We welcome ReeceÂ employees
to the School of Thinking.
Here we teach X10 thinking … as a skill.
Learn x10 thinking in 90 days!
Welcome to the online campus of the School of Thinking. Your CEO, Peter Wilson, has sponsored your personal invitation to enrol in SOT and upgrade your own strategic thinking skills.
SKILL = DAILY PRACTISE
5 minutes practise a day!
As with sports, arts, and other areas of expertise skill comes from practise and repetition over time. If you wish you can enrol now for daily lessons in x10 Thinking. Each lesson only takes about 5 minutes but it’s the DAILY practise that will build your skill.
Click on the orange button below to go to the Enrolment Form, then just write your preferred first name and email address and press START. You’ll then start receiving your x10 Thinking lessons straight away. Remember, you can Opt-In or Opt-Out at anytime.
School of Thinking is 100% online!
Personal Benefits of X10 Thinking
Jack Welch of GE and Larry Page of Google are both business leaders who use and promote x10 Thinking. Here’s a quote from recent article in the Australian Financial Review:
Google’s leaders often have to wrest employees away from seeking a 10 per cent improvement and towards finding one that is “10X” (that is, ten times better) — something that requires them to do things in an entirely new way, not just optimise what already exists. Most 10X attempts will fail, but that is accepted.
In business and in other commercial enterprises there are many rewards and benefits for x10 Thinkers because when you become skilled at x10 Thinking you can make even faster and better decisions regarding your wealth, health, business and personal security.
The ability to alter one’s thinking and responses so as to produce better outcomes is one of the most important and distinctively human traits. This capacity for self-regulation is thus one of the most important elements of thought leadership.
One could go so far as to say it is the single most important aspect because, if your self-regulation is powerful enough, then regardless of your inclinations, past experiences, or deficits in life, you can always do the adaptive or better thing.
Self-regulation can be the trump card of thought leadership. For example, you can:
Â» Be able to see more opportunities
Â» Be better at solving problems
Â» Enjoy making decisions
Â» Be more effective at planning
Â» Get much better results
Â» Find it easier to be innovative and creative
Â» Be able to take advantage of changes in circumstances
Â» Get more things done
Â» Think more efficiently and worry less
Â» Own a basis for a higher communication with others
Â» See information in new and more useful ways
Â» Learn the skill of Quantum Leaping
Â» Generate better and better alternatives
Â» Raise the level of every other thought-based skill you possess
Â» Apply these new skills to your personal and family life.