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Messi

The systemic perspective is one very powerful tool to deal with dynamic complexity and, therefore, for systemic management. The complexity of details returns incomplete all rational explanations. Human systems are very complex. We cannot understand them at all. There are enough experiences that we have cognitive limitations. Our conscious mind can only address a small number of variables each time. The complexity of detail is resolved in the unconscious. It is what we call the inner of the coaching game.

When the conscious shifts the burden of a task to the unconscious it takes over and becomes automatic, natural. This frees the conscious mind to concentrate on the dynamic complexity. When Messi sees that comes the ball your conscious mind only lets you see how to approach the goal. Your unconscious mind is who guides you to overcome all obstacles that stand along the path automatically. I invite you to remember how you learned to drive, handle the computer keyboard, walk, speak for a child of two years can that place spoon soup into your mouth is a very complex task on the other hand, when you have learned it does it without thinking. The unconscious is programmed with the experience.

Cultures and beliefs programmed the unconscious. The language also makes it and has very subtle effects. But, how can we have taught the unconscious to structuring the information? It is not easy to describe with our language usually linear feedback processes. Normally we desist from this. But this changes when we started to dominate the systemic perspective. The unconscious is subtly re-educate for structuring data. It occurs as when we learn a foreign language. The unconscious mind encompasses many more details than our conscious mind. The unconscious mind is not limited by the amount of processes of feedback which can consider as happens to the conscious mind. It can thus integrate the dynamic complexity and detail. This is the purpose of coaching with systemic perspective for the systemic management learning.

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