Using Your Brain for A Change (webinar)

Competency: Library Management Competencies

Sub-Category: Staff Training and Development

Do you have habits that get in your way
of getting what you want? 

Examples include negative thinking and self-talk,
getting frustrated under pressure or just general stress. These all have one
thing in common - they all start with a thought.

New research on brain functioning
provides a solution for each of those challenges. This is not positive
thinking, affirmations, or the law of attraction.

This is a science/evidence-based (peer
reviewed) approach to intentionally re-wiring your brain to get it working for
you, not against you - more often.

This webinar is for you if you want:


·        

More
self-confidence


·        

Less
negative self-talk


·        

To
experience a more positive outlook on life


·        

Consistently
take action towards your ideal life


·        

Eliminate
unwanted patterns


·        

To
procrastinate less


·        

To
spend less time thinking about the past


·        

Consistently
act in alignment with your values

 Participants
will learn:


·        

A step-by-step
process for creating new brain pathways


·        

Why we have an
unhealthy focus on the past


·        

A daily practice
for changing unhelpful patterns

 

     SERLS Member Libraries: $0.00


    All Other Libraries: $15.00

    Event Type: 
    Issues and Trends
    Online Course
    All
    Date: 
    Tuesday, July 17, 2018 - 10:30 to 11:30