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Energy, Future, and Memes: INSTAGRAMI THE FUTURE ENTREPRENEUR TRAIN YOUR MIND TO BE CALM IN EVERY SITUATION BOOM @the.future.entrepreneur 🙌 I believe there are a few levels of mind... 1. Calm and relaxed. 2. Focused and learning. 3. Stressed and on a hair-trigger, and you react to your external world . When you’re at level 3 AND you react to something or someone, you are bound to that emotional state: Focused emotional singleness… you are attached to the emotion that triggered you to react. The emotion that brought you into that level-of-mind has you focused, but only past events equal to that same emotion. So that emotion has you pulling emotional schemas from the past – and trying in vain to fix the problem and predict your next move based on the past. So your brain is numb to the present moment, and cannot move past it. You just recycle that negative energy and eventually you begin to wonder; “WTF happened? I handled that like shit” or you justify your negative actions to ANYONE who will listen. . You felt separated and lost from the present, uncertain about the future and your next move, and can’t even entertain new possibilities or circumstances. Your brain is divided from your creativity, and it’s fixated on what or who triggered your state, and also; worst case scenarios. No new information can enter your working memory that isn’t in-line with the current emotion and emergency. . Einstein once said: You cannot solve a problem with the same level of consciousness that created it. What I believe Einstein meant was; the problem you’re trying to fix can’t be within the same emotion you experienced it with (same level of consciousness). So very little new information can enter into your mind, that isn’t equal to that emotion. So your problem solving is limited to that range of emotion. Thus, you have a very limited level of mind. What you have, is a closed mind with limited resources to self-correct, to learn, to problem solve and to think – just scattered focus. . If success is important to you, fight to keep your mind calm. . markiron mindsetcoach mindsetiseverything 👉 @imarkiron .
Energy, Future, and Memes: INSTAGRAMI THE FUTURE ENTREPRENEUR
 TRAIN YOUR MIND
 TO BE CALM IN
 EVERY SITUATION
BOOM @the.future.entrepreneur 🙌 I believe there are a few levels of mind... 1. Calm and relaxed. 2. Focused and learning. 3. Stressed and on a hair-trigger, and you react to your external world . When you’re at level 3 AND you react to something or someone, you are bound to that emotional state: Focused emotional singleness… you are attached to the emotion that triggered you to react. The emotion that brought you into that level-of-mind has you focused, but only past events equal to that same emotion. So that emotion has you pulling emotional schemas from the past – and trying in vain to fix the problem and predict your next move based on the past. So your brain is numb to the present moment, and cannot move past it. You just recycle that negative energy and eventually you begin to wonder; “WTF happened? I handled that like shit” or you justify your negative actions to ANYONE who will listen. . You felt separated and lost from the present, uncertain about the future and your next move, and can’t even entertain new possibilities or circumstances. Your brain is divided from your creativity, and it’s fixated on what or who triggered your state, and also; worst case scenarios. No new information can enter your working memory that isn’t in-line with the current emotion and emergency. . Einstein once said: You cannot solve a problem with the same level of consciousness that created it. What I believe Einstein meant was; the problem you’re trying to fix can’t be within the same emotion you experienced it with (same level of consciousness). So very little new information can enter into your mind, that isn’t equal to that emotion. So your problem solving is limited to that range of emotion. Thus, you have a very limited level of mind. What you have, is a closed mind with limited resources to self-correct, to learn, to problem solve and to think – just scattered focus. . If success is important to you, fight to keep your mind calm. . markiron mindsetcoach mindsetiseverything 👉 @imarkiron .

BOOM @the.future.entrepreneur 🙌 I believe there are a few levels of mind... 1. Calm and relaxed. 2. Focused and learning. 3. Stressed and on...

Black Lives Matter, cnn.com, and Future: These South Bronx fourth grade boys are talking about race and Black Lives Matter through theater Art stays imitating life! Success Academy Bronx 2 teacher Sentell Harper has created the spoken-word production entitled Alternative Names for Black Boys featuring boys in his fourth grade class as performers, CNN reports. During the production, six black boys wearing gray hoodies line up and ask the poignant question, “Do you see me?” and repeat it several times. With hoods on their heads, they recite the names of black youth and men killed in police brutality incidents, “Freddie … Michael … Philando … Tamir,” they say. “Eric … Alton … Trayvon … Jordan.” “I got my group of boys together, and I said, ‘Today we’re gonna talk about race,'” Harper said.“And they had so much to say. They started telling me stories about their fathers and their brothers, and about dealing with racism — things that I never knew that these young boys went through.” Harper, who is a black actor and playwright, was inspired by the Danez Smith poem “Alternative Names for Black Boys," and created the five-part performance of the same name. Besides the recitation of names, Harper's production includes Tupac Shakur’s famous poem, “Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete?,” snippets from Langston Hughes’ “Popular Tree” and a monologue addressing future issues of young black boys. “With the killings of black men and boys being in the media, it was really just scary in my world,” Harper said. “I thought about the boys I was teaching … society won’t see them like I see them. Society will only see them as black men.” The production has clearly had a significant impact on the young boys, who unfortunately have to navigate a world where the police see them as a target. “When I do this piece, I’m, like, proving everybody wrong, that I could get an education, and I could go somewhere in my life,” performer Tysean Wheeler said. “We want to prove people wrong about what black men and boys can do, because we might be the future men [that] would [or] could get shot or killed,” another performer Gregory Hannah, added. Harper did initially worry about the subject being too heavy for such young boys, but has experienced an “amazing” response, notably from the performers’
Black Lives Matter, cnn.com, and Future: These South Bronx fourth grade boys are
 talking about race and Black Lives Matter
 through theater
Art stays imitating life! Success Academy Bronx 2 teacher Sentell Harper has created the spoken-word production entitled Alternative Names for Black Boys featuring boys in his fourth grade class as performers, CNN reports. During the production, six black boys wearing gray hoodies line up and ask the poignant question, “Do you see me?” and repeat it several times. With hoods on their heads, they recite the names of black youth and men killed in police brutality incidents, “Freddie … Michael … Philando … Tamir,” they say. “Eric … Alton … Trayvon … Jordan.” “I got my group of boys together, and I said, ‘Today we’re gonna talk about race,'” Harper said.“And they had so much to say. They started telling me stories about their fathers and their brothers, and about dealing with racism — things that I never knew that these young boys went through.” Harper, who is a black actor and playwright, was inspired by the Danez Smith poem “Alternative Names for Black Boys," and created the five-part performance of the same name. Besides the recitation of names, Harper's production includes Tupac Shakur’s famous poem, “Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete?,” snippets from Langston Hughes’ “Popular Tree” and a monologue addressing future issues of young black boys. “With the killings of black men and boys being in the media, it was really just scary in my world,” Harper said. “I thought about the boys I was teaching … society won’t see them like I see them. Society will only see them as black men.” The production has clearly had a significant impact on the young boys, who unfortunately have to navigate a world where the police see them as a target. “When I do this piece, I’m, like, proving everybody wrong, that I could get an education, and I could go somewhere in my life,” performer Tysean Wheeler said. “We want to prove people wrong about what black men and boys can do, because we might be the future men [that] would [or] could get shot or killed,” another performer Gregory Hannah, added. Harper did initially worry about the subject being too heavy for such young boys, but has experienced an “amazing” response, notably from the performers’

Art stays imitating life! Success Academy Bronx 2 teacher Sentell Harper has created the spoken-word production entitled Alternative Names f...