The tool we are writing about today is psychological bandwidth. We define it as the amount of intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual energy we have available to think creatively and make effective decisions. When we feel a sense of wellbeing, presence, inner peace and clarity, our psychological bandwidth is maximal. We are able to marshal our full resources, creativity and Prosperity Thinking on whatever we need to accomplish. In contrast, when we feel pressured, worried, afraid, or preoccupied, our psychological bandwidth is reduced. We have less access to our creative intelligence and Prosperity Thinking. Our breathing becomes more labored, our minds become more distracted and we become less able to focus. Instead of being present, we may dwell about the past or worry about the future. Our unconscious doubts, insecurities and fears can begin to take charge.