Disappointment is something that occurs in everyone’s day. It is so common that it is unfortunately often ignored- and that can lead to devastating consequences.
The brain does not have an on-off switch that allows us to ‘will’ negative emotions away. Rather, the brain overrides our wishes and sends out stress hormones and suppresses "happy" neurochemicals, that can lead to distraction, lack of confidence and overall underperformance. If not addressed compounding disappointments can lead to anxiety and depression. But there are ways to bring those feel-good neurochemicals back, in order to get on with your day and life.
This experience allows you to personally understand how your brain processes disappointment and how you can regain your focus to becoming more productive. You will be introduced to techniques to practice, that reduce the impact of the effects of disappointment and support healthy, mental pathways to a productive future.