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Ode to Innovation Brainpower!

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Have you every thought of practicing to be a genius at anything? Several gurus in intelligence, claim that endurance and hard work get higher grades than raw intelligence scores from IQ tests. Do you agree?  Einstein claimed he was no more intelligent than others – but he stayed with problems… Read more »

MITA Brain Renewal for Leading and Learning

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What makes MITA renewal so different from  multiple intelligence theory  and evidence based learning theory that make it up? Thanks to Dr. Robyn McMaster‘s masterful handiwork with cameras and talented online solutions, we’re able to carry on the MITA renewal conversation that we engage in many countries and among delightfully… Read more »

Plan for Brainpower Boom

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Life-changing answers will come more from progressive innovators,  than from leaders who languish in stress and former failures. Have you seen it too? A brainpower boom is on the horizon for a rejuvenated global economy,  and it’s already touching daily lives. Will you be on board with the best brains… Read more »

Plan for Brainpower Boom

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Life-changing answers will come more from progressive innovators,  than from leaders who languish in stress and former failures. Have you seen it too? A brainpower boom is on the horizon for a rejuvenated global economy,  and it’s already touching daily lives. Will you be on board with the best brains… Read more »

Welcome to Brain Leaders and Learners!

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As a lifetime student of the brain, I’ve barely scratched the surface of compelling new questions that empower learning and leading. Questions that harness more brainpower and add success to an ordinary day. Look at newly available brain imaging, for instance, and you’ll spot daily opportunities that spill over into learning… Read more »