Virtuosity is the purpose of Gold training and Gold Training is the quintessence of the Graduate SOT.
Gold Training is for those who have completed DFQs x 100 and who wish to continue developing their skills with further training.
Gold Training is the metacognition training from DFQ#101 to #1000. It takes between 2 and 3 years to complete.
PRR is one of the four basic parts of the SOT Brainuser Code which explores and measures the value of cognitive patterning in the training, coaching and mentoring required for virtuosity in metacognition. How have you benefited from applying PRR?
Media multitaskers pay mental price, Stanford study shows
Think you can talk on the phone, send an instant message and read your e-mail all at once? Stanford researchers say even trying may impair your cognitive control.
People who are regularly bombarded with several streams of electronic information do not pay attention, control their memory or switch from one job to another as well as those who prefer to complete one task at a time, a group of Stanford researchers has found.
OXFORD, England â€”You walk out of a soft-falling rain into the living room of an Oxford don, with great walls of books, handsome art and, on the far side of the room, graceful windows onto a luxuriant garden.
Does this man, arguably the worldâ€™s most influential evolutionary biologist, spend most of his time here or in the field? Prof. Richard Dawkins smiles faintly. He did not find fame spending dusty days picking at shale in search of ancient trilobites. Nor has he traipsed the African bush charting the sex life of wildebeests.
He gets little charge from such exertions.
â€œMy interest in biology was pretty much always on the philosophical side,â€ he says, listing the essential questions that drive him. â€œWhy do we exist, why are we here, what is it all about?â€
It is in no fashion to diminish Professor Dawkins, a youthful 70, to say that his greatest accomplishment has come as a profoundly original thinker, synthesizer and writer. His epiphanies follow on the heels of long sessions of reading and thought, and a bit of procrastination. He is an elegant stylist with a taste for metaphor. And he has a knack, a predisposition even, for assailing orthodoxy.