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How are you feeling?

In your work and personal life:

  • Do you find that you often judge yourself or others?
  • Are you constantly “thinking about all the things” that are happening in your life?
  • Are you focused on what mistakes you might have made?
  • Do you fixate on the bad things that have happened to yourself or others?

What are you thinking?

In your personal and work life:

  • Do you feel overworked or underappreciated?
  • Are you stressed about what is happening to you and around you?
  • Have you felt guilty and lazy when you try to relax?

Do you wake up in the middle of the night with a sense of dread about what might go wrong tomorrow?

The challenging truth:

  • You certainly can’t control what others think or how they feel about you. You will always be judged by others and your stress may have always been a part of what drives you.
  • You can’t change the cards you’ve been dealt or stop all the bad things you worry might happen to you.
  • In fact, the majority of people are ready to accept what has happened to them and will continue to believe the negativity and lies they tell themselves.
  • The problem isn’t that you feel or think the way you do, it is that you, more often than not, believe those negative voices.
  • The challenge isn’t that you can’t control the thoughts in your head, it is that you don’t have the muscles, tools or techniques to recognize the negativity and then shift to thinking positively.
  • The truth is… the negativity bouncing around in your head, is actually being created by you. Which means that you ultimately have the power to control it.

Why can’t we do it alone?

There is an emerging approach to mental fitness that requires us to shift our focus. Instead of looking at our IQ (Intelligence Quotient) or our EQ (Emotional Quotient), the approach has us focus on developing our PQ, or Positive Intelligence Quotient. PQ mental fitness exercises strengthen your mental muscles and enable you to shift from negative patterns of thinking, feeling, and reacting to responding to circumstances in a much more positive and impactful way.

Of course, we can’t always work through substantive changes in our lives, or even do our regular exercises, without some guidance and support from others. Trying to boost our own mental fitness requires building powerful new muscles in your brain, not just learning a theory or gaining awareness and insight that you are thinking or reacting negatively.

What is the solution?

  • Consider signing up for a spot in a seven-week PQ mental fitness training program where you’ll work with a small group of people, focused on increasing your personal Positive Intelligence Quotient. You’ll download a fun and easy to use PQ tracking app (for your phone or tablet) to monitor your progress, permit you to watch a 1-hour video each week, guide you in 15 minutes of daily exercise, and then allow you to interact with a small group of other program participants to share your experiences.
  • You’ll start by completing an online assessment to understand which specific mental Saboteurs might be affecting your patterns of thought.
  • You’ll receive a personal .pdf copy and audio files of the first 8 chapters of the NY-Times bestselling Positive Intelligence book by Shirzad Chamine.
  • All for the price of $1,500 CAD per person, and you’ll also receive customized coaching and training with me each week to unpack what comes up from each video, how you’ll sustain (and integrate) your practice, and the rich learning that comes from sharing experiences with others.

“After working through this Mental Fitness process myself, I realized that I could share this amazing and enjoyable program with the people in my life whom I know it would benefit. What I feel now is a sense of control, a joy in working with others, and I operate with much less negativity.”

David Fisher
Founder, Learnforge

What if it doesn’t work for me?

If you watch the videos, participate in the weekly group meetings, and do the daily practices; yet you don’t believe this program is making a difference in your life, let us know before the start of week 2 and we will work with you to maximize your investment.

How do I join?

  • Sign up today to reserve your spot in the next seven-week mental fitness training program.
  • As an added bonus for signing up right away, you can schedule a private one-on-one call to review your Saboteur assessment results, identify your most challenging Saboteur, and clarify your “why” for the program. Thank you for listening. We look forward to having you in the program.

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