The Science Behind Intuition

Almost every Radical Remission cancer survivor I’ve studied used their intuition to help make decisions related to their healing process. Research on intuition and following your ‘gut’ instinct may explain why. Scientists have discovered that humans appear to have two, very different “operating systems.” System 1 is our quick, instinctual, and often subconscious way of operating – it is controlled by our right brain and by other parts of our brain that have been around since prehistoric times, known as the “limbic” and reptilian” parts of our brain.

Being Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

There is a common yet powerful misconception when it comes to using and following our Intuitive intelligence that if it is TRUE Intuition, that it will feel easy and unfold without any challenge, resistance or discomfort. And while the accurate energetic signal of authentic Intuitive guidance IS Neutral in electrical charge – the direction that it moves us towards or asks us to follow CAN be very challenging and most often DOES push us out of our comfort zone.

Is it true that creativity resides in the right hemisphere of the brain?

Ned Herrmann is an educator and consultant, who has spent two decades developing models of brain activity and its relationship to the creative process. Herrmann headed management education at General Electric and founded the Ned Herrmann Group in 1980. Here is his view.

Intuition May Reveal Where Expertise Resides in the Brain

Sometimes a solution just appears out of nowhere. You bring your multipage spreadsheet to the finance department, and within seconds the accountant tells you something isn't quite right without being able to say what. You're perched on a narrow ledge halfway up Half Dome in Yosemite Valley, 1,000 feet above deck, searching for the continuation of the climb on the granite wall that appears featureless, when your senior climbing partner quickly points to a tiny series of flakes: “Trust me, this is it.”

21 signs you're a narcissist

You're more likely to find a narcissist in the C-suite than on the street, research suggests. That's because the traits that make narcissists so difficult to hang out with or date — including a constant need for validation, a willingness to control people, and a ruthlessness in getting their needs met — happen to make them super effective at rising up the ranks.

10 Sports Psychology Mental Training Tips

Getting 'in the zone' is a huge competitive edge in business. You can learn a lot from how top performing athletes do this in sports.....Want to know how you can use sports psychology and mental training to reach your health, fitness and sports goals faster, easier, and get the results you want? Here are my top 10 mindset tips to help you build new motivation, confidence and major breakthroughs in your fitness, your training and in your life.

The Nine Mental Skills of Successful Athletes

Getting 'in the zone' is a huge competitive edge in business. You can learn a lot from how top performing athletes do this in sports.....

How To Motivate Your Husband To Chase A Dream

Women often complain about their husband’s lack of motivation, drive, or unwillingness to improve. The most common protest is how their husband doesn’t seem to be “excited” or “inspired”, and in many cases, they opt for a pattern of frequent escape (camping, hunting, guy nights, etc). Here are a handful of unfailing tactics used by the wives of these seemingly un-encourageable husbands. I have listed them below:

Good Business Leaders Use Intuition to Make Decisions

Every person, whether in a leadership role or not, confronts hundreds, thousands even tens of thousands instinctual decisions throughout a given day. Some are instantaneous, or as we classify “automatic”, while others require in-depth analysis. Good leaders often have a good sense of intuition. What is it and how could it be useful?