Cognitive Dynamics


The human mind has four unique modes. Acting, which involves real-time, momentary decisions, directing, which involves planned and structured decision making. Scripting, which involves planning and self-reflection, and lastly, reviewing, which is when you score and grade behaviour and decisions. 

The different modes rely on different functions. Generally, Feeling and Judging is primarily involved in people management and communication. Thinking and judging is involved in managing resources and tools. Thinking Perceiving is involved in managing as a form of check-up function, ensuring your tools are working properly.

Typically, when you enter into a monologue (NJ), you enter into a focused state of thinking, where you act out or enforce a vision or a system of ideas. When you enter into a dialogue, you use the world as a playground, and you enter into a dialogue with the objects and the people around you, letting everyone become a part of your imagination.

Cognitive Dynamics