Heal The Heroes and Healers
  • 1. Ten Pennies

    Ah-Ha Lab is designed to help the Heroes and Healers understand where their energy goes each day, once they understand where their energy goes, they will be in a position to better ration and build their daily energy needs in the work place. Systems for managing this energy are considered later.

  • 2. Thinking at Genius Capacity

    Application of a simple system that takes a leader from thinking at a rate of 7-10 items to a peak state of considering 20,000 - 50,000 items. This Ah-Ha lab is designed to help Heroes and Healers practice choosing their mental capacity in the moment.

  • 3. Design physical movement systems for negativity reduction and test

    Design physical movement systems for negativity reduction and test - Each person reacts to movement differently, by learning to understand how movement affects their state of mind Heroes and Healers can learn to process great amounts of anxiety safely. This lab offers several suggestions that can be practiced in any work environment. Energy from negativity and stress once processed through these movements can then be used for thinking, innovation, compassion and patience.

  • 4. Focus on balance and ergonomics throughout workday

    Pro-athletes and top CEOs have a ritual for each performance state they need. In this lab Heroes and Healers will create two to three rituals that will instantly anchor them into the states they need to lead effectively. The Heroes and Healers who can choose his/her state of mind has a decided advantage in every situation personal and professional.

  • 5. Design personal rituals for athlete state of mind and test

    By choosing movement carefully and focusing attention on biomechanics the Heroes and Healers will un-consciously connect to create a deep level of physical, mental and emotional balance. This connection will result in higher energy levels and increased mental focus.

  • 6. Food planning for performance

    Heroes and Healers need to manage blood sugar, digestion timing and recovery foods to perform their best.

  • 7. Food timing for recovery

    Timing caffeine- Caffeine can boost energy for 1.5 to 3 hours depending your metabolism. If these items are part of a diet they need to be scheduled in order to avoid blood sugar and caffeine crashes in key times for performance. Heroes and Healers need to understand how these affect their performance and what their optimum timing is for these “pick me ups”. Example: An 8am morning cup of coffee leaves Hero or Healer with an energy crash for running a 10am call. This person now lacks patience, empathy, and the ability to think deeply on the information being presented. Caffeine use is not promoted in the program, only principles on timing of caffeine for those who currently consume caffeine products.

  • 8. Timing caffeine

    In order to perform at peak capacity, the body needs the core materials to produce hormones, rebuild muscle and recharge our system. Example: A light protein snack before bed can boost recovery during sleep. For many individuals this recovery boost can equal close to an extra hour’s sleep, something every Heroes and Healers needs.

  • 9. Understanding the role of feelings in performance

    Feelings are the gas pedal for human energy, the more deeply you feel the more energy your body creates and releases. This Ah-Ha lab reveals the key to more energy and being able to control your feeling’s intensity.

  • 10. Using your feelings to release new energy lab

    Practice using Neuro Linguistic Programing to choose words and thoughts that increase or decrease the power of your feelings. These Ah-Ha exercises teach the Heroes and Healers how to increase then preserve energy as needed through the work day using word selection.

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  • 11. Commitment gap

    The time from when you decide on a course of action, until your body releases the energy for this action is the commitment gap. This Ah-Ha lab teaches Heroes and Healers to anticipate and prepare for the moments between when they decide on a course, to when their body will release the capacity for new action. This will enable them to commit to decisions and actions with greater certainty and agility.

  • 12. Reality and the assumption mechanism

    For Heroes and Healers to make clear decisions they need to clearly understand the difference in what is going on in a given moment, and what they are assuming is going on. This Ah-Ha lab helps the leader to practice differentiating these two things.

  • 13. Team communication

    Humans speak from their deep-thinking neo-cortex and team members listen when in crisis with their medulla oblongata. This “croc brain” generally only chooses between fighting and running from the conversation. This Ah-Ha lab will help the Heroes and Healers to practice systems of clear, concise communication with their team in a way that bypasses the “croc brain” and helps to promote deep communication and team trust.

  • 14. Active awareness of your environment

    Heroes and Healers personal and team performance is daily affected by their environment. A jack hammer on the street, a crying baby, or a cluttered office all drain vital energy from humans. By learning to identify these energy draining items, Heroes and Healers can minimize their impact and lead their team with a higher level of understanding. In this Ah-Ha lab the Heroes and Healers will look for ways to improve their environment to increase capacity.

  • 15. Predict tipping points and shift the environment

    A highly aware person will see problems before they develop. Negativity in a team grows geometrically, one slightly upset person can become 7 angry people in a few short minutes. Heroes and Healers who see this developing early can energize and build positivity in the first negative person before the other follow suit. In this Ah-Ha lab the student will practice identifying tipping points in their team, and using this awareness to effortlessly improve workplace culture.

  • 16. The human as a system approach

    To live at peak capacity Heroes and Healers need to fine tune all five quadrants of capacity. Environment, Thinking, Feeling, Moving, and Physical. In this Ah-Ha lab the Heroes and Healers will be given an interactive tool to rate and understand their level of performance.

  • 17. Use total capacity number to peak and recover throughout the day

    Heroes and Healers cannot run at peak capacity all day every day. True high-performance Heroes and Healers peak in key situations and recover in less important times. In this Ah-Ha lab the Heroes and Healers will practice peaking then recovering throughout the day. People who burn out tend to be ones who run at 60% capacity day in and day out. Their strength slowly diminishes. Those who peak then rest, build capacity like a “Heroes and Healers athletes” and rarely suffer burnout.

Pennies and People

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  1. Lori Gallian

    Got to experience this many times this week where even though I had 5ish pennies, we got to connect, and in giving one small penny I got much much more than I gave. Heard and understood the wise warning in watching for penny depletion, and as an introvert I take that warning to heart. However, it was really nice to experience the penny getting (and growing mental and physical energy) that far exceeded the giving. Now I understand why! Unfortunately. not all of the people we are asked (or required by our jobs to help) are fantastic people. Does this mean that in helping and connecting to people we care about (and build our penny “stash”) will build our ability and strength to manage our pennies better when we deal with people who are not so amazing?

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