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PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

Gain more mental strength in 6 weeks!
How to face challenges, crises, diffi­cult relati­ons­hips with a positive outlook, creati­vity and focus and gain peak perfor­mance and satis­fac­tion – in business, sports or private life.

3 steps, a 3‑fold mental muscle training:
“Saboteur Inter­ceptor”: inter­rupt negative emotions and self-sabotage.
“Sage Perspec­tive”: possi­bi­lity vision, empathy, curio­sity, creati­vity and clear focused action
“Self-Command”: consciously shifting from negative thought patterns to positive thinking

Mental Fitness – Top perfor­mance in times of crisis

Mental Fitness – Top perfor­mance in times of crisis

Being mentally fit means facing challenges and crises in profes­sional and private life with calmness, clarity and focus and not with agita­tion, anxiety and stress.
Mental fitness can be trained just like physical fitness!
In the webinar you will experi­ence this through small practical exercises and learn more about:
what is Mental Fitness and how it can be trained
the PQ method, a three­fold “muscle training” according to Shirzad Chamine, psycho­lo­gist and lecturer in Positive Psycho­logy at Stanford University
how to recognize negative emotions and self-sabotage
how to get out of the stress spiral and activate positive thinking and acting
and what it takes to sustainably anchor mental fitness

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

Gain more mental strength in 6 weeks!
How to face challenges, crises, diffi­cult relati­ons­hips with a positive outlook, creati­vity and focus and gain peak perfor­mance and satis­fac­tion – in business, sports or private life.

3 steps, a 3‑fold mental muscle training:
“Saboteur Inter­ceptor”: inter­rupt negative emotions and self-sabotage.
“Sage Perspec­tive”: possi­bi­lity vision, empathy, curio­sity, creati­vity and clear focused action
“Self-Command”: consciously shifting from negative thought patterns to positive thinking

Mental Fitness – Top perfor­mance in times of crisis

Mental Fitness – Top perfor­mance in times of crisis

Being mentally fit means facing challenges and crises in profes­sional and private life with calmness, clarity and focus and not with agita­tion, anxiety and stress.
Mental fitness can be trained just like physical fitness!
In the webinar you will experi­ence this through small practical exercises and learn more about:
what is Mental Fitness and how it can be trained
the PQ method, a three­fold “muscle training” according to Shirzad Chamine, psycho­lo­gist and lecturer in Positive Psycho­logy at Stanford University
how to recognize negative emotions and self-sabotage
how to get out of the stress spiral and activate positive thinking and acting
and what it takes to sustainably anchor mental fitness

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

Gain more mental strength in 6 weeks!
How to face challenges, crises, diffi­cult relati­ons­hips with a positive outlook, creati­vity and focus and gain peak perfor­mance and satis­fac­tion – in business, sports or private life.

3 steps, a 3‑fold mental muscle training:
“Saboteur Inter­ceptor”: inter­rupt negative emotions and self-sabotage.
“Sage Perspec­tive”: possi­bi­lity vision, empathy, curio­sity, creati­vity and clear focused action
“Self-Command”: consciously shifting from negative thought patterns to positive thinking

Mental Fitness – Top perfor­mance in times of crisis

Mental Fitness – Top perfor­mance in times of crisis

Being mentally fit means facing challenges and crises in profes­sional and private life with calmness, clarity and focus and not with agita­tion, anxiety and stress.
Mental fitness can be trained just like physical fitness!
In the webinar you will experi­ence this through small practical exercises and learn more about:
what is Mental Fitness and how it can be trained
the PQ method, a three­fold “muscle training” according to Shirzad Chamine, psycho­lo­gist and lecturer in Positive Psycho­logy at Stanford University
how to recognize negative emotions and self-sabotage
how to get out of the stress spiral and activate positive thinking and acting
and what it takes to sustainably anchor mental fitness

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

Gain more mental strength in 6 weeks!
How to face challenges, crises, diffi­cult relati­ons­hips with a positive outlook, creati­vity and focus and gain peak perfor­mance and satis­fac­tion – in business, sports or private life.

3 steps, a 3‑fold mental muscle training:
“Saboteur Inter­ceptor”: inter­rupt negative emotions and self-sabotage.
“Sage Perspec­tive”: possi­bi­lity vision, empathy, curio­sity, creati­vity and clear focused action
“Self-Command”: consciously shifting from negative thought patterns to positive thinking

Why does negative drag us down more than positive uplifts us?

Why does negative drag us down more than positive uplifts us?

Why does negative drag us down more than positive uplifts us? And why is it so critical for us to have a minimum ratio of 3 to 1 positive versus negative?
If you are above this ratio you are uplifted by a vortex of positi­vity and if you are below it you are feeling conti­nu­ally dragged down by a vortex of negati­vity. Thank you Shirzad Chamine for compi­ling relevant research on this 3 to 1 ratio in your book “Positive Intel­li­gence” and adding your own studies of the PQ vortex for describing this energetic phenomenon.

PQ Mental Fitness Basecamp 6 Weeks

Mental Fitness

Mental Fitness – peak perfor­mance and inner peace in crises and challenges!
Mental Fitness means to face all the diffe­rent challenges of life with a positive mindset and not with agita­tion and stress!

Can your perspec­tive influ­ence your energy and your performance?

Can your perspec­tive influ­ence your energy and your performance?

We all experi­ence perma­nent change around us and uncer­tainty about what lays ahead of us. Covid has poten­tiated all this. What are your thoughts and emotions about it? Many of us feel stress and exhaus­tion, working overtime to compen­sate for what is feared. We may also put our head in the sand focus­sing on agree­able stuff, never­less having anxiety linger in the back of our mind. Or we may jump recklessly from chance to chance for fear of missing out, seldom giving our brain a rest.
There is a way out which reduces stress and incre­ases perfor­mance with immediate short-term and sutainable long-term effects. Here are some first hacks on mental fitness to get started.

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