Inspired thinking is the outcome of the following 3 areas of our brain:
Attentional Control Network plays a significant role to focus on a particular task that triggers when people paying much attention to accomplish that task.
Imagination Network primarily aimed at imagining some future scenarios and at the same time, reminding the scenarios that happened in the past. In fact, this network promotes our cognitive system when we get involved with the similar tasks or scenarios.
The Attentional Flexibility Network plays a major role in perceiving and monitoring what’s happening around us, sending the inputs into our cognitive system and acting as a bridge between the Imagination Network and Attentional Control for us.
We know the techniques to improve these aforesaid three areas of your brain to deliver a confident approach and better communication with other drivers/road-users while you drive. Please remember, despite having all the required skills in your driving you wouldn’t be successful unless you can’t read the MINDSET of other drivers/road-users on the roads.
We can't teach you anything. We simply can trigger your thought process on a specific driving task through bringing a change and attitude in your mindset. Our lessons are mostly based on MINDSET development through MENTORING. We know how to develop your healthy mindset for driving on Australian roads.