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#1126

From: greenmn900... Date: Tue Nov 5, 2002 8:19 am Subject: Re: Missed Targets greenmn900... Hi. Yeah, I've had far more than just 6-7 misses in a row, too. Joe's not kidding around about that. I think the most I've had is somehwere around 26 or 27 in a row. Very, very demoralizing. A year or so ago I was trying to RV in my spare time at work. My office was next to a garage where dump trucks were being worked on. With the sound of air ratchets, guys yelling and cursing, phones ringing, dropping large pieces of metal, etc. ; I amazingly nailed my first target in that environment and then went on to completely miss 20 or more in a row. I just kept trying though, and eventually, it lined out and I started getting better and better. I guess I had to learn to concentrate and focus better. Now, I think it was very good for me. I used to have to have total silience when I RVed. Not anymore. Even a TV set at pretty high volume in the same room with me doesn't bother me much. Tunde, I use my own method. I'm untrained. From what I've read, I guess it's a lot like Joe's. I do progressive physical relaxation, then quiet my mind for about 5 minutes, then I just open to the target. There's a lot of little tricks I've picked up from others and learned on my own for getting at data that seems hard to understand or is fleeting in some way, but that's basically it. I just learned by practicing as much as possible. I've done a little over 2200 targets in the last 3-4 years. I try to average 2-3 per day. One thing I've noticed is that, following a long string of misses, I seem to suddenly improve quite a bit. I become much better than I was before the losing streak started. After I noticed that, the missing doesn't bother me anymore. I know that it very likely means I'm going to get better soon. Best Regards, Don Reply | Forward

#1127

From: "PJ Gaenir" Date: Tue Nov 5, 2002 2:28 pm Subject: Re: Missed Targets dennanm > --- In pjrv...reenmn900...ote: > One thing I've noticed is that, following > a long string of misses, I seem to > suddenly improve quite a bit. I become > much better than I was before the > losing streak started. After I noticed > that, the missing doesn't bother me > anymore. I know that it very likely means > I'm going to get better soon. Aaauuugh! That's a wonderful way to look at it. My RV angst all this time and you never thought to mention this gem to me. ;-) I admit I have noticed that when there is some problem and it finally settles down, I do sense there is improvement, not just in that particular problem but sort of in the process across the board. This makes me think how anything has a "re-adjustment period". For example in business esp. operations (with quotas etc.) if you change a procedure or change your staff, even if you've improved things, there will initially be a falloff in either quantity or quality on the line, and then it really gets going again, better. Thinking out loud here. You know how I tend to consider my psychology to be a whole lot of energies that - on good days - are all operating hopefully in one general direction that the "I as I know Me" intends - maybe when we change our belief systems, it is almost like a shuffling of personnel. Maybe some are new to the job and others are doing different things and they're all a little uncomfortable with the new process. Maybe that will cause a variety of 'symptoms' that result, in one way or another, in session problems. Maybe a sudden "spate" of session problems should be seen as something to simply investigate: if one changed the way they were doing something and that can be causually connected, then obviously it's worth experimenting to see if that's a problem. But if nothing really changed, and it's more than just a couple off sessions, then maybe it should be looked at as a potential change INTERNALLY. And if one is RVing regularly, those are generally positive changes in the end I'd think, adjustments. That's a fabulous way to look at failure. You'll have to imagine my female-announcer voice, "Please be aware that our RV Department is undergoing temporary modifications, and not all abilities are currently available. We will have a grand opening of our new and expanded RV Proficiency soon and we welcome you to join us. Thank you for shopping at PJRV." ROFL. PJ

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