HERD Group Attends Vivek Bindra Motivation Training

 

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The collective concern of the MD’s of HERD Group (having imbibed the best academic learning from books, seminars, affiliations) is to be on the watch out for every opportunity to facilitate inception of new ideas and means to motivate team members. So also, HERD HR Department is forever on the lookout for providing incentives and motivation to employees to spur their contribution.

Motivational trainings are really very important for business success today. It is critical to develop leadership through training programs and talks from motivational speakers. So when the opportunity presented itself, sixteen staff members from the different units were identified to attend Mr. Vivek Bindra’s live seminar on Extreme Motivation & Peak Performance!

Mr Bindra is a motivational speaker of international repute who is also an established CEO coach. So when Nagpur city became the venue for his training program on strategic execution and performance maximization, HERD Group grabbed the opportunity to make the most of it. The company directors and senior managers had already attended Mr Bindra’s seminar earlier, and were keen that staff too be exposed to the speakers influential training.

This was a good chance for the company to facilitate employees to focus on personal aspirations aligned to business prospects that would work in conjunction for positive outcomes.  Mr Bindra is a well-known motivational trainer who can really inspire people to pull themselves together and feel reenergized to perform better. Since the speaker was in town, management went all out to make the most of his inspirational influence for the benefit of staff.

Mr Bindra’s pep talk was sprinkled with true to life examples and accounts of success stories that can work wonders on people’s psyche and boost their morale. The exercise could prove to be valuable to get the group together to help identify and resolve roadblocks that perhaps hold them back. The talk was of course very well enjoyed and would definitely add to the unlocking of latent potential. HERD Group decidedly felt that such exposure will be supportive in enhancing performances.

Mr Bindra’s talk illustrated how motivational speakers can offer huge enthusiasm and drive so as to enable participants eager to offer their best. The motivational speaker assisted in enabling employees to comprehend their inner power, that sometimes we lose sight of in the face of regular routine work life. It was a great evening with staff experiencing stimulating ideas.

Attending this training had staff going through their individual mental morale building workout.  The speaker offered fresh perspectives on roles and responsibilities, thereby rebuilding confidence and passion. Breaking the complacency of everyday routine life, employees were made to comprehend fresh insights that will surely empower them to explore possibilities.

The speaker’s vigorous training helped in sharing his expertise that would in time spring them back into action and spur them on to their goals. Such interactions also help in easing out internal personal issues that often take precedence and obstruct team work. Mr Bindra certainly came to the rescue to provide guidance on a number of issues that prevent people from giving their hundred percent.

HERD Group of Companies is keen to achieve success and that is only possible with a committed team. The speaker’s expertise and ability to transform mindsets will go a long way in helping the team to dream big and perform well. Mr Bindra did wield a magic spell that provided the needed impetus for participants get set on the road to achieving their objectives that will ensure future growth. This was a well spent investment in terms of time, money and sensibilities.

Raise Dopamine – Get Moving

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Why do many of us not feel like exercising despite promising ourselves to get going? When it comes to the crunch why do we feel all de-motivated? Our alarms get shut and we prefer the shut eye when it comes to stepping out of bed. Studies now suggest that Dopamine is to blame!! Now what exactly is Dopamine?

Well Dopamine is an organic chemical of that plays several important roles in the brain and body. It is an amine synthesized by removing a carboxyl group from a molecule of its precursor chemical L-DOPA, which is synthesized in the brain and kidneys. Dopamine is also synthesized in plants and most multicellular animals.

So what precisely is the role of dopamine in the brain? The truth is it functions as a neurotransmitter – a chemical released by neurons or nerve cells to send signals to other nerve cells. The brain includes several distinct dopamine pathways, one of which plays a major role in reward-motivated behavior.

Most types of rewards increase the level of dopamine in the brain, and many addictive drugs increase dopamine neuronal activity. Other brain dopamine pathways are involved in motor control and in controlling the release of various hormones. These pathways and cell groups form a dopamine system which is neuromodulatory.

It is true for many of us that working out a disciplined exercise regimen is one of the most difficult things to do. Now scientific research offers the reason why we lack motivation to accomplish the most simplest of acts that ought to come so naturally to us. Despite knowing full well the best benefits of physical activity we still remain unmoved! It is believed that regular exercise can reduce risks associated with severe illnesses that include diabetes and certain heart diseases. In fact exercise can even raise out levels f endorphins in the brain improving our mental health and even longevity. If one is looking to control weight the benefits are remarkable.

Well here is research that suggests that maybe dopamine can explain lack of physical activity. The premise explains that something else contributes to physical inactivity. It is actually a hypothesis that states that a dysfunction in dopamine system might be responsible for lack of will power for physical activity. It appears dopamine is critical for movement.

Low dopamine levels can lead to lack of motivation, fatigue, addictive behavior, mood swings and memory loss. Learn how to increase dopamine naturally. Here’s a list of foods, drinks, and spices known to increase dopamine – almonds, apples, avocado, bananas, beets, chocolate, coffee, fava beans, green leafy vegetables, green tea, lima beans, oatmeal, sesame and pumpkin seeds, turmeric, watermelon, and wheat germ. You may naturally enhance dopamine levels with natural probiotics like yogurt, kefir, and raw sauerkraut that will also be beneficial.