I build models to feel in control. This means I sometimes need to stop building models and get into the real world, and this may feel hard.
I’ve found a path, and I’m following it. I don’t know the destination, and that’s fine, since I trust myself to make good decisions where to go next. I also have great friends who help me.
What I do to find new things to learn is different from what I need to do to learn them. I need to develop a machine like process for learning specific things. This will stop me ‘spinning my wheels’ when I should be getting on with things.
My tapping foot is telling me I need to move to have ideas. I work best on the move, or when I am ‘somewhere’. (I did 3hrs reading/writing on the train home…)
I need to know when I’m on the Drama Triangle, were other people are, and understand what I can do.
I build models feel in control, and compensate for my lack of short term memory. I can feel really out of control when I don’t have an understanding of what is going on. (So I should get to places /events early, have phone numbers / directions sorted, get written timetables.)
Learning and teaching Clean Language and Modelling enables anti-fragility. Learning to model means you can grow, understand your patterns, be anti-fragile.
You can’t have outcomes faster than the speed of trust.
You may have multiple allegiances or reasons for questioning. Know why you are asking each question.
I make expensive decisions sometimes because for me, the alternative is to do nothing, not to plan how to do things cheaper.
I’ve got power and control, it can be used, and wasted.
I’m a novice at this.
The clean community are lovely. I’m happy to be a part. Thanks to everyone who made Northern Clean possible.
Thanks to David Grove for creating something amazing.