The Thinking Environment
The Ten Components®
The ten components help us to create the right conditions for thinking, learning and effective communication. When we start to use the components they help us to fully engage with our thinking process. This means that we can better access our knowledge, experience and creativity to make powerful decisions which lead to successful actions.
In a Thinking Environment we recognise that our untrue and limiting assumptions or beliefs often stop us from achieving our goals. These assumptions come from a lifetime of events, relationships and environments that we experience. It is easy to find that we have often accepted them without real thought or analysis. In a Thinking Environment we have the right questions to discover, examine and release those assumptions leaving room for new potential and different choices.
The Positive Philosophical Choice
The chosen philosophical view of a Thinking Environment is that human beings are by nature good. People can be loving, intelligent, powerful, emotional, assertive, compassionate, logical, imaginative, make good choices and they can think anything through.
Where people’s behaviours and actions are flawed we work on the principal that it is our untrue and limiting assumptions that cause this.
Of course human nature is complex and cannot be proven, but it seems that when we work with this view it has dependable results and creates an environment where people’s thinking becomes more independent, clear and creative.