2020 Change or Stay the Same?

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Feeling stressed, alone or overwhelmed during a holiday, while those around you seem to revel in festivity and fun? If so, you’ll be glad to know that our brains hold enormous tools for another run at a life in a healthier, more enjoyable lane. It’s also true that when we… Read more »

Mind-guiding – Brain Based Mentorship for a New Era

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The new international mentorship handbook is finally here! This first collection of modern mentoring applies solid theory to robust-world practice. Find clearly defined programs, and get recommendations from international experts. In today’s connected world community, mentoring approaches benefit when we can view highly effective implementation. Yet practical models are surprisingly… Read more »

Six Steps to Avoid Holiday Heartaches

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Avoid Kindling Grief Christmas or Hanukkah holidays can kindle killer sorrow after loss, disappointment, or memories of missteps.  Some choose avoidance as a strategy to handle grief during holidays, but our brains hold a far better way to holiday happiness. Whether a friend let us down, a schedule left us… Read more »

Nativity Game to ReMap Christmas

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Have you ever imagined yourself in a real and living role during that first Christmas? Have you wondered what Mary saw the day of her son’s birth? How did Joseph feel? Why did one star shine brightest? What were the shepherds saying to one another at that mind-bending event? What… Read more »

Risk a Holiday Dream

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What stands between you this holiday season, and a dream you hold? Holidays may hold fun flights for some, but for others, celebrations tend to dim dreams and give grief. Luckily there are a few flights we can all access, regardless where we stand now, or in spite of challenges… Read more »

Question for a Grace Mindset

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What does it take to leave others feeling more appreciated, and ourselves feeling more like victors than victims? To appreciate ourselves and others more, is to find comfort, joy and kindness in little things all around us over this holiday! YOUR TURN! Join our Brain Based Circles! Would love to… Read more »

War or Peace – Our Brain’s Perspective

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Type the word PEACE into Libby.com audio books and their vast library collection showcases only 55 audio titles. Type WAR into the same data base and a whopping 986 titles bounce back. My case for peace is made. We may talk peace but we teach, re-enact, celebrate and push war!… Read more »

10 Brain-Friendly Bad Habit Busters

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We may take comfort in the fact that nobody is perfect. Yet when our imperfections become annoying or harmful habits, it’s time for a brain busting coping mechanism to kick a practice or pattern that’s doing us in. Fortunately our brains come fully equipped to bust bad habits, and we… Read more »

Thankfulness beyond Differences for Thanksgiving Fun!

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What does it take to leave others feeling more appreciated, and ourselves feeling more like victors than victims? To appreciate ourselves and others more, is to find comfort and joy in the little things all around us! When we start fun discussions at Thanksgiving Day celebrations, we often generate mind-bending… Read more »

Lead insults or ideas?

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More and more we must endure fights between leaders with few facts from either, in what’s billed as debate yet illustrated as brawls. It happens in US politics and also among Canadian leaders. Why lead with insults to the other side and miss innovational opportunities on ours? Sadly the brain… Read more »