You have a deadline looming. However, instead of doing your work, you are fiddling with miscellaneous things like checking email, social media, watching videos, surfing blogs and forums. You know you should be working, but you just don’t feel like doing anything. Ever wondered why you procrastinate so much? Here's why and how to stop it immediately.Read More
You can’t be a good leader without self-awareness.
It lies at the root of strong character, giving us the ability to lead with a sense of purpose, authenticity, openness, and trust. It explains our successes and our failures. And by giving us a better understanding of who we are, self-awareness lets us better understand what we need most from other people, to complement our own deficiencies in leadership.Read More
What is the neuroscience of a habit and how can we decode it? Excuses are just bad habits in disguise. They're there all the time, just waiting for an opportunity to show themselves.Read More
Setting aside time to do important work is one challenge, but being able to actually focus on it is another. The reason concentration can be such a struggle even after you clear space in your schedule is that your brain gets accustomed to operating in a rapid-fire, reactive mode. Intentionally or otherwise, many of our workplaces and working habits encourage that high-octane cognitive state. And unless you deliberately shift mental gears beforehand, you’ll be fighting against it the whole time you’re trying to focus on that one big project.Read More
The brain is like any other organ in the body. If you exercise it, it performs better. An efficient brain can accomplish more, with greater accuracy, in less time. Neurofeedback provides high performers with the tools to train and exercise neural-nets in the same way as one exercises and builds muscles. The personalised programme makes more efficient use of brain resources by strengthening specific neural connections.Read More
Whether professionally or personally, our habits can come to define us. Our good habits can lead us to make progress and become successful, while our bad habits can cause us to fail. Habits are powerful, and they are difficult to make or break, but if you can gain control over your habits -- both positive and negative -- you can forge yourself into the person you want to become.Read More
Think of your mind as being made of a conscious and an unconscious portion. Your conscious mind is the part of your mind that analyses, criticizes and thinks logically all day long. It is where you put your attention. Your unconscious is the part of your mind controls your bodily functions, from your heartbeat to your breathing. It is where all your memories are stored and where you wisdom, creativity and problem-solving capabilities reside.Read More