Get relaxed. Get clarity. Get re-energized.
Liminal Coaching goes around the nit picking of the pre-frontal cortex and calms the primitive brain in order to address limitations, fears, doubt and anxiety where they live.
Gain a full understanding of your current anxiety levels and some of your triggers. Explore the issues and outcomes you are looking to accomplish. And maintain control of your mind in even the most stressful situations.
“Mike has helped me tremendously! It's like a massage for your brain.”
— Dave Gray, founder of xplane
Half of every session is a custom, guided journey where we stop talking to the pre-frontal cortex and we begin to directly address your limbic survival system or what we term the instinctive mind. We use the power of your subconscious to
Liminal Coaching is largely about learning how to increase the communication and teamwork between the different parts of your brain in order to increase your resilience, clarity and overall performance.
"Every week I feel like I am 'leveling up' as a person and a leader..."
- Noah Rosenberg, Co-Founder and CEO, Pikazo
Mike Parker has over 30 years of experience in global systems and over 10 years helping clients to innovate, overcome challenges and improve performance across a wide range of business domains.
He is as comfortable at the director level in a global consulting company as he is sitting in the chair across from you and helping you overcome your blocks and anxieties.
Mike’s interests are deep and broad, ranging across psychology, anthropology, philosophy, math, business, music and economic systems. All of this is supplemented by culture studies and a life devoted to Systems Thinking. Mike has an MBA in innovation, finance and strategy and has supplemented this with further post-graduate studies in Systems Thinking and Governance. He is a qualified Solutions Focused Therapist and a Research Fellow at the Schumacher Institute.
What depression costs American society annually.
60% to 80%
of energy used by the brain occurs in circuits unrelated to any external event.
% of sensory data we actually perceive.
Scientists are convinced that the amount of information we consciously perceive is extremely small compared to the amount of information received by the sense organs. Dr. Zimmerman suggest that we only perceive around forty bits of information per second (Zimmerman, 1986); while according to Zimmerman, our sensory systems are picking up information flow at a rate of eleven million bits per second.
The brain is a powerful and fascinating series of inter-related parts and functions that science is only beginning to come to understand.