How to Access the Wisdom of your Subconscious Mind
All of us have a hidden storehouse of knowledge, insight, wisdom, and creativity. Unfortunately, we rarely know how to access it. In this program Tim will introduce you to mind tools developed and refined by the word’s greatest thinkers: Socrates, Alhazen, Da Vinci, Einstein, and others. With these straightforward tools, you can learn to discern more clearly, study more effectively, remember more accurately, think more creatively, and solve problems more effectively than ever before. These tools are available to anyone who takes the time to learn them. They should be taught on all our schools, but sadly are not.
#1: Use the Integration technique to remember more out of any lecture, seminar, or book.
#2: Use the epistemological romp technique to free your mind to discover new meanings.
#3: Use Image Streaming to discover answers to questions that you already know, but cannot access.
Participants will spend most of their time: Practicing a skill or using a tool or technique of some kind.
For participants the most important outcome of this session is: To practice a skill or practice using a tool
"Even though these techniques are based on well-tested principles (Socrates, Alhazen, Leonardo, etc.). I think they fit in with the idea of New Frontiers as a paradox — neither empty nor saturated. "
About Tim Hurson
Throughout his career, Tim has helped global corporations solve problems and seize opportunities. He spent 15 years as a founding partner of Manifest Communications, where he discovered the unique synergy to be had by combining the principles of creative thinking, marketing, and sales.
The result of his years of experience in both marketing/sales and strategic innovation is the basis for the principles and tools in his books: Think Better and Never Be Closing (co-written with Timothy Dunne). He is currently working on a new book project PRAXIS — how to to do anything better.
Tim speaks around the world about how to develop creative leadership to manage change rather than be swamped by it, and has guest lectured in business schools in the US, Canada, UK, Mexico, Chile, and Australia. He is a founding director of several no-for-profit organizations, including Mindcamp.
Tim thinks the phrase ”out of the box thinking“ should be put back in the box and buried in a deep hole.