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Free Introductory Course

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About this course

Our courses are the result of well over 10 years of research gained from over 30,000 hours of talking with real patients with real problems.

I’ve spent the last 18 months getting our courses structured, I’ve collated over 500 notes, blogs, and research articles into some common themes. I’ve done all of this in the hope that when you start the course it will take you on a journey of discovery, it will show you the common ways that your thinking lets you down and also some of the reasons why you could be getting stuck in some of your problems.

What the course will do is give you additional mental resources that’ll really help you in everyday life explained in simple conversational language and not in over technical psychobabble.

I wanted to create something readable for anyone who wants to understand a little bit more about themselves, why they may be stuck in life, frustrated or failing, in addition to how and what they can do to succeed.

This introductory course gives you a short introduction to Juvenate, who we are, what we do, and what makes our courses a bit different to all of the others out there.

Course Structure

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Introduction 5 Lessons

Introduction to Juvenate

This lesson gives you a brief introduction about who we, what we do, and why we have developed the Juvenate website and our life-changing courses.

Problems

The problem with problems is that sometimes they can get you stuck, and often there's a predictive distortion in your thinking that's to blame.

Start to see the Problem

Sometimes to fix a problem you need to see it first and know it exists, this article discussed why often we don't even the problems in our thinking patterns.

Our Coaching Techniques and Life Changing Technology

This article is all about the coaching techniques and the life-changing technology that we use in our courses and how it can help you.

Helping you to Think Better

To think better you need to understand how you think, this article introduces you to the effect of cognitive bias and success heuristics on your thinking.

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