Blog Posts - Peak Performance



NeurOptimal Neurofeedback for Performance Anxiety

Earlier this year, Science Daily published an article titled, Why your brain makes you slip up when anxious. What makes auditions, performances, giving speeches, just generally being on the spot so anxiety-provoking? According to previous research, p...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Apr 11, 2016

Upgrade your Brain with Neurofeedback

As many of you know, Dr. Valdeane Brown is the co-founder and co-developer of NeurOptimal®. He was recently interviewed by the founder of SuperHuman Entrepreneur, Dr. Isaac H. Jones.  Here’s a link to the podcast. Learn How to Upgrade you...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Feb 8, 2016

Neurofeedback for Creativity

  Can neurofeedback be helpful for those who work in the arts? In my experience, absolutely. Neurofeedback  for creativity could also be referred to as peak performance training. Some of the positive changes my creative clients have experienced are...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Nov 2, 2015

How To Get Unstuck

How To Get Unstuck Have you been trying to achieve something for some time, yet it still isn’t manifesting for you? You have a clear vision of what it is that you want to achieve but there is something holding you back. There are a number of r...

Where Are You Playing Small?

Where Are You Playing Small? I know in some areas of your life you play big. There are aspects in your life where you feel confident, focused and clear about your direction. You know instantly those areas I am referring to, right? But, I know there a...

Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

Around 2008 or 2009 I started noticing mentions in the media related to neurofeedback for peak performance. This ramped up even more during and after the 2010 Olympics. In 2010 I also told the story of my husband’s experience with neurofeedback...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 17, 2015

Android Apps: Peak – Brain Training

PLAY THE FUN, NEUROSCIENCE-BASED GAMES OF PEAK, THE BRAIN TRAINING APP THAT HELPS YOU TRACK AND IMPROVE YOUR COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE *** Chosen by the App Store as one of the Best Apps of 2014 *** KEY FEATURES ● Over 20 great challenging mini games a...
by dralnuX on Jul 2, 2015

Modna Mama Wiosną

Wiosna już puka do naszych okien, a wraz z nią – nowości modowe w butikach. Dziś przegląd wiosennych propozycji dla […]...
by Kashtanky on Mar 19, 2015

MODNA RODZINA – Modna Mama Wiosną

Wiosna już puka do naszych okien, a wraz z nią – nowości modowe w butikach. Dziś przegląd wiosennych propozycji dla […]...
by Kashtanky on Mar 19, 2015

The Value of a Good Night’s Sleep

Sleep and peak performance I’m always happy when I see popular media publicizing the value of a good night’s sleep. This Huffington Post article is titled 14 Highly Successful People Who Prioritize A Good Night’s Sleep. All of the p...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Mar 9, 2015

Emotional IQ Infographic

by Gary CohenYour emotional IQ is determined by the level of your emotional intelligence. It's a major factor in your personal and professional perceptions and interactions. Find out just how important it really is!The post Emotional IQ Infographic a...

Leadership Vision Test: How does your vision work?

by Gary CohenYour eye translates signals via rods and cones to the optic nerve. In general, there are far more rods on the periphery of your retina and a much higher concentration of cones in the central fovea. Rods help us detect motion and see in t...

Thinking Fast, While Executing Slowly

by Gary CohenThinking Fast as an Entrepreneur Entrepreneurial leaders are open-minded, energetic, and always questioning. They ask: How can we do it better? Where should we go from here? What is preventing us from taking action, and how can it be ove...

Removing Weaknesses & Building Strengths

by Gary CohenIn the U.S., we tend to focus heavily on one or the other: deficits or strengths. A child art prodigy may spend her days in the learning center to become an average speller. A standout soccer player may spend so much time playing that sp...

The New York Neurofeedback Blog is Five Years Old

I wrote the first post for New York Neurofeedback’s blog in September of 2009. Today’s post is number 179! It’s been a lot of fun writing for the blog. Researching and watching for interesting post topics has been educational for...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Oct 6, 2014

Type II Fun

by Gary CohenAs a teenager, I found myself with 16 others on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Maine in a 30-foot pulling boat with 12-foot swells and no tiller or rudder. The seas were getting rougher and the sky was crackling with lightning and t...

How to free yourself from trauma, phobias & anxiety in 7 days or less!

At Last, Recent Breakthroughs in The Science of Brain Functioning Offer The Promise of Nearly INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF from Fears, Phobias And PTSD That Might Otherwise Have Required Years of Conventional[...]...
by Body Health on Sep 2, 2014

What Is Your Pecking Order?

by Gary CohenPecking Order The term “pecking order” was introduced by Thorleif Schjelderup-Ebbe in 1921 under the German terms Hackordnung or Hackliste, and brought into English in 1927. Schjelderup-Ebbe studied chickens and how the...

Your Whole Brain is Creative

It’s not just your right brain that’s creative. Much more of that magical three pound organ you possess gets involved than just parts of the right hemisphere. If you’d like to understand the process better, read this Scientific Amer...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jul 21, 2014

Is there a team member you work around?

by Gary CohenIs there a team member you work around? If so, take a minute to list your reasons. Did he betray your trust? What is it that you don’t like about her? Cite specific incidences that caused you to write this person off. Now take a mi...


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