About this course
The Foundation Course should be the first course you sign up for and complete, it's been designed to give you as the name implies a firm foundation to build on making you ready for change.
Firstly we'll give you an understanding of the methods we use and we'll introduce you to the world of cognitive biases and success heuristics.
Then we'll move on to help you fill in the gaps by making you more aware of yourself, the things within you that could be holding you back, and also things around you and the problems with society itself that may have stopped you from succeeding in the past.
We will help you to think with more clarity about the reality of your current situation, a common problem people often make is that they try to solve a problem or attain a goal without considering where they're starting from.
Then last part of the foundation course introduces you to some of the cognitive biases that make a person reluctant to change.
To get the most from each lesson we've included a worksheet, it's going to help you to reflect, bring an element of coaching into the course to help you find some of the answers you need.
Although the lessons are short the trend is that they highlight a problem in a person's thinking common to many, or a different way of thinking that can be utilised to find better solutions.
We hope you enjoy the course and take the time that you need to take to get the most from it.
This lesson is about the importance of the information within this course being straight from the frontline.
If you have read this lesson in the Introductory Course then use it to give you a quick recap, otherwise use this lesson to understand some of the technology and methods that we use in our courses.
Also included in the introductory course this lesson gives you a guide to how our courses can help you think better by introducing you to Cognitive Debiasing and Success Heuristics.
There's a relationship between both knowing and doing called the knowing and doing paradox, understanding this relationship is often a key to success.
This article is an explanation of the zero-risk bias, how it can prevent you from succeeding, and why you need to understand that safety is not what you think.
Our courses are just a map or a guide to some of the common problems people face, here we'll also discuss the difference between the map and the journey.
This lesson helps you to understand that it's not all about what's on the surface.
In this lesson we're going to talk about Denial and also get you thinking of the Ostrich effect.
So let's talk about the elephant in the room.
So what's in it for you if you keep that problem.
This lesson looks at why getting stuck in your problems is not a good thing.
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