01 Introduction to Mental Fitness and Positive Intelligence

Debbie McCullough and Charlie Jett are certified Positive Intelligence Coaches who discuss the PQ concept and all elements of the PQ System.

02 The Neuroscience Foundation for Mental Fitness and Positive Intelligence

Debbi McCullough and Charlie Jett are certified Positive Intelligence Coaches who discuss the PQ concept and the Neuroscience Foundation behind it.

04 The Sage Perspective

 

Positive Intelligence and the PQ System utilize the “Sage Perspective” that turns down the volume of the Saboteurs in the left brain and activates the right brain. Certified Positive Intelligence coaches Debbi McCullough and Charlie Jett the Sage Perspective.

 

 

06 The “Stickler” Saboteur

Sue Das is a Certified Positive Intelligence coach and a Certified Co-Active Coach who coaches people who are too hard on themselves and want to learn to live with more self-compassion and courage.

She and Charlie discuss one of the saboteurs – the “STICKLER” – what it is, how it affects you, and what you can do to turn down its volume.

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The Stickler is known for seeking perfection and displays a need for order and organization. But those needs are taken too far. The Stickler takes some great strengths and turns them into disadvantages for self and others. Here are some of the characteristics of someone whose Stickler might be active:

  • Punctual, methodical, perfectionist.
  • Can be irritable, tense, opinionated, sarcastic.
  • Highly critical of self and others.
  • Strong need for self-control and self-restraint.
  • Works overtime to make up for others’ sloppiness and laziness.
  • Is highly sensitive to criticism.

Like the other saboteurs, the STICKLER resides in your LEFT BRAIN and has a loud voice that generally drowns out your wiser self.

 

07 The “Hyper-Vigilant” Saboteur

Carolyn Smith is a Certified Positive Intelligence coach and a Certified Co-Active Coach based in Toronto.

She and Charlie Jett discuss the “Hyper-Vigilant” saboteur – what it is, how it affects you, and what you can do to turn down its volume.

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The Hyper-Vigilant saboteur shows up as continuous (simmering or intense) anxiety watching for all the dangers and all that could go wrong. Where these can be protective superpowers, in the normal course of life, these become obstacles: at best one might call the Hyper-Vigilant a “worry wart” crying wolf, and at its worst, it prevents healthy trust, good relationship and effective progress.

  • Hyper-Vigilants are always or often anxious, with chronic doubts about self and others.
  • They have extraordinary sensitivity to danger signals.
  • They have a constant expectation of mishap or danger.
  • They might be suspicious of what others are up to.
  • They believe that people just “mess up.”
  • A Hyper-Vigilant might seek reassurance and guidance in procedures, rules, authorities, institutions.

Like the other saboteurs, the HYPER-VIGILANT resides in your LEFT BRAIN and has a loud voice that generally drowns out your wiser self.