Fear: The Kryptonite of Subconscious Decision

Managing Fear for Best Results

About the Seminar

Fear is a fight or flight response to the emotion of stress upon facing life-threatening risks and dangers. With time, life evolved, and the feeling of fear became more embedded in the psyche and psychology of human beings and now plays as an active and recurring emotion in many cases. Unconsciously, fear controls most of our decisions. The National Science Foundation in 2005 stated that people make over 60,000 thoughts/day, with 80% of them harmful, and 95% of them are repetitive. The decision that is automatic and needs zero deliberation is about 5% of the time. We often use automated and reactive decision-making based on the positive results of a prior decision and take little or no time to vet decisions due to our psychological blindness. We need a safe space to unlock the keys to the subconscious, where “we don’t know what we don’t know, and yet, we do know” exists. Our subconscious minds are formed and developed by age six or seven, and our beliefs are defined throughout our life and define the value systems for an individual.

Diagnostic Thinking Groups design creates new neuroplasticity in order to form good decisions and create the best strategic outcomes. These small groups pledge to honor confidentiality and tender relationships and success for each group member. The science behind Diagnostic Thinking is supported by the evidence supplied by Brain and Mind Institute, Daniels Kahnemann’s, “Thinking Fast and Slow”. These groups are a powerful accelerator for connecting the dots for DEI programs, career accelerations, and living a life you design.