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Dr. Michelle Cleere
Health & Wellness > Mental Health
Recorded: Jan 16, 2014 at 01:00 pm EST
Self-confidence: how do you get it and how do you keep it? It is the mark of a champion. That secret ingredient that all great athletes seem to possess, regardless of what level they compete at. Self-confidence is that intangible factor that keeps an athlete working hard regardless of how many times he/she may fail or how many obstacles get thrown in his/her path. Self-confidence can give an average athlete the courage and focus to defeat a stronger opponent. Self-confidence can motivate you to attempt and accomplish the impossible. Likewise, lacking self-confidence, an athlete will consistently perform way below their potential. Low self-confidence can kill an athlete's enjoyment of the sport and turn him/her into a dropout statistic. Self-confidence: how do you get it and how do you keep it? I will tell you!
How do you deal with negative thoughts like "I can't do this?" Do you struggle with motivation? How do you overcome anxiety? Do you sometimes feel stuck? Life is not about just working "physically" harder; it's about having the right mindset. Developing that mindset takes awareness, training and practice just like any physical skill. What's going to help you to feel more successful, confident and in control is your ability to know what to do with mental and emotional obstacles when they arise. This talk will teach you: - How to identify what's holding you back - 3 common mental obstacles - How to overcome your mental obstacles
Good habits of mind mark the difference between a chronically stressed out person, and a "Change Artist". A Change Artist is one who can stay innovative, focused, calm and confident no matter what is going on. People with these skills are indispensable during times of turbulent change. The good news is that you can train your body-mind system to be fuller capacity in this way. All three of these life habits don't take much time but can make a huge difference for the rest of your life. It's like brushing your teeth. If you didn't take 2 minutes to do that every day you wouldn't have any teeth by the age of 30. Beneficial small habits over time are like a drop in the bucket that can lead to huge results in the long term. Join us for this upbeat, fun, practical and informative class that can help you: * lessen anxiety and stress * heighten confidence * increase overall enjoyment of life * attract more of what you want and less of what you don't want Free gift for those who attend live and stay until the end.
Positive thinking is not just an abstract concept, when we change the way we think areas of our brain also change. This hour long discussion will cover the structures in the brain that are affected by thought and why it is beneficial to have specific mindsets.
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Rushing around overwhelmed and impatient is now epidemic. But, it doesn't have to be that way. The costs to you, your work, and society are huge such as: - Foggy thinking leading to less productivity - Health issues - Relationship breakdowns - Financial problems - Lowered happiness and quality of life Benefits to attending this class: - Lower your stress - Get more done in less time with less suffering - Improve your problem solving abilities - Enhance working relationships with key people in your life
Most of us have some kind of habit in our lives that we're either trying to change or want to change. Just because you're entrenched in a particular habit doesn't mean it's forever. The key to transforming our relationship with exercising, productivity, eating, meditating and even with stronger addictive behaviors is understanding your habits and changing your relationship to them. In this workshop, Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D., will explore the neuroscience and psychology behind why we do the things we do that keep us stuck. Participants will be shown how to identify cues that trigger a subconscious habit loop and present specific mindful methods to help us break free from our bad habits and open us up to possibilities and opportunities to develop new healthier habits to take action with. This space of clarity and choice is The Now Effect.
Psychologist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frank said, "In between stimulus, and response there is a space, in that space lies our power to choose our response lies our growth and our freedom." There are many moments in our lives where we drop into a space of clarity, tap into what really matters and get in touch with the wisdom that lies inside. This is the Now Effect. This presentation will show us how we can recognize these "choice points" more often and train our minds in such a way that these moments begin drop in in on us more often and eventually not only strengthen our brains, but change the way we think before we think. This session talks about how we can skillfully weave this into our daily lives to recognize unhealthy habits, prime the mind for good, transform difficult emotions, and get connected.