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Verbalize Your Action, Issue #024 -- Consequences Shared Identities
November 24, 2017

November 24th 2017 #024

Combine Your Projected Consequences with Your Shared Identities

Move into top gear in your response ability inside awareness situations by combining your projected or anticipated consequences with your shared identities. The result is that you operate inside your projected or anticipated or expected consequences shared-identities.

What are your-consequences?

Your-consequences are your action's result that are directly contributing to the fulfilment of your-goals, which in turn leads to your achievement of your-purpose. It is your good consequences from your actions that everyone around you is looking for.

But you have to fuel yourself by projecting or anticipating what results your action will produce in trying to reach what you are aiming for.

So, for example, you call into action your-motives, your-hope, your-values, your-emotions, and your-moods to prepare and produce your-consequences so that you can leap to the next step of your-actions, standing on your fresh consequences.

This is what we call your consequences-shared-identities.

What is shared-identity?

Your-shared-identity is a very powerful and dynamic resource at your disposal. It enables you to become part of "birds of a feather fly together…".

For example, are your shared-identities linking forward to your-consequences. More realistically, is your washing of feet (shared-identity) preparing and producing a good consequence, such as, sitting down with others to enjoy a well deserved rest with a meal and some drinks?

This means you have learnt, through situations, how to link your-consequences to your shared-identities.

You have also learnt, through situations, how to come together with others.

Your have learnt, through situations, how to initiates the shared-identity events, things, processes, and phenomena inside your teams or groups.

Perceive Your Consequence-shared-identity Before You Do shared-identity

You should pay attention to your consequence-shared-identities in order to build from one good consequence to another good consequence.

Otherwise you risk canceling a good consequence with a bad consequence if you do not link forward with consequence-shared-identities.

For you to be able to display or realise consequence-shared-identities in situations, you need to perceive your consequence-shared-identities before your shared-identities inside each awareness situation.

For your-consequences to be good in each awareness situation you need the combination of consequence-shared-identities to lead and build on each good consequence.

Lead yourself with a simple " I am doing this thing so that .... must happen." where your consequence-shared-identity is the required combination to complete your statement.

Verbalize Your Consequence-Shared-Identities

Here is an interesting almost principled guiding verbalization for you to ponder upon and mediate on.

Self Awareness Development

Be Conscious of the 'Aware' in AEBOD To Consequence-shared-Identity

By now you know the application of the term 'AWARE' from the acronym AEBOD to your consequence-shared-identities.

Please see my previous articles for an explanation of the acronym AEBOD.

Apply "AWARE" to your consequence-shared-identities.

To read more on your-shared-identity go to Your-Shared-Identity

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