How PQ works

Wondering what PQ is all about? Read on to find out more about how it works, why it works and who can use it.

Measuring mental fitness

Mental fitness measures your capacity to RESPOND to life’s challenges productively and creatively vs. REACTING to them emotionally and negatively. In other words, mental fitness measures the strength of your positive mental muscles (Sage/prefrontal cortex) versus the negative ones (Saboteur/limbic (survival) brain).

This measure of your mental fitness is called PQ (Positive Intelligence Quotient).  

Build powerful habits for a positive mind

Most attempts at positive change fail because we stop at insight and don’t build habits. Sustained change towards a more positive mind requires laying down neural pathways to form new habits through consistent daily practice. And that’s what our program design empowers you to do.

Breakthrough results of boosting PQ

Performance: You perform better while working less hard—like athletes “in the zone.”
Happiness: You feel less stressed, more peace, and consistent happiness, even in tough times.
Relationships: You improve relationships, able to handle conflicts in ways that deepen trust and harmony. Research shows:

  • 37% More Sales
  • 31% Better Performance
  • 19% Better Diagnosis
  • 3X Creative

Why Positive Intelligence?

Like being physically fit, allows one to climb steep hills with ease, so does being mentally fit allow one to handle life’s challenges easily.  Mental fitness increases happiness, satisfaction, and a joy-filled life.  It leads to a quicker recovery when you are thrown off balance.  Negativity is diminished which leads to greater productivity, performance, and joy! It takes practice; mental fitness practice empowers a shift to positivity.

How do we create shifts? 

Two tools, PQ, and Saboteur assessments, reveal your positivity quotient and the saboteurs who work to undermine positivity.  Once aware, you can choose to shift to the positive.  These assessments measure how much your mind is serving or sabotaging, identifying negative patterns and levels of positivity.

Every individual has a ‘judge’, you know the voice in your head that speaks of being unworthy, not good enough or undeserving.  The judge is supported by a cast of other characters, saboteurs, who differ for each person.

I am excited to be releasing an 8-week course on this. If you would like more information about this, click here.

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