We use the following principles as the foundation for our work:

  1. Neuroscience
    1. The Thinking Brain – Your brain is constantly evolving by your thoughts, behaviors and habits. By creating new thoughts, behaviors and habits you create new neuropathways that change your perspective of reality.
    2. Mapping Your Internal Decision-Making Algorithms – According to neuroscience, your brain makes decisions based upon the programming you have running in your brain. All of your decisions can be mapped into algorithms. Each decision has a trigger, thought, action and consequence. Consequences can be physical, physiological, psychological or emotional. Understanding your internal decision-making algorithms enables you to make better decisions.
    3. Emotional Intelligence – Understanding how you “feel” emotionally as a language gives you access to more information for better decision making.
    4. Energetic Intelligence – Every human body radiates an electromagnetic field of energy. The ability to read that energy and translate it into valuable information is a learned skill.
    5. The Science of Intuitive Intelligence – Becoming acquainted with the “three brains” and their role in decision making (intuition and creativity) is extremely valuable. Neuroscience is highly interested in the phenomenon of intuition. Research organizations like the Heart Math Institute have invested and continue to invest in research about intuition and the different practices we, as leaders, can use to gain greater access to it.
  2. Quantum Mechanics
    1. Particle-Wave Duality
      1. Particles exist in two forms at the same time, both as a particle and as a wave.
      2. The environment changes the way particles express themselves.
      3. We see the same phenomena with people and culture.
  1. The Observer Principle
    1. The simple act of observing a phenomenon necessarily impacts said phenomenon.
    2. We use observation in Zone 3 & 4 to create an impact on desired behaviors.
  2. Perception is Reality
    1. Our reality is defined by how we imagine reality.
    2. By changing our imagined perceptions of reality, we are able to shift our reality.
  3. Crowd Sourcing of Intelligence – In contrast to Artificial Intelligence, which is effective in collecting information to inform decision making, Crowd Sourcing of Intelligence makes use of a unique process that allows you to tap into the collective intelligence of your team and organization.

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