You can't know what you don't know, until you know it.
Discover and familiarise yourself with the HARDWIRES™ that have formed inside your brain and understand how to master them.
Become a Hardwires Coach
WHAT ARE HARDWIRES™ ?
HARDWIRES™ is an in-depth, non-threatening prognostic tool for assessing the factors limiting and/or obstructing change, that have developed, from early childhood days in our minds; often without us even being aware of this happening.
In understanding the cause and effect of these HARDWIRES™, we are able to re-wire, because of the remarkable neuroplasticity of our brains.
16 BEHAVIOURAL HARDWIRES™ DEVELOP DURING EVERY SECOND THAT WE ARE IN A STATE OF FEAR OR EXPERIENCE A SENSE OF “I AM NOT OK”.
HOW DOES IT WORK ?
We'll just go through these 4 easy steps
Click the button below to apply for your HARDWIRES™ assessment.
Once you have signed up, you will be taken to a payment page where you can pay via VISA, MasterCard or Instant EFT.
You will receive a payment confirmation and a LINK to your first assessment in EMAIL
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS HONESTLY
Carefully read through each of the HARDWIRES™ questionnaires and answer each section truthfully. Remember, this is the start of your journey towards self-awareness and so it is vital that you are true to yourself.
RECEIVE YOUR RESULTS GRAPH
Soon after you have submitted all your completed questionnaires, you will receive your results graph.
This graph is an indicator of the anticipated behavioural characteristics and the representation of adapt-ability & response-ability towards tasks.
There are 16 HARDWIRES™ holding you back
ZOOM IN / ZOOM OUT
Zi (Zoom in)
Reasoning which predominantly zooms in on things, focusing on the finer details and systems
Zo (Zoom out)
Predominantly zooms out, focusing on the bigger picture
LOCUS OF CONTROL
ELOC (External Locus of Control)
A belief that external pressures and demands take priority over personal decision-making ability.
ILOC (Internal Locus of Control)
A mindset that is self-driven and motivated by internal belief of oneself.
Incompetent or negative parenting practices: Ignorant (discipline instead of neural development and integration) negligent or irresponsible parenting, displaying an inability to positively respond to: expressing love and sufficiently supporting and stimulating their children on all developmental levels.
A person who is emotionally battered and bruised from abuse, whether physical, verbal or sexual and suffers from a diminished sense of self-worth and value as a result. It could have happened in the parent home, school, marriage or work and/or social environment.
Oblivious environments that leave human development to chance, and do not actively strive for change. Unconducive social ecosystems - are home, social or work environments that are not consciously human growth centred, neither are they designed or inclined to positively optimize individuals.
An exaggerated or overblown sense of self- importance, which is self-serving at the expense of others.
A habitual rebellious or negative interaction with and attitude: to people, relationships, work & social situations and life experiences.
A limited world view and frame of reference towards dealing with any life matters, (e.g. gender, food, hygiene, religion, death, parenting, discipline etc.) which is influenced by a belief system and adherence to traditional beliefs and/or practices.
Untreated mental illness - (Depression, Anxiety, Stress, OCD, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, brain tumour) or Post-traumatic stress disorder due to trauma and shock, which has been life-changing and for which a person is not receiving the required treatment.
An indulgence in compulsive (can't stop) behaviour, which is both desirable and pleasurable - despite the negative consequences - to overcome boredom, stress and/or for perceived pleasure.
An "old before my time" approach to life, due to a narrow outlook; being aged or infirmed; suffering from burn out or chronic fatigue (“yuppie flu”), Fibromyalgia or suffering from hypochondriac tendencies.
EVIC (External Victim)
A chronic belief that you are a victim of your circumstances and have been unfairly treated as a result of the negative actions of others.
IVIC (Internal Victim)
A chronic belief that you are a victim of yourself - the belief that I am not good enough and need to be more than I am.
There is little in the way of resources or money available - the person is struggling financially, impoverished or bankrupt and relies on others to provide basic needs, or the organisation is at the mercy of others to provide the wherewithal to successfully carry out daily activities.
A person who is spiritless and Godless. Deeply egotistical with no empathy towards the earth and nature. Does not show normal kind and loving human behaviour. A person who is able to damage and destroy another person’s property, or even kill animals or humans, without remorse. Can indicate or lead to psychopathy.
WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING
Covert narcissist and hypocrite. The "Great Pretender" approach, where the true qualities of the person are never truthfully revealed and a person who preys on others (uses others for self-gain).
An unforgiving and “stuck-in-time” anger and resentment, that holds on to grudges.
It is either:
Awakened, being actively indulged and acted upon
Potentially there but, as yet, in a state of being unprovoked ( not being acted upon).
Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides.
French Novelist, Art & Cutural Theorist