This mind map will show you how to identify the areas of your mind.

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MINDSET STRUCTURE

EGO - this is your idea of self - go to
-facts - (name, age, race, birth date, birth location, family)
-labels - (self labels, qualities, evolution qualities)
-appearance - (age, race, height, body type, facial features, style)
-abilities - (talents)
-possessions - (things that you own)
-accomplishments

AWARENESS - this is your awareness of information - go to
-topic awareness - (knowledge of topics, facts, questions, answers)
-experience - (current experience & previous experience)
-imagination - (plans, intentions, desires, goals, dreams, wish, wants, needs, hopes)
-people/relationships - (family, friends, people who you know)

ASSESSMENT - this is your thoughts about information - go to
-observations, viewpoints, beliefs, opinions
-preferences - (interests, rules, ranking system)
-methods - (approach, advice)
-emotions
-decision making - (care, focus, willpower, habit decisions)
-response

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EGO - this is your idea of self

--facts - (your individual profile)
name:
age:
race:
birth date:
birth location:
raised location:
current location:
family:
education:
job/income:


--labels - (self labels, qualities, evolution qualities)
I am: self labels
I am: sexual preference
I am: parent - with children
I am: single - in a relationship


--self labels and qualities
outspoken, funny, friendly, deep, spiritual, open, unique
appreciative, creative, original, aware, crazy, extreme
sexy, intelligent, popular, princess, beautiful, famous


--evolution qualities - care for self & care for others

undeveloped human

--care for self
no care
not serious
unfocused
unmotivated
lazy, shows no effort

--rules
no rules
no morals

--ego - self labels
superior, better, always right
drama
immature

--control
no self control
no cooperation
sensitive, short temper
overreacts
emotional mess

--confidence
no confidence
fearful
paranoid
doubtful

developed human


cares
serious
focused
motivated
not lazy, shows effort


basic rules
basic morals


humble, neutral
no drama, avoids conflict
mature


self control
cooperation
not sensitive
thinks before making decisions
can control emotions


confidence
fearless, boundless
not paranoid
believing, knowing


undeveloped human

--care for others
no care
not serious
unfocused
unmotivated
lazy, shows no effort

--acknowledgement
no acknowledgement
no appreciation
self centered, greedy
forgetful, easily forgets
ignores

--understanding
no understanding
no awareness
not cautious

--acceptance
no acceptance
no tolerance
disallowing
holds on
no patience, easily annoyed
unforgiving

--respect
disrespectful
provokes others, instigates
criticizing, comparing
bad attitude

--communication
bad communication

--honesty
dishonest, secretive
liar, exaggerates
untrustworthy
disloyal
developed human


cares
serious
focused
motivated
not lazy, shows effort


acknowledgement, thanksgiving, grateful
appreciation
thinks of others
remembers
responds


understanding
awareness, aware of impact on others
cautious, aware of surroundings


acceptance
tolerance
allowing
lets go
patience, calmness
forgiving


respectful
does not provoke or instigate
not criticizing
good attitude


good communication


honest, open
truthful
trustworthy
loyal



Big List Of More Qualities


--appearance
sex: male - female
age range: kid, preteen, teen, young adult, adult, mature adult, senior
race: white - black - asian - indian - various other races
height: short - average - tall
body type: anorexic - skinny - average - fat - obese - muscle
body type: shoulders, chest, waist, legs - small, big, skinny, fat
facial features size: small - normal - big - (forehead, eyes, nose, mouth, jawline, chin)
eye color: blue, brown, green, gray, hazel
hair: hair style, hair color
style: outfit, accessories, tattoos, piercings, glasses
voice: type of accent


--abilities, talents
singing
dancing
arts/crafts
athletics/sports
musical instrument
painting, drawing
writing
acting/theater
designing/building
odd talents
speaks other languages


--possessions - things that you own
I have: possessions


--accomplishments
I did: accomplishments/disappointments
I did: which gave me confidence


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AWARENESS - this is your awareness of information

--topic awareness - (knowledge of topics, facts, questions, answers)
Arts & Entertainment
Hobbies, Recreation, & Fitness
History, Culture, & People
Science
Philosophy
Religion & Belief Systems
Technology
Mathematics
Magazine Topics

Big List Of Categorized Topics


--current experience - (current status of doing, viewing, interacting, thinking)
doing - what are you doing? - eating, shopping, practicing
viewing - what are you viewing? - movies, music, reading
interacting - who are you interacting with? - family, friends, relationship
thinking - what are you thinking? - observations, thoughts, opinions - (assessment)


--previous experience - (memories, stories, scenarios, encounters)
all previous experiences in a persons memory
childhood memories
first experiences of something - reference points


--imagination
plans
intentions
desires
goals
dreams
wish
wants
needs
hopes
expectations

-imagined
possibilities/probabilities
problems/solutions
speculation
humor


--people/relationships - profiles
-individual profiles of each person that you know & their relationship to you:
family
friends - reflections of self, reflections of interests
love, crush
occupation - co worker, boss
education - teachers in your life
celebrity - idol, hero, look up to, admire
rivals


--people/relationships - associations
all ideas instantly associated to the person
specific preferences
specific experiences, situations
person looks similar to another person


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ASSESSMENT - this is your thoughts about information

--observations, viewpoints, beliefs, opinions - (all the ideas that form an opinion)

The difference between factual truth and personal truth

-factual truth - 100% fact that is backed up by proof & evidence
observation - the facts that you observe about a person, place, or thing

-personal truth - when you apply your own meaning to facts or ideas
viewpoint - identify - labels/terms - applying a label/term to the observed facts
viewpoint - define - definition/context - applying a common definition or self created definition
viewpoint - speculate - imagined possibilities of an idea, scenario, situation, problem, conflict
belief - implement - when you are convinced that a viewpoint is the truth

connection - making connections, comparisons, similarities, associations, examples
reasoning - coming up with reasons
question - to request and gather more facts/reasons

-the difference between an observation, viewpoint, belief, & opinion - (in order)
1. observation - the facts that you observe about a person, place, or thing
2. viewpoint - applying your own label/definition/meaning & speculation to ideas
3. belief - when you "implement" a viewpoint & you are "convinced" it is the truth
4. opinion - the overall formulation of viewpoints, beliefs, connections, & reasoning

believable & convincing "facts and reasons" are necessary for a person to believe.


--preferences - (interests, rules, ranking system)
interests - your personal interests
rules - self created rules to maintain a comfort zone
ranking the 5 senses - sights, sounds, taste, touch, smell
ranking the people/relationships in your life


-ranking system
unimportant/important, doesn't matter/matters, don't care/do care,
irrelevant/relevant, not necessary/necessary, don't have to/have to
inferior/superior, weak/strong, undeveloped/developed, worst/best
least/most, not deserving/deserving, not worthy/worthy


--methods - (approach, advice)
problems/solutions
ineffective/effective, inefficient/efficient, inconsistent/consistent


--emotions
happiness/sadness
love/anger
confidence/fear
organized/unorganized
anticipation/surprise
strong/weak
hopeful/hopeless

Big List Of Categorized Emotions


--decision making - (care, focus, willpower, habit decisions)
1. awareness - don't know/know
2. understanding - don't understand/do understand
3. assessment/judgement - (that is...) - untrue/true, bad/good, not important/important
4. emotion - (I feel...) - uncomfortable/comfortable
5. imagined processing - use/don't use, imagined emotions
6. motivation - don't care/do care
7. assessment/decision - worst/best, deny/allow, repel/attract
8. appearance - outward expression - (I look...) uncomfortable/comfortable
9. response - outward expression

--decision making - decision making structure
1. awareness
-awareness of facts, reasons, meaning, context
[I don't know][I know]
[I don't see][I see]
[I forget][I remember]

2. understanding
[don't understand/do understand]
[makes no sense/makes sense]

3. assessment/judgement
-believability
[untrue][true]
[unreal][real]
[incorrect][correct]
[unofficial][official]

-judgement
[bad][good]
[wrong][right]
[incorrect][correct]
[ineffective][effective]
[negative][positive]
[problem][no problem]

-side - (choosing side)
[do not agree][agree]
[do not approve][approve]
[do not trust][trust]
[against][for]
[not with][with]

-importance - preference rankings
[not important][important]
[not relevant][relevant]
[not necessary][necessary]
[don't have to][have to]

4. emotion - (this is what I feel right now)
[uncomfortable/comfortable]
[dissatisfied][satisfied]
[sad][happy]
[mad][not mad] - [stays calm]
[bored][entertained]
[having no fun][having fun]

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5. imagined processing
-imagined use for an idea
[no use][use]
[do not keep][keep]
[do not save][save]
[let go][hold on]

-imagined emotions - (this is what I imagine myself feeling later or in the future)
[uncomfortable/comfortable]
[dissatisfied][satisfied]
[sad][happy]
[mad][not mad] - [stays calm]
[bored][entertained]
[having no fun][having fun]

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6. motivation - (care, willpower, focus)
-motivation - care is the root of all motivation
[don't care/do care]-[reasons]-[not to feel/to feel]
[not to do/to do]-[no effort/effort]-[no attempt/attempt]

[not to listen/to listen] (awareness)
[not to understand][to understand] (reasoning)
[not to believe/to believe] (implement belief)
[not to take serious/take serious] (implement belief)
[not to judge][to judge] (judgement)
[not to use/to use] (imagination)
[not to choose/to choose] (decision)
[not to appear/to appear] (expression)
[not to get mad][to get mad][stay calm] (expression)
[not to say/to say] (expression)
[not to convince][to convince] (expression)
[not to complain][to complain] (expression)

7. assessment/decision
-preference
[worst][best]
[not worthy][worthy]
[not deserving][deserving]
[least][most]
[inferior][superior]

-decision
[no][yes]
[deny][allow]
[deny][accept]
[not cooperate][cooperate]

-action
[repel][tolerate]
[repel][attract]-[pursue]
[dislike][like]
[ignore][listen]-[acknowledge]
[avoid][confront]

8. appearance - emotions (this is the outward expression of what I feel)
-emotion, facial expression, body language, outfit
[uncomfortable/comfortable]
[dissatisfied][satisfied]
[sad][happy]
[mad][not mad] - [stays calm]
[bored][entertained]
[having no fun][having fun]

9. response - outward expression
[ignore][respond] - acknowledgement
[repel][tolerate] - attack


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==RESPONSE== - outward expression
-a condensed version of the decision making structure

[spoken idea to a person]
3.-person identifies [good/bad] qualities in other person - (assessment/judgement)
3.-[disagree/agree] based on self created rules & reasons - (assessment/judgement)
4.-person feels [uncomfortable/comfortable] - (emotion)
6.-[cares/doesn't care] - takes it [serious/not serious] - (motivation)
7.-[deny/allow] other person - (assessment/decision)
9.-[ignore/respond] - acknowledgement - (response)
9.-[repel/tolerate] - attack - (response)

Types Of Response - how to identify the types of response to become a better listener



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