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Neuro-Training understanding of Success

Friday, May 30th, 2008

The Science of Success is here now

How these concepts and processes give you the edge you want

Hi and welcome to this first article of a series on The Scientific Basis of Success.

This first article is for the entrepreneurs, who are an interesting example of human activity, and a wonderful challenge to understand.

Most of the real entrepreneurs don’t even know they are one and don’t think about being an entrepreneur, they just want to get some thing done, fast!

There are other basic definitions of what makes an entrepreneur but to the reason for this article I want you to realize that an entrepreneur doesn’t think about ‘why’, they think about ‘how’! In fact, they don’t even do what they do for the money!

That’s right, they do it for the feeling of “self satisfaction”.
Our nervous systems are the same and are developed by overcoming challenges. The entrepreneur is a person who has had an experience in life that triggered a reaction to need to succeed. A need to feel that they and they alone have done everything they could to feel satisfied with their efforts.

Part of my job in developing Neuro-Training has been to observe people and how they operate from the inside - out. I have seen repeatedly, people who were failing consistently to overcome the odds with the integration of INTERNAL resources or with the addition of resources that could become internalized.

If you want to be successful, just like any successful entrepreneur, you must find the right challenges for yourself to overcome as well as the right challenges for your business to overcome.

In Neuro-Training we have found neurological, scientifically based processes to integrate the internal systems to operate as a single working unit instead of many different competing forces that drain resources.
Summary :

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Andrew Verity.