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GAINMORE Advantedge Potential to Performance Success System – Neuroscience Coaching

Neuroscience Coaching

Busting Stress

Touch My Heart – Communicate with Impact

Communicate with Impact
Ideas are the currency of the 21st century.

The ability to communicate your ideas persuasively is the single greatest skill you need to accomplish your dreams

Spreading your ideas in the 21st Century requires a 21st Century model of communication
Let me introduce you to HUGS

Neuroscience research using brain scans reveals that stories stimulate our brains, enabling the speaker to connect with the audience and making it likely that the audience will agree with the speaker’s point of view. So what’s happening inside the brain? Once we know this, we can deliberately structure our communication to engage our audience and, stand a greater chance of helping them understand a new point of view.
PFC Theatre

Your Pre-Frontal Cortex (PCF) is like a theatre stage. When you focus on one thing, it’s like an actor on stage. And we can keep 3 or 4 actors on stage at most at any one moment (consider how you remember phone numbers).

Information from the outside world is like actors invading the stage from the wings.

Information from your inner world is like audience members climbing on stage.

At any given moment, millions of bits of information are vying for your attention.
Getting Attention
We give attention to anything unusual, new or potentially threatening. This is the role of your Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC).

When something novel or unusual is perceived in the ACC, it triggers the production of cortisol (our main stress hormone) from the Amygdala making us feel distress.

And we immediately pay attention to something threatening.

Keeping someone’s attention
We can sustain someone’s attention by increasing the tension in the story. We become anxious to know “what happens next…”

Once we have sustained attention long enough we become emotionally attached to the characters in the story, we empathize with them, thanks to another neurochemical, Oxytocin […]

5 areas of stress and anxiety in your life

Stress and anxiety. It can smack you in the head when you least expect it.

It can creep up on you and before you realize what has happened, your skin tingles, your heart is racing, your breathing shallow and you are ready to lash out at your nearest and dearest for minor offenses.

In previous oists, I have explained what happens in your brain and the different types of stress. Now lets look at the 5 areas in your life that are affected by stress. The more we know about our own peculiar stress response, the more readily we can deal with it effectively.

The first area of life we’ll look at is the Journey.

Your journey is your path through life – it’s your story, your memories, your history, your beliefs,values, purpose and calling. Stress in this area is often caused by the lack of something or an imbalance in our journey in life and the choices we have made. For many, it is a lack of defined purpose – quaintly referred to as a “mid-life crisis” (should be) where we suddenly start asking ourselves “what’s the point of all of this?” (alone). Stress here can also be tied to our memories and history of fear and worry in the past and triggered in the present.

The second area of our life, we call “Doing”. This is the sphere of action and reaction – the practical aspects of our life. Stress and anxiety in this area can be caused through a feeling of overwhelm or overload because we believe we cannot do what is necessary (persistence) – or perhaps we have simply taken on too much. Perhaps we feel that the risk of action is too great and […]