HOW TO GO FROM UNCONSCIOUS UNCONTROLLABLE BEHAVIOR TO CONSCIOUS CONTROLLABLE BEHAVIOR
When you are happy the muscles in your cheeks contract causing you to smile. Similarly, if you contract the muscles in your cheeks and you smile, this causes you to feel happy: they are both directly linked. This link is also true between what you think and what you feel. If you feel bad, it will be because you are thinking negative thoughts and if you feel good you will be thinking positive thoughts. These are generally unconscious (automatic); however, by paying attention to your thoughts you bring them into conscious (manual) awareness and can change them.
In our personal lives, we often wake up and live on autopilot and in the subconscious for a majority portion of the day—especially if we are in the same surroundings and environment every day. This thought process can be directly transferred into the work environment—which can lead to innovation loss; an unhealthy institutional culture that does not promote growth; weakened safety standards; and diminished due diligence capacity.