You’re A Brainiac!

July 19, 2018

We are living in very uncertain times. Things are speeding up so rapidly that if we do not have the knowledge, tools, strategies and techniques to keep up with the pace of these changes we will be left behind groveling in a sea of mediocrity which will never get us to where we truly desire to be. So, the question is, how do we acquire the knowledge and mindset to take us further than we ever thought possible?

This is where coaching comes in. We must begin to do some introspective work to see who you really are. What are your habits, behaviors, beliefs and image about yourself? What is the conversation you are having with yourself? What are the conversation you are having with other people?

It takes .10th of a second for people to determine if they like you and want to engage in doing business with you and .07 seconds to sense they don’t trust you. That’s how fast and important it is for you to really be authentic and know yourself. If you are uncertain in anyway within yourself, people will pick up on this feeling before you even utter hello.

Not only must our intentions be clear, we must be aware of the impact we are having on others. If we only focus on our intention, we can often have a negative impact on others, triggering their fight, flight, freeze or appease impulse which is controlled by the Amygdala in the brain or the lower brain. We immediately will turn people off.

Being aware of your intentions and the impact you want to convey will communicate positive reactions in others, which will lead them to trust and like you. This triggers the Prefontal Cortex, known as the executive or decision making part of the brain.

We actually have seven brains.

1-The Primitive Brain or (reptilian brain- sensors threats)

2-Heart Brain- Our heart is much more than just a pump. (We either sync or not with others)

3-Limbic Brain (Stores memory and history of emotions)

4- Neocortex (Hardwired for language, storing information, basic thinking, reasoning and cognitive skills)

5- Prefrontal Cortex (The youngest part of the brain & often called the executive brain)

6- Gut-Brain – We truly are what we eat. (The gut brain is revolutionizing medicine’s understanding of the links between, mood, health and even the way we think. Scientists call this little brain the ecteric nervous system.)

7-Interstidium- A layer of skin under the epidermis. It communicates and gathers information.

Until we understand how we can link or body, mind and spirit into alignment, we will never truly be successful and live our best life. This knowledge is vital to your success, happiness, and health in these ever -changing times.

Coaching will revolutionize the way you see yourself and propel you to new heights in all areas of your life.

 

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It Will always Come Back

April 19, 2016

reap what you sowLife is a boomerang. Life is an echo. Life is a garden, you reap what you sow. Whatever you put out in the world comes back to you. It might not happen right away however it will come back. The ripples that are sent out travel for miles or nanoseconds but they are vibrating pulses of energy that effect everything . As James Allen so poetically states;

“Mind is the master power that molds and makes, and man is mind and the more he takes the tool of thought and shapes it to his will, brings forth a thousand joys or a thousand ills, he thinks in secret but it comes to pass, environment is but his looking glass.”

If you want more love, give more love. If you want more money, give more money. If you want more success, help someone be successful. It is that simple. The only thing is, that it must come from a pure heart with pure intentions and not for your own gain. So be a kind man for all mankind.

Want to learn how to apply these universal laws into your life and begin living a life full of fun, joy and prosperity.

Call Monica today!  516-297-0672

 


Be True To You!

January 27, 2015

knowing others

Have you ever taking an inventory of yourself? It is not something to take lightly. It is studying yourself under difference situations and accurately taking account of yourself. To be true to you! The more you know yourself, the more you will know others as well. Not as they appear to be, but as they really are. The tone of their voice, posture, eye contact, the use of their words and how they act under pressure, when angry, in love, when they have money, or not have any, how and when they eat, when losing in a game or sport, winning, when their alone and so forth. This is not about judgement but rather observation, of oneself and others. Judgement is weakness and observation is strength. The whole point of being true to you is to become all that you can be in this world and to know others is to become successful in life. Humility is a forerunner of success. Until we become humble in our own hearts we will not be able to connect and get into the minds of others. So take a good look at yourself and observe yourself like never before. Before long, you will become true to you!


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