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Jur93n

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Competence
« on: Today at 02:22:57 am »
Just something that I realized when doing Level 2. Before starting we are unconsciously incompetent and when starting level 2 we become consciously incompetent. At the end of level 2 we should be almost or at unconsciously competent (automatic).

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Re: Competence
« Reply #1 on: Today at 03:16:58 am »
I'm happy Level Two doingness gives one increased analytical faculty - a better way of seeing things  :)

You answered my question, "What is competency?" The closest synonym was "professionalism". Being professional could most certain be an automaticity - a bleed-over from a past existence learned competency.

An example I know of is this lifetime the reincarnation of Felix Mendelssohn stunned the music teacher at a very young age.

What level of competency do you assess that at?


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Re: Competence
« Reply #2 on: Today at 03:25:50 am »
Dennis said, "... the joy of competency ... ", joy being an indicator  :)
For example today I was joyed to learn something new that makes me more able to bring better understanding to a particular field.

As soon as I wrote that last sentence I had a "WOW!" thought about Dennis's work  :) Did it give him joy?


Just something that I realized when doing Level 2. Before starting we are unconsciously incompetent and when starting level 2 we become consciously incompetent. At the end of level 2 we should be almost or at unconsciously competent (automatic).