Bill Blog Nov. 2016

Flexible Thinking: You Become What You Think

In Guest Blogs by William Brashers, PhD

Ask the Dr. Insight from William Brashers, PHD FMA Guest Blogger In my last column we looked at how to “disengage the clutch” with our thinking processes by recognizing that we are not our thoughts; rather, we are the thinker and manager of our thoughts. When we step back to examine our thinking to see which thoughts remain valuable and …

Visioning Now

Visioning the Now

In Guest Blogs by William Brashers, PhD

Ask the Dr. Insight from William Brashers, PHD FMA Guest Blogger In my prior article, “Vision and its Role in ‘Noticing,’” we introduced the topic of the reticular activating system (RAS) and its effect on what we notice around us. Since that article came out, I’ve learned the name of this “noticing” effect. It’s called the Baader-Meinhof (pronounced BAHder-MYNhoff) phenomenon. …