Cognitive Flexibility – Stretch your Mind, Stretch Your Life
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25TH
11:00am to 12:00pm Pacific Time
2:00pm to 3:00pm Eastern Time
7:00pm to 8:00pm BUK time
Tuition: $44.00 (includes recording)
*Live attendance is optional. This webinar will be recorded and automatically sent to all registrants 24 hours after live transmission.
“A Person’s Mind is Stretched by a New Idea or Sensation, and Never Again Shrinks Back to its Former Dimensions.” –Oliver Wendell Holmes
How limber is your mind? Are you open to novel ideas and unexpected ways of approaching life, relationships, challenges, and opportunities? Are you able to find Yes when all evidence indicates No?
Or are you inflexible, rigid in your rules, and set in your ways? Do you automatically reject opposing ideas without further consideration? Are you stubborn? Do you drive the same way to work every day? If so, would you like to be more spontaneous, receptive to different perspectives, and able to hold multiple points of view for consideration? Would you like to be more open to last-minute changes of plans, unanticipated paths, and the surprises that are inherent to life?
If you answered YES to any of those mentioned above, you could benefit from understanding how the power of Cognitive Flexibility can dramatically improve your life.
Cognitive Flexibility is a skill that enables us to hold numerous perspectives simultaneously, switch between different ideas quickly, and adapt our behaviors and actions to achieve goals in new or dynamic environments. The ability to change plans or strategies for optimal decision-making is crucial for success in any endeavor.
Cognitive Flexibility allows us to recognize that what we are doing is not leading to joy, happiness, abundance, or success. We then intentionally make relevant changes to modify our results.
If you don’t like what is happening in your life, career, relationships, and body, a little more Cognitive Flexibility may be what you need to change your experience.
Neuroscience research has demonstrated that Cognitive Flexibility is associated with higher resilience to adverse life events and correlates to a better quality of life. Emotional and social cognition improves with Cognitive Flexibility: studies have linked the ability to understand the emotions, thoughts, and intentions of others to Cognitive Flexibility.
Join Melissa Joy in this empowering webinar to:
* Learn Five Ways to Develop Cognitive Flexibility (or maybe Seven Ways if you are flexible).
* Discover which Joy Mapping Fields can support you in being more limber in your approach to life.
* Cultivate the art and science of Curiosity to stretch your mind
* Gain valuable skills for coping with the rigid/stubborn people in your life.
* Enhance your experience of Joy, Abundance, and Play through Cognitive Flexibility.
True Freedom is accessed through Cognitive Flexibility.