Units of Perception – EXPLAINED

Units of Perception – EXPLAINED

Units of perception are our internalized, fixed ideas that influence how we act and react to the world around us. Our choices are almost always determined by what we believe and how we feel at the moment of when we are faced with them. Thus, our Units of perception play a pivotal role in what choices we are going to make.

You can think of a Unit of Perception as a state of mind… with power behind it: If you feel excited about a task it gets completed a lot faster, and usually with better results. If you're in a hurry, you tend to screw things up as compared to the times when you're able to give a job your full attention and engagement. If you're confident, you talk and communicate one way, if you're doubtful – another. If you radiate confidence, you get treated one way, if you're reserved and intimidated – another.

However, it is much more than JUST a mindset. The formula (so to speak) for these units of perception is: how you FEEL at the moment, plus how you perceive what’s “good” and “right”, plus to some degree, what hurts, frustrates, irritates, or derails you.

Our Units of Perception are easily influenced by many things, and are different for different people, regardless of time and place. Usually, it is circumstance that is at play. For example, you are in a good mood today – until somebody says something derogatory. Then your unit of perception quickly shifts from “It’s a good day” to “Today sucks”.

Or another illustration: your unit of perception is that you do not care about money… until you suddenly face an emergency situation when you absolutely need to have some.

Now, it’s important to note that your units of perception may be right or wrong – regardless, they determine every choice you make. Those choices then determine your outcomes… your LUCK. That is why the goal is to understand and control our units of perception in order to overcome BAD LUCK.

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