How brains work

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Can you read the following sentence?

To make sense of words it deosn’t mttaer in what order the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny ipmoetnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rghit pclae.



What just happened?

Science shows that at least 98% of our behaviour is unconscious or mindless. In other words at least 98% of what you think and do is a habit. For example, you do not read words consciously letter by letter. Once you have learned how, reading becomes a habit.


  • everyday skills

  • moving

  • breathing

  • thinking

  • Example Habits

  • talking & listening

  • writing

  • reading

  • making decisions


  • The problem?

    Humans are designed to survive – we have been on the planet for over 300,000 years. Many of our instinctive survival habits are not compatible with the challenges we face in the modern world.


    For example, our instinct to save energy means that we procrastinate. Our instinct to fit in means that we can worry too much about what other people think, and beat ourselves up. The more we practice these bad habits, the more unhelpful they become. Below are some examples of habits that stop us being our best…

  • Give in to temptation

  • worry

  • give up

  • getting stressed

  • Example Unhelpful Habits

  • procrastination

  • jump to conclusions

  • beating yourself up



  • Disengaged people & teams
    Presenteeism

    High levels of stress

    Mental health challenges
    These unhelpful habits are the biggest barrier to individuals, leaders, teams and businesses fulfilling their potential.

    People feeling burned out & unwell
    Reduced innovation & creativity

    Modern leadership challenges

    Poor morale




    These unhelpful habits are the biggest barrier to individuals, leaders, teams and businesses fulfilling their potential.

    Disengaged people & teams

    Presenteeism

    High levels of stress

    Mental health challenges

    People feeling burned out & unwell
    Reduced innovation & creativity

    Modern leadership challenges

    Poor morale


    THE SOLUTION?
    1. We help people and teams understand their habits… helpful and unhelpful.

    2. Then we teach them how to build new helpful habits. Decades of research and applied practice show this improves wellbeing, performance, leadership and organisational success.

    Want to learn more about what type of Resilience training your people need?
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