Positive Intelligence (PQ)
When you are physically fit, you’re able to move around with more ease and little physical stress.
When you are mentally fit, you’ll be more productive, more successful, less stressed. Perhaps easier to live with and able to manage life’s challenges.
You’ll be happier and perform better.
But how do you measure mental fitness and improve it?
Mental fitness is a measure of the strength of your positive mental muscles (Sage) versus the negative (Saboteur). This measure of your Mental Fitness is called PQ (Positive Intelligence Quotient). PQ (Positive Intelligence Quotient) measures the relative strength of your positive mental muscles (Sage) versus the negative (Saboteur), and is the most widely used measure of mental fitness. Independent researchers have validated this measure to be the greatest predictor of how happy you are, and how well you perform against your potential.
Research with 500,000 participants has shown PQ to be the best predictor of how happy you are and how well you perform relative to your potential.
The relative strength of your positive Sage versus negative Saboteurs is called PQ (Positive Intelligence Quotient). PQ is the measure of your Mental Fitness. It’s the best predictor of how happy you are and how well you perform relative to your potential. You can boost your PQ significantly with practice.
Receive 6-weeks of mental fitness programming including:
Weekly 60-mins videos presented by Shirzad Chamine, coach and creator of the PQ program
Weekly 30-mins Zoom meetings discussing the week’s topics with a small cohort/pod (maximum 5 members) and your personal coach, Juliet
Full use of the PQ App offering daily guided mental fitness challenges, reflections, PQ gym and mental fitness tracker
Continued use of the PQ App for one full year
An electronic copy of the first 8-chapters of Shirzad Chamine’s book, Positive Intelligence
Plus 1x 1-1 coaching session with Juliet
Independent researchers validated the initial test results, based on a first sample group of 275,000 people from a broad range of organisations, professions, and occupations, and found:
- Salespeople sell 37% more.
- Project teams perform 31% better on key performance metrics.
- Negotiators are more likely to gain concessions and close deals.
- Students perform significantly better on maths tests.
- CEOs are more likely to lead happy teams who report their work climate to be conducive to high performance.
- A comparison of sixty teams showed that a team’s PQ was the greatest predictor of its achievement.
- Employees take fewer sick days and are less likely to become burned out or quit.
- Higher PQ results in enhanced immune system functioning, lower levels of stress-related hormones, lower blood pressure, less pain, fewer colds, better sleep, and a smaller likelihood of having hypertension, diabetes, or strokes.
- High PQ leads to an almost 10-year increase in lifespan (based on historical data extrapolation by independent researchers).