How To Instantly Reduce Your Number of Mistakes

Whenever you’re feeling confused, upset, reactive, conflicted, confronted, or frustrated, or at anytime that you simply want to be thinking the best you can, just ask yourself the Central Question.

‘What choice can I make and action can I take, in this moment, to create the greatest net value?’”

Life coach Peter Demarest has based his coaching process on the natural functions of the brain that allows people to make better use of the strengths and wisdom they already have to get better and better at answering The Central Question.

“Fundamentally,” Demarest teaches, “success in life is not about the value we get, it’s about the value we create.” He claims that when people make the deliberate effort to think it terms of The Central Question, they naturally make fewer mistakes, make better decisions, and create greater value in life and work.

The next time you’re feeling down because of a human error, allow The Central Question to quickly help you gain more confidence, satisfaction, joy and fulfillment.

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About the author: Peter Demarest is the co-author of the book, Answering The Central Question. He is also is a co-founder and President of Axiogenics. Through research and development, he discovered the profound connection between axiology (value science) and neuroscience (brain science) and has spent more than 7 years researching, developing, and testing the technology. Today, he is considered the world’s leading pioneer in the field of applied neuro-axiology.

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