Insight, is a distillation of diverse sources of information.
Your "whole body" is part of an information system
from where brilliant insights are formed and then delivered.
Whilst it’s easy to smile at a woman’s intuition,
many of the most successful business leaders such as George Soros value their gut.
In the case of George Soros it is the physical messages from his back that he listens to.
INCREASE PERFORMANCE BANDWIDTH
Ongoing business development is accelerated through optimal performance. That quality of performance impacts the bottom line. Faster and more elegant solutions in many small areas can do just that.
Maintaining happy, healthy, and stress balanced decision makers is now recognised as an inescapable priority by all the top companies, including Google and Zappos.
Higher levels of stress are often the body system trying to get a message through to a very busy conscious mind that there "is" a better way - a much better way.
Frequently, within a few minutes of speaking with a client, the client will begin to feel and appreciate the improvement for themselves - the experience can be that fast.
Stress levels and sickness can impact much more than one “suffering” executive – colleagues, clients, personal relationships and as mentioned before the bottom line can all be impacted in varying degrees.
Working or dealing with difficult people, regardless of how talented or valuable they are can have a draining, even debilitating effect on the people around them.
It’s so easy for each of us to think of ourselves as an individual, but none of us are islands; we are interacting non verbally all of the time, and each of us have different levels of sensitivity to non-verbal cues.
The stars within your company and even the new silver bullet bought in to transform a business can find the going much tougher than expected - which really doesn’t have to be the case.
How do you find more mental space whilst being squeezed by information overload?
Do you feel that you or others are under performing due to pressure and stress?
Do you regularly estimate the costs of lost opportunities for yourself and the company?