The Energy Code: 7 Keys to Activating Your DNA for Increased Productivity, Creativity, Innovation and Profit

Ever noticed the mood you wake up with in the morning can have an effect on your whole day? Ever wondered if maybe how you felt when you woke up actually created the events of your day, that somehow your inside was affecting your outside? Ever wished you could change? This book is all about providing you with the answers. In The Energy Code, Elisabetta L. Faenza shares the compelling science behind mood, energy and performance and provides some common sense tools to help make the most of our genetic and energetic potential. But don't be fooled, this is no dry science primer, or head-in-the-clouds self-help book. Elisabetta has the knack of taking complex science and explaining it in a way that is compelling, easy to understand and practical. Drawing on her 30 years of experience as an international speaker, trainer, consultant, and performance expert, Elisabetta makes sense of the latest scientific breakthroughs coming from quantum biology, peptide chemistry and neuroscience and reveals how this information can improve your health and performance in all areas of your life. Elisabetta will share with you: how to utilize the way your mind and body works to overcome any unwanted habit, the 16 Personality States and how they influence brain function, focus and energy levels, the 4 Modes of Performance and how to harness them to be more productive, and the 7 keys to activating your DNA and how these can improve performance.

Elisabetta L. Faenza As the daughter of an Australian school teacher and an Italian immigrant, I was raised between two cultures, and gained a love for language and story telling at an early age. In the 1960s and 70s Australian was predominantly white, Anglo-Saxon, and so a very olive skinned, blue-eyed child stood out, and I was often referred to as a half-caste. Sounds ridiculous now, but Australia was a much less sophisticated place back then. Being the outsider influenced my view of the world, and made me an observer of people, behavior and culture - something that has been very valuable as a writer. I studied languages and psychology at university as an undergraduate and have a Master's Degree in International Relations, which I completed in my early thirties. I'm also a qualified hypnotherapist and MBTI personality profiler, which really helps me to shape each character's psyche. I've had a life long love of history, people and the places they live, love and die in. I began the research for The Infidel and Veritas over twenty-five years ago and am working on both the prequel to the series - Paul the Assassin, and the sequel to Veritas - Faventia, both due for release in 2016. I live near Braidwood in Australia, with my partner and four children, where I also assists environmental and social enterprises, and indulge my love of the arts and growing food.

Marketing & Publicity