Neurocore Training the Brain for Success

Neurocore is studying the brain’s ability to focus on one thing, like reading a book, and being able to shut out interference. It is not about forcing ourselves to focus on one thing. The brain finds itself on a comfortable project and then settles in and doesn’t let anything lure attention away until it is completed with the task. This is an optimal level that is the difference between putting in an average performance as opposed to a great one. Actors and athletes are using this mental ability as part of their training regiment. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.

If you’re planning to shoot a basketball into a hoop, you can say to yourself what the instructions are to properly shoot the basket. You might get the basketball through the hoop, or you may not. You should use your muscle memory instead of being in the head and talking or thinking to yourself, walking your way through. The muscle memory is more automatic than self-talk.

A muscle memory is set through plenty of repetitions and practice. Some athletes, like a basketball player, may need to do something to signal the muscle memory into action. Bouncing a basketball a few times can get the brain to relax while the muscle memory can take over. All living things no matter what age, respond well to positive feedback in order to have a good performance. The brain is able to feel good one moment and bad the next. Read more about Neurocore at

Neurocore was founded by Dr. Tim Royer in 2004. The original purpose of Neurocore was to help children and adults with attention-deficit disorder, concentration problems, and isomnia. Today, it’s not just the problems people have in their brains that interests Neurocore. Neurocore wants to know what it is about the brain of the highly successful person and how can other people access the same thing for their own success. Everyone regardless of their mental capabilites, should be able to benefit from brain optimization. Not everyone can be a star, but they can see improvement in their work and hobbies. The brain functions better with positive thoughts than with pessimistic ones.