Living Brain Myths or Realities?

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Add life-changing brainpower  through replacing mental myths with  brain facts that reboot your brain. 1. MYTH:Other people or work bore you and that’s why you’re not getting ahead as you’d like. Reality: Boredom is more a habit formed in brains, and shaped by your choices,  than a reality.  2. MYTH:Disorganized… Read more »

Einstein Saw Reality’s Persistence – You?

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Joanna Young,  over at Confident Writing started people thinking about persistence, and that got me seeing how hanging-in’s not always a brain’s noblest attribute. Have you seen the opposite sides of persistence too? When Einstein stated that reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one, he opened a… Read more »

Expand or Stump Creativity at Work?

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Now that tired and broken systems are falling, the stage is cleared for innovative incentives and a better place. Yet a Harvard Business School article today reminds us today that the competitive climates we’ve created literally shut down the creativity we could otherwise cultivate. Have you thought about what shuts… Read more »

Frantic or Focused? A Brain’s Choices

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You start your day with fresh coffee aromas, serotonin spikes a sense of well being in response, and a warm muffin tops off your shot at winning on another day.  Energized by a good sleep,  creativity stoked,  you’re set for career adventures people only dream of attaining. Life is good…. Read more »

Train Dolphins but “Develop” Human Brains

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Rather than diversity training why not develop a new eye for the brainpower added when we tap into diverse talents. Would we not mine new gems across ethnicity, gender and age, mixed in at every level? Instead of training people for more theories, let’s shift to develop less gaps between… 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 »

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 »