From the earliest age, our lives revolve around other people. We communicate with them, play with them, work with them, fight with them — all the while forming tight emotional bonds and connections.
These interactions we have with others affect us at a deep psychological level.
The people in our lives not only influence how we behave, but also what we say, what we believe, value, and even our physiological state. In fact, every decision you make and thought you have is not entirely your own. It’s rather a mishmash of other people’s thoughts, ideas, opinions, and concepts.
This adoption (modeling) process often occurs at an unconscious level of awareness. However, it can also become a conscious process. In fact, it can be used to help us acquire the necessary skills, habits, values, and beliefs we need to accomplish our goals.
We can consciously choose to model people we admire and adopt their personality, characteristics, behaviors, and mental strategies into our own psyche. We can use them as a model for positive change and transformation.
IQ Matrix Maps
Below you will find relevant IQ Matrix maps that are part of this segment of the MasterMind Matrix chart:
- Model Albert Einstein
- Model Richard Branson
- Model Steve Jobs
- Model Walt Disney
- Psychological Modeling
Learn more about this segment of the MasterMind Matrix by visiting the following links and resources:
- About Neural Linguistic Programming
- Finding a Mentor
- How to Choose a Role Model
- How to Model Successful People
- How to Model Yourself on Successful People
- Introducing Modeling to Organizations
- Modeling and NLP
- NLP Modeling, Finding the Structure of Excellence
- The Meaning of Modeling
- The Power of Modeling
- The Value of a Mentor
- What is Modeling?
- What is NLP Modeling?
Here are several recommended books that will provide you with more insights and information about this specific segment of the MasterMind Matrix chart.