The Psychology of Behavior, Part II

The Psychology of Behavior, Part II

Having established that our perception of the world is formed through our senses – our feelings, memories and behaviours are closely intertwined with every sensory experience. Hopefully, we would have observed our own thinking and language objectively, to be more aware of which of the modalities we are modeling. The meaning we give to our experiences also code, order and determine our behaviour to certain events and happenings in our lives. Since the meaning of an experience can be changed then our state can also change; and this will facilitates a change in responses or behaviours. Thus when we behave differently, we change both our own reality and our personal world. We need to consciously examines the cogs of our mind to understand what drives human behaviour, and learn how our thoughts, emotions and individual actions work together to affect how we conduct ourselves. The essence of behavioural change lies in our ability to understand the intricate coding behind thinking and human conduct. We can use our own mental cognisance to change the ways they habitually behave and literally reprogram our mind. We can learn how to gain more control over what we have considered to be just automatic functions of our own neurology. There are insightful methods which could serve as gateways through which we can approach situations from fresh angles. These techniques in Epic Outcomes Matrix, help us re-evaluate the ways we handle tasks, engage in conversations and respond to the circumstances we are in. The average human behaviour is composed almost entirely of habits and unconscious patterns of response. And once we recognise how these habits and patterns affect our behavior, we can reorient our learned responses. But, what really motivates us to respond in a certain way? What is the reasoning behind the decisions we make (conscious or unconscious)? The grain of our habits are stirred by our metaprograms – individual mental processes which manage, guide, and determine various other mental processes in our mind. Metaprograms are simply a higher level of function that instructs a certain line of response. They primarily describe the reasoning behind people’s behaviour. Our metaprograms are the inbuilt context dependent habitual responses which were learned overtime. Our metaprograms are interesting windows into the human mind that help us understand ourselves and others, so we can gain a stronger understanding of their personal behaviours and preferences. Although our metaprograms differ from person to person, our metaprograms identify how our minds are hardwired and how this determines our behaviour. Most people have a mix of different patterns of behaviour, but will tend to lean one way more than the other. Whatever the case, by mastering our metaprograms, we can gain full control of our mind, adopt a positive frame of mind and identify ways we could function effectively. This will enable us to build bridges with others, because once we recognise our own intrinsic values, we can adapt ourselves to situations and perform at our absolute best. Read other articles and see additional resources at my closed community reserved for special, committed people. Join here now…

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