People are happy,
when they are more effective in solving problems,
than in creating new ones.
What if there are only two things in life that we do all day long?
What if it would be possible to categorize all the things we do during the day into only “two” categories?
And what if those two things, would be “decision making” and “problem solving”?
How important would that make those two categories for your life?
How much do you really know about those two topics?
According to constructionst theory, all reality we perceive is constructed, based on what we know and what we believe, or think that we know (Dunning-Kruger Effect). This means in consequence, that all our problems are only constructions, too. So, if we constructed the problem, we can also deconstruct it. That is the good news.
This leads us to the following questions:
- What is the big problem?
- How can we find out whether our construction of reality needs a reality check?
What is the big problem?
Decision making and problem solving are at the core of learning, growth and success. Learning, growth and success is the process of adapting to a continuously changing environment.
Life as constinuous process of change
We live in a world of constant change. The world around us changes and we ourselves also change every day a little. The big problem is therefore the different speeds of change that happen outside of us, and the speed of change inside of us.
If the world around us changes faster than we can change inside, we get problems. If we change faster than the world around us, we also get problems. Only if we change at the speed of our environment we can reach sustainable happiness, on a individual, team, company, country or lobal level.
How can we find out, if we need a reality check?
If you ask yourself the question: “Am I crazy or the others?” You need a reality check.
If you ask yourself the question: “Am I not able or not willing to change?” You need a reality check.
If you perceive tensions, conflicts or fears, you need a reality check, because they are indicators of dysbalances in systems and cause errors in communication, interpretation and interaction.
So what do we have to learn, to solve every problem?
Every living system already has already everything it needs to grow and be successful. However, if the different parts are not integrated with each other, they don’t function well and information, emotion and energy cannot flow freely. The result is either bore out, or burn out.
We help to integrate individuals and teams for increased agility and wellbeing, by utilizing internal resources of knowledge and experience and and applying them to different problem frameworks.
If these are your problems ...
and these are your solutions ...
... and you still have problems?
We have a solution for you!
Pseudomorph is a new meta-framework to explain human experience and predict human behavior. It is a problem solving meta language to guide your workforce in decision making and problem solving processes and can be used to align structures, process and perceptions to improve creativity, innovation and happiness.
Your workforce knows already everything they need to know to be successful and happy. The only problem is that they don’t know that they know, so they can’t use it.
Use the full potential of your workforce with the “pseudomorph model of human experience” and help your workforce discover and utilize the hidden wealth of your organization.
The framework helps to identify and ease tensions in thinking, feeling and acting, so structures, processes and perceptions can work together instead of against each other on an individual and organizational level.
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