Many business professionals lose their jobs, miss good opportunities and make bad decisions due to lack of self-control. The need for instant gratification has become more commonplace in today’s world, and as a result, more people are very uncomfortable when their needs aren’t satisfied immediately. However, many life achievements come as a result of long-term investment and emotional maturity. A person with developed self-control is rarely reactive and able to channel and direct their impulses in a meaningful and deliberate way.
MyVincha Negotiation and Conflict Management package helps business professionals develop self-control by teaching them how to grow self-awareness. Self-awareness is developed as a result of meditation. Through our packages an individual will learn how to consciously channel, direct and use their energy to better understand and outgrow the inner processes, including their emotions and emotions, that are prohibiting them from making healthy decisions. Self-control is a natural byproduct of self-awareness, and it has a direct and sustainable impact because it is based on the change from within as opposed to an outside stimulus.
MyVincha single meditation consists of direct affirmations that help individuals develop self-knowledge and control. The recommended meditations will help the practitioners provoke energy and vibrations from the deepest aspect of their Being. The process is not self-hypnosis, but rather a much deeper process that involves waking up an inner strength that can be manifested in everyday life.
Every leader/manager needs to know his/her limits and when he/she needs to change course. From ancient times until today, leaders that have lost their feeling of control end up paying a very high price. MyVincha aims to help leaders/ managers find self-control through self-awareness. Meditation is a tool that can strengthen willpower and mental mechanisms to channel impulsive behaviour and reactions in a positive way. These changes are deeply impactful and will be felt by the practitioner and his /her immediate environment.