TOUGH TIMES demand mental acuity and fortitude

If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.
Antoine de Saint-Exupery

We are inviting you to a two-hour complimentary webinar on

Tuesday March 31 at 2:00 pm

Managing Mental Strength in A Crisis

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Mental Strength – Empowering the Providers

CHANGE!  It affects us in three ways…

 

  • By what is being perpetrated in its wake
  • By what is going to happen even as the initial change acts
  • By how everyone’s reactions introduces new twists and new problems

 

When change evolves from an invisible, volatile source, these three effects can be devastating.  No fixed solution will work no matter how powerful, as new presentations won’t respond to old management.  Instead, we need to be mentally alert, rational, and strong so we create new solutions on the fly, as quickly as new challenges emerge.

 

How do we nurture that strength especially when the assaults weaken the body and leave us perhaps mentally depleted?  Only one way.

 

We have to be able to distinguish the mind separately from the body – as an existence, as who we are.  We have to function above the body so the barrage on it does not also reach the core.  We cannot erect a barrier to protect ourselves. Instead, we must be able to establish ourselves as different, a metaphysical entity that is impervious to the conditions that affect the physical.  This is not only possible but practical.  We must know ourselves as that entity, the core, the soul that is real, not just a function of the body.  We must know ourselves, who we are, what are our weaknesses and strengths.  We must know where we can focus our efforts to strengthen, energize, and preserve our existence even as the body is under seige.  It is the brilliant mind that wins the war, not the one with the strongest body protected by the most powerful weapons.  We must be the David, not the Goliath.

The Intent

Dr. Albert de Goias, author of the book, “Understanding Change, A Personal And Professional Management Strategy” and CEO of Prometheum Institute will discuss the science of preserving and fermenting Mental Strength, even in times of crisis.

Learn the difference between the ‘pre-frontal cortex’, ‘limbic system’, ‘cingulate gyrus’, and ‘neuronal synapses’, see when they can falter and how to function way above their limitations.  Understand what they are, how they work, and how they relate to the mind, mental strength, and emotional stability.

 

Learn what your mental strength really is and how to build it, believe in it, and use it to its fullest.

 

Learn how, by doing this you can have both the courage and the insight to make yourself useful and valuable in times of volatile change and uncertainty.

 

Learn how to immunize yourself to the emotional and existential assaults that can reduce your impact and deplete your drive, and thatby having that immunity, you can carry on regardless.

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