What is Mental Muscle Fitness?
Mental muscle fitness is your capacity to respond to life's challenges with a positive, resourceful (Sage) mindset rather than a negative (Saboteur) mindset.
Why is Mental Muscle Fitness Important?
Mental muscle fitness provides us a means to handle life's challenges with more ease, less stress, and more clarity. Unfortunately, 80% of people score below the minimum level of mental fitness required for peak performance and happiness. With recent breakthroughs in neuroscience and technology, you can now improve your mental fitness significantly with 6 weeks of focused practice.
The 6-week Mental Muscle Fitness Program is based on and delivered by Professor Shirzad Chamine, the author of Positive Intelligence. It is designed to move you from insight to sustainable improvement in performance and happiness with an investment of just 2 hours of your time each week.
, I'll be there to support you and your pod mates on the brief weekly check-in call throughout the program. Plus you'll have two one-to-one coaching sessions to support your growth.
The benefits far outweigh the financial ($1,350) and time (2 hrs/week and 2 hours of personalized coaching) investment. And with a money-back guarantee, you can't go wrong. Sign up today.
Sample of Past Participant Insights or Take-Aways:
"I was able to mend my relationship with my estranged father." Entrepreneur, Founder
"(The importance of) corralling my thoughts towards positive outcomes" - Technology Executive
"I had no idea how much my saboteurs were holding me back. This has been truly transformative" - Government
"It was exactly the sort of clear framework and focused effort on quieting the voices of my inner critic that I needed to take me to the next level of possibility in my life! " - Entrepreneur
Got Questions? We've got answers. Check out the Tip Sheet and Mental Fitness FAQ in the Blog/Resource section.
Mental and emotional muscle fitness is key to enabling increased performance, confidence, and improved relationships.
Learn more about the three core muscles
It is natural for our mind to wander. The key is to notice and refocus
We all have an inner Judge and other Saboteur voices. The key is to catch and name it sooner.
Your inner Sage, the third muscle, resides in the part of your brain where you access your creativity, empathy, curiosity, and clarity of focus.
There are a number of ways to develop your Sage, once you’ve taken command of your mind. Here is one.