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Multiple Personality Order

Multiple Personality Order

Have a decision to make? Let the judges decide?

Each of us has (at least) 3 judges to help us with decisions. That means we have one of many scenarios:

  • 3-0 vote,
  • 2-1 vote,
  • 1-2 vote,
  • 0-3 vote.

Let’s meet the 3 judges, shall we?

BTW, this is a draft of a speech for a corporate event that I’m working on (right here, right now) to help in (corporate) decision making.

The Mind

Judge #1 is in our heads, our thoughts, our rational and analytical mind.

For me, he’s a professor, probably of math or physics, and he likes to analyze the situation, weigh the pros and cons, and then make a decision based on the information.

The Heart

Judge #2 is where our passions lie, where the butterflies flutter, and is the center of love.

our love, our caring yet also desires, joy, and happiness but still concerned about a letdown, failure, and, of course, heartbreak.

The Gut

Judge #3 is when we “just have a feeling” about something.

We often can’t explain it (certainly not to The Mind), but we just “know” or “feel” something.

Judge #3 is not be underestimated.

Practice Runs

I walk through my upcoming speeches on audio. I record video in my Studio in the Woods, I take lots of notes. Here’s a record–mostly so I remember what I’ve done–and can improve at each step. Can’t improve what you can’t measure.

Take #1

Here we go.

Take #2

Take #3

Take #4

P.S. I’m filing this under “Delegating.”

Take #5

Take #6

Take #7

Take #8

The Talk

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