Monkey Mind Symptom #16

Bargaining: Bargaining exemplifies another aspect of the 9-11-year-old monkey mind, that of getting what we deserve. When we’re in bargaining mode, everything becomes a negotiation. “If I pay all my bills on time this month, I get to use one of my credit cards to go shopping.” Or, “If I stick to my Continue Reading

Money Mind Symptom #15

15.  Solidifying: Solidifying is treating an abstract concept as though it were an object in physical reality.  It is literally to make something “hard or solid” such as changing from a liquid or a gaseous form to a solid one. This becomes monkey mind when we solidify our beliefs and opinions, or Continue Reading

Monday News You Can Use!

"Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things." -Peter Drucker Great article to share with your sellers - hardest thing in this market is finding a replacement property. Also, gives a hint or two about getting a low down offer accepted. Here's news- lack of Continue Reading

Monkey Mind Symptom #14

14. Deflection: Deflection shows up when we’re getting close to the truth, as in look, see, and tell the truth. It’s usually in the form of a joke or sarcastic comment intended to deflect attention away from us by derailing the conversation. A common rationalization for deflection is “I was just Continue Reading

Monkey Mind Symptom # 13

Fragmentation: Fragmentation shows up as the “part of me” conversation. “Part of me really wants to create a goal worth playing for, but part of me doesn’t think it’s necessary.” Fragmentation allows us to talk ourselves out of taking powerful, authentic action. By going back and forth between Continue Reading