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 »

Repaid Sleep Debts?

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Add social networking to all you do now,  and you’re likely looking sleep deprivation smack in the eyeball. Research shows increasingly serious accidents that occur frequently through lack of sleep. Have you seen redemptive research on how sleep debt is repaid with dividends, though? Here’s the skinny. 51% of the… Read more »

10 Twitter Stories in 140 Characters

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As brains rewire for a different kind of social networking, people find the need to explain key concepts in far fewer words. It’s a way to navigate vast facts and insights that fly faster and with more urgency than ever before, while staying in touch with others you admire. Interestingly, … Read more »

Love or Hate Work?

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With 75% of workers claiming to dislike their jobs, it’s never been more critical to rejuvenate workplaces. I’ve been thinking it may be a better idea to renew ourselves and rewire humanity. It’s cool that the brain comes equipped with plasticity to change our situation, even without changing careers. What… Read more »

Write to Add Feet to Beliefs

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What you believe, often creates a hairline opportunity for amazing creations. That’s what we teach here at the MITA International Brain Based Center anyway, and what I re-discovered in my own life last week. No question, it still takes courage and even risks a few mistakes to create the kind… Read more »

Brains for Thrill and Sensation Seeking

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Check out this video to see granny lose her teeth in a daring parachute jump. Would you have taken the dive? Or did you know why not all risk is created equal? Research shows how risk-taking relates to the brain’s dopamine levels and defies logic. Sadly, we too often stifle… Read more »

Lesson from Bureaucracy

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It happened last week,  when I lined up at a New York immigration booth to ask a simple question about fingerprints I was scheduled to submit. My question? I’d simply wanted to ask – Do I fill out a form in hard copy before immigration officers call me in to… Read more »

Target Brain Cell Regeneration

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It was strongly held that adult brains cannot grow new cells or regenerate old ones. Recent research on aging though, is trumping commonly held myths. Elizabeth Gould’s dynamic discoveries in this area recently created an entirely new field of neurogenesis, a discipline that shows how the adult brain generates new… Read more »