We go through life making all sorts of judgements, evaluations, and decisions about what we think we are seeing ad experiencing, and yet so very often we make such massive mistakes that we see the world very differently from reality.
Which can cause us massive problems as we try to deal with things which are not there, and fail to spot the things which are!
Join me this week as I take us on a journey to explore how we make these massive mistakes, and what we can do to reduce them, and explore –
- How do we generalise the world?
- How do we delete experiences?
- How do we distort our senses?
- Why is this a problem?
- What can we do about it?
Keith Blakemore-Noble is the creator and host of The Confidence Alchemist Radio Show.
As The Confidence Alchemist, he helps performers to transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths. For some this is conquering their social phobia around meeting strangers, for others it is beating the fear of stepping up their career into perhaps a managerial role; for yet others it is all about finding their own confidence to be them and enjoy living the life they always wanted to live but were too scared to dare.
He knows a thing of two about conquering fears and phobias and developing confidence – for far too many years he himself was painfully shy, crushingly lonely as a result, and his career hit its limits because of this. He started studying cutting edge neurosciences, conquered his “stuff”, and because The Confidence Alchemist – he has subsequently spoken to groups small and large (up to 800) in multiple countries across 3 different continents, sharing insights into how we can all become truly confident in all areas of our lives.
He has compiled and published several books and is in the process of writing his own book on confidence during 2018/9. He also occasionally performs his popular hypnosis and card magic show to thrilled audiences.
Also Worth Checking Out –
- How Keith Helped Shy TV Star
- The Problem Now That G.O.T. Has Finished…
- Keith’s 6 Step Model For Change