Sympathetic Nervous System, CEO, Eight Years discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
Wherever you can go to get your periphery involved. Is an accelerated or inactivation potentially of the sympathetic nervous system. Which is I'm sorry. The para sympathetic nervous system, which is more of the rest than digest systems in our brain than the the stress from the sympathetic nervous system. So okay. So a couple more questions, and it really I want to get to this one for you. How do you think about mastery? Yeah. It's it's a great question. I've been thinking a lot about it. And I think that as you would know the definitions very different for everybody to me mastery. Is you get to a certain level where things happen in terms of like flow, and you can get to a place where it becomes easy. Like, I don't wanna say easy. But it's it just comes naturally to. You're not forcing it. You're not struggling for. So for example, when I talk about you, and I sitting down and going through your hook points. Like, I literally in ten minutes can do that where when it first started out. Maybe it takes me hours or days to do that. So there's that level of you're doing something so much that it just becomes natural to you. But I think also the important aspect of that definition to me is your constant learning in your challenging yourself because that's what's critically important to me as an individual. Is that learning experience never stops because I will personally get bored in his why can't work within the confines of an organization as it behind the desk because. You're not constantly forced to learn into try things in that. I think that that's where I sell in working with corporations or CEO's in coming in because I can come in with a fresh new take in bring that kind of like hustler spirit or mind set of thinking about things in different ways. So it's critically important to me that mastery is never defined as an angle, but it's something that you're constantly. I don't wanna say chasing constantly evolving. And again, it's a cliche. But it's literally the more that I learn the more I want to know because it just shows you different ways in different ways of thinking of things like when I talk about PC, Amer human behavior psychology of only been studying that for eight years in diverted in eight years is is been remarkable. And I want to learn more. And I'm always meeting new people every day and learning from them and trying to improve everything that I am. So I can provide the most value to to the people I work with when you Sit Aye. Cross from world class thinker or doer somebody that's extraordinarily what they do. And let's create a scenario that you're sitting across from them in you have one question. What is that one question? I would say that that one question is who do you want to be what do you want to achieve? What is your that's through? Yeah. In the same vein. I want to understand what it is that they're lacking. What it is. They're trying to really get out of life or achieve so that I can figure out a way to provide that for them. Okay. So is it is the the first one that came out your mind mindlessness start. There was who do you want to become? So when we turn that on you like who is it that you're working on becoming to me again. I love the process of providing value to people might dream is that I can wake up every day and.