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The Authentic You Life presents...
The Art of Living
"We transform individuals to become the best version of themselves..."
- Todd Vandegrift, Human Behavior Expert -
"We dramatically improve individual effectiveness!"
The Authentic You Life is a transformational coaching company that works with individuals on creating the BEST VERSION of themselves. We do this through what is called "Behavioral Science and Neuroscience" in order for real transformation to take place we have to understand that we all have an "inner nature", which we biologically inherited, that is always seeking the right environmental stimuli to unfold properly.

(Includes some extracts from Human Givens by Joe Griffen and Ivan Tyrrell - copywrited by HG Publishing. Human Givens is the process by which we are certified and use in our approach). 
A real transformation that comes from Behavior Development & Neuroscience.
Neurobiology, psychology, and sociology all show that there are inner patterns of perception that seek to connect with the greater world and, when they do, allow for greater refinement and progress as human beings. It is also clear that when these development processes are blocked, we cannot move forward in our lives.

As individuals we all need to learn the inner processes that must be properly nourished for our lives to be psychologically and emotional healthy, and when we do the results can be extraordinary.  

The Authentic You specializes in coaching individuals on behavioral development and neuroscience; how emotions and the chemicals in our body are an integrated part of how we function as ourselves and with the world around us. When we can create an ecosystem that allows exponential growth in these areas of our lives, the results can be as follows:
  •  Higher Productivity
  •  Creative Imagination
  •  Greater Resilience
  •  Positive Mental Attitude
  •  An Overall Better Well-Being
  •  Being Adaptable 
  •  Embracing Calculated Risk
  •  Trusting Others
To become the best version of ourselves, we must start inward and work our way outward. This includes understanding that we have an inner nature that needs to be cultivated, nurtured and allowed the opportunity to blossom and grow. Just like physical health starts with great nutrition, becoming the best version of yourself starts with your inner nature.
How we match up our inner patterns successfully to the great world around us, is not through a vague subjective feeling. But rather our ability to perceive the greater workings of patterns which the world operates inasmuch; be more effectively engaged with it.
It is the reason that the most emotionally healthy people are actively engaged with the world around them i.e. serving others, working, opposing aggression and tyranny of all kinds. Emotionally healthy individuals are highly productive, have a great overall well-being, extremely creative, have greater resilience and have a positive mental attitude.

Without meaningful connections to the world around us - family, friends or colleagues it becomes very difficult to have progress.
The Authentic You Life Approach
As human beings we have been given an "internal guidance system" that works in-conjunction with our innate knowledge (this is our internal software), and our biology in order for our needs to be met. Human beings like all organic beings, come into the world with a set of needs.
If those needs are met properly, we can become the best version of ourselves. Together with our inner nature, our internal guidance system, and our biology is what we call the human "givens".
The transformation of living emotionally healthy lives.
Our behavioral development and neuroscience is precisely the way our needs are met, and by the impact, life has on them, determines the individual nature, character and mental wellness of each person.
The resources nature gave us to help us meet our needs include:
- The ability to develop complex long term memory, which enables us to add to our innate knowledge and learn
- The ability to build rapport, empathize and connect with others
- Imagination, which enables us to focus our attention away from our emotions, use language and problem solve more creatively and objectively
- Emotions and instincts
- A conscious, rational mind that can check out our emotions, question, analyse and plan
- The ability to 'know' — that is, understand the world unconsciously through metaphorical pattern matching
- An observing self — that part of us that can step back, be more objective and be aware of itself as a unique center of awareness, apart from intellect, emotion and conditioning
- A dreaming brain that preserves the integrity of our genetic inheritance every night by metaphorically defusing expectations held in the autonomic arousal system because they were not acted out the previous day.
What is Behavioral Development & Neuroscience Transformation
The definition of behavior to which behavioral development subscribes is the actions, responses, and reactions of an individual, team or organization. Behavioral development can also be defined as the science and art of facilitating the performance, learning, and development of the individual or team, which in turn assists the growth of the organization. The overall goal of behavioral development is to help individuals increase their effectiveness and happiness at work, study and/or in a social setting.
1. Neuropsychology / Neuroscience -the study of the relationship between behaviour, emotion, and cognition on the one hand, and brain function the other.
2. Emotion Focused Approach – how to become aware of and make productive use of emotions that control how we think and our actions.
3. Evolutionary Psychology - explains mental and psychological traits as the functional products of natural selection.
4. Cognitive-Behavioral Approach -how to enhance thinking skills, conceptual thinking and decision making e.g.; self-responsibility.
Neuroplasticity - science is the study of a physical process. Gray matter can actually shrink or thicken; neural connections can be forged and refined or weakened and severed. Changes in the physical brain manifest as changes in our abilities. For example, each time we learn a new dance step, it reflects a change in our physical brains: new "wires" (neural pathways) that give instructions to our bodies on how to perform the step. Each time we forget someone's name, it also reflects brain change— "wires"that once connected to the memory have been degraded, or even severed. As these examples show, changes in the brain can result in improved skills (a new dance step) or a weakening of skills (a forgotten name).
Behavioral Development Model:
- Much of our human behavior is learned.
- All behaviors result in positive or negative consequences for the individual and those around him or her
- Individuals are systems within systems, and each individual affects and is affected by these systems and the constant changes they are undergoing
- Defining individuals' current status and developmental progress in terms of their behavior, rather than personality traits or personality styles
Specifying the target behavior impacting on say; a professional skill, position task etc
- Measuring the target behavior
- Exploring and changing core values, motivation, beliefs and emotions -which can result in significant behavioral change
- Assessing covert behaviors (e.g., limiting beliefs, anxiety) in relation to overt actions (e.g., speaking at a meeting)
- Accessing and assessing emotional events
- Assessing environmental events and the interactions between behavior and environment
- Employing validated behavioral techniques
- Providing statistical proof of beneficial change/learning acquisition and ROI
- Employing sufficient follow-through monitoring and coachee self-coaching strategies.

Course manuals will be sent to you prior to the  start of your transformation! 
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