Bob Roth is one of the most experienced and sought-after meditation teachers in the world. Over the past forty-five years, Bob has taught Transcendental Meditation to many thousands of people, including billionaire CEOs, Hollywood celebrities, combat-scarred veterans, and inner-city youth. He currently serves as the CEO of the David Lynch Foundation, and also directs the Center for Leadership Performance. Bob is the host of the SiriusXM radio show, Success Without Stress, and speaks frequently about the science of meditation to industry leaders at such gatherings as Google Zeitgeist, Aspen Ideas Festival, Wisdom2.0, and Summit. He is the author of Strength in Stillness.
• Engaging the mind-body connection to shape our neural pathways with positive choices and intentions
• Disarming stress triggers, healing trauma, rewriting limiting beliefs, and liberating yourself from unhealthy habits
• Whole-brained meditation—bringing your brain’s left and right hemispheres into harmony to awaken your full potential
• Integrating lifestyle, diet, exercise, and spiritual practice to create the ideal environment for healing and happiness
• Putting it all together—practical guidance for personalizing your own approach to Neurosculpting
“If you could learn to squeeze the vibrancy and beauty out of each moment of your life,” writes Wimberger, “would you say yes to a practice that could get you there?” With an engaging, layman-friendly style that encompasses cutting-edge neuroscience and our human capacity for hope, free will, love, and spirituality, she offers a breakthrough guide for taking charge of our health, happiness, and personal growth.
Parents will learn how students can avoid the ugly side of college life, how students can select their major and career direction, the three areas in which students must excel, the universal success skills students should develop, the 18 myths that students believe, the importance of accomplishments, the value of preparation and much more. Most importantly, parents will learn to play an effective supporting role in student success. Each chapter of this book covers a topic that all college parents should understand and address. With the information provided, parents will have the ability to help their children chart a course that can significantly improve their chances for success, during and after college.
The What - What exactly can be done to ensure employment success?
The How - How are the steps, actions and results achieved?
The Why - Why are these steps, actions and results necessary?
For most good jobs, grades alone are no longer enough. The best employers want students to demonstrate their capabilities in an array of environments and situations. Therefore, knowing what to do is important. However, students also need a system that lays out the steps that can be followed during each semester of college.
When students perform the activities and produce the results that employers need, want, and expect of the best candidates, their employment possibilities will improve dramatically. That is what this book is all about. It will enable more students to compete effectively in the job market.