PERSONAL MASTERY & DEEP LEARNING

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How Learning Happens in an Organization

 

In our modern day research of neurology, scientists have discovered that the brain hardwires patterns of thinking. Behavioural neuroscience has found new insights on changing habits, with the possibility of re-wiring the brain...

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At DIBTA, we focus on shaping and strengthening your approach. Having the right approach gets you good results. Every problem that we face is nothing but an opportunity to succeed, by learning how to conquer it.The better we get at problem solving, the more successful we will be.


 

   The DIBTA Triangle   

The DIBTA Triangle encourages the leaders in an organization to take this practice to inspire their staff to be extra ordinary and to achieve extraordinary performances. In order to make this happen the transformation has to start within.
The DIBTA Triangle explains a ‘power’ that ultimately affects your habits.

It is the unstoppable fire: The DRIVE...

The DIBTA Triangle gives you a deeper explanation that will allow you to better understand yourself, your motivation and the goals you are capable of achieving. Let us illustrate how the triangle works:

 


 

DRIVE 

 

It is the fire within that motivates a person. The human drive is the fuel to the intentions, beliefs, thinking and action. The human drive can be categorized into 3 aspects:

The hardest challenge of changing our bad habits is to redirect negative drives so that they become positive and useful.

 

 


 

INTENTION 

 is the idea that you plan or intend to carry out. Intention is what shapes your life.

We start with intentions of goodwill for yourself and other beings. Skilful intention is what we want to maintain and develop, to focus on the good and the bad when it is necessary.

  

 

A combination of

 

creates a pattern that gets repeated and repeated like an old record.

 

 


 

BELIEF 

 is an idea one accepts as being true or real.
Belief is power and gives strength to your intentions.

 

 

We often hear about people preferring to believe one thing or another; about people being inclined to believe one thing over another, and about people finding it difficult or easy to believe one thing or another. All of this implies that belief is something chosen and suggests that our choices are influenced by our desires and emotions.

 

 


 

THINKING 
 is the process of using your mind to produce ideas.

Thinking is mind-action.

It is a known fact that humans usually think before they act. Thinking is the first order of occurrence which motivates your action.
For example, you are thirsty. You think of the can of soda in the fridge.
These thoughts motivate you to go to the fridge, open the can of soda and drink it. Instant gratification.

 


 

ACTION
 is the product of your thinking.

An Action is the state of performing something or something that has been done. Your action can be seen by those around you. It is what you say and what you do.