Develop your ‘brain muscles’ through ‘Positive Intelligence™’ exercises that can shift your mindset from uncertainty and anxiety to confidence, calm, and creativity.
This workshop is for individuals who are seeking to practice and reach new levels of mindfulness in their home and work.
Develop a calm and Zen-like state that you can pass on to others and foster your creative mind and ground yourself during times of change and uncertainty.
Thank you to our partners : BreatheLife, Vanhack, Paysafe and Local Logic.
COVID-19 continues to have an ongoing impact on our lives, changing the way we do business and spend our time. We are responding to this challenge by changing our habits, but these changes have been so sudden that many of us are struggling to process our emotions and responses. As the crisis continues, it can feel increasingly difficult to ground ourselves and make sensible decisions. There is a lot for our brains to process, and instead of being our best friends, they are becoming our enemies. Learn how to quiet the constant chatter of your nagging mind and develop your ‘brain muscles.’ By using ‘positive perspectives,’ you will gain access to your greatest wisdom and insight, adapting and proceeding with confidence and creativity. The “Positive Intelligence™” exercises are rooted in not only ancient meditation and mindful practices, but also in modern research on Neuroscience and Positive Psychology based on the works of Shirzad Chamin.
Mazdak Chinichian bio:
Mazdak Chinichian is a professional leadership and business coach who is motivated to facilitate personal growth and change in his clients through corporate workshops and personal coaching sessions. Mazdak is PMP, CSM, ProSci ADKAR®, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®, and Google SIY® Mindful Leadership Certified, and offers a transformative Co-Active™ and ORSC™ Systems coaching experience.
Partnering with new and emerging leaders, he works to co-create a roadmap to take them to where they want to be. He supports his clients in identifying the personal barriers that are holding them back, and provides them the tools they need to excel.
Mazdak draws on his passions for travel, mindfulness, yoga, martial arts, and music to provide the inspiration for his multi-sensory, human-centred approach to workshops.