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Neuroscience helps you to be more sophisticated

By | 2017-12-12T09:19:46+00:00 December 11th, 2017|Categories: About PRISM|Tags: |

Often those who are complex claim to be sophisticated but sophistication is often visible in simplicity. PRISM Brain Map is a sophisticated online neuroscience based tool, it is designed to identify behaviour preferences in an individual to bring out simplicity in the thoughts. A man is a product of his thoughts, what he thinks, [...]

What your driving style says about you

By | 2017-12-06T11:17:44+00:00 December 6th, 2017|Categories: About PRISM|Tags: |

Let’s imagine you are in a car heading home. There will be many experiences on your way: good, bad, worse or you will be even lost in between. You will find a way to your home even after diversions and distractions; you will struggle but you will never quit. You might move slowly when [...]

Why people fail to adapt

By | 2017-12-04T12:43:14+00:00 December 4th, 2017|Categories: About PRISM|Tags: |

“Be willing to change and adapt your behaviour preferences, because if you have decided a goal. Life won’t stay the same." We are all aware of the awesome power of setting goals and its ability to enthuse the person to make a change. However we are all too familiar with the inability of people [...]

6 Key factors involved in creating elite footballers

By | 2017-12-12T12:09:39+00:00 November 23rd, 2017|Categories: Case studies|Tags: |

Cristiano Ronaldo ranks first among UEFA European Championship. Lionel Messi has the second-most goals scored (97) of all the time in the European Cup and UEFA Champions League. Do you realise why these players are able to win millions of hearts. When they initially started playing, they were not happy just with the medals [...]

Theory about behaviour preferences

By | 2017-12-02T10:56:48+00:00 November 20th, 2017|Categories: About PRISM|Tags: |

Most people have little insight into what ignites their day-to-day behaviour. What steer our behaviour? Often the reason of doing something is the influential forces that drive and direct our behaviour. These are based on a series of tacit beliefs that we have about ourselves. In a way, these self-beliefs determine the direction and [...]

How to be disciplined, even if it’s not natural for you

By | 2017-12-12T12:24:18+00:00 November 16th, 2017|Categories: Case studies|Tags: , |

When was the last time I finished a coffee? Perhaps, I’m the only one, but it would seem my coffee always goes unfinished. There’s something about that last little bit that turns me off. It tastes different and cools off too quickly I suppose. Now that we’re talking about it, I’m not exactly certain of [...]

Overdoing strengths is the greatest risk

By | 2017-12-12T12:21:53+00:00 November 11th, 2017|Categories: About PRISM|Tags: |

The thumping of a beating heart is often celebrated as nature’s beautifully simple rhythm. And yet, a heartbeat that is too simple and too rhythmic might be a warning sign of congestive heart failure. The strengths no matter how strong are like the appliance you plug into a socket. If you plug an electric guitar, microwave [...]

Why is PRISM different?

By | 2017-12-12T12:32:25+00:00 November 9th, 2017|Categories: About PRISM|Tags: , , |

Do you have angry reactions to feedbacks instead of being open to it? Are you being closed to new experiences instead to opening to new behaviour preferences? Misunderstandings instead of understanding? Are you overstepping boundaries instead of showing high opinion for them? Being manipulative, dominant, or submissive to express your behavior characteristics? It is the [...]