Monthly Archives: July 2018

Why Change What Appears Unbroken?

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Most people are aware that healthy brains flex frequently, rewire daily and respond to  differences in ways that spawn growth. Lesser known however, is the fact that our flexibility peters out often before mental changes actually jump-start.  Unfortunately, we risk sliding into a cerebral gridlock or resistance to change, when… Read more »

Create Calm from Chaos with Brain-Friendly Choices

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Feel hopeless because of a tough situation you’re stuck in today? Frustrated by leaders who value money, power or influence more than supporting you, “the people?” Watching personal possibilities slip away, along with your problem-solving skills? Good news is here if we dip into personal mental resources.  Our brains come… Read more »

Solve Daily Dilemmas with Neural Solutions

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Stubborn snags that slow us  down daily often link to brilliant solutions our brains already possess. It’s merely a matter of connecting the problem to a brainy possibility. Take yesterday. I started my day heading to a Rotary meeting, and ended up at Crystal Glass where I replaced a car… Read more »

Does Your Meeting Match You?

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I opened my door to hear my neighbors little daughter announce with delight, “Look Auntie Ellen, I match me!” Ruthie pointed to her purple hair ribbons, lilac sweater and mauve socks. Kids sometimes see connections in delightful shades  that match, links that adults often miss. Take meetings, for example. During… Read more »

Give Yourself Brain Based Golf Lessons

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Most agree that golf’s a cerebral game, so it makes sense to play with more brainpower in mind. Luckily we retain 90% more by teaching others as we learn ourselves, so it also makes sense for novice golfers to teach what they learn here to other wanna-be golfers. Lesser known… Read more »

Mistakes We Make about Introverts. Inner Secret Truths Exposed

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“He’s not interested in communicating with others,” his mother apologized. “Brett’s our introvert,” she said as if introversion defined Brett’s entire character. We’ve all heard it. He’d rather be alone. Or, she rarely accepts party invitations, preferring to read at home alone. All the above relates to our intrapersonal intelligence,… Read more »