Hi, I’m Jeremy…
As I transitioned into the world of jury consultancy, I stepped into an arena where the stakes were different but the game was the same: understanding people. Attorneys, draped in the weight of their responsibilities, would seek my expertise. Their objective? To win cases. But beneath that desire was a myriad of human complexities. My role was vast—I was the hand guiding them in selecting juries, the whisper in the ear of nervous witnesses, the pen behind compelling opening statements, and the anchor grounding closing arguments. But, more than anything, I was the mirror reflecting back the potential I saw in each attorney.
Change Happens in the Brain, Creating a New Mind
- Every new experience is a potential brain change, as neurons forge new pathways and networks.
- The brain’s plasticity is the canvas for change; as the brain changes a new mind emerges.
- Without a new mind, the future is already written. It’s your past, recycled.
Learning from the Past, Designing the Future
- Our brains use past experiences like a blueprint to forecast and shape future possibilities and emotional responses to current stimuli.
- Memories are not just records of the past; they are the brain’s predictions, influencing every present and future moment.
- If you do not free yourself from your past, including old beliefs and wounds, your future will merely echo your past.
Rewire Your Mind to Rewrite Your Future
- Intentional actions and thoughts—commitments—can reprogram the brain’s circuitry, opening new futures.
- By rewiring the neural pathways of the mind, we hold the pen that rewrites our destiny.
- Your future is not fixed; it is sculpted by the mental connections you reinforce and the mindset you choose to adopt.