Anybody can wake up to a pink slip that led to 533,000 jobs lost this month, and to 1 in 10 mortgages in trouble. Daily, the news points to people losing jobs they’d banked on for a lifetime. But can you downsize a call?
Sadly, even those who escape the hatchet tell you they dislike what they do or detest where they work. Yet, have you ever heard of a person hating his or her call?
Lissa and Randy Boles speak of a call, as work with a space for what you love most. It makes sense to cultivate a call, if you consider the brain’s proclivity to make it great.
Toss a call into your life’s ring, and you’ll insure working brainpower, that sustains you beyond fleeting profits or fickle firms. How does it happen? Your brain is equipped to replace uncertainties of an erratic economy. Furthermore, a call let’s you live mental realities that reboot your brain for adventure as well as profitability on an even wider scale.
Consider these 21 comparisons to see if you answer to work or a call:
1. Work:Other workers can bore you – so you’re not getting ahead and may get downsized first when a crunch hits.
Call: Boredom is more a habit formed in brains, and adventure’s excellence is shaped by your choices in a call.
2. Work:Only when things in life change and improve, do workers feel better about their future.
Call: Well being comes partially from and is extended by serotonin chemical hormones that are fueled by a genuine call.
3. Work:Workers can make others angry, fearful or frustrated and often they react to endanger their position at work.
Call: Anger, fear, and frustration come from cortisol chemical hormones, and are far less common to those who celebrate personal satisfactions that accompany a call.
4. Work:Workers tell you it’s best to get things off your chest by venting and speaking out about key problems.
Call: Research shows that venting is bad for the brain as it creates new neuron pathways to vent, not usually found on pathways toward a call.
5. Work:Only once a situation improves at times, can workers achieve success in any workplace.
Call: Dendrite brain cells use the outside world and take shape, or grow based on what you do in ways that enrich a call.
6. Work: Music is the last thing you find to help in stressful situations or to aid concentration in most workplaces,
Call: Music changes brain wave speeds in ways that impact moods and alter productivity for more success to those who are called.
7. Work: Talk from others dominates the way to learn new skills for workers – especially when the speaker’s interests are engaged.
Call: Lectures and talks work against any listeners’ brains and benefit speakers’ intelligence mostly, while those who are called engage a full mix of intelligences to learn.
8. Work:Following regular routines is traditional workplace practice, and stress from rigidity can literally shrink a worker’s brain.
Call: Non-Hebbian people who follow a call, rewire their brains daily to add incentives, increase focus and regenerate their brains.
9. Work:Workers are forced attend diversity training programs, where diversity is often mistaken for rules and subtle inequities.
Call: Diversity training commonly works mentally against a called person’s mind because of its deficit model, and lack of value for each person’s full mix of intelligences.
10. Work: Workers lose sleep through anxiety so that it’s impossible to concentrate or to get motivated.
Call: Brain waves tend to bring both sleep and peak performance, based on how called people activate them.
11. Work:Following a predictable schedule and holding strong traditions is preferable practice for most workers, which is why their basal ganglia stores meaningless facts and creates ruts.
Call: Multiple intelligences are common to those who are called, and are developed daily, so that working memory remain alive to hold more current facts that lead to change and rejuvenation.
12. Work:Cynicism is a given part of most workplaces and becomes the speed-bump that slows any intelligent approach to life.
Call: Cynical mindsets that block creativity in workers, are replaced by talents alive in those who are called, so that innovation follows more naturally.
13. Work: As workers get older they tend to forget things more, and even forget key skills so productivity fails.
Call: Memory can be outsourced to increase remember, and rewired plasticity sustains a called person youthfulness and intellectual capacity.
14. Work:When discouragement hits, workers exchange hope for moods until work life improves.
Call: Encouragement that changes the chemistry of brains through raised serotonin, tends to accompany a call.
15. Work:Workers tend to compete, blame and show jealousy in their drive to move forward, so that others resent their communications.
Call: Meta messages that destroy relationships through implications different from what is said, are far from the enthusiasm of a person who enjoys personal zip from a call.
16. Work:Some workplaces call for hard skills and some call for soft skills, yet hard skills trump soft where most people work.
Call: Those who are called, often tend to integrate both hard and soft skills to solve complex problems with the brain in mind.
17. Work:For most workers, stress that literally shrinks the brain is as common as tough schedules they keep, and stress acts as a silent killer at work
Call: Stress is replaced by mental adrenalines that add to well-being and increase profitability for those who are called.
18. Work:With so many people gathered at times, use of names is simply not expedient across large workplaces.
Call: A called person greets people by name, activating a spike in the brain area responsible for personal awareness.
19. Work: After workers master a skill, only then are often expected to teach that same skill to others, for the benefit of a firm.
Call: Inspired creativity and invention comes to called people who teach others at the same time they also learn, and model talents required for their call.
20. Work:There are many problems that leaders need to resolve before improvements can be seen in workplaces, or felt by workers.
Call: Called leaders create new neuron pathways each time they add solutions to any problem they encounter in their call.
21. Work: What’s good for men at work, is good for women at work, and both try to master similar approaches.
Call: Those who are called live the zip that comes from a recognition that women’s and men’s brain differ biologically and intellectually in ways that few workers optimize.
How’s your brainpower helping to insure you beyond an unsteady economy?