Did You Know?

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How do you you cope with change? Your brain comes with tools and equipment to manage and even profit from change. But do you? Here’s a fascinating snippet of changes swirling around you now, as well as those cascading far faster than you may realize. Did you know your brain… Read more »

New YouTube EDU or Brain Based Chats?

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Sat through meetings lately where one person only talks? If so, you’ll be interested to know why your brain bristles, spits and stalls. While many still lecture and demand rote responses in paper-pencil-tests, faculty who know research on retention, tend to facilitate brainpower from wider circles for broader solutions. Have… Read more »

Brain Surgery on Twitter

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Medical students all over the world saw it and you can watch it here –  interactive brain surgery on Twitter. The surgeons, Dr. Steven Kalkanis and Kost Elisevich demonstrated how this media-medical marriage is the new social media way to communicate brain facts – without the medical jargon, and in… Read more »

New Brainpower for Money Matters!

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Some people say that complex financial jargon prevents people from making intelligent money decisions. Others claim that technology rarely lives up to its hype to help people navigate financial opportunities. I say that unless we put brains back into money basics, we’re lost in shambles that “experts” created.     Einstein warned… Read more »

Outsmart Guilt or Pay with Brainpower

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Ever notice, the phone rings with new demands when you’re most vulnerable, just days after you let a family member down, and avoided a neighbor who’d been looking for friendship. The caller’s neither friend nor family but lets you know that everybody else in your club signed up to volunteer… Read more »

Engage Voices on Other Side?

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Slavery works, cried dominant voices, while for centuries brilliant minority voices, with finer insights at times, could have led a richer way.  Had they been engaged, silenced voices could have broken chains that still bind most of us today. Did you know human brains build new neuron pathways with every… Read more »

10 Tone Tips to Live Like Einstein

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Tone takes you deeper into any topic because it allows the other sides to emerge without persecuting people who express differences. Tone’s also the honesty you speak about hot spots, and the calm respect you show to those who disagree. But can good tone come in tough times? Or can… Read more »

Talker or Brain Based Mentor at University?

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Some  university faculty add value to the learning process. Others clearly do not. That’s not new. But what separates good faculty from those who fail the learning process? New neuro-discoveries changed playing fields yet some faculty cling to sage-on-the-stage mentality. Poor faculty see their role to lecture and test for… Read more »

Politically Correct Democracy or Human Brains?

When Dave Taylor posted today, “to be unPC is “critical” to our “healthy democracy,” I wondered about the words PC (or politically correct) and healthy democracy. Consider these words less from common usage, but from a brain based perspective, and you’d likely redefine these two. By the way Dave, sincere… Read more »