Daimon Sweeney

Creator of NeuroMastery®

Silence Your Inner Critical Voice 

— Painlessly, Easily

— In Half a Day, Guaranteed

Reclaim the energy your critical inner voice is sucking out of you.

How long is the workshop? It's 4 1/2 hours, including a half-hour break. The 90-minute follow-up session is one week later on the same day & time. 

Do I have to do "maintenance" work afterward? No. Work afterward is clean-up, noticing any remaining negative self-talk and using methods you'll learn to neutralize it. 

Is this live or recorded? This is a live, small group experience on Zoom.  

Who is the facilitator? Daimon Sweeney is the facilitator. He's the creator of this workshop and of most of the methods it uses.

Is there a workbook? Yes. By the end of the workshop, it will be filled with written documentation of your transformation. 

How is the time used? This is a structured, on-point experience. It's designed to produce the maximum change in the minimum time. It's not a free-form discussion. 

What about confidentiality? You can share your results as we go along if you want, which makes it more interesting and fun, but you can also keep them to yourself. Everyone agrees to keep personal information confidential. No sharing is required. 

What does it feel like? It's all about you, so of course it's engaging, right? Kidding aside, it's one discovery after another, one transformation after another, each one bringing more freedom. Nobody gets bored. It's actually almost fun. A student with ADHD said she couldn't normally do a 4-hour workshop, but this one had her engaged the whole time.

The Quiet Mind Workshop is $297, 

one time, for lifetime changes

Pay in full or make 2 payments of $149

The Absolute Guarantee

It's very simple. You must be completely pleased with your results. 

If not, let us know within two weeks and you'll get a full refund. 

Your results are instant, so you'll know as we proceed if it's working for you.

Then take days to see if the improvements last.

This does not apply to not showing up. You can come to any scheduled workshop. 

Register With the Green Button Below, 

Then Choose Your Workshop Date

Workshops are on the 3rd Saturday, Monthly

Remember, it's 100% guaranteed, and it works.

When Is It? 

For now, the Quiet Mind workshop happens on the third Saturday of each month. 

It's 9:00 to 1:30, Pacific time, with a 90-minute follow-up session a week later.  

Register once and come to any of the workshops. You can even repeat it if you want to go even deeper or learn the skills and methods in more detail.

Who Am I? 

I'm Daimon Sweeney, the creator of NeuroMastery® and the Quiet Mind workshop. 

I've been finding ways to grow into my own potential for decades. That led to breakthroughs anyone can use to create rapid, profound changes for themselves. 

My goal is to share this way of creating inner freedom with more and more people. 

I hope you'll join me and discover how much more you can be.


Now's the time: Free yourself from that inner critic

and improve the rest of your life. 

Click Here to Join the Quiet Mind Workshop 

of Your Choice


Does your critical voice matter? One person said:

"I had no idea it dominated every thought and breath I took.

Do Any of These Sound Familiar? 

Lisa Beats Herself Up 

(so she'll be more productive)

Lisa is driven, ambitious, has high standards, and works tirelessly to achieve her goals. 

When she falls short (in her opinion), she beats herself up and calls herself names. In fact, nothing is good enough for her inner critic. No matter what she does, it tells her she has to do more and do it better. 

She would never speak to someone else as harshly as she speaks to herself, 

but she believes this self-criticism motivates her to do better. 

In reality, her negative self-talk is eroding her confidence and self-esteem, and making it harder for her to achieve her goals. 

Sarah has Imposter Syndrome 

(though she's as competent as anyone) 

Sarah is a successful professional who questions her competence. Despite a proven track record, she fears being exposed as a fraud. 

This is imposter syndrome. 

To avoid being exposed and to prove her worth, Sarah overworks herself. 

She passes up opportunities to advance herself and often doesn't express her ideas and opinions. Her inner voice tells her not to take the risk, to hold back, not to risk being criticized or rejected.

Her constant anxiety and self-doubt create ongoing stress, leading toward burnout, more distant relationships, and even driving her to drink more wine than she should. 

Her fear of being exposed stops her from taking on bigger roles she's fully capable of performing. Her imposter syndrome is an obstacle to her professional success, well-being, and happiness.

Emily is a Perfectionist 

(and tells herself she's never good enough)

Emily is a 35-year-old marketing executive who insists on perfection from herself. 

Her inner voice tells her she must excel professionally, always be beautiful, and be the perfect partner, friend, and daughter — while making it all appear effortless. 

Her critical voice harps on any perceived fault or failure, examining and re-examining her words and actions to see if she messed up anywhere. 

Despite her show of confidence, Emily lives with self-doubt and anxiety. She wonders if she'll ever be good enough. 

She spends hours obsessing over the smallest details, often putting her personal well-being and relationships in last place as she pursues unattainable perfection. 

Emily's critical inner voice has her trapped, preventing her from enjoying her successes and her life.

  • Do you beat yourself up when you don't do as well as you think you should? 
  • Do you constantly feel you have to do more, no matter how much you do?
  • Do you talk to yourself in ways you would never talk to someone else?
  • Do you refer to yourself with insulting names? 
  • Do you overwork to prove your worthiness? 
  • Do you pass up opportunities to take a bigger or more visible role? 
  • Do you extend yourself for others beyond your healthy limits? 
  • Do you feel you're on the way to burnout? 
  • Are you a perfectionist? 
  • Do you put on a good face, but inside you're anxious and doubt yourself?
  • Do you feel you have to make everything look effortless? 
  • Do you replay everything to see if you did anything wrong? 
  • If you say, "I'm not enough" does that feel true? 

They All Have a Relentless Inner Critical Voice

— and Here's What It Does To Them

Criticism from yourself or others puts you in "fight or flight." Your brain and body prepare for physical attack or running away.  

Constant criticism from inside yourself keeps you in this state. That's very wearing and can destroy your well-being, success, health, and happiness. 

How so? 

The brain shuts down... 

With fight or flight (or freeze), blood leaves your brain and you get tunnel vision

Up to half or more of the blood leaves your frontal cortex, redirected to your big muscles to run or fight. 

Critical thinking, perspective, and memory shut down. 

The blank brains of stage fright and test anxiety are examples. 

New ideas of how you could be or what you could do are automatically rejected. 

While tunnel vision helps you focus on a physical threat. In a social or business situation it keeps you from seeing possibilities, or another's point of view. 

You get stuck. Maybe you go over and over the same stories, ruminating.

Do you have an argument that repeats almost word for word, inevitably, even though you want it to stop?  

The body shuts down...

Just like the brain, fight/flight shuts down many of your body's systems to bare maintenance. The energy needed to run your

        ... digestion 

        ... immune system

        ... reproductive system

        ... cell and tissue nourishment and repair

  gets diverted to your muscles, while those other systems go on standby. 

What happens to your health if this is an ongoing condition? Nothing good. 

Here's What People Said

  • [M]y critical voice has turned into a cheerleader.
  • The only thing wrong with me is the idea that there's something wrong with me. 
  • The need to be critical - I don't have that now.   
  • [My critical v]oice has become positive.  
  • My critical voice is like a distant whisper. and much less to say.

How the Quiet Mind Workshop 

Stops the Critical Voice

We all know new technology can let us do previously impossible things. 

While it may sound too good to be true, now we have new "technology" for rewiring the brain, rapidly, easily, and in a lasting way. 

That means we can actually transform emotional states, reactions to memories, limiting beliefs, and much more. 

All you need is guidance. There are no gadgets involved. 

Let me explain.

  • Your critical voice is a neural network. 
  • Some of your 86 billion neurons are wired together to make it work
  • Now we can change neural networks at will, including that one
  • We can change it so much that the critical voice disappears. 

It's really that simple.

The Neuroscience of Rapid Change

It's all based on a neuroscience discovery called memory reconsolidation, which identifies the five steps the brain itself uses to change its learned patterns. 

The steps are simple and logical. I explain it all in the workshop, but the two keys that make this approach so outstanding are: 

1. We're using the new neuroscience of rapid change (as I call it).

2. I've translated the scientific insights into simple, reliable, very effective methods that anyone can use.

3. In the workshop we use a series of methods that effectively access and neutralize the critical voice neural network. 

That means you can change in a few hours what would otherwise take months, or, more likely, never happen. 

About the Workshop 

The workshop itself is half a day, with a 90-minute follow-up a week later to clear up any hangers-on.

All you do is follow along. Everything is step-by-step. If you're reading this, you can do it. 

We make one change after another, with feedback and time for questions. 

It's action-oriented. We don't spend time just sharing or telling stories. 

I'll be there to get your feedback as we progress, and to answer any questions. 

My guarantee is that your mind will become quiet

That voice will be silent, or very faint, or it may even turn positive. 

This may feel strange, but you'll grow to like it very much. 

That quiet gives you the space to become increasingly who you are. 

It's a huge change from being lectured, bullied, and ordered around all the time by your inner critic.

You'll feel different, and you'll be different. You'll be able to respond to people and situations from more confidence, self-respect and authenticity. It's a life-changing experience, 

Join us.  

Did You Answer Yes? 

If you answered yes to any of those, chances are you have a critical inner voice driving your thoughts, feelings, and actions.​

It's not healthy, and it will not go away by itself. 

The quickest, easiest way to eliminate it is the Quiet Mind workshop. 

Full Payment Bonus: Bring someone for free

Yes, if you pay in full, you can bring a guest. 

You'll get the details on that after you register. 

Imagine doing this with a friend, partner, or family member. 

It could help change a relationship or be an amazing gift. 

Here's the big insight

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A Note to Men and Non-Females: While the examples below are all feminine, critical self-talk can be equally crippling for anyone. Everything said here applies equally to you, and you are welcome here.