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Coaching, Neuroscience and Consciousness BEabove Leadership

    • Mental Health

Join us for an in-depth look at topics in neuroscience, consciousness, coaching and human transformation. Our shows explore research on both consciousness and the brain, making powerful and fascinating links to how we change and transform our lives.

    Welcome to 2020: What Are You Predicting?

    Welcome to 2020: What Are You Predicting?

    In this lively conversation, Ann and Ursula will expore how the science of emotions -- and in particular, the role of prediction -- applies to consciously creating our future. Join us for a fascinating glimpse into the year ahead!

    • 52 min
    Stop Me If You've Heard This One: The Neuroscience Of Humor

    Stop Me If You've Heard This One: The Neuroscience Of Humor

    Earlier this year, Ann had the chance to speak at the American Association of Theraputic Humor, which meant some brand-new research on the impact and effect of humor on our brains and biochemistry. In this fascinating episode, she'll share her findings about what makes something funny and why. She and Ursula will also map humor to the BEabove model of the Seven Levels of Effectiveness, looking at the impact "below the line" and "above the line" humor has on our brains, bodies and consciousness.

    Join them for this interesting (and we hope) light-hearted episode.

    • 53 min
    The Meta-Metaphors that Shape Our Lives

    The Meta-Metaphors that Shape Our Lives

    We speak in ways that show our fundamental view of areas of life. For example, do we use a lot of war or sports metaphors in business? We may see that part of life as a battle or a game with clear winners and losers. Do we use a great deal of gardening metaphors when speaking of our children? We may see them as needing nurturing and tending to grow. Recognizing (and then shifting if need be) our "meta-metaphor" can change our entire lives. Join Ann and Ursula for personal examples and ways to discpver the metaphor that is shaping you -- and how to change that if you wish. (With a bonus discussion of the neuroscience around metaphor itself!)

    • 46 min
    Organizational Wounds and How to Heal Them

    Organizational Wounds and How to Heal Them

    Organziations have an energetic state that is both made up of and larger than the people who work there. Often there are historical incidents that create wounds of shame, abandonment, and betrayal. Building on the incredible work of Dr. Mario Martinez (The Mind-Body Code), in this episode we will explore what creates an organizational wound (or wounds) and how to bring a "healing field" so that the organization can more forward with true effectiveness. Organizational consultant Dr. Jean Davidson joins Ann and Ursula for this fascinating conversation. 

    • 1 hr 6 min
    All of Sudden (After 20 Years.....)

    All of Sudden (After 20 Years.....)

    Individually and as business partners, we (Ann and Ursula) have been leaning into the wisdom, power and tools of the Seven Levels of Effectivness for almost 20 years. About 8 years ago, we added neuroscience to the mix. In this podcast, we talk about our journey and the impact of having a scientifically valid map of effectiveness to guide us. 

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Parenting Above the Line (and how neuroscience helps!)

    Parenting Above the Line (and how neuroscience helps!)

    Many of us are parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles, mentors, teachers, etc., and ALL of us were children at one point. Parenting expert Gillian Rowinski joins us to look at parenting above the line -- and how understanding the complexities of both our own and our children's brains can help us be the kind of person we most want to be. Not only for the children we interact with, but for ourselves. 

    • 57 min

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