Through the practice of positive neuroplasticity (PN), you have the ability to change your brain, and therefore your behavior. To learn more about PN, please visit Dr. Hanson's page at the link below.
With this understanding, we create exercises and home work assignments that allow you to have positive experiences during the course. And we teach you other brain retraining tools to take home with you.
It's through repetition that we create all habits—good and bad. Here's how we help you master the art of consistency:
1) With challenges and the support and accountability of coaching, you get to experience the benefits of a new habit, routine or strategy for real. 2) You will learn habit formation techniques such as the "Don't Break The Chain" method and a mindful approach to change. 3) We ask you to go deep on your "Why," which helps to lock in motivation.
This quote by Ben Franklin sums up the value of experiential learning really well: "Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn."
With experiential learning, you retain more of what you learn. In our courses, we try to weave in as much experiential learning as possible and with coaching (a form of experiential learning in and of itself), more transformations happen.