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State is everything

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Here are some questions before we start:

  1. What is the difference between a person who is aggressive and a person who is passive?
  2. What is the difference between a fast reader and a slow reader?
  3. What is the difference between a good public speaker and a poor public speaker?
  4. What is the difference between a great relationship and a poor one?

Whilst practise and experience always help, the key difference lies in the mental state or how each person runs their own brain. What is really interesting is that their mental state actually causes them to be good or bad at whatever it is that they are doing. Unconvinced, then read on.

Mental state is literally the outcome of how your brain filters any information it is processing. So, if you want to be a good fighter you need to get yourself into a ‘fighting’ state. If you want to be a good public speaker, you need to get into a ‘speaking state’, and if you want good relationships, then you have to be in a state of ‘Rapport’.

Try this for yourself:

Close your eyes and get yourself into the state you would be in if you were sad?

What is that experience like? What are you seeing in your mind? What are you hearing or saying to yourself, and how do you feel? How are you standing or sitting, and using your body?

Now, close your eyes again and get yourself into the state that you would be in if you were happy?

What is that experience like? What are you seeing in your mind? What are you hearing or saying to yourself, and how do you feel? How are you standing or sitting, and using your body?

Interestingly, everyone knows how to get into a ‘ happy’ or ‘ sad’ state instinctively and you can get into that state any time that you choose, although both are still not consciously determined, being reactions to, for the most part, external events. However, you are consciously aware of what it takes to get you into those states aren’t you? Of course you are.

The challenge with other states is that often we don’t know how we need to run our brain (what to think, feel, believe, experience in our mind, or even know) to get into them; especially more productive states like communication or learning.

Actors are great at state management, and they know how to get into any state necessary to become, or appear to become, the role that they are playing. Actually there is more to it than just this because even an  actor who could put on a good ‘fighting’ state may not necessarily be a good fighter. But crying, laughter, sinister and anger they can do at the flick of their mind.

Discover how you can change your state in an instant


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