TALK

Use your unconscious intelligence - and become MUCH stronger and more creative at work

A talk where you, first of all, will be introduced to the huge benefit you, as a leader and employee, will have by actively using your unconscious intelligence (your nightly dreams). But also what you can do to better recall your dreams as well as understand them!

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Please notice: Content of the talk can be tailored to your needs.

Are you using your unconscious intelligence adequately?

If not, you are missing out big time.

If you have been skeptical about dreams up until now, this talk will make you think differently.

The search-engine Google, for example, is the result of a nightly dream its founder Larry Page had – a dream he was able to recall and write down. Today, Larry Page is an active user of his unconscious intelligence, which is why you will find sleep pods standing in many of Google’s offices.

Our unconscious intelligence (our nightly dreams) is not limited by our rationality and what the past has taught us is possible. Some serious ‘thinking outside the box’ happens here. It requires, however, that you have access to your unconscious intelligence- in other words; it requires for you to able to recall your dreams. Something everybody – you included – can learn with ease.

The biggest benefit you’ll have by actively using your unconscious intelligence is not the ability to find creative solutions to technical problems.

The biggest benefit is on a personal level.

Scientific research has found that

  • A huge increase in self-insight
  • Higher self-esteem and
  • Better relations to others

are direct results of actively using, your unconscious intelligence (your dreams).*

Former President Barack Obama is an active user of his unconscious intelligence and his dreams. He thus applies his unconscious intelligence in order to much better understand himself in his role as a leader, father – human being!**

But, as stated earlier, it is required that you recall and understand your dreams if you wish to benefit from your unconscious intelligence!

We spend 2 hours every night dreaming and everyone can become better at recalling his or her dreams. Everyone can learn to understand the language of the unconscious, the metaphors, in the same way.

As an example, the lecture can cover the following topics (and can always be adjusted):

  • How the use of your unconscious intelligence – and understanding your nightly dreams – leads to solving problems much easier and with much more creativity, better decisions, better relations with your co-workers, as well as an increase in productivity.
  • What you can do to become better at recalling your dreams. We all dream 2 hours every night, but we often do not remember them because of a fundamental lack of interest in them. Most have simply lost the connection with their unconsious intelligence (kids are exorbitantly good at recalling their dreams, but learn – through their parents – to ignore them). You can do a lot to recall them- much more than just writing them down (there has to be something to write down!).
  • How do you understand the metaphors found in dreams and in the unconscious? The language of dreams is a language that – like every other language – can be learned.
  1. Tons of examples of concrete dreams and how learning to understand them has made a giant difference for the ones who dreamt them. At work and in private life.

*E.g. Hill et.al., Dreaming, Volume 23(1), March 2013, 1-45

** Obama, Barack, Dreams from my father

About Michael R Olsen

Michael Rohde is a lecturer, author and researcher in unconscious intelligence and nightly dreams. He published the book “How to understand your dreams” with Dansk Psykologisk Forlag in 2015.

Michael holds a bachelor in psychology (Lund University), an MBA (Copenhagen Business School), and is currently researching dreams and unconscious intelligence in collaboration with Lunds University. He was granted Berlingske Nyhedsmagasin’s (Danish business magazine) talent prize in 2011 for his abilities as speaker and trainer. He has been featured in many TV- and radio shows as well as publications on unconscious intelligence. He is an extremely competent speaker and his energy, seriousness and wit, motivate many to use their unconscious intelligence to a much higher degree.