Executive Performance


MyNeuroFeedback can help get you in the frame of mind to find more business opportunities, close your next deal and earn more money.


Business executives who perform at a higher level than their peers usually follow a set of mental and physical conditioning processes that enable them to produce winning results consistently. We fine tune the brain and the body to function in harmony resulting in peak performance. It enables professionals to tap into more of their potential by enhancing their mental and physical strengths while minimizing their mental and physical barriers to give them the performance edge.

Self-confidence is one of the keys to success in the professional world.  Managers with confidence are more alert, and have higher expectations for their success.  It is a sense of believing in yourself and in your ability.

The perception of possible failure can undermine confidence.  Disappointing performance can adversely affect self-confidence and future performance of executives across all levels of experience. It is important for peak performers to direct their minds towards correction and balance.

Control over negative emotions and feelings such as anger, stress and anxiety is vital for peak performers. Difficult and demanding situations can trigger strong emotions and feelings. They can produce tension and loss in concentration leading to inconsistent performance. Peak performers learn how to control negative emotions by seeing problems as solvable challenges rather than threats.  The brain needs all of its resources and functionality to perform this task.

We can help executives and managers take their everyday life performance to the next level by helping them:

  • Set goals for mental and physical fitness and balance
  • Be more alert
  • Be more focused
  • Be more positive
  • Be more confident
  • Be more efficient professionally
  • Manage stress effectively
  • Enjoy relationships


For more information regarding our solution to treating business performance, contact MyNeuroFeedback today.