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Deepening Your Connection with Your Loved Ones

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Do you wish you could connect with your loved ones on a deeper level?
Want practical tips that are not just go on date nights?

Thinking Skills & Relationships

While we are going about are day, we are using the 28 thinking skills to do what we want to do.
We use these thinking skills to cook, travel, send an emails, fulfill orders, anything and everything, including our relationships.

If any of the 28 thinking skills are weak, it can be hard for us to do what we want to do. 

If you are struggling to connect with a loved, there's a high possibility you have a weak thinking skill of egocentric communication. 

I know that’s a strong term, that’s that one Professor Reuven Feuerstein, the one who identified the 28 cognitive functions used.
The nicer way to say it is considering another person’s perspective.

Consider Another Perspective

Yes, this can be considering what another person is saying when they’re talking or you’re making a decision, but it also goes much deeper.

What are they not saying?
What are they feeling?
How is this affecting them?
What do they not realize what they’re not saying?

4 Ways to Connect Deeper by Considering Their Perspective

1. Pause Your Movie
When a person speaks, we automatically have a movie playing in our brain, imagining what the person is saying. However we usually have our perspective of the movie playing.
When your loved one is talking, put your movie on hold and play their movie.
You’ll get to play your movie as soon they finish talking.

2. Ask specific questions
If you listened to episode 354 you know I’m a massive fan of meditation.
Mediation is a process of asking them questions to help them come to a conclusion themselves.
If your loved one comes to you for advice, instead of telling them what you want, ask them questions to help them understand themselves better and come to the conclusion themselves.
So ask them specific questions to help them come to the conclusion. They should be open ended ones (not ones that they say yes or no) but they should be leading them towards where THEY want to go.
You may not know where they want to go at the start of the conversation, that’s why you’re asking them questions to help figure it out.
It’s true, this process takes more time, but if they feel like you’re asking them questions because they really care about them, no passive aggression here, then they’ll feel a lot more connected.

3. Wait for their response
We live in fast paced world where people don’t have patience.
A great way to connect with someone and see their perspective is to wait patiently to hear what they have to say.
When a person get full undivided attention it, it actually releases oxytocin to the brain.

4. Ask them what they want and where they see the relationship going.
Whether it’s a spouse, friend or business partner, asking them where they think the relationship is going will give you a very direct perspective of what they are desire.
It’s a great way to discuss what you each have in mind, see what’s in common, where you differ and how you are going to make this work.
Just make sure it’s done in a loving, kind way.

Your Challenge

Your challenge this week is to pick one point we spoke about and uplevel your cognitive function of considering another response.

Challenge yourself even more and pick two!

Don't be surprised if you start seeing great results immediately. 

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Just like you, I want to be more efficient and effective.

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At LifePix University we help you rewire your brain to become more efficient and effective while experiencing more inner peace.
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Your Essential Guide

to Cognitive Functions

This guide will give you all you need to start improving your cognitive functions. Learn what all 28 thinking skills are, how they apply to you and what you can do today to begin improving them.

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Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

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Deepening Your Connection with Your Loved Ones

CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML



Do you wish you could connect with your loved ones on a deeper level?
Want practical tips that are not just go on date nights?

Thinking Skills & Relationships

While we are going about are day, we are using the 28 thinking skills to do what we want to do.
We use these thinking skills to cook, travel, send an emails, fulfill orders, anything and everything, including our relationships.

If any of the 28 thinking skills are weak, it can be hard for us to do what we want to do. 

If you are struggling to connect with a loved, there's a high possibility you have a weak thinking skill of egocentric communication. 

I know that’s a strong term, that’s that one Professor Reuven Feuerstein, the one who identified the 28 cognitive functions used.
The nicer way to say it is considering another person’s perspective.

Consider Another Perspective

Yes, this can be considering what another person is saying when they’re talking or you’re making a decision, but it also goes much deeper.

What are they not saying?
What are they feeling?
How is this affecting them?
What do they not realize what they’re not saying?

4 Ways to Connect Deeper by Considering Their Perspective

1. Pause Your Movie
When a person speaks, we automatically have a movie playing in our brain, imagining what the person is saying. However we usually have our perspective of the movie playing.
When your loved one is talking, put your movie on hold and play their movie.
You’ll get to play your movie as soon they finish talking.

2. Ask specific questions
If you listened to episode 354 you know I’m a massive fan of meditation.
Mediation is a process of asking them questions to help them come to a conclusion themselves.
If your loved one comes to you for advice, instead of telling them what you want, ask them questions to help them understand themselves better and come to the conclusion themselves.
So ask them specific questions to help them come to the conclusion. They should be open ended ones (not ones that they say yes or no) but they should be leading them towards where THEY want to go.
You may not know where they want to go at the start of the conversation, that’s why you’re asking them questions to help figure it out.
It’s true, this process takes more time, but if they feel like you’re asking them questions because they really care about them, no passive aggression here, then they’ll feel a lot more connected.

3. Wait for their response
We live in fast paced world where people don’t have patience.
A great way to connect with someone and see their perspective is to wait patiently to hear what they have to say.
When a person get full undivided attention it, it actually releases oxytocin to the brain.

4. Ask them what they want and where they see the relationship going.
Whether it’s a spouse, friend or business partner, asking them where they think the relationship is going will give you a very direct perspective of what they are desire.
It’s a great way to discuss what you each have in mind, see what’s in common, where you differ and how you are going to make this work.
Just make sure it’s done in a loving, kind way.

Your Challenge

Your challenge this week is to pick one point we spoke about and uplevel your cognitive function of considering another response.

Challenge yourself even more and pick two!

Don't be surprised if you start seeing great results immediately. 

ST Rappaport Brain Coach for entrepreneurs png
1.png

Hi, I'm ST,

Just like you, I want to be more efficient and effective.

Most entrepreneurs want to grow their business but already got a lot of stress.
At LifePix University we help you rewire your brain to become more efficient and effective while experiencing more inner peace.
Learn more here.

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Your Essential Guide

to Cognitive Functions

This guide will give you all you need to start improving your cognitive functions. Learn what all 28 thinking skills are, how they apply to you and what you can do today to begin improving them.

2.png

Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

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