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FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE

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“Sure, I can help with that… consider it done-ish.” - Uknown

📄 ABSTRACT OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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We will explore the concept of patience and waiting in human behavior, particularly the tendency to hesitate. People often wait for things unnecessarily and are conditioned to hesitate from a young age. To overcome this, we involve the process “consider it done,” which involves taking action without hesitation, and provide a strategy for doing so using submodalities and anchoring. By eliciting and anchoring states of hesitation, “consider it done,” inevitability, and wanton desire, individuals can shift their mindset and take action more confidently. Guiding our internal dialogue and self-talk to shape our behavior and encourages direct communication with others to gain clarity. The goal is to empower individuals to take action and create positive change in their lives, overcoming fears and hesitations that hold them back.

✅ THE BENEFITS OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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“‘Consider it done is my way of saying ‘I’ll try to remember, but no promises.’” - Uknown

  • Overcome Unnecessary Waiting: Recognize when you are waiting unnecessarily and take action without hesitation.
  • Address Hesitation: Identify and address hesitation to develop a more proactive mindset toward your goals.
  • Build Confidence: Utilize submodalities and anchoring to boost confidence in your ability to create positive change.
  • Improve Self-Awareness: Understand the impact of internal dialogue on your behavior, leading to enhanced self-awareness and intentional decision-making.
  • Enhance Communication: Emphasize direct communication for improved relationships and understanding of others’ perspectives.
  • Create Positive Change: Overcome fears and hesitations to create the life you desire, embracing new experiences.
  • Increase Productivity: Reduce hesitation to increase productivity and make the most of your time.
  • Reduce Stress: Adopt a “consider it done” mindset to decrease stress associated with hesitation and procrastination.
  • Improve Decision-Making: Gain clarity on your desires and make more timely and informed decisions.
  • Enhance Self-Efficacy: Accomplish your goals and boost your belief in your ability to succeed.
  • Inspire Courage: Face your fears and step out of your comfort zone with courage and confidence.

🏛️ ORIGINS OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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Richard Bandler, a renowned psychologist and co-founder of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), introduced the concept of “consider it done” to address the common tendency of people to hesitate and wait unnecessarily. Bandler observed that individuals often spend a significant amount of time waiting, whether it’s for meals, other people, or their turn in line. This waiting behavior is especially prevalent in children, who frequently find themselves waiting for adults to catch up.

Bandler identified hesitation as a major problem that many people face. He proposed that instead of jumping into situations blindly or overthinking and hesitating, it’s more beneficial to take action and learn from the experience. This approach is based on the idea that people often try to gain external information about how to interact with others by looking inward, which may not always be effective.

To overcome hesitation, Bandler suggested using a strategy called “chaining.” This involves taking an idea about something being easy and making it past tense, then making it inevitable. By doing so, individuals can shift their mindset and create a sense of inevitability about their desired actions. Bandler also emphasized the importance of approaching these actions with wanton expectations, which helps develop a positive attitude.

The “consider it done” approach utilizes submodalities and anchoring to create rapid shifts in an individual’s state. By eliciting and anchoring states of hesitation, “consider it done,” inevitability, and wanton desire, people can experience a transformation in their mindset and take action with confidence. Bandler also highlighted the power of internal dialogue and self-talk in shaping our behavior, encouraging individuals to be mindful of their internal narratives.

The ultimate goal of “consider it done” is to empower individuals to take action, create positive change, and overcome their fears and hesitations. By adopting this mindset, people can lead more fulfilling and productive lives, making the most of every opportunity that comes their way.

📜 PRINCIPLES OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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  1. Recognize Waiting and Hesitation: Identify the natural tendency to wait and hesitate, which is often learned at an early age.
  2. Direct Communication: Understand the importance of direct communication (“just asking”) instead of relying solely on internal assumptions about others.
  3. Life as a Smorgasbord: Embrace a trial-and-error mindset, recognizing that if one approach doesn’t work, you can always try something else.
  4. Past Tense and Inevitability: Frame future actions in the past tense to create a sense of inevitability and confidence.
  5. Utilize Submodalities and Anchoring: Employ submodalities and anchoring techniques to create rapid shifts between states, empowering individuals to take action.
  6. Consider it Done: Embrace the mindset of treating desired outcomes as inevitable and taking action without hesitation.
  7. Build a Chain of States: Elicit and anchor states of hesitation, “consider it done,” inevitability, and wanton desire to create a chain of rapid shifts, facilitating action.
  8. Timing is Now: Address hesitation and create a sense of urgency, seizing opportunities in the present moment.
  9. Voice Anchoring: Use voice tonality to reinforce and elicit desired states, aiding in mindset shifts.
  10. Practice and Repetition: Engage in repeated practice to accelerate the process and solidify the desired changes.

🗨️ GUIDING PARTICIPANTS IN FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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  • Sitting by side so you can perceive nuances in facial expression, gestures, and coloration of the skin and not stay in the way of a client who is accessing their images and creating metaphors in front of them.
  • Modulate your voice and speak slowly and melodically.
  • Be interested in client exploration.
  • Repeat the client’s words using his voice delivery. For instance, when the client spoke about an exciting event, his face lightened up, his words speeded up and his tone of voice was higher. As a professional, you are, to match his expression or attend acting class to learn essentials.
  • Connect the question and experience with coordinating conjunction and/as/when.

💧 FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE SCRIPT BASED ON EXPLORATION OF VLADIMIR KLIMSA
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“My ‘consider it done’ guarantee only applies to things I want to do.” - *Unknown"

Vlad: “Hello, What can I do for you today?”

Client: “I would like to have motivation to do things I need to do!”

Vlad: “As I hear it, you’re motivated to do certain things and you hesitate to start or continue to do other important things. I would like to ask you for submodalities of hesitation, consider it done, inevitability and wanting expectation and time is now.”

Client: “Hesitation is static in the distance floating in the air as a small image of writing paper without sound, consider it done is represented as associate movie. I am seeing my hands, feeling the texture, hearing the sounds. All is real and set in the past as if it already happened. Inevitability has the same quality as ‘Consider it done’ with a difference of time. Inevitability is the memory of the future. Wanting expectation is inevitability linked with the emotion of ‘go for it or I want it’, time is now a mixture of decision, emotion, and inevitability. All of the representations have got different locations.”

Vlad: “Maintaining the submodalities grid, start inserting into the location of hesitation one thing you need to do, move it to the location of consider it done, to the location of inevitability, to the location of wanting expectation, and finally to the location of time is now. Do it again faster, do it again faster still. Do it as fast as you can. Relax and tell me: ‘What will your future look like when you reflect on this moment and realize that the problem you once faced is now a thing of the past?’”

Client: “I always thought that to change this I need to understand the process behind it, go through elaborate exercises and even after succeding it’ll be like a diet - temporary way. I didn’t expect that in a few minutes, I’ll be able to stand with purpose and conviction and do what is necessary.”

Vlad: “I learned this process from Richard Bandler. To connect deeply you might consider the Core transformation method by Connirae Andreas. Allow me to guide you in the next 30 minutes.”

Client: “Ok. Let’s go for it.”

Core Transformation

Client: “Something had changed. I can feel more relaxed now and connected with my inner me. Thanks very much.”

Vlad: “You are welcome. From the state of deep connection that radiates through, transforms, and enriches your initial quest. How do you feel about yourself now and in the future?”

Client: “I am my body and my body is me. I am in a relationship with everyone and this relationship starts with me. I like connecting with others and chess is one way how can I accomplish this.”

Vlad: “That’s good to hear. Good luck.”

👣 THE BASIC PROCESS OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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  1. Recognize Waiting and Hesitation: Identify the natural tendency to wait and hesitate, which is often learned at an early age.
  2. Direct Communication: Understand the importance of direct communication (“just asking”) instead of relying solely on internal assumptions about others.
  3. Life as a Smorgasbord: Embrace a trial-and-error mindset, recognizing that if one approach doesn’t work, you can always try something else.
  4. Past Tense and Inevitability: Frame future actions in the past tense to create a sense of inevitability and confidence.
  5. Utilize Submodalities and Anchoring: Employ submodalities and anchoring techniques to create rapid shifts between states, empowering individuals to take action.
  6. Consider it Done: Embrace the mindset of treating desired outcomes as inevitable and taking action without hesitation.
  7. Build a Chain of States: Elicit and anchor states of hesitation, “consider it done,” inevitability, and wanton desire to create a chain of rapid shifts, facilitating action.
  8. Timing is Now: Address hesitation and create a sense of urgency, seizing opportunities in the present moment.
  9. Voice Anchoring: Use voice tonality to reinforce and elicit desired states, aiding in mindset shifts.
  10. Practice and Repetition: Engage in repeated practice to accelerate the process and solidify the desired changes.

💪 MEDITATION FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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  1. Breath Awareness: Begin by focusing on your breath. Notice the inhalation and exhalation, allowing your breath to flow naturally.
  2. Patience and Waiting: Recognize the natural tendency to wait and the automatic waiting programs that have been ingrained since childhood. Observe how often you find yourself waiting, whether it’s for meals, people, or in line.
  3. Hesitation: Identify areas in your life where you hesitate to take action. Acknowledge the impact of hesitation on your goals and dreams.
  4. “Consider it Done” Mindset: Shift your perspective by treating desired outcomes as inevitable. Imagine yourself taking action without hesitation, embracing a “done” mindset.
  5. Past Tense and Inevitability: Frame your future actions in the past tense. For example, “I have already achieved my goal and it is done.”
  6. Visualize Success: Envision yourself successfully taking action and achieving your desired outcome. See yourself confidently approaching challenges and embracing new experiences.
  7. Embrace the Unknown: Accept that life is full of uncertainties, and sometimes you just have to “jump in.” Trust that you have the resilience to handle whatever comes your way.
  8. Direct Communication: Reflect on the importance of direct communication. Consider times when you assumed the thoughts or intentions of others, and how this may have led to misunderstandings. Commit to “just asking” in the future.
  9. Life as a Smorgasbord: Embrace the idea that life offers a variety of options. If one approach doesn’t work, you can always try something else.
  10. Wanton Expectation: Approach your goals with enthusiasm and desire. Allow yourself to truly want what you aim for, creating a sense of inevitability.
  11. Release Frustration: Let go of any frustrations that arise from hesitation or procrastination. Forgive yourself for past inaction and embrace the present moment as an opportunity for change.
  12. Anchor Your Success: Create a mental anchor for success. It could be a specific posture, a hand gesture, or a word that makes you feel empowered and ready to take action.
  13. Practice: Repeat this meditation regularly to reinforce the “consider it done” mindset. The more you practice, the more natural and effortless it will become.

▶️ VIDEO OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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Youtube - Communicating with Destiny - Preview (Dr. Richard Bandler)

❓ FAQ OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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Q: What is the “Consider it Done” approach?

A: The “Consider it Done” approach is a mindset shift that involves taking action without hesitation. It recognizes that people often engage in unnecessary waiting and hesitation, and encourages individuals to treat desired outcomes as inevitable.

Q: How does this approach address hesitation?

A: By identifying and addressing hesitation, individuals can shift their mindset and develop a more proactive attitude toward their goals. The use of submodalities and anchoring techniques helps create rapid shifts between states, empowering individuals to take action confidently.

Q: What is the role of past tense and inevitability?

A: When you frame future actions in the past tense (“I have done this before”), it creates a sense of inevitability and confidence. It helps to shift your perspective and approach challenges with a “done” mindset.

Q: How can I apply this in my life?

A: Start by recognizing areas where you hesitate or procrastinate. Then, use the “consider it done” mindset to treat your desired outcomes as inevitable. Visualize yourself taking action and achieving your goals. Embrace a trial-and-error approach to life, knowing that if one approach doesn’t work, you can always try something else.

Q: What if I’m afraid of rejection or failure?

A: Direct communication (“just asking”) instead of relying solely on internal assumptions about others streamlines our understanding. Understand that life offers a variety of options, and it’s okay to try different approaches until you find what works for you. Embrace the unknown and trust in your ability to handle whatever comes your way.

Q: How can I build confidence and enthusiasm?

A: Approach your goals with wanton expectation and desire. Visualize your success and anchor this state mentally. The more you practice, the more confident and enthusiastic you’ll become.

Q: How can I make this approach a habit?

A: Repeat the process and reinforce the “consider it done” mindset through regular practice. Utilize anchoring techniques to solidify this new way of thinking. The more you embody this mindset, the more natural and effortless it will become.

Q: What if I’m not sure where to start?

A: Begin by identifying specific areas where you hesitate or procrastinate. Pick one area and focus on applying the “consider it done” approach. With practice, you’ll develop the skills to address other areas of hesitation in your life.

Q: How can I stay motivated?

A: Visualize your desired outcome and the sense of accomplishment that comes with taking action. Surround yourself with supportive individuals who encourage your growth. Regularly reflect on your progress and celebrate your successes along the way.

Q: How can I apply this in my relationships or communication with others?

A: Embrace a willingness to ask questions and actively listen to others’ responses. This approach can enhance your relationships and improve your understanding of others’ perspectives.

😆 JOKES ABOUT FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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  • How many indecisive people does it take to change a light bulb? Depends. Are they sure they want to change it?
  • I finally decided to get a self-help book on procrastination. I’ll get around to reading it… eventually.
  • My therapist told me to confront my fears. I said, “Uh, maybe next week?”
  • I ordered a hesitation elimination drink at the bar. The bartender said, “We’re all out of those. Want a beer?” (silence) “Sure, a beer sounds good.”
  • Schrödinger’s to-do list: Both empty and full until you check it.
  • What’s the difference between a comma and an indecisive person? A comma knows when to stop.
  • My gym membership is a metaphor for my life. I keep meaning to go, but…
  • I bought a self-driving car for indecisive people. It comes with a “maybe left,” “maybe right,” and “eh, straight” option.
  • I signed up for a marathon. But I haven’t decided yet if I’m running or walking… or spectating.
  • I went to the doctor about my indecisiveness. He said, “I can prescribe something, but I’m not sure if it will help…”
  • I tried to write a song about indecision. But I couldn’t decide on a melody.
  • What’s the downside of telepathy for indecisive people? Hearing everyone else’s doubts too!
  • Online dating for the indecisive: Swipe left, swipe right, swipe left again… just to be sure.

🦋 METAPHORS ABOUT FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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  • Hesitation is like a car stuck in neutral—considering all options but going nowhere.
  • Hesitation is like a leaky faucet—dripping with uncertainty and indecision.
  • Consider it done like a rocket launch—blasting off without looking back.
  • Consider it done like a tightrope walker—taking a bold step forward with unwavering focus.
  • Hesitation is like a tangled web—snaring you in doubt and delaying action.
  • Hesitation is like a murky pond—clouding your vision and obscuring the path ahead.
  • Consider it done like a lighthouse—illuminating the way and guiding you through uncertainty.
  • Consider it done like a compass—providing direction and confidence in your journey.
  • Hesitation is like a wobbly table—unstable and in need of a steady hand.
  • Hesitation is like a broken record—repeating the same indecisive tune.
  • Consider it done like a sprinter—bursting out of the blocks without a second thought.
  • Consider it done is like a deep breath before a dive—a moment of calm before taking the plunge.
  • Hesitation is like a knot in your shoelace—tripping you up just as you’re about to take off.
  • Hesitation is like a foggy windshield—obscuring your vision and making the path ahead uncertain.
  • Consider it done like a GPS—navigating you through the twists and turns of life.
  • Consider it done like a bridge—spanning the gap between indecision and action.
  • Hesitation is like a traffic jam—delaying your progress and testing your patience.
  • Hesitation is like a game of tug-of-war—pulling you back just as you’re about to win.
  • Consider it done like a stampede—an unstoppable force charging toward your goal.
  • Consider it done like a key turning in a lock—opening doors to new possibilities.
  • Hesitation is like a leaky boat—sinking under the weight of doubt.
  • Hesitation is like a broken step—tripping you up just when you’re about to ascend.
  • Consider it done like a parachute jump—embracing the unknown and soaring toward your destination.

📚 RESOURCES OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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@book Richard Richard Bandler, 1985; Using Your Brain-For a Change: Neuro-Linguistic Programming ISBN 978-0911226270

@video Bandler, Submodalities and hypnosis, 1987; DVD

@audio Richard Bandler, Using your brain for a change; NLP Comprehensive

@book Steve Andreas, 2002; Transform Your Self: Becoming Who You Want to be: Becoming Who You Want to Be ISBN 978-0911226430

@book George Lakoff & Mark Johnson, 1980; Metaphors We Live By ISBN 978-0226468013

@book Steve @ Connirae Andreas, 1988; Change Your Mind and Keep the Change: Advanced NLP Submodalities Interventions ISBN 978-0911226294

@video DVD Transforming yourself Complete 3-day Training with Steve Andreas

@link The Wholeness Work

@link Core Transformation

🧑‍🦲 VLADIMIR KLIMSA EXPERIENCE WITH FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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“There are two types of people: those who say ‘consider it done’ and those who do it. I’m the third type: say ‘maybe later.’” - Uknown

I have read books, watched videos, attended seminars, and practiced on myself and others. My interest in FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE arose from searching for reliable techniques that I could use to improve my life and life of others. I learned NLP techniques in NLP seminars, gathering, from friends, books, articles, and video and audio courses. I have practiced with myself and others and I can say my overall experience is good. Watching BRichard’s Bandler submodalities and hypnosis DVD and hearing Richard’s Bandler - Using Your Brain for a Change gave me insight into the various mental representations, and feel certainty about the future. The kinesthetic sensation is the one of most valuable techniques I come across. I do recommend that you search for a practitioner who has knowledge, skills, experience, and elegance for your first session.

✏️ CONCLUSION OF FROM HESITATION TO CONSIDER IT DONE
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Richard Bandler’s “Consider it Done” philosophy revolves around taking action without hesitation and impatience. He encourages individuals to shift their mindset from waiting and guessing others’ thoughts to direct communication and immediate action. Key concepts include “chaining,” where ideas are made past tense and inevitable, and the use of submodalities and anchoring to create rapid shifts between states. By associating inevitability with desire and utilizing critical submodalities, individuals can overcome hesitation, enhance motivation, and face their fears. Bandler emphasizes the importance of direct communication, taking action in the present moment, and practicing rapid state shifts to reinforce new, positive patterns.

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He is an explorer of the structure of subjective experience, seeking a deeper understanding of how people experience the world through their conscious and subconscious minds. He studies the inner worlds of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that shape our perceptions, behaviors, and choices.
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