Thought Optimization© Defined
After studying numerous researches and literature on how our physiology is built and understanding the power we have in mastering and regulating our thoughts impacting others based on how we feel by the decisions we make and the mood we had when those decisions were made, I realized that all the literature written by such ‘star’ medics, scientists and very intelligent people had one common purpose: to teach us how we can best learn how to control ourselves. This control is a positive one, in my perspective, out of the humility of what we have learned (through science and mindfulness) and having to accept how we are as human kind, yet understanding the advantages and the power of self-will, in order to execute upon us a process of growth, which brings about:
Only then, once this process is achieved, can we feel well within and aligned with how we see ourselves and how we see the world around us. The reason behind my interest in studying about the brain, the mind, decision making and to work with the corporate leaders is two fold:
- I wanted to make people feel good about themselves, because
- They impact everyone around them in the workplace and their homes.
Reason behind corporate? I worked 15 years in the corporate arena, I know how tension and bad feelings can lead us out of self-conduct in disposition, making bad decisions and becoming unlikeable or unattractive personalities, only because of pressures of external metrics – metrics established by others, as opposed to our internal self-metrics of wanting to perform for ourselves in search for self-growth and excellence. Being constructive when feeling bad is not always the easiest thing to do! Ultimately, having had encountered so many clients and helped so many people achieving their goals and finding a new direction in life and in business (private individuals and corporate employees), I believe that:
- Everyone wants to perform and do their best, but
- Everyone is impacted by someone else, each day of their lives because we live and work in a social environment.
So what do we need to do to feel good about ourselves and impact others positively, so that we start performing for ourselves (internal metric) and for our organizations (external metric)? The answer is simple, start listening to what makes you feel good. Why?
- Because, as I define it:
Being aware of what makes you feel good makes you be in mastery and regulation of your thoughts, is how you reach Thought Optimization©; it makes you have self-belief and confidence vis-à-vis others; and, glow through a process of growth, heightened by strength, enjoy breakthroughs through a relaxed mind and enhancing the ability to find creative solutions to challenges, while multiplying that enlightened energy of yourself to the rest of those surrounding you.
Thought Optimization© has this effect, if we understand how we are built, we can use the techniques to overcome challenges of our physiology and succeeding in strengthening our deep self (emotionally, mentally, physically in balance) in order to achieve the optimized state of wellbeing and positive self-heightency – mastery and regulation of thoughts which lead to emotional regulation and clear decision making.