Performance Festival – Elevate your game and consciousness to new heights.

The SEC Festival is a growing community of practitioners, coaches and high performance athletes who come together to connect, grow, and support each other and learn the transformative, multi-disciplined methodology of accessing higher consciousness through sport of the SEC group.

The signature SEC Festival takes place once a year at beautiful Dominican University, just outside of San Francisco. This event gathers an extraordinary community of high performance athletes, coaches and practitioners who are driven by epic ideas of elevating global consciousness through sport-Professional athletes, coaches, neurologists, psychologists, consciousness leaders and more.

At the SEC Festival you will receive powerful training, profound consciousness shifts, flow-hacking techniques, deep connections, incredible adventures and unique opportunities to take your connection to sport into the stratosphere, so that you can elevate your game AND consciousness to new heights.

FocusBand advocate, John Ruark will be demonstrating the FocusBand at the Performance Festival

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What is Neurofeedback & FocusBand?

neurofeedbackFocusBand is  totally a NeuroFeedback training device.

Neurofeedback is direct training of brain function, by which the brain learns to function more efficiently. We monitor the brain’s activity from moment to moment. We display that information back to the user and we reward the brain for changing its own activity to appropriate frequency bands.

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7 Benefits of Digital Learning

The shift from print to digital is a profound transition in how human beings learn, it is more significant than the development of the printing press and its benefits are spreading much more quickly.

Like the printing press six centuries ago, this transition is transforming and spreading learning opportunities. Digital learning is powering many benefits that are changing the opportunity landscape for golf teachers.

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NeuroSkills App leads Digital Transformation

neuroskills appDigital transformation” is on the tip of every business leader’s tongue these days. The business world continues to digitize at rapid speed – breaking down barriers and innovating new business models – and organizations are either jumping on the bandwagon or getting woefully left behind. In this article you will know how FocusBand Neuroskills app can lead digital transformation.

All of this with the main goal of building stronger customer relationships, increasing cross-selling opportunities and focusing on scalable growth.
It’s an inevitable transformation to survive in this digital world with an always-connected customer who has discoverability, access and choice at her fingertips.

Many traditional organizations can’t meet these expectations. As a result, attackers born in the digital age can swoop in and disrupt the market through rapid delivery of digital products and services combined with advanced algorithms and full access to information

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Use Your Noggin – Like Jason Day

By now, you’ve probably noticed Jason Day’s pre-shot routine. Day flutters his eyes open and closed behind the ball(right) while taking a deep breath before stepping into nearly every shot. It might look odd but it has a purpose. It’s the result of Day’s work in controlling brain activity using an app-based product called FocusBand.

When you wear the company’s headgear and hit a golf shot, sensors record what’s going on in your head – namely, are you focused or are you distracted?

The device was invented in 2009 by the Australian father and son team of Graham and Henry Boulton to help train athletes in all sports get into what is commonly known as the zone”, or as the Boulton’s call it, a “state of no-mindedness or Mushin”. The goal? Training your mind to perform the process of each swing without having to consciously think about the routine or the outcome as you perform it.

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Deepak Chopra announces FocusBand will be..

deepak chopra announces focusbandDeepak Chopra announces FocusBand  via live periscope today the use of the FocusBand for sports, yoga and meditation.

Jason Goldsmith will head up the sports segment with Deepak himself doing the Meditation.

Eddy Stern will head up the Yoga platform. Eddy is know for his involvement with many of the celebrities that have taken yoga on board

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“Try Out” the FocusBand App for FREE

Most of us like to try out an App to see if we can use it.

The FREE FocusBand App has a Simulator which can be used for training and evaluating initially without the FocusBand Headband. Brain signals are simulated internally which covers the majority of the Apps functionality

Ironically using the Simulator along with the Getting Started instructions is the quickest way to get to know what the the FocusBand is all about.

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NeuroVision App

What is the NeuroVision app?

Here is a simple explanation..

neurovision app

This scenario is what every athlete dreams of ….

How to improve their skill “involuntarily”

Notice how infants involuntarily put their hands in place to brace their fall?

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Cloud Analytics – What’s It All About

There’s a lot of buzz about Cloud analytics in golf coaching organizations.
How can you apply Cloud analytics to improve athlete’s results and performances?

To do so means measuring & leveraging the digital data available to you – both structured and unstructured.

Unstructured data is often text data, such as reports and scorecards.

Cloud analytics is the process and technology used to make better sense of large amounts of digital data.
Cloud analytics enables you to engage with the Cloud to answer your questions, solve inconsistency, and uncover trends and insights.

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Grounding, a Brain Booster

Grounding may also boost your mood. In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers at the University of California – Irvine tested 40 adults to see if grounding could improve mood. Part of the group grounded for one hour; the others did not ground. The participants’ moods were assessed on a special scale before and after the experiment. Those who grounded reported pleasant and positive moods, while the others had no improvement. The researchers reported their findings in the April 2015 issue of Psychological Reports. Read more