With our Brain Fitness session, you will be able to:
- Determine multiple brain dominance factors as well as your unique genetic approach to learning
- Recognize what your likelihood for error is when you are under stress
- Determine if your genetic preferences actually align to what you do for a living
- Identify how lifestyle choices and your perspective on life can affect brain function
- Create an action plan with solid next steps to focus on working with your brain, not against it
Do you work harder and longer but still can’t get ahead?
Do you want to advance but the same workplace patterns seem to haunt you, job after job?
Do you have problems with personal or workplace relationships?
By the time most of us reach adulthood we have some idea of how we communicate and process new information. Some of us are better if we see things, some are better by hearing, and others are better if they can get their hands dirty. Our preferences in processing information are largely genetically determined – but we can train our brains to improve that!
We all have heard if we are right-handed, that means we are left-brained (and vice versa). While it is true that the biological connections for our handedness come from the opposite side of our brain, it doesn’t mean that these are our dominant connections. For example, we can be predominantly right brained and be right handed. Did you know that you also have a dominant eye, and ear?
When we are living optimally, everything works in harmony. Even if we are analytical by nature (left brain hemisphere dominant) we can also be creative and visual (right brain characteristics). But what happens when we are stressed? When we are stressed (work stress, illness, environmental stress) we tend to default back to our dominant brain, hand, eye, and ear characteristics, which can increase our probability for workplace mistakes, performance issues, and communication problems. Do you tend to drop things when you are under stress? It is common for you to tell someone you never heard them say a particular thing to you? Do you withdraw when under stress? If we know our “defaults” and we know what happens to us under stress, we can practice using our whole brain, reduce our margin of error, and keep our professional and personal relationships on track. This not only makes us more productive in the workplace, it contributes to our brain health and the health of our relationships.
The Neuro-Link Learning Receptiveness Profile™ gives us this information – and more. It also assesses the aspects of learning that most appeal to us. Do you like to learn when there is a more “spiritual” aspect to learning, such as good for all mankind? Do you prefer to learn by yourself, at your own pace? These are aspects that make you uniquely you – the goal is to know how to better manage your learning in order to make choices that play to your strengths.
I am honored to be a Certified Brain Profile Practitioner with Neuro-Link (www.neurolink.company). My experience with Neuro-Link began when I completed my own Learning Assessment Profile a few years ago. The information in my profile confirmed many things I already knew about myself but the real surprise was in seeing how the all the data came together to create a composite profile about me that explained why I had some of the workplace issues I had and what I could do to avoid having those same issues in the future.
In my own experience, the Learning Receptiveness Profile was instrumental in showing me that the way I was “wired” was not a good fit for the career I had. I could work hard to be a better fit for my career or I could find a career that played to my strengths and use that same level of energy to excel.
WiseGuides became the result of that choice.
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Neuro-link Brain Profile
$599 – 3 hours