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  • throughout our life's journey, There are many roads that we navigate to get to our desired destination.

  • There are ones that are short and simple.

  • They're part of our muscle memory.

  • They're in our comfort zone.

  • Yet others are long, a bit complicated, and at times it is difficult for us to figure out how to get from point A to point B.

  • In our world of constant disruption and innovation, it is key for us tohave a salted life's toolkit to prepare us for the ever changing roads that we come across in our pathways.

  • Our ability to shift our mindset to adapt new ways and be open minded to the changes that are coming is the most important skill in our life tool kit.

  • Combined with our ability to step out of our comfort zone and to adapt our style to look at overcoming obstacles in a new way, it allows us to determine the roads that we will take and the pathway to our desired destination.

  • Now let's put do in the driver's seat, so I want you to go ahead and on the count of three, I want you to clap your hands how you would do it most comfortably, so don't even think about it.

  • Just clap.

  • So are you ready?

  • 123 Slaps!

  • Freeze!

  • How did that feel?

  • Was that comfortable?

  • It was like on autopilot.

  • You didn't even really notice it.

  • So let's do it again.

  • But this time, what I'd like you to do is I want you to pay attention to the position of your hands when you clap.

  • So let's get ready.

  • 123 Freeze!

  • How many of you had your right hand on top when you clapped?

  • You are the most intelligent people in the world according to studies.

  • And those of you who had used your left hand, you are the most creative and innovative people in the world and those who maybe have it slightly different.

  • Maybe flat or vertical studies don't have any label for you, but ultimately your unique.

  • So we'll take you.

  • So I want you now to look at things slightly different.

  • And when you clap this hand, I want you to look at shifting your mindset and clap the way that is uncomfortable for you.

  • So the opposite of what you normally clap.

  • Are you ready?

  • 123 Freeze!

  • So did you actually clapped the other way?

  • Or did muscle memory kick in?

  • Let's try it again, but remember to make that shift when when you're clapping.

  • 123 Freeze.

  • How did that feel?

  • Was it awkward?

  • Was it uncomfortable, or did you remember Thio shift your mindset and with confidence were able to clap the other way.

  • Do you think that if you consciously given the circumstance, were able to shift your mindset to do things differently and clapped the other way and turn that way to be your normal way of clapping that you could do that you absolutely could.

  • Just like in the real world, we have challenges that we need to overcome, and there's times where we have to shift and adapt the new norm.

  • So how do we calibrate our inner compass to navigate through this world of 24 7 Constant change right When you think you've mastered something, the roads have changed or they're gone, and you have to figure out a new way to get to your destination.

  • My background is in technology, and I helped my customers put in, develop and implement systems and processes to be more efficient and profitable.

  • I'm a problem solver.

  • I love solving problems around.

  • Five years ago, quite by accident, I came across a very interesting problem.

  • I was asked to be a judge at a high school technology competition, and so let's just say that it wasn't really reflective of industry.

  • So I offered to put something together that would allow our next generation to develop the skills and understand the career pass to the real world of technology.

  • And what is so exciting about this program is I actually get to work with the next generation with their incredible minds and new ideas alongside my colleagues who are industry experts all together.

  • And what makes this program work is one main thing.

  • Both sides.

  • They need to step out of their comfort zone to shift that mind so were commonly towards one goal to solve a common problem.

  • And what is that tool kit you say that you need in order to be successful in your life's pathway?

  • Well, my family and I this past winter, we went to Yosemite to the Buffalo Bill Museum, and I came across this display and I thought that it was really interesting and amazing the simplicity and portability of it all.

  • This is the Native Americans.

  • Life took it back then and then it made me realize that many of the skills that they use in their tool kit are similar to ours.

  • It's just the tools that are different.

  • And now you say, OK, enough of the past.

  • What about now?

  • I want to know what are those skills for me to be successful in today's world.

  • I am sure that this is something that you all are very familiar with.

  • I would bet that every single one of you has your phone in your hand and if you don't, you have it in your pocket or your purse.

  • Now, I'd like you to take out your phone and take advantage of this incredible moment of being around the most intelligent and creative people in the world.

  • Right here at Palm Harbor University, the future creators and leaders of our world.

  • This tool is not perfect and there are features that we that we like that work OK, and then there are others that are not so good.

  • And as we know, this tool with time will change.

  • And how will you feel that that no longer is.

  • You're comfortable tool that you will have.

  • What will the future tools look like next year?

  • Three years from now, 10 years from now, it definitely will change, that's for sure, and drastically at the speed that our world is going.

  • So through all of this disruption, how can we adequately prepare to adapt toe all the changes that come across our pathways with all the fragmentation that exists?

  • It's our ability to connect is key.

  • It's having the courage toe open new networks toe open to openly collaborate with others to solve problems and challenges, and through our expansion through our growth and expansion, it's stepping back and taking a whole 360 of that network to really see how things are being impacted to determine if what we are building new is not creating more problems or chaos, and through the connecting of the dots of our transformation that we create as we evolve with all these new ideas, it will take us to a new destination.

  • So now let's talk about creating your tool kit and designing your pathway to your destination.

  • I invite you to throw away all of those preconceived ideas and just try something new.

  • Take risks.

  • In other words, create connect.

  • See how something that doesn't even seem to be similar.

  • All of a sudden, is that missing piece to connect the DOT to design your pathway to your destination, so create, connect and innovate and have fun with it because it's all a journey and really all those dots, what they mean is it's an experience to just connect to the next one.

  • All of our tool kids will be unique to who we are because of our strengths and our experiences that we have.

  • But I challenged you that when you get frustrated when you seem overwhelmed that you look at that in a different way and you see that it's actually yourself telling you to use your creativity to make something better, we need to step out of our comfort zone to accept these challenges to connect those dots.

  • And don't settle for good when you can have great because you don't know until you start connecting the dots where your pass may lead, there are no wrong pathways.

  • It just means the pathway to connecting those thoughts is a different way to create your destination.

throughout our life's journey, There are many roads that we navigate to get to our desired destination.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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