Schumann resonance (frequency the EM field of the Earth is vibrating at) peaked this year at 36 Hz, and we can't get away with not feeling it somehow. What this is doing to us collectively and independently is, well, not being really talked about very much but there are plenty of suggestions in the search engines.
All kinds of things are speeding up. A while ago we made a big thing of the speeding up of time, and what this could mean, and while it didn't really come to anything too many people felt it of all ages (not an "as we get older" phenomenon, then) for it to be a coincidence. Now, we're asking questions about the fabric of life we haven't asked before, perhaps because we weren't able to ask them then.
"Ok. So, I'm glad you have managed to develop a way of helping people become more productive and manage their time more effectively.
But I am afraid I have to end the conversation here. This is pseudoscience at best. If it works for you, great.
Quantum Mechanics and the Workplace
How does quantum mechanics relate to a business model?
In traditional methodology, a business model relies upon predicted outcomes and scenarios deemed likely to manifest at certain times. One of the primary features of quantum mechanics is the uncertainty principle, whereby speed and position cannot be known simultaneously, and the depth of uncertainty in this field is responsible for ensuring that no event can be exactly the same as any other event. Where the level of uncertainty in future events is respected and accounted for, there is greater freedom to create solutions to problems as they are encountered, and to stay ahead of the curve in trends and demands as they arise.
People change, while companies are often reluctant to account for the need to change in allowing for personal growth and development, thereby resisting the very factors that could contribute to the growth and development of the company itself. The nature of quantum law is such that we flow through time with past and future equalised in proportional influence, whereby neither past nor future can hold sway over what will become - we create a future through perspective, corresponding with the frame of reference we wish to perceive. By moving away from reliance on forecast and certainty towards a principle of creativity and opportunity, this perception relies instead on positivity and furtherance, automatically creating a foundation for continuous improvement.
Why do employees need to know about quantum mechanics?
The truth is, everyone already knows about quantum mechanics because we are made of quantum particles, therefore the frame of reference which our physical components collectively recognise is based on quantum laws. When people are given an opportunity to view themselves and their environment from perspectives which take this into account, the sharing of knowledge puts into motion a system of belief-based action which allows for major changes to take place over a short space of time, usually three to four weeks, and for this new system to engender new protocols in self-management, relationships and material handling. The entire fabric of reality is viewed in a progressive, healthy way and people find benefits manifesting in their personal lives alongside the changes taking place in the working environment.
What happens when quantum mechanics is introduced to the workplace?
Quantum mechanics is already in the workplace, only under normal circumstances the many opportunities for quantum laws to operate negatively are inadvertently fostered. When realisation of these laws comes into play, and their principles are consciously adopted in operational functions, best-practice becomes an automatic model, for no-one wants to fuel negativity. Productivity rises, communication fosters trust and co-operation, handling of materials and equipment becomes respectful and duty of care expands to fill the space available, permeating every part of the company by default.