Statistics indicate that women in our culture feel disempowered in our families, relationships, and in the workplace. As a result, women’s view of their self-worth, self-value, and self-confidence can also diminish rapidly. Thankfully, attaining personal empowerment can be as simple as sleeping. Join us for Part 3 of our journey with Dr. Teri Mahaney, PhD, expert on the brain & performance, as we discuss how we can become empowered and find our way to success by using her Change Your Mind SuperSleep program.
(This four-part series covers: The Theta Brain, Relationships, Empowerment/Success and Spirituality.)
Other Episodes in this “Theta Brain” Mini-Series:
Episode 1: Change Your Mind: Meet Your Theta Brain
Episode 2: Our Relationship Messages
Success and empowerment go hand in hand. When you feel empowered, you are more likely to be successful, and when you are successful, you feel more empowered. Many of us, unfortunately, are entrenched in disempowering situations across the board, especially women. Whether it be in the corporate workforce, leadership roles, or their own personal lives, people find themselves feeling less-than, devalued, diminished, and demoralized.
These feelings can create a cacophony of untrue messages and install limiting beliefs in your psyche. The journey to reclaiming our personal power can appear to be futile. Sometimes, the theta messages can be buried so deep in our minds that we’ve become somewhat dependent on them, and the thought of removing them can be daunting.
With help of Dr. Teri Mahaney, PhD, an expert on the brain and performance, we learn how to take back our power. Dr. Teri shares her stories as a teacher, coach, mentor, and even tales from her own personal journey to aid us in our quest to explore what “vibrant living” really means.
IN TODAY’S CONVERSATION WE LEARN:
…And much more!
Enjoy the “Tea”,
p.s. Missed the first episode? Click here to hear about how and why this system is so effective and here to get the tea on relationships. Ready to change your mind? Check out the SuperSleep website.
““A girl should be two things: Who and what she wants.” — Coco Chanel