Mental Rehearsal – The Fading Form (Micro Visualization)

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Micro Visualization is an incredibly powerful tool that you have probably used all your life, but never had a name for it. The effects it can have on your performance, effort, or overall enjoyment are incredible. However, I believe there is something preventing us from fully taking advantage of it. Before we get into that, let’s take a brief look at what Micro Visualization is.

Can I Have a Cookie?

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Micro Visualization is Mental Rehearsal in it’s most actionable and basic form. It’s what you do before a job interview. Going over each question you may be asked, each answer you will give in return. How will I sit? Will my hair be okay?Continue Reading–>

Mental Rehearsal – The Procedure (Macro Visualization)

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In our previous post we provided you with an overview of what Mental Rehearsal is, and some studies to prove it’s validity. This time we will dive into it’s benefits, applications and risks, as well as show you the many different methods of Mental Rehearsal.

You can find many different methods to mentally rehearse spread across the internet. It’s important to know that there isn’t a perfect method and your experiences will be different each time. How specific you decide to be will play a huge role in deciding which method to use.

Macro Visualization (The Theatre in your Mind)

Your Own Audience

As you continue to improve, you will find yourself in situations that your body can handle, but your mind cannot.Continue Reading–>

Visualization – Mental Rehearsal an Overview

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What is Mental Rehearsal?

Mental Rehearsal has been credited by some of the most prolific athletes, CEO’s, scientists and successful people of our time. Sometimes referred to as “The Secret Sauce”, it is claimed to be one of the key factors to success. It is defined as “The cognitive rehearsal of a task in the absence of overt physical movement”. It’s primary function is to lay a subconscious foundation for a task prior to action. On the surface this is something that we do in our every day lives. If you have ever prepared for an interview, had to ask someone for permission or forgiveness, or just simply envisioned yourself performing an action before actually performing it, then you have exercised some mental rehearsal.

Research and Studies

Tons of available research

Visualization and Mental Rehearsal have a lot of documented research that has produced some surprising results. One of the more wild examplesContinue Reading–>