Monthly Archives: July 2009

Competition- Barb or Boost to Brainpower?

Researchers suggest that social competition may be the reason for bigger brains and few disagree with that scientific evidence. My question is, in addition to increased cranial capacity, what ethical influences do competitions play in human minds? Brain gurus such as David Geary show positive proof of growth through competition…. Read more »

Power Up Brains for Consensus

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Nothing’s more important for revolutionary change than ethical consensus building, yet your brain’s basal ganglia works against¬† collaboration.¬† Worse, it locks you into comfort zones. How so? Faced with innovation,¬† your amygdala poses threats against ongoing change and tempts leaders to settle for safe routines. It takes gifted facilitators to… Read more »