I bet not many of you would think that getting your mind chi in balance could help you become better at work. But it can. Getting your brain in balance can do so much to help you physically, mentally and emotionally.
Replacing your negative attitude with positive energy can help to sharpen your concentration and ability to learn and remember. It also works to keep focus on your goals, and finish tasks you have started.
By getting your chi in balance you can:
- Avoid burnout
- Be better able to cope under stressful situations
- Have more energy
- Gain confidence and improve self-image
- Meet goals and improve overall performance
- Have more motivation, which will motivate others
- Be more resilient to bumps in the road
- Have more time to enjoy life
Some may think that mind chi is simply a “hippy” way to look at things. In fact, the more relaxed you are the better you perform in any circumstance. Being able to center yourself in order to relax and focus is a practice that many very successful people use, and it has served them well in every area of their life. Some executives have even implemented Mind Chi into their daily office routine. They know that employees who are less stressed and more positive do a better job, and that means less turnover and better working conditions — which in turn leads to more profits. It’s like the trickle down theory, only not in politics.
Stress is a condition that has cost businesses billions of dollars, and according to experts has reached epidemic proportions. Absenteeism, mistakes, employee burnout, illness and substance abuse are just a few of the negative aspects of too much stress and no release that can strain the mental and physical health of employees. These affect job performance, relationships at work and at home, and their overall quality of life.
“Mind Chi will help you to transform yourself from where you are and take you to where you want to be, literally helping to push you away from negativity and pull you positively towards your goals by completing your own Mind Chi Plan with the necessary actions and steps,” says Vanda North and Richard Israel, co-authors of the book Mind Chi — Re-wire your brain in 8 minutes a day.
Getting your Chi in order dates back to ancient China to balance the mind with the body for overall health. Today it is taught as a form of meditation, to bring a person around to good mental health by releasing negative energies that block forward thinking, and to reduce stress to allow the mind to flow, and memory to form.
The health of the brain is important to the health of the body, since the brain controls all functions. Any problems that occur in the brain will manifest themselves in the physical. By bringing your mental functions to health, you can reverse your physical complications and return your life to balance.
About the author:
Ron White is a two-time U.S.A. Memory Champion and memory training expert. As a memory keynote speaker he travels the world to speak before large groups or small company seminars, demonstrating his memory skills and teaching others how to improve their memory, and how important a good memory is in all phases of your life. His CDs and memory products are also available online at BrainAthlete.com.
Improving your memory through concentration: Mind Chi — Re-wire your brain in 8 minutes a day: http://www.mindchi.com