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Mind Dynamix offers growth, leadership and teamwork training

“For explosive professional growth, superior leadership and effective teamwork, apply today for the Mind Dynamix Profiler Training.”

Mind Dynamix says that it is no longer about the survival of the fittest, it is about the survival of the fitter, and you’re either the Fittest or a Fitter.

The Fittest pit themselves against life’s obstacles, trying to overcome problems through sheer effort and determination, using tactics that worked in the past or play to their strengths. Even if they win, they end up drained of vital energy needed for the next challenge.

And the good life they might enjoy vanishes with significant changes in their environment. The Fittest don’t always survive. Fitters are different. They’re flexible. They realise that life is a matter of adapt or die. So they do. Rather than resist the problem, they create the physical and mental resources they need to find solutions- to grow in their environment. And they thrive.

For explosive professional growth, superior leadership and effective teamwork, apply today for the Mind Dynamix Profiler Training  

  • Who; Individuals with a Psychology or a Human Resource Qualification. Must have work experience in the Corporate Environment .
  • What; Mind Dynamix Profiler Training
  • When;  20 to 23 June 2016: 09:00 -16:00
  • Where;  Mind Moves Institute, 44 7th STREET, Linden, Johannesburg
  • Cost;  R25,000.00 exc VAT presenter,  Dr Melodie de Jager
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