Category: Alpha Brain Wavelength

Proof behind the power of positive self-talk October 20, 2020 Dr. Ran Anbar was fresh out of high school when he applied to Stanford University in 1975. It was his first choice and goal to graduate from the very prestigious university. His application was rejected. The University of California San Diego accepted him on the same day. Dr. Anbar discovered that ….  Read More

Become the vibrational match for your desired goals October 15, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new term, or at least resurrected an old one, in U.S. vernacular – herd immunity. The term describes how a majority of the population becomes immune to the virus after they all become infected and build antibodies. COVID has also created two competing groups that ….  Read More

George Mumford: The Forgotten Guru in Michael Jordan success September 30, 2020 Timing is everything when it comes to releasing movies and books. The ESPN/Netflix miniseries The Last Dance continually set ratings records as new episodes premiered. It was a right place/right time scenario as all sports had been halted since late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The series chronicled the career ….  Read More

Single father households: the unspoken phenomenon with U.S. families September 23, 2020 There are many reasons why “The Pursuit of Happyness” was such a successful film. Will Smith is obviously a huge draw when it comes to movies. It’s a true story spiced up with Hollywood magic. The mostly-rags throughout the film, to implied riches in the end, also makes for a great ….  Read More

5 Tips To Become More Self-Confident Now September 22, 2020 Society has traditionally focused on self-esteem issues of girls and women. Baby Boomers and Generation X were bombarded with stories of how girls “are not allowed” to speak up in class in secondary school. Women faced myriad challenges in the workplace that men did not, according to U.S. folklore. But it’s ….  Read More

New Year’s Day: Start Celebrating On October 1 September 16, 2020 December 31 is traditionally a day of excess indulgence in the Western world. Kids love staying up late, while adults try their best to make it to midnight after long days of drinking. January 1 marks the New Year, the time for renewal, resetting and reflection. The first New Year’s Eve ….  Read More

Suicide rates among men increasing globally September 1, 2020 Men have endured the pressure of being provider, protector and patriarch for centuries. The world was set up for men to work 40-plus hour per week jobs at warehouses, factories and office buildings just three decades ago. Men made enough money to take care of their families and have a feeling ….  Read More

Leadership vs. Popularity on the alpha frequency August 26, 2020 Young Millennial and Generation Z boys face unprecedented challenges. These young men live their entire lives on virtual platforms, communicate digitally, and are made to question their masculinity due to the ongoing war on men. Generation X and Baby Boomer boys gained popularity in school with good looks, athletic prowess and/or ….  Read More

Boys To Men: Traditional rites of passage in tribal culture August 11, 2020 Most American boys prior to the turn of the millennium got the same lecture from their fathers in some form or fashion. A bully was picking on them at school and they came home crying. Dad told them to punch the bully in the nose. No matter what happened from that ….  Read More

Lev Vygotsky: brief history on the father of self-talk July 28, 2020 Soviet revolutionary and politician Leon Trotsky was staunchly anti-capitalist. He believed social classes cause perpetual struggle. His goal was to end such divisions with Marxist principles. He believed social classes inhibited conscious connection and turned people into servants of materialism. His views on the foregoing, which he called “reshaping of man” ….  Read More