Words like “diamonds” and “corkscrews” are among the most common words in my head as I’m making this post. To me, these are just words that rhyme with the word “wall”. While I am in no way implying that the word “wall” means something nefarious, I find it funny that many of our thoughts and actions are on autopilot.
I think of my daily activities as being on autopilot, too. As I type, my keyboard is already in motion so I don’t even realize how much time it has been taking to type this post. I’m talking about a lot of things like driving, eating dinner, going to work, shopping for clothes, watching TV, and just generally going about my day. So when you’re driving, your subconscious mind is already in motion.
The problem is that the majority of our thoughts and actions are on autopilot. All of this thinking and reacting tends to put a lot of pressure on our brains to keep track of every little thing that we do. So instead of our brains being able to keep track of small actions, they end up being so overwhelmed that we end up doing the same tiny things over and over again.
That’s what happens when you’re on autopilot for so long that your subconscious mind is so overwhelmed that it can’t keep up with your actions. So instead of your subconscious mind being able to keep track of small actions, it ends up doing the same tiny things over and over again.
To get things moving, the first thing we do is think of something we can do that will help move the ball forward. We then go back and think of something we can do to move the ball forward. We repeat this process until we can think of something that will move the ball forward (and thus help us move forward).
This is a technique that I’m using to make my life more efficient. It’s not by the best of intentions, but it’s become a huge part of my life. We all know people who are too focused on getting things done. Like a lot of people I think, they end up doing the same thing over and over again.
In order to avoid the repetition, we can use the idea of repetition without the repeating. With that, we can get away from the ball and go back to our original thoughts.
The best way to learn a new skill is to fail, and then try again. The same goes with learning new words. You have to learn from your mistakes, and use it as a teaching tool to learn other skills.
As you grow and mature, you will undoubtedly find yourself using the same words over and over again. When you learn that a word rhymed with wall is a nice new word, you will use it time and time again. Because repetition brings out the best in us. We want to use our repetition to teach other skills. The best way to learn a new skill is to fail, and then try again. The same goes with learning new words.
When I was a kid, I used to have to take on the same words over and over again and be a little embarrassed at my own silliness. Now that I’m a grown-up, I think in terms of patterns. When I do the same thing over and over again, I get a little more confident about what I’m doing and maybe even a little more confident that I even know what I’m doing.