Mental Fitness

If you’re not physically fit, you’d feel physical stress as you climb a steep hill.

If you’re not mentally fit, you’d feel mental stress, such as anxiety, frustration, or unhappiness, as you handle work and relationship challenges.

 

Recent events such as COVID, disruption in financial markets, social unrest, and political changes have over-stretched you and your clients.

You need a new upgrade in your mental operating system to not just survive but thrive in these tumultuous times. 

 

To learn the tools you need to increase your mental fitness register for my free live webinar

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Learn how to boost your Mental Fitness (PQ)

PQ (your Positive Intelligence Quotient) is the measure of your Mental Fitness. It's the best predictor of how happy you are and how well you perform relative to your potential.

 

And the good news is: you can boost your PQ significantly with practice.

 

PQ is a synthesis of recent breakthroughs in neuroscience, cognitive and positive psychology, and performance science.

Positive Intelligence is the science and practice of developing mastery over your mind so you can make your highest contribution in the world.

 

Why Positive Intelligence?

 
Like being physically fit, allows one to climb steep hills with ease, so does being mentally fit allow one to handle life’s challenges easily. Mental fitness increases happiness, satisfaction and creates a joy-filled life.  It leads to a quicker recovery when you are thrown off balance. Negativity is diminished which leads to greater productivity, performance and joy! It takes practice; mental fitness practice empowers a shift to positivity.  

How do we create shifts?  


PQ score and Saboteur assessments, reveal your positivity quotient and the saboteurs who work to undermine positivity.  Once aware, you can choose to shift to the positive.  These assessments measure how much your mind is serving or sabotaging you by identifying negative patterns and level of positivity.

Every individual has a “judge”, you know the voice in your head that speaks of being unworthy, not good enough or undeserving.  The judge is supported by a cast of other characters, saboteurs, who differ for each person.  Each saboteur has a unique MO and reinforces the voice of the judge.       

Once these are identified a daily fifteen minute practice much like lifting weights in the gym will raise your PQ score, build your mental muscles and keep you in a positive mindset for more of your day. 

To learn the tools you need to increase your mental fitness register for my free live webinar

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