It’s estimated that 95% of our behavior runs on autopilot—something I call “fast brain.” That’s because neural networks underlie all of our habits, reducing our millions of sensory inputs per second into manageable shortcuts so we can function in this crazy world. These default brain signals are like signaling superhighways, so efficient that they often cause us to relapse into old behaviors before we remember what we meant to do instead…Read More
TAIS measures 20 different psychological factors: 6 Attentional Factors and 14 Interpersonal Factors. A short description is listed with each factor below:
Awareness – measure of the individual’s “street sense”, ability to react quickly and instinctively to things going on around him/her, and sensitivity to the environment and to the non-verbal (emotional) messages people often send.
External Distractibility – measure of the individual’s tendency to become distracted by task irrelevant things going on in the environment…Read More
Endure is a funny word, it is rarely spoken. Endurance is more commonly used. Both words essentially mean the same thing, but dictionary.com defines endure as, “to undergo (as a hardship) especially without giving in: suffer”…but when the word endurance is used, it is immediately related to a physical ability. With that said…
“Endure, put up with whatever comes your way, learn to overcome weakness and pain; push yourself to breaking point, but never cave in. If you don’t learn that lesson, you’ll never succeed as an elite athlete.” – Toni Nadal (Coach and Uncle of Rafael Nadal).