Any IQ score or standardized test result can address the question, How smart are they? Yet most of us who hope to awaken brainpower in our students, agree that mere numbers say little about their real capabilities. On the other hand, if you want to ensure students actively master a… Read more »
Challenges we face daily call for imagination we cultivate consistently! How so? When leaders fail us, finances challenge, or people disappoint, imagination will help us navigate pathways into freedom’s playground – beyond fear or frustration. Have you seen it? Why then, do we sometimes trigger stress rather than bask in… Read more »
Fear feels like a natural response to facts brandished about without any ability to respond. If you ask a simple – What if … question though, fear moves into freedom that innovative change-agents enjoy! A mental barrier to freedom, fear of failure’s understandable when you think about it. Salacious front-liners … Read more »
What’s the solution? An online game!
What’s the problem? Mentoring is too one-way, as it currently rolls out. Older mentors dictate practices to upstarts even when upstarts have far more valued skills to teach. It hurts entire organizations as it keeps poor practices alive, and blocks leadership opportunities for enthusiastic young experts in any field.
Before you decide how money impacts happiness – consider the following questions.
Were people happier before the financial crisis?
How did Thoreau compare happiness and riches?
What riches tend to add more mental wealth?
Can online repair unhappiness from broken systems?
Could happiness help you to sidestep life’s inevitable financial struggles?
Have you ever feared failure when you really needed to win? Just as you hit cutting edges of a brilliant opportunity fear can stalk genius – so we all lose.
Scared or Smart?
Terrified‘s a fitting response to salacious front-liners that favor greed and tout ethical lacks to cripple entire communities.
When you question with two feet the brain creates new neuron pathways toward answers from both right and left sides.
Here are two-footed questions that show how it work:
Dr. Ellen Weber – is both an American and Canadian citizen, recognized globally for brain-compatible leading, learning and assessment renewal based on people’s hidden and unused capabilities. Lecturer, MBA Leadership professor, TV and radio guest, author of books by major publishers, leader and participant in several international renewal projects, award… Read more »
Would you agree that financial failures tend to paralyze? Or have you noticed how money worries rob personal freedom? It takes brainpower tools to move beyond panic’s grip, when caught between sinking cash and rising expenditures. Holidays can elevate money anxieties. Media dwells on chilling predictions of financial woes to… Read more »
What’s the trigger in some people’s questions that get even the experts tossing back responses? Have you ever considered how a second foot adds momentum to your queries? It’s easy to default to ruts through asking questions that generate rigid routines, rather than lead to personal growth. Let’s say you… Read more »