the other. I want to take the best of both, and remove the worst of both. I need the majority to agree with me in order for my vision to work and benefit everyone.

  5. Round 2
    I’ve been following closely what my hasband was doing, and examining his feedback for clues about new search.

  6. The government has announced free education for TAFE students in next year’s budget. Some interpretations state that it is not free there will still be a fee to pay others believe that the courses targeted will have little impact and this is more of a publicity stunt to win over voters.

  7. The bus strike has been going on for the last 15 days. They are asking for a 9.5% pay rise. They will not be paid for the days that they have been on strike for. The pay increase for the year will now be less than the income that they will lose over the duration of the strike.

  8. Email to friend…
    Quantum mechanics and the theory of general relativity have these, like, completely different ideas about how time works. Einstein says time’s relative, depending on where you are and how fast you’re going, yeah? Faster you go, the slower time is. Quantum mechanics, on the other hand, says time’s absolute and external to the universe: keeping track of the wave function in quantum systems. they can’t both be right, can they? Time’s either fixed or it isn’t. And some scientists say it doesn’t really exist at all. According to the thermal time hypothesis, time’s a statistical artefact – the flow of time is an illusion, one deriving from the incompleteness of knowledge. My brain is melting…

  9. Text to kids:

    We are going to an Art Walk on Saturday in Granite Bay. We are leaving the house at 10 and plan to spend no more than 2 hours. Let us know if you would like to join us.

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