The 17 Elements of MindPT

MindPT uses a precise blend of high quality, clinically studied techniques. Each element is proven to safely and quickly improve emotional and physical wellbeing, and leads to peak performance and greater happiness.






Experience MindBlowing Results In as Little as 3 Minutes a Day!


MindPT Featured on Oprah's 21 Days to a Happier Life Series with Shawn Achor


Experience MindBlowing Results!

As little as 3 minutes a day watching a MindPT session results in 6-8 hours of more positive moods, attitudes and energy and teaches you to automatically think in terms of what can go right. This leads to naturally taking the kinds of actions aligned with your goals, for accelerated success!
A MindPT “session” is a short audio-visual presentation - think of it as a vision board on steroids, created by great achievers and thinkers. Their wisdom is distilled into a stunningly beautiful visual app that is deigned to give you:
  • “Bite sized” immersion into the wisdom and expertise of people who have risen to the top in their fields
  • A powerful priming effect: prime for happiness, peak performance and success!
  • An effortless way to mentally rehearse the successful achievement of any goal
  • A simple way to accelerate learning and easily rise above your old self-defeating patterns
  • An opportunity to uplift, inspire and empower yourself anytime… anywhere!
  • A 3-minute “micro-practice” that eliminates the excuse of “I don’t have time”
  • An easy way to create positive new thought habits and embody empowering beliefs, without resistance
  • A fresh way to target your own specific goals in any MindPT session using its unique customization features


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Initial Research on MindPT by the Institute for Applied Positive Research led by Shawn Achor and Michelle Gielan

Based upon our initial research MindPT has the potential to quickly and effectively positively prime an individual user to create a positive mindset that results in potential improvements to health outcomes, educational outcomes, mood, energy, stress response and business outcomes. In partnership with the Institute for Applied Positive Research founded by Michelle Gielan and Shawn Achor, we have begun testing the impact of a single MindPT session upon an end user. Our first study was to determine if a single session could have an impact upon mood both immediately and hours later. We were unsurprised, based on previous research, to see that a positive prime of 1.5 seconds per image for 3 minutes resulted in higher positive mood immediately, but we were impressed that there was a statistically significant improvement of mood 6-8 hours after initial exposure (11% increased likelihood of reporting a positive day compared to the negative and neutral sessions).

We then tested explicit (consciously aware) and implicit (similar to unconscious) memory. In short, we found that between 27-48% of the content was consciously remembered and that the content was retained even an hour later. This is good for any thought leaders who wanted an effective and efficient vehicle for delivering their content. But more exciting from a research perspective, a single 3 minute MindPT session positively impacted the unconscious thinking patterns of the user. For example, if the user an hour later was provided PRO_______ and then asked to fill in the word, a MindPT user was significantly more likely to finish the stem with a positive word like “protect” instead of “problem” (negative) or “program” neutral. This links to an entire body of research showing that when the mind is positive, a whole host of positive impacts can occur.

Our next steps are to 1) determine how multiple sessions for a subscribed user affects their outcomes, 2) expand beyond memory and mood to stress, energy, productivity, sales, customer service at call centers, likelihood of following up with a doctor or therapist, stress before a medical exam, performance on a standardized test, recidivism rates, etc. the list goes on and on, but we are starting with how MindPT impacts decision making (discounting) which has broad implications for financial planning and career advancement, and 3) how personalizing the MindPT experience impacts the outcomes.