Why Think Up!?

Everything starts with thought, including our perception of reality. Every decision that we make generates our behaviour and performance. Despite thought being the driver of all this, there’s a distinct lack of prioritisation about how thinking happens. That’s why Think Up! exists. Our brain is constructed of about 100 billion neurons. These nerve cells, individual bio-computers with about 60mb of RAM, are interconnected by trillions of synapses which are the connection devices. On average, each one of these trillions of synapses transmits one signal per second, although some send up to 1,000 per second. These transmissions become thoughts and we think around 60,000 to 70,000 of them per day, every day. 90% of them are the same as the day before. The enormity of this drives everything we do, so now is the time to seriously focus on how we think. Click here to read more.

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Re-Wiring Our Minds

On Thursday 21st August 2019, Jonathan MacDonald and Philip Storey had the below conversation. If you have a thought relating to the topic of habits, or would like to be part of future discussions, click here to join the Facebook group and get involved.

Breaking & Making Habits

On Thursday 21st August 2019, Jonathan MacDonald and Martin Gordon had the below conversation. If you have a thought relating to the topic of habits, or would like to be part of future discussions, click here to join the Facebook group and get involved.

Controlling Our Thoughts

On Thursday 15th August 2019 we had the below conversation. Apologies for the first 5 minutes being stuck on Sarah’s camera feed! If you have a thought relating to the topic of controlling thoughts, or would like to be part of future discussions, click here to join the Facebook group and get involved.

Overcoming Limiting Beliefs

On Tuesday 6th August 2019, Jonathan MacDonald (Founder of Think Up!) spoke about overcoming limiting beliefs. If you have a thought relating to this, or would like to be part of future discussions, click here to join the Facebook group and get involved.

Our Personal Triggers

On Tuesday 30th July 2019 we had the below conversation. If you have a thought relating to this, or would like to be part of future discussions, click here to join the Facebook group and get involved.

Creating Strategic Thought

On Wednesday 24th July 2019 we had the below conversation. If you have a thought relating to this, or would like to be part of future discussions, click here to join the Facebook group and get involved.