“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us” J.R.R. Tolkien, Lord of the Rings

Making good decisions comes from good thinking. Good thinking has to do with good brain chemistry and good brain chemistry comes from your thoughts and your physiology. 

"Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen" Ralph Waldo Emerson

A great process that will help you to really get clarity on what it is that you want is the ‘Green Light / Red Light’ thinking process. In fact this is a great thinking process for any kind of big decision making… so start using it today and see what a difference it makes.

‘Green Light / Red Light’ Thinking

Green Light thinking means coming up with ideas and not judging them, just coming up with ideas and writing them all down.

After a good nights sleep, you then apply ‘Red Light’ thinking to your ideas. Go through it and knock out all of the things that you didn’t judge when you were writing your list but are just not appropriate. But remember having these ideas, that may not be appropriate themselves, probably led you on to other thoughts that you wouldn’t otherwise have thought of and some of these you will keep.

The idea is to get the critical part of your mind out of the way while you answer the questions you need answering. Just thinking about what you would do if you could do anything and then write it down. Then thinking about ways you would achieve that.

"Your life changes the moment you make a new, congruent, and committed decision" Anthony Robbins

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13 Comments

  • Robert

    Reply Reply July 10, 2016

    Well I didn’t know that! Another great post, thanks John

    • John Vincent

      Reply Reply July 13, 2016

      Hi Robert,

      Thanks glad you enjoyed it 🙂

  • Brenda

    Reply Reply July 10, 2016

    Now things happen that you didn’t plan for… Did you plan for that cat? Love it 🙂

    • John Vincent

      Reply Reply July 13, 2016

      lol a very cute cat… nope wasn’t planning for her to appear in the video 🙂

  • Lumira

    Reply Reply July 10, 2016

    Thank you John Vincent! The tools and resources are already there, inside our minds.

    • John Vincent

      Reply Reply July 13, 2016

      Hi Lumira

      Thanks for your comment, so true… we have all the resources we need inside us 🙂

      Peace
      John

  • Danielle

    Reply Reply October 31, 2016

    the video is not playing for me. no error message but it’s as though it is disabled. WAHHHH FIX IT. lol, but no really because i have to see this cat.

    • Heloise Hedge

      Reply Reply October 31, 2016

      Hi Danielle,
      Which internet browser are you using? Let me know and I will look into it and in the meantime try using a different internet browser.
      Best wishes, Heloise

    • John Vincent

      Reply Reply October 31, 2016

      Hey Danielle… I have replaced it with a youtube video (rather than flowplayer), hopeful this should work better 🙂

  • Teja

    Reply Reply October 12, 2018

    Hi John, LOVED the video, thank you so much! 🙂 Cat seemed to purr that you made a good decision by choosing this particular spot. 🙂 Hi Heloise. Hugs to all xxx.

    • John Vincent

      Reply Reply October 12, 2018

      Hey Teja, thanks 🙂 very cute cat… glad you enjoyed… have an awesome day Peace

      • Teja

        Reply Reply October 13, 2018

        You’re welcome, John. Thank you SO MUCH for your outstanding and mesmerising work! xxxx

        • John Vincent

          Reply Reply October 13, 2018

          Thank you Teja 🙂
          x

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Professor Richard Wiseman, gave two groups of people who described themselves as lucky and unlucky a newspaper and asked them to look through it and count how many photographs were inside. 

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