Acceleration to Next/OG
|Acceleration to Next|
|Contributors||Takashi Iba, Toko Miyake|
|Last modification||May 12, 2017|
|Source||Iba & Miyake (2010); Iba (2010)|
|Pattern formats||OPR Alexandrian|
• When you are making research
• When you are writing a paper
• When you are creating something
• When your activity is in the final stage
• When you are at a dead end
It frequently happens that people slack off their efforts subconsciously just before the goal.
• Just before achieving the goal, human tend to unconsciously lose their motivation.
• Finishing work is always tough.
• Humans can work hard in active, just in the process of pursuing our goal.
Set the next goal and pass through the current goal without slowing down.
• Think of the meaning of your activity, and imagine what you should do after achieving its goal.
• Set the next goal on the extension of your activity temporarily, and consider the immediate goal as a passing point. With an image of a bigger goal, you can avoid losing the end work.
Even if you work on your activity with the mind ofand , it seems be tough to finish the work before its goal. When you are in the situation like this, it is important to put . Work on your activity with for taking the immediate goal as a part of next big goal. With for looking down a whole of your project, think of what you can do now, and take next goals. In this way, if you keep on progressing while you take your goals as passing points, you will .
- Pattern published in Iba, T., & Miyake, T. (2010). Learning Patterns: a pattern language for creative learning II. In Proceedings of the 1st Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (p. 4). New York:ACM.
- Patlet mentioned in Iba, T. (2010). Designing a Pattern Language for Creative Learners.