Ken Wapnick, Ph.D., created the term “Decision-Maker” to define the “real you” in A Course in Miracles. For more on his work, visit FACIM.org.
Within Right-Minded Teamwork, the The model is a teaching aid that helps your team choose a set of unique, “right” teamwork attitudes and behaviors. uses the term “Decision-Maker” to describe the part of you that chooses to listen to and follow either the wrong-minded ways of Ego is the negative, wrong-minded teacher who continually tells you how difficult the world is and how you must constantly fight to survive. or the Right-Minded ways of Reason is a mythological character and symbolic guide who shows you how to think and behave in a Right-Minded way. As your Right-Minded teacher, Reason helps you differentiate and choose between Right-Minded and wrong-minded attitudes and behaviors..
Your Decision-Maker is 100% responsible for who you choose to follow, what you choose to think, and how you choose to behave.
Right-Mindedness is achieved when you listen to and follow Reason. Listening means calming your Ego mind, trusting your intuition, and allowing space for a When you are facing a challenge such as an Ego attack, and you experience a positive and perhaps surprising moment of revelation, clarity, or sanity, you have achieved a moment of Reason. to arise.
When Right-Mindedness becomes an integral part of a team, the team consistently works together as one, doing no harm, within the forgiving Your daily acts of living your team Work Agreements is how you remain in the forgiving Unified Circle Right-Minded Thinking.. When teammates do that, they are demonstrating and extending Right-Minded Teamwork to everyone.
To learn more about Reason, Ego, and the Decision-Maker, pick up the book Reason, Ego, & the Right-Minded Teamwork Myth: The Philosophy & Process for Creating a Right-Minded Team That Works Together as One.