What is the value of being able to choose the outcomes you desire?

Personal Solutions

Right now you want to:

    • Stop procrastinating and be more confident.
    • Improve your finances, make better decisions, and be healthier.
    • Know what to say or do to make your relationships better.
    • Be happy, feel fulfilled, and stop watching life pass you by.

It doesn’t matter where you are, someone else has been there and are now where they want to be. I don’t know if they applied Neuroscience strategies, but I do know that changing how your brain currently processes information will change your life.

YOUR PLAN: Learn strategies that work with the brain instead of against it. Then apply small steps, in the direction you want to go, for the necessary time. That’s the solution!

Business Solutions

Q: What can Neuroscience-based strategies do for your business?
A: Give you and your team the skills to deliver optimum outcomes when it counts the most.

When An Optimum Performance Makes The Difference: closing more contracts, reengaging dissatisfied customers, increasing productivity, boosting morale, having less mistakes, innovating, reducing conflict and recognizing the creative solution.

Where Brain Based Strategies Are Essential: leadership development, executive influence, creating marketing plans, developing new products, and helping your team embrace the changes that are necessary for growth. These are just a few of the opportunities.

You must rewire your brain to change behavior. There is no other way.
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You don’t need a college degree in neuroscience or psychology. I have spent over 2 decades studying personal development, neuroscience and human behavior. The strategies you will learn are easily understood and will apply to real life situations.


Learning happens when the brain adds relative connections to a specific behavior. The challenge is focusing on the behavior you want to change and understanding the mechanisms the brain deploys to keep you from changing. By reversing the brain’s inhibitors you can effectively rewire any behavior you want quickly and efficiently.


Neuroscience based strategies are being implemented in team training at Google, Adobe and Facebook. They are quickly becoming the cornerstone of personal and business training strategies. “On average, 71% of business executives are aware of Neuroscience Strategies, but only 18% apply them.”
Neuroscience in Action: Applying Insight to L&D Practice. Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development • November 2014.


Yes, our experiences make us different, but the organizing principles of the brain are the same for all of us. Those principles cause the brain to process information in a specific way. Applying strategies that follow these processing rules will allow you to quickly change your outcomes.

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Outstanding presentation outlining many practical ways of moving through self imposed and external obstacles! I was very impressed how Joe taught so many of these barrier breaking techniques.

The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.

~Carl Rogers