Hi there, Coach Bob here to talk about The Genius is in the Unknown.
A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity and good fortune to have Jill Young, the excellent speaker, and motivator implementer, talking to us at The Visionary Forum and helping us to understand an area of life that is the unknown is the genius.
It's also tapping into the brilliance and the change in creativity. We Visionaries, that's where you could really thrive. What is the unknown? It's curiosity, wonder, magic, testing ourselves, going to the edge, and hopefully not going over. Why do we want to tap into this unknown? Then, what makes it a genius? It's clarity, confidence, creativity, and production. How do we get to that space? You may think to yourself: “I have a lot to do with the unknown and it is scary”. “I'm not sure this is what I'm used to”. If you're happy with that, fantastic. A lot of us want more, and we want to make a difference in the world. So how do we do it?
How do we do it?
It's structured discipline, having a team, asking for help, and fanatically scheduling "I" time. The time I am tapping into my head and my heart could be meditation. We at iMatter have the Take Five check-ins and the 331. Those are free tools, you can go check those out. Next would be to create a shared safe space. That might be peer groups. It's a place where I have a safe space and where I can hear myself think. I also do my Take Five and 331 weekly and daily. Then I listen to an audio and I hear myself there. Also, I'm sharing it with others. So I'm being vulnerable, asking for help, and then choosing my “tude”. So if I'm nervous or afraid, and I'm choosing to stay there, then I don't raise my level of consciousness to go to that love frequency where I embrace the unknown. I'm full of wonder, and I'm not in fear. So I am choosing my “tude” to smile, have fun, and look forward to things.
Jill, thank you for helping to remind us to not be afraid of the unknown and to not avoid it, but to go into it like the buffalo. Also to go into it with a smile on our face, to really bask in the unknown and that as Visionaries, that's where our genius is. So thank you, Jill, for that. I've been reminded several times since. You're amazing and you taught me that. “Oh, no, I don't know what I'm doing”. This is part of my genius.
iM Coach Bob. Thanks for listening, peace.