The Ant and the Elephant: Leadership for the Self: A Parable and 5-Step Action Plan to Transform Workplace Performance

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The Ant and the Elephant: Leadership for the Self: A Parable and 5-Step Action Plan to Transform Workplace Performance [Reading] ➶ The Ant and the Elephant: Leadership for the Self: A Parable and 5-Step Action Plan to Transform Workplace Performance Author Vince Poscente – Polishdarling.co.uk A renowned speaker, business consultant, record setting speed skier and Olympian, Vince Poscente believes in the enormous potential of the unconscious mind Poscente likens the dynamic between the cons A renowned speaker, business consultant, record setting speed and the Kindle Õ skier and Olympian, Vince Poscente The Ant eBook ✓ believes in the enormous potential of the unconscious mind Poscente likens the dynamic between Ant and the PDF/EPUB ¶ the conscious and subconscious minds to an ant and an elephant Our minds are separated into two distinct functions the conscious and subconscious elements Our ant is the intentional part of the brain, but our elephant is the instinctual, impulsive part of the brain that houses emotions and memories and even guides the body to perform vital functions While we tend to know our conscious minds our ants rather well, we often overlook the power of our elephantine subconscious minds When we do, unfortunately, we squander a wellspring of human potential Having seen too many books focused on what a problem or solution is and too few focused on how to solve the problem, Poscente, with his trademark wit, wisdom and steely resolve, created The Ant and the Elephant Leadership for the Self A Parable and Five Step Action Plan to Transform Workplace Performance.


10 thoughts on “The Ant and the Elephant: Leadership for the Self: A Parable and 5-Step Action Plan to Transform Workplace Performance

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    If you have ever wondered how powerful your subconscious really is, READ THIS BOOK I was fortunate enough to attend a lecture by the author last August, and I left the room feeling the elephant buzz Reading this book reminded me all over how powerful we can be if we tap into our subconscious with clarity and consistency Our conscious minds use about 2,000 neurons a second Our subconscious minds, however, use 4,000,000 neurons in that same second All of the sudden, the subconscious becomes If you have ever wondered how powerful your subconscious really is, READ THIS BOOK I was fortunate enough to attend a lecture by the author last August, and I left the room feeling the elephant buzz Reading this book reminded me all over how powerful we can be if we tap into our subconscious with clarity and consistency Our conscious minds use about 2,000 neurons a second Our subconscious minds, however, use 4,000,000 neurons in that same second All of the sudden, the subconscious becomes VERY important Poscente s allegory of the ant conscious mind and the elephant subconscious mind provides the 5 steps necessary to bring the two in alignment which, if successfully done, can bring about transformative results


  2. Keith Aul Keith Aul says:

    This is a fantastic book All people must learn how they conscious mind and subconscious minds are linked together and how important it is to align both of them This is how our goals are achieved This book should be a requirement for all students, including all adults It s so great, I m currently reading it again 2 21 12 because it s that important to me to achieve all that I can achieve.


  3. Lauren Lauren says:

    I Loved this book It s a very entertaining short story that illustrates clearly what one has to do to better themselvescontrol your elephant It s a quick, easy read that is very memorable and leaves an impact.


  4. Mike Madden Mike Madden says:

    Perfect


  5. Paigek Paigek says:

    The Ant and the Elephant by Vince Poscente is about Adir the ant, representing your conscience, and Elgo the elephant, representing your sub conscience This book goes over the five action steps to help you reach your goals These five action steps will help you aline your conscience and subconscience mind so you can reach your goals and become successful at whatever you do My favorite part of this book is when Adir realizes that dreams come true, but rarely in the exact way they are envision The Ant and the Elephant by Vince Poscente is about Adir the ant, representing your conscience, and Elgo the elephant, representing your sub conscience This book goes over the five action steps to help you reach your goals These five action steps will help you aline your conscience and subconscience mind so you can reach your goals and become successful at whatever you do My favorite part of this book is when Adir realizes that dreams come true, but rarely in the exact way they are envisioned, and that if your Conscience and subconscious mind work together you can accomplish anything you put mind too I recommend that everyone, no matter what genre you like reading, should read this book


  6. Brandon Perry Brandon Perry says:

    Amazing book on the power of your mind in the journey towards your goals and dreams Uses a simple story about an ant and a elephant to give you bigger than life principles on how to use your conscious and sub conscious mind, have them work together, so that you can live how you ve always wanted I recommend this book for anyone who truly believes better is out there and it might possibly be for them This book will show you how it is for you and how you can get started on that journey.


  7. Raymond Raymond says:

    It was a good powerful read There are a lot of little things The owl thing to learn from the charter I give it a 5 start.


  8. Betsy Katschke Betsy Katschke says:

    I had to read this for a leadership program I am a part of Very quick and easy read, and an interesting story to showcase self leadership It wasn t until reading the afterward that I grasped the metaphor of the ant being your conscious controlling your body the elephant I had totally read it thinking of times I have worked with co workers who were like the elephant, or times when I may have been like the elephant to managers who were like the ant at the start of the book Knowing the real m I had to read this for a leadership program I am a part of Very quick and easy read, and an interesting story to showcase self leadership It wasn t until reading the afterward that I grasped the metaphor of the ant being your conscious controlling your body the elephant I had totally read it thinking of times I have worked with co workers who were like the elephant, or times when I may have been like the elephant to managers who were like the ant at the start of the book Knowing the real meaning of the book makes a lotsense, but was not at all what I was thinking of while reading Also, wasn t too wild about the constant asterisk asides throughout the story


  9. Daniel DevMan Daniel DevMan says:

    Subtle but very useful and practical tips for improving your self awareness and taking better control of your subconscious mind, so you can perform better in the way of achieving your objectives.Before this read I was using one of the techniques mentioned in the book which is about anticipation of worst case scenarios in your endeavors in order to mentality get ready for handling these situations in case of happening.This reduces the amount of unnecessary worrying that some of us experience in o Subtle but very useful and practical tips for improving your self awareness and taking better control of your subconscious mind, so you can perform better in the way of achieving your objectives.Before this read I was using one of the techniques mentioned in the book which is about anticipation of worst case scenarios in your endeavors in order to mentality get ready for handling these situations in case of happening.This reduces the amount of unnecessary worrying that some of us experience in our daily thought process


  10. Chuck Cova Chuck Cova says:

    A wonderful little tale with a great big meaning This is truly key to understanding ourselves how we think, and why we act as we do Great insight into aligning the conscious and subconscious minds to work together toward realizing our dreams.


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10 thoughts on “The Ant and the Elephant: Leadership for the Self: A Parable and 5-Step Action Plan to Transform Workplace Performance

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    If you have ever wondered how powerful your subconscious really is, READ THIS BOOK I was fortunate enough to attend a lecture by the author last August, and I left the room feeling the elephant buzz Reading this book reminded me all over how powerful we can be if we tap into our subconscious with clarity and consistency Our conscious minds use about 2,000 neurons a second Our subconscious minds, however, use 4,000,000 neurons in that same second All of the sudden, the subconscious becomes If you have ever wondered how powerful your subconscious really is, READ THIS BOOK I was fortunate enough to attend a lecture by the author last August, and I left the room feeling the elephant buzz Reading this book reminded me all over how powerful we can be if we tap into our subconscious with clarity and consistency Our conscious minds use about 2,000 neurons a second Our subconscious minds, however, use 4,000,000 neurons in that same second All of the sudden, the subconscious becomes VERY important Poscente s allegory of the ant conscious mind and the elephant subconscious mind provides the 5 steps necessary to bring the two in alignment which, if successfully done, can bring about transformative results


  2. Keith Aul Keith Aul says:

    This is a fantastic book All people must learn how they conscious mind and subconscious minds are linked together and how important it is to align both of them This is how our goals are achieved This book should be a requirement for all students, including all adults It s so great, I m currently reading it again 2 21 12 because it s that important to me to achieve all that I can achieve.


  3. Lauren Lauren says:

    I Loved this book It s a very entertaining short story that illustrates clearly what one has to do to better themselvescontrol your elephant It s a quick, easy read that is very memorable and leaves an impact.


  4. Mike Madden Mike Madden says:

    Perfect


  5. Paigek Paigek says:

    The Ant and the Elephant by Vince Poscente is about Adir the ant, representing your conscience, and Elgo the elephant, representing your sub conscience This book goes over the five action steps to help you reach your goals These five action steps will help you aline your conscience and subconscience mind so you can reach your goals and become successful at whatever you do My favorite part of this book is when Adir realizes that dreams come true, but rarely in the exact way they are envision The Ant and the Elephant by Vince Poscente is about Adir the ant, representing your conscience, and Elgo the elephant, representing your sub conscience This book goes over the five action steps to help you reach your goals These five action steps will help you aline your conscience and subconscience mind so you can reach your goals and become successful at whatever you do My favorite part of this book is when Adir realizes that dreams come true, but rarely in the exact way they are envisioned, and that if your Conscience and subconscious mind work together you can accomplish anything you put mind too I recommend that everyone, no matter what genre you like reading, should read this book


  6. Brandon Perry Brandon Perry says:

    Amazing book on the power of your mind in the journey towards your goals and dreams Uses a simple story about an ant and a elephant to give you bigger than life principles on how to use your conscious and sub conscious mind, have them work together, so that you can live how you ve always wanted I recommend this book for anyone who truly believes better is out there and it might possibly be for them This book will show you how it is for you and how you can get started on that journey.


  7. Raymond Raymond says:

    It was a good powerful read There are a lot of little things The owl thing to learn from the charter I give it a 5 start.


  8. Betsy Katschke Betsy Katschke says:

    I had to read this for a leadership program I am a part of Very quick and easy read, and an interesting story to showcase self leadership It wasn t until reading the afterward that I grasped the metaphor of the ant being your conscious controlling your body the elephant I had totally read it thinking of times I have worked with co workers who were like the elephant, or times when I may have been like the elephant to managers who were like the ant at the start of the book Knowing the real m I had to read this for a leadership program I am a part of Very quick and easy read, and an interesting story to showcase self leadership It wasn t until reading the afterward that I grasped the metaphor of the ant being your conscious controlling your body the elephant I had totally read it thinking of times I have worked with co workers who were like the elephant, or times when I may have been like the elephant to managers who were like the ant at the start of the book Knowing the real meaning of the book makes a lotsense, but was not at all what I was thinking of while reading Also, wasn t too wild about the constant asterisk asides throughout the story


  9. Daniel DevMan Daniel DevMan says:

    Subtle but very useful and practical tips for improving your self awareness and taking better control of your subconscious mind, so you can perform better in the way of achieving your objectives.Before this read I was using one of the techniques mentioned in the book which is about anticipation of worst case scenarios in your endeavors in order to mentality get ready for handling these situations in case of happening.This reduces the amount of unnecessary worrying that some of us experience in o Subtle but very useful and practical tips for improving your self awareness and taking better control of your subconscious mind, so you can perform better in the way of achieving your objectives.Before this read I was using one of the techniques mentioned in the book which is about anticipation of worst case scenarios in your endeavors in order to mentality get ready for handling these situations in case of happening.This reduces the amount of unnecessary worrying that some of us experience in our daily thought process


  10. Chuck Cova Chuck Cova says:

    A wonderful little tale with a great big meaning This is truly key to understanding ourselves how we think, and why we act as we do Great insight into aligning the conscious and subconscious minds to work together toward realizing our dreams.


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