• As social beings, we communicate at any moment of our existence with both verbal and non-verbal cues. Each piece of communication (coming in and going out) passes through our internal “software”, our mind. The simplest communication process is illustrated as linear and goes through 4 key stages: coding – sending – receiving – decoding. However, it’s not at all that simple. There are so many variables that influence the smooth information processing between two subjects (Smith, 2007).
  • Capacitatea de adaptare, ca și în natură, poate fi o chestiune de supraviețuire. Schimbarea nu este ușoară și necesită voința de a face acest lucru și o minte deschisă. Managerul cu mintea deschisă poate verifica realitatea și poate veni cu întrebări de genul: „În ce afacere mă aflu cu adevărat?”
  • Understanding your life purpose can get you back on track when life throws you curve balls; taking time to understand yourself, taking time for self-care, taking time to understand who you are as a person allows you to be able to take care of others, to take time to understand the needs of loved ones and to communicate better with those around you.
  • Your purpose is the guiding torch and tool to all the decisions you make in all areas of your life. A purpose, allows you to be the light in the tunnel of the life that you have chosen. You choose the tunnel, and you light it up with the essesnce of you. This E-book will help you to start to figure out your life purpose, as you create time within your current and future schedules, to stay on track toward what makes sense for you.
  • Using my background in Neuroscience-based coaching; which is the study of the mind and brain and how we can harness them for higher power, I guide you through how you can become a high performer as you manage your diary and biohack your mind.  Let's keep in touch! When you downloaded this EBOOK, you were provided with links to other EBOOKS. I trust that will be useful on your the life journey that you are in. 
  • The Socratic Method is still used to this day in multiple arenas including education and therapy. Meanwhile offering a non-directive ‘listening ear’ and drawing out a relative stranger with open questions has always been an established part of the human experience: just consider a hairdresser. We quickly realise they use gentle questioning to build rapport and help you work out what you want: ‘How do you want it to look?’ ‘What's the plan?’ ‘How does it feel?’ ‘What are you doing this summer?’
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