October 14, 2015 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Jarrod Haning

While we know that actions lead to results, what we are less clear on is how emotions are continually and subconsciously influencing our actions.  The brain predetermines choice options based on those emotions BEFORE our conscious thought process is even given the option.  It is akin to asking a child “do you want to eat your carrots first or your potatoes first?”  The options were predetermined.  The test was rigged. If you want to make a difference in the world of poverty, then you have to gain access to that subconscious process.   This includes uncovering things like hidden rules, hidden meanings, and hidden beliefs. In this workshop we will practice finding the hidden agreements that keep a person in poverty, clearing them, and then installing the new agreements that will equip them to succeed in a new way of living.

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JarrodHaningThis presentation will be taught by Jarrod Haning.  As the principal violist for the South Carolina Philharmonic, he is an expert in performance, persuasion, and productivity.  By revealing the subconscious mechanisms that create change, he is able to deliver some unique tools for increasing your influence in the workplace. Hailed as the “Seth Godin of music,” his expertise has helped doctors, lawyers, teachers, administrators, pilots and more to increase their impact and influence at work.