Your Perception, Your Reality

Your Perception, Your Reality

Posted on: May 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Internal World vs. External World When you focus on your authentic potential you adopt the belief that your lens with which you view the world is the primary shaper of your reality. Your external world predicts 10% of your well-being and potential. Your internal world determines 90% of your well-being and potential. When you learn […]

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Your Potential vs. Average

Your Potential vs. Average

Posted on: May 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Our current models of happiness and well-being are based on the study of averages. Consequently averages are considered to be the norm that you can expect to achieve. Traditional psychology research focuses on these norms or averages and determines what is possible based on what is average for most people.  It then turns its attention […]

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Reaching Your Success Potential?

Reaching Your Success Potential?

Posted on: May 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

What is Success? The standard strategy for success includes working hard to achieve a particular goal. Once you attain this goal then you will feel successful. Once you are successful then you are happy. Work Hard Model: Work Hard = Achieve Goals = Success = Happiness This model does not account for how the brain […]

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Discover how body sensations carry the keys to happiness

Discover how body sensations carry the keys to happiness

Posted on: April 8th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Body-Mind Solution to Happiness. How is this different from positive thinking? Positive thinking is only one part of the solution. Many people have found short term results and long term frustration with repeating positive affirmations. They may be diligent students practicing daily but still find they come up short. There are key pieces missing from […]

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Happiness Paradigm Shift

Happiness Paradigm Shift

Posted on: April 8th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

The Shift to Lasting Happiness We are going to share key factors to assist you in building a new framework in your mind for what it takes to be happy.  This is likely going to require a dynamic paradigm shift in your consciousness. It will contradict much of what is believed to be true about […]

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Meditate to Increase Your Focus and De-Clutter Working Memory

Posted on: March 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

De-Clutter Working memory Everyone can agree that achieving your goals takes focus. How do you make something top of mind? The first and most important step to increase focus is to de-clutter your working memory. You have to make room in your mind in order to have the capacity to focus. The most effective strategy […]

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Learn what zaps your brain power and what you can do about it

Posted on: March 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Brain Power: Your prefrontal cortex the cause of focus. Prefrontal cortex Focus & Working memory Have you ever put a note on your refrigerator or at your desk and within a week or less discover that you no longer see it? This is a representation of what happens when your working memory gets full. Working memory represent what you […]

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Focus to Achieve Your Goals

Focus to Achieve Your Goals

Posted on: March 10th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

It is now a few months into the New Year and a good time to evaluate your progress on your goals and intentions. Are you seeing the results you desire? Are you sustaining top of mind focus on your goals and intentions? Are you still feeling inspired and motivated to accomplish what you identified as […]

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What roads have you been traveling on?

What roads have you been traveling on?

Posted on: January 11th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Here are five solutions to support you in rewiring your brain to achieve your goals and intentions. Solution 1 Change your belief context regarding what it takes to achieve success with your goals. Understand the inherent power in the biology of your habits and how to rewire them. Successful change requires aligning your thoughts, perceptions, […]

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Your Neural Architecture

Your Neural Architecture

Posted on: January 11th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Our clients often ask us: Given that change is natural to my brain chemistry, why do I set the same goals each year to lose weight, eat healthier, exercise more or choose healthier relationships? How is it that I keep repeating the same patterns? Brain Maps To answer this we first need to look at […]

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