Mental Fitness Bootcamp

Mental Fitness Bootcamp

If you’re physically fit, you can climb steep hills without physical stress. If you’re mentally fit, you can handle life’s great challenges without mental stress or other negative emotions.

Mental Wellness BlogPQ (your Positive Intelligence Quotient) is the measure of your Mental Fitness. It’s the best predictor of how happy you are and how well you perform relative to your potential. With practice, you can build powerful new muscles in your brain and boost your PQ.

In our upcoming Mental Fitness Bootcamp, based on the best-selling book, Positive Intelligence, by Shirzad Charmine, we will use this neuroscience-based system to train your brain over 8 weeks and build the three core mental muscles that improve your PQ.

Over the course of this bootcamp you will:

  • Identify exactly what causes you to feel stress and other negative emotions.
  • Learn how to intercept those negative thinking patterns so that you can stay calm, clear, and focused, even in difficult situations or working with difficult people.
  • Develop simple, yet effective practices to strengthen the calmer part of your brain.
  • Discover that with practice, you don’t get triggered as much and when you do, you are able to catch yourself before you react and handle situations much more effectively.

Studies using fMRI scans have shown actual changes in the brain as a result of this work after just six weeks of daily practice. And consistent with these findings, participants in our bootcamp have reported less stress, more patience, easier decision-making, less procrastination, and more productive interactions, which start to take hold by the sixth and seventh week of the bootcamp.

With ongoing practice, you’ll find yourself in a state of mental well-being throughout the day, leading to a more confident and engaging presence at work, higher performance, and improved relationships across the board.

Program Details
Week Topic Description
Week 1 Orientation and Program Overview The first session will include an overview of the program and an orientation of how we will work together.
Week 2 Building Your Self Command Learn how 10-second PQ reps unlock greater control of your brain and mental habits, and begin the process of rewiring your brain.
Week 3 The Judge Discover how judging yourself, others, and circumstances is a key source of your stress and learn how to intercept it.
Week 4 Your Saboteurs Use the Saboteur Assessment to identify, intercept and weaken your saboteur accomplices that negatively impact your performance, relationships and stress.
Week 5 The Sage Perspective Begin to strengthen your Sage, which generates positive emotions and achieves peak performance through a calm and clear mind.
Week 6 The Sage Empathize Power Unlock the 5 Sage powers that form all of the emotional intelligence competencies considered crucial to professional success.
Week 7 Practice with Sage Powers Use your Sage’s Navigate and Activate powers to take clear-headed, laser-focused, decisive action aligned with meaning and purpose
Week 8 Life and Work Applications Discover how to continue using your PQ tools for a variety of work and life applications and continue your momentum forward.
This Program Includes:

-Weekly Video Lessons
-Proprietary Interactive PQ Training App
-8 weeks of live, 1-hour weekly group classes with Nahid

More Information

Want to know more about the PI Program?

Learn how to shift your mind from self-sabotage to optimal performance using simple and proven neuroscience-based techniques:

Curious about YOUR Saboteurs? Free assessment:

Watch this 1 hour interview with Shirzad Chamine and Dr. Mark Williamson at an Action for Happiness event, that explains the power of this program.

Sign Up Now!

To sign up for our next bootcamp or learn more about the program, you can contact Nahid directly at 714-931-2133 or

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