Nothing can stop someone who maintains a positive attitude in all situations.
However, almost anything negative will derail someone from success and happiness! A positive MFC attitude will ensure you a smoother and more successful life.
Time is a critical factor in MfC decision-making.
Do you know why most people never achieve their goals and dreams? Why they feel unfulfilled? It’s because they live in the past.
When you aren’t in the moment, you aren’t able to choose – when you’re thinking in the past, you’re not in the present…this places your future in jeopardy.Instead of living in the moment, we miss the choices directly in front of us, and miss out on the possibilities life has to offer.
This TV footage shows the Research & Development facility for Driver Safety Research at the Carnegie Mellon Driver Training and Safety Institute, where many unique discoveries were made including:
Measuring how stress and anxiety affect decision-making.Learning counter-intuitive thinking and behaviors to avoid problems.
Re-mediating ADHD, aggressiveness, impulsivity and inattention. Circumventing TVE, fear and overconfidence. Validating how the point of focus always determines the destination.
Mental multi-tasking doesn’t exist. One task is prioritized while other tasks become secondary. We choose to decide what must come first. We must prioritize one task over another. When under stress and distraction secondary tasks can override the primary task, and that means trouble.
Studies of distracted drivers have shown that practice and simulation are necessary to learn how to avoid distractions from the primary task. For example, driving versus talking on a cell phone. Two tasks attempted simultaneously create a Tunnel Vision Effect.
Learning how to share and communicate with others is a first step in confronting any challenge. Coaches and mental health professionals are trained to share with you proven techniques to overcome stress and the hurdles of life. Don’t believe going it alone is the best way to reach your destination, striving on your own to solve all sorts of problems. Striving together we will find solutions that you will not see yourself.
“Everything is connected to everything else”.
On the skid pad simulation, drivers are instructed to only pay attention to the path around water obstacles (see the little black dot moving on the screen where the eyes are fixated). Even under stress it is imperative to avoid fear and distress to dodge Tunnel Vision Effect (TVE).
In this case the driver failed to calmly focus on the solution of finding the path to evade the problem. The driver stressed out and under Tunnel Vision Effect (TVE) he only focused on the problem rather than searching for avoiding the water obstacle.