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Dr. Adrianne Ahern is a well-known clinical psychologist, speaker, and author. She is well-equipped to comment on and discuss timely issues related to psychology, sports psychology, the effects one's "mental game" can have on athletic performance, and how her methods of assisting athletes to reach peak performance can be applied to all areas of life.
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Women: Hard-wired for Low Self-esteem?
It's not the intrinsic nature of women but cultural expectations - low expectations - that have become wired into the brains of many females. Dr. A shows women how to unplug their culturally entrenched negative self-images and retrain their brains to support success and achievement.
The Voices in Your Head: Are You Sick of Them? From childhood, we've absorbed certain messages, false "truths" that run – and ruin – our lives. Simply playing happy affirmations on top of these messages doesn't work. Dr. Ahern can explain how to unplug negative messages from your brain's physiology and how to wire in a new, life-enhancing inner voice.
Four Steps: Improve Performance Right Now: Five minutes before your big presentation? Standing over a critical golf shot? Getting ready to ask for a date? Dr. Ahern's four-step process can set you up for peak performance in less time than it takes to brush your teeth!
Don't Hold Your Breath: Everybody knows how to breathe, right? Wrong. We've gotten in the way of our body's most natural function -- and the key to managing conflict, stress, and "overwhelm." Dr. Ahern's Beyond Breathing method teaches us to use breath, our natural de-stressor, effectively.
Sex, Love, Health, Wealth: It's All in Your Head: From competitive skiing to cash in the bank, from the Boardroom to the bedroom, our thoughts control our outcomes. Dr A shows how the methods top athletes use to condition their minds can be applied for peak performance in all areas of our lives.
The Myth of Multitasking: We are busy, busy, busy! According to research by International Communications Research, 47% of women and 29% of men say they are particularly good at multitasking. But Dr. Ahern says, "The less you do at one time, the more you concentrate, and the more you concentrate, the more you accomplish." Dr A offers alternative ways to improve performance without overloading your circuits.
If you would like to talk with Dr. Adrianne Ahern, please contact the Office of Dr. Adrianne Ahern at 1-800-753-1417 or info@SnapOutOfItNow.com.