Category Archives: multiple intelligences

Expect Active Participation by Facilitating

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How many times do participants speak and feel heard when you present new ideas? Facilitation skill allows people to speak and ethically nudges steller interests and abilities toward a shared finish line for quality growth. How so? 1. Question possibilities by raising one umbrella query to launch your presentation. Lectures… Read more »

Expect Peace in Brain Based Bits

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Imagine a climate of peace, with language that inspires, and people who cheer on your talents. Would you agree that peace would have been a better plan than war in most cases you’ve observed? Not a passive peace, but a robust plan where many angles from different viewpoints move forward… Read more »

Expect Outrageous Agility with Age

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Some people fully expect to fizzle out when they retire and many do just that. Others expect to burn strong, and with research on their side, they seem to hit their finest stride in senior years. What do you expect? Will you fizzle out or burn strong, like Art Zugnoni,… Read more »

Questions to Leap Over Life’s Ruts

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Most people hope at some time or another to move from where they stand at that moment, into a better place for their future. Especially if following predictable schedules is holding back personal progress. Yet have you noticed that strong traditions rarely yield to finer approaches in at work?  Even… Read more »

Question to Refuel Finances Past Media Fears

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If you listened lately to the media’s constant streams of financial fears, you likely fail to shop much for loved ones over giving times such as Christmas. Not that buying less detracts from the magic of Christmas. Yet sadly,  gloomy news turns into poor proceeds for business, just as fear… Read more »

Communication Builds what Jargon Breaks

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If you can convey complex messages to ten year olds and win back enthused responses, you’ve likely connected with the kind of zip that sets meaning into gold casings for the rest of us. Check out 106 ways to become a master connector. In spite of what we tell ourselves,… Read more »

We Shall Not Be Moved? Yikes!

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Are you unmoved or moved as media reports daily bombard your world with further fallout from financial fiascoes? I mean are you doing finances differently, and inspiring others to do the same? Perhaps it’s time to rethink our responses and create a better way forward. Daily you choose for growth… Read more »

Where’s Your Common Sense?

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We’ve all heard it spoken. He hasn’t got a lick o’ common sense. Or, she may be book smart, but without a tad of insight from common sense. Turns out that common sense is not so common after all. No panic though, since human gene pools come hardwired with a… Read more »

The Brain on Music

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  Have you ever used music at work to jack up productivity or change your mood? One popular listening task’s a  huge part of  college and secondary students’ learning when they simply use music to improve focus. Survey your  music IQ as part of your multiple intelligences, and see why its cadence enhance … Read more »

The Brain on Music

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  Have you ever used music at work to jack up productivity or change your mood? One popular listening task’s a  huge part of  college and secondary students’ learning when they simply use music to improve focus. Survey your  music IQ as part of your multiple intelligences, and see why its cadence enhance … Read more »