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The Neuroscience of Positive Intelligence

Positive Intelligence® White Paper


This white paper both updates and expands on the original neuroscience foundation of Positive Intelligence based on the latest findings in this fast-evolving field.

A large and growing body of research provides unequivocal support for the benefits of focused attention meditation. When practiced consistently, these exercises improve our ability to regulate our attention, emotion, and cognitive functions.

Improve your organization’s performance and wellbeing with the power of Positive Intelligence

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Discover What’s Holding You Back

Saboteurs are the voices in your head that generate negative emotions in the way you handle life’s everyday challenges.

They represent automated patterns in your mind for how to think, feel, and respond. Causing you to feel stress, anxiety, self-doubt, frustration, restlessness, and unhappiness.

The first step to conquering your Saboteurs is to identify them and expose their lies and limiting beliefs.


Measure Your Mental Fitness

Your PQ (Positive Intelligence Quotient, or Positivity Quotient) measures the relative strength of your positive versus negative mental muscles.

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, frustration, and other negative emotions.

Take the PQ Score Assessment to discover how often your mind is serving vs. sabotaging you.