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Organizing Your Mind with the Magic of Labels

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Labels for Organizing Info

I’d like to share with you a story from the days when I was working with kids.
A 10-year-old boy came to work with me as his parents were very worried. He forgot everything.
Whatever his teachers would teach him, he would forget and every day they had to start over with everything they’d learned the day before.

The first time I saw him, I noticed he struggled to express himself, always asking me for a paper to draw what he wanted to say.
It didn’t take long for me to realize he struggled with the thinking skill of labels.

What was happening was, every time a piece of information would go into his brain, it would go into a big pot of mush. T
hen when you’d ask him to repeat back a story you told him 5 minutes ago, he couldn’t do it because there was a mess and impossible to find.

By improving this thinking skill of labeling, his brain can begin organizing the information and use it easily.

Labeling is a prerequisite for organizing your brain. Or brain has to know what is what before it can even get started.

What is Labeling?

Labeling is calling items, people, ideas, concepts, etc. by the right labels.
Instead of this, that, there, whatever, you want to use the proper label.

Many things in life already have labels but often more abstract concepts don’t - especially what you create. Think systems, rituals, etc. that you created.
If you want your brain to remember it, you want to give it a name, a label.


Improving Your Labeling

Improving the thinking skill of labeling is going to simply take awareness.

Whenever you are talking or writing, take that extra moment to see if there is a better word to use.

Another tip I found that helps, is taking 5 minutes a day to walk around and point at items around you and labeling exactly what it is, a fork, a tree etc.
You can take it up a level by labeling abstract items such as parts of your systems or strategies you use.
Remember if there is no label, create one!

My Experience with Labeling

Labeling has actually been a thinking skill I’ve been spending some time on.
I was pretty good at it before, but once I’ve taken that extra minute to really use the label, not only has my brain been organized and my communication greatly improved, but one of the things that surprised me most, was how much better my daily emails were getting.
I would write a sentence, notice the word “this” or “it” was written and backspace it to replace it with a better label.
What was fascinating was how much more fun it became for me and how many more people told me they enjoy the emails. 

Your Challenge

Your challenge this week is to watch the words you are using. 
Pick a specific person or area in which you'll make sure you are using precise labels. It can be when you're sending out emails or when you're speaking to your husband.
As you become more aware and change vague words for precise labels you'll notice it will be easier for you to organize your thoughts and space around you. 
Focus on it now, pretty quickly it will become second nature.


​Cheers to Peak Brain Performance!

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Organizing Your Mind with the Magic of Labels

CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML

Labels for Organizing Info

I’d like to share with you a story from the days when I was working with kids.
A 10-year-old boy came to work with me as his parents were very worried. He forgot everything.
Whatever his teachers would teach him, he would forget and every day they had to start over with everything they’d learned the day before.

The first time I saw him, I noticed he struggled to express himself, always asking me for a paper to draw what he wanted to say.
It didn’t take long for me to realize he struggled with the thinking skill of labels.

What was happening was, every time a piece of information would go into his brain, it would go into a big pot of mush. T
hen when you’d ask him to repeat back a story you told him 5 minutes ago, he couldn’t do it because there was a mess and impossible to find.

By improving this thinking skill of labeling, his brain can begin organizing the information and use it easily.

Labeling is a prerequisite for organizing your brain. Or brain has to know what is what before it can even get started.

What is Labeling?

Labeling is calling items, people, ideas, concepts, etc. by the right labels.
Instead of this, that, there, whatever, you want to use the proper label.

Many things in life already have labels but often more abstract concepts don’t - especially what you create. Think systems, rituals, etc. that you created.
If you want your brain to remember it, you want to give it a name, a label.


Improving Your Labeling

Improving the thinking skill of labeling is going to simply take awareness.

Whenever you are talking or writing, take that extra moment to see if there is a better word to use.

Another tip I found that helps, is taking 5 minutes a day to walk around and point at items around you and labeling exactly what it is, a fork, a tree etc.
You can take it up a level by labeling abstract items such as parts of your systems or strategies you use.
Remember if there is no label, create one!

My Experience with Labeling

Labeling has actually been a thinking skill I’ve been spending some time on.
I was pretty good at it before, but once I’ve taken that extra minute to really use the label, not only has my brain been organized and my communication greatly improved, but one of the things that surprised me most, was how much better my daily emails were getting.
I would write a sentence, notice the word “this” or “it” was written and backspace it to replace it with a better label.
What was fascinating was how much more fun it became for me and how many more people told me they enjoy the emails. 

Your Challenge

Your challenge this week is to watch the words you are using. 
Pick a specific person or area in which you'll make sure you are using precise labels. It can be when you're sending out emails or when you're speaking to your husband.
As you become more aware and change vague words for precise labels you'll notice it will be easier for you to organize your thoughts and space around you. 
Focus on it now, pretty quickly it will become second nature.


​Cheers to Peak Brain Performance!

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.

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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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