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Archive for April, 2011

LISTEN FRIDAY APRIL 29th 9-10 AM PST!!

Hello!!
 
Yes—it is almost May–and we are four months into 2011!
 
ARE YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO BE????
 
ARE YOU WHERE YOU THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE???
 
ARE YOU STILL WHERE YOU ALWAYS SEEM TO BE???
 
If you are where you want to be then YAHOO and be one of my callers THIS FRIDAY April 29th  9-10am PST and share your GREAT news @ 415-543-8255
                             
                                      OR
 
If you are not quite where you thought you would be then…………..
 
YOU MUST FIRST REMEMBER—-You are doing the very best that you can!!
 
And then…………………
Get ready for an hour of fun, juicy information and great tips on how to GET WHAT YOU WANT NOW !!!!!!!!!!!
 

This Friday April 29th  from 9-10 AM (PST) I will be hosting my very own hour again on Seeing Beyond! www.seeingbeyond.com

The show will be broadcast live on KEST 1450 AM in San Francisco OR you can now listen to it streaming live online at www.kestradio.com

IF you are unable to listen live you can listen any time later to the archived program at
www.seeingbeyond.com or directly on my website @ www.heartofyoursuccess.com


 This Friday I will be talking about:

*** HOW to make real progress  (EASILY) — YES  easily—towards your desires— WITHOUT the struggle or self sabotage you may have experienced in
the past!

I will be taking callers and plan on having a very lively hour!

Call in at  415-543-8255
 

Listen for complimentary giveaways, specials and upcoming events!!

  
WHAT:    Hosting my own one hour radio show on Seeing Beyond!!

 

WHEN:    Friday, April 29th, 2011         
                 9AM -10AM  (PST)

WHERE:   LIVE on the radio at KEST 1450 am in San Francisco
                                     OR
             
                 LIVE online at
www.kestradio.com


JOIN ME FOR AN EXCITING HOUR!!

Set the stage to make this a marvelous May for you now!
I’ll “see” you on the radio!

Gail

The key to the magic of change !

ALL change is scary. WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAT???? Awwee come on —-you say—that can’t be true! Oh –then you say-but if the change is positive it won’t be scary–right??? NOPE! EVEN IF THE CHANGE IS POSITIVE AND ONE YOU WANT IT IS  STILL  SCARY-to your brain!  

Yes—this fear of change is rooted in your brain’s physiology–whether you like it or not or whether you want to be scared or not!

Now, the good news is that there IS a way to work with this and get the change you want. YIPPPEE!

Lets start with your brain. You actually have three separate brains. One of the interesting dilemmas in being human is developing harmony among the three brains.

At the bottom of the brain is your brain stem. It is the oldest and is often called the reptilian brain. It wakes you up in the morning and sends you to sleep at night and reminds your heart to beat.

Right on top of the brain stem is your mid brain, also called the mammalian brain. It is the second oldest part of your brain. It regulates your internal temperature,  houses your emotions AND governs your fight or flight response. Your fight or flight response is crucial to your survival and actually keeps you alive in the face of danger. That sounds like a good thing to me -right?

OK–let’s move on. Now the third part of your brain is the cortex and is the newest part of the human brain. It is basically responsible for the miracle of being human. It is where our rational thoughts and creative impulses come from. Whenever we want to make changes or kick start our creative juices we need to access our cortex.

OK, so here’s where is gets interesting. Let’s say for instance you decide to lose 10 pounds and then you find yourself eating a tub of ice scream in one sitting two days later–or–you decide to get up early and exercise every day and three  days later you  are back hitting the snooze alarm. This can be very frustrating especially if you seem to be doing all the right things and the change makes GOOD sense!

WHERE IS THE PROBLEM?

The problem is smack dab right in the middle of your brains–perfectly housed in a place called the amygdala. This houses your fight or flight response. Now remember this is important and is crucial to your survival. Good–right? YES—but not ALL the time.

Here’s the simple truth—the real problem with the amygdala is that is triggers alarm bells WHENEVER we want to make a departure from the usual and safe routines.What that really means is that ANY new challenge or opportunity triggers some level of fear. Yup–when the amygdala is triggered- your access to the thinking part of your brain is restricted and sometimes literally shut down! YIKES!!

Now there are some people who can actually turn their fear into excitement and get around the problem without activating the amygdala– but most of us who set goals or try to initiate a change have a problem with our fear getting triggered-even though we may NOT be aware of it on a conscious level!  THis is why you tend to return to your old usual patterns. It is simply your brain’s way of preventing you from departure from your usual  and safe routines even if it means hitting the snooze alarm or eating a big tub of ice cream!

Now, I know what you are thinking now—SO—– HOW THE HECK CAN I NOT TRIGGER THE AMYGDALA when I want make a change that I want to make?

I have a VERY simple answer and it is so simple that it almost seems like it will not work. TRUST ME—IT DOES!

READY???  TAKE SMALL–VERY VERY VERY SMALL steps towards change. Sometimes such small steps may even feel silly– but–it works!  By doing this you basically rewire your nervous system and bypasse the fight or flight response….and your brain relaxes and says—oh cool…this is nice—let’s keep doing this!

Stay tuned for more ideas on HOW to take these small but POWERFUL steps!

Gail