Presentation Title

A Model for Energy and Well-being; Implications for Human Performance

Advisor Information

Danae Dinkel

Location

UNO Criss Library, Room 112

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

6-3-2015 3:30 PM

End Date

6-3-2015 3:45 PM

Abstract

The human experience is one full of stimulus, perception, thought, and feeling. Every person has a unique experience that they are constantly working to sort and understand. It has been noted by leaders in self-improvement that in order to make changes to our lives, we must first begin with changes on the inside. To make these internal changes, it is helpful to have a model to anchor and sort our experience. This helps us to more deeply understand the interaction of the “parts” of our human system. This model seeks to explain the system as one of interacting energy, providing a framework through which to anchor and understand the human experience. From this model of interacting energy, one can more easily identify blockages in energy flow and work to correct them. As all parts are intimately interconnected, removing blockages from or increasing energy of any part of the system may streamline flow through the rest of this “system of human experience”. This leads to implications for overall well-being. As well-being increases and one is more apt to tackle life, this leads to implications for human performance in all areas of one’s life experience.

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Mar 6th, 3:30 PM Mar 6th, 3:45 PM

A Model for Energy and Well-being; Implications for Human Performance

UNO Criss Library, Room 112

The human experience is one full of stimulus, perception, thought, and feeling. Every person has a unique experience that they are constantly working to sort and understand. It has been noted by leaders in self-improvement that in order to make changes to our lives, we must first begin with changes on the inside. To make these internal changes, it is helpful to have a model to anchor and sort our experience. This helps us to more deeply understand the interaction of the “parts” of our human system. This model seeks to explain the system as one of interacting energy, providing a framework through which to anchor and understand the human experience. From this model of interacting energy, one can more easily identify blockages in energy flow and work to correct them. As all parts are intimately interconnected, removing blockages from or increasing energy of any part of the system may streamline flow through the rest of this “system of human experience”. This leads to implications for overall well-being. As well-being increases and one is more apt to tackle life, this leads to implications for human performance in all areas of one’s life experience.