The Mita Whole Brain Game comes highly tested after 25 years working with learners and leaders who want better returns for mental output.
What if the popular 20Q (game show) converted into steps for a new culture of character that includes caring?
Two-footed questions improve the odds for building good character in schools, colleges and workplaces, in several ways. The two feet simply add action to asking, and include reflections on both sides of the brain for solutions.
Questioners arrive at the best answers by doing whatever it takes to help people move from traditional limitations into possibilities for finer characters in a new era.
Rather than blame others for violence, and unethical practices, notice that all questions below involve questioners in finding character-building solutions:
Have you ever lost something valuable? You bounce between feelings of helplessness and clinging to trust that somebody out there may help.
You image the worst, yet hope for any way to prevent disastrous consequences from your loss.
Before I discovered my bank card and credit cards missing the other day, Jenn Davison and Danielle Ouillette made an amazing ethical choice that changed my entire summer. How so?
Last month we added 80,000 new jobs. The problem? Unemployment still soars to 12.7 million in US according to The Washington Post.
What will spike the kind of jobs that can save our nation from job loss?
Marketed as entrepreneurship- capitalism can sacrifice talented people to egos who promote policies that force many out.
People often fear mergers and for good reason. Workers fear losing cooperation they’ve cultivated. Leaders fear compromise and gridlocks that robs progress. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Over the past few decades, soft skills have skidded over cliffs, where they are less visible, and deemed cheaper than more-in- demanded hard skills.
What if Christmas is a soft skill, though? Would that diminish or cheapen its value?
Christmas stokes belief. It takes skill to see God as divinity, and humans as created.
Thankfulness circles into serotonin well being and fuels the human brain for surprising outcomes. Today, for instance, I received an unexpected reminder of from Sue Dungey, a game-changing waitress I encountered at Brantford’s, Williams Fresh Cafe on Market St. How so?
Read Brain-Powering Your Dream if you’re ready to leap at a new challenge?
[dare to dream]
Dare to Dream with Whitney
Imagine for even a moment, how today could embark you on a brilliant journey toward your most compelling dream!
Stopped in your tracks by pressures from financial woes? Tired of a job that’s going nowhere? Without good ideas to lead your innovation? Let laughter crack you up and stir up new aha moments when you need them most. Much more than coping, you can discover new initiatives through comedy, because a lighthearted attitude often brings eureka moments of unexpected inspiration. Research shows that with humor the brain increases activity in your anterior cingulated cortex, in preparation for problem solving.