Very cool interview with Tina Greenbaum – she successfully integrates neuroscience and spirituality to help people perform better whether in business or in sport. We covered – Importance of preparation – Common knowledge but not common practice – Start training when you are not under pressure – Four quadrants: Mind Body Spirit Emotion – Expand the body’s capacity for holding oxygen = expands capacity for energy – As an entrepreneur there are so many moving parts. – Planning day from a settled place, not a spinning place – “We only have 100% of our energy available at on time. 50% of energy focus on outcomes impacts present.”
- Relaxation, Breathing Meditation
- Mind – thoughts, productive thinking
- Fear – Acknowledge, clear
- Visualization – what do I want to put in place – all parts of body aligned with vision
Tina mentioned the following as one her favorite recent reads: “The Mindful Athlete“.
“We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.” – Carlos Castaneda
Tina Greenbaum, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, an Optimal Performance Specialist and a dynamic workshop leader now living in the Bay Area of San Francisco. Throughout her extensive career of 33 years, she has been a pioneer in combining traditional psychotherapy with body-awareness, energy psychology, neuroscience and spirituality. She brings you the latest discoveries in neuroscience with the ancient traditions of the East, as well as the best of Western Learning Theory. She works with entrepreneurs and business professionals teaching them the performance skills necessary to manage their emotions in challenging and pressured situations.
Free gift: http://www.tinagreenbaum.com 5Tips for Mastery Under Pressure
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