382 thoughts on “#018 NOTICE

  1. noticing someone’s demeanour … and then checking in if they are okay is a really important observation in our busy lives both at work and at home

  2. It’s an interesting question. I don’t know what I need to notice – because I haven’t noticed it yet. It can be hard to filter out what is noise and what is adding value. I do notice that one you’ve Started Doing, the motion becomes self-perpetuating or self-sustaining – and that’s why I like Start-Do-Notice, becauses engages process.

  3. I usually notice a change in people’s body language. I think this is an important thing to notice as so much of communication is non-verbal and it provides so much more information than what is verbally expressed sometimes.

  4. Notice how much we project ourselves on each other, the good and the bads… the quicker we realise the earlier we learn to confront our own self.

  5. noticed that real time lead gen. unit is not linked to the b/s hours information. Automating the 2 will improve efficiency

  6. I need to notice what others are wanting to notice. Portray the attributes that others would want to see so that i can progress

  7. Notice the things which don’t fit into my CVS. Other people’s words/ideas/opinions/points of view which don’t support MY comfort zone words/ideas/opinions/points of view.

  8. I have noticed increasingly that we have a world with supposedly educated people who have no thinking skills. This might seem obvious to some, however some of the people guilty of this have no awareness of their own lack of thinking ability. We should be teaching people to think, not how to answer questions correctly.

  9. I noticed one of my teams reflection on a meeting was very different to mine, opposite ends of the spectrum. I only knew because he told me.

  10. I noticed that a business was focusing in a particular market though its pure products could potentially be applied in other markets, which would x10 this business. A true CVS2BVS moment.

  11. I need to notice that I am attempting to train my body the same way I use to when I was 25. I’m 46 now, I have had spinal surgery, my body is not the same. I noticed a friend who is in his 60’s, and I watch how he trains his body. He is strong, very fit and alive, I can see it in his eyes. He trains in other ways, like bush walking, canoeing, assailing, bush camping etc. It’s all fun and he works out doing this type of activities over the weekends.

  12. I noticed that in my design process I can focus on noticing really intensely when I take photos and scrutinise them.

  13. I’m noticing that my new design has a serious flaw, and I’m failing to notice any quick ways to fix it. But I will. I just have to change my cvs to a bvs

  14. Something important, my life: I notice that I have a judgment about myself. I have a difficult time sharing openly that “I don’t know something”. I judge myself as a fool if I share that. BVS: I’m a learner, a curious person. “expert” label is a disadvantaged trap, that won’t let one not-know (and there is so much we don’t know).
    knowing is a disease, not knowing is great, as you stay curious and look with open eyes.

  15. I need to notice my moods and when I should not be working (or responding to emails) when my mood is not good, as I can be too critical in my view.

  16. I have been paying attention to another parent particular parenting skills. What I noticed most was how the parent encouraged her little ones to learn a task by watching an adult/child perform the task.

  17. While doing exercises to fix a bung hip, I noticed after doing my exercises after walking, certain muscles were being used more than I am used to. I guess I also noticed that I obviously haven’t been using those muscles for a while, which has probably caused my problem.

  18. Because I receive a large proportion of my work from one client, I speak to that client almost everyday. I need to notice whether that is specific to that client or whether there is a relationship between the amount of contact I have with my other clients and the work that they provide me directly or indirectly.

  19. I need to distinguish my system 1 and system 2 thinking. I need to notice details of my events and how it triggers a response , can i pause between trigger and responsse

  20. I notice people around me. I notice what is happening in my business and personal life. I pay attention and notice to my financial situation. I notice what is going on with my body. I notice what is going on in my mind. I notice my relationship with people around me.

  21. In the business of teaching children how to think, I noticed the following:

    1. Parents are obsessed with grades. Anything that increases grades is a welcome thing.
    2. Parents will only be interested if something is reflected in the report card. If it is not in the report card, they aee not interested.
    3. I noticed that parents have no time to bring their kids to my centers so proximity to the thinking centers is a big factor.
    4. Kids enjoy my sessions. They would rather skip classes.
    5. Parents don’t think that learning how to think is important as learning math, science, etc.

  22. I need to notice when I am avoiding a situation – usually in which there is potential for conflict. Why am I avoiding? What is my CVS? Am I defending a position or am I engaged in finding a BVS?

  23. Je dois noter le point de vue des autres participants, en fait les membres du Conseil d’Administration de mon association, dans différentes situations où il y a un risque de conflit avec le détenteur des droits de l’œuvre du mathématicien Caleb Gattegno (1911-1988) dont nous diffusons l’approche pédagogique. Je dois aussi noter leurs réactions aux différentes propositions émises pour résoudre ces situations.

    I must note the point of view of the other participants, in fact the members of the Board of Directors of my association, in different situations where there is a risk of conflict with the owner of the rights of the work of the mathematician Caleb Gattegno (1911 -1988) whose teaching approach we disseminate. I must also note their reactions to the various proposals made to resolve these situations.

  24. I notice that there is a threshold in physical training intensity, below which, exercise provides simply a psychological boost, and above which, there is perceptible gain in fitness.
    I wonder whether the same is true for cognitive training.
    Compare an easy cross word with a difficult Sudoku. The former requires recollection of familiar words, the latter requires concentrated problems solving (on a small scale). Does either lead to sustained benefit? Would either qualify for Ericsson’s term “deliberate practice”?
    How does one know when cognitive training begins to strengthen thinking muscles? What is the metric?

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