Posts from ‘January, 2011’

10 Brainpowered Wonders in The King’s Speech

1. Trust builds the kind of chemical and electrical circuitry that sparks confidence and intelligence. A lifetime gift!  No wonder The King’s Speech is winning top awards, as it showcases the trust lost in many circles, craved by most and often regal in its healing and growing power when present. 2. Dopamine enables confident speech, […]

Are You a Whole Pie Leader?

Board room exchanges, give false impressions that if newcomers gained access to leadership – there’d be less for people already in. No wonder leaders grab onto power and block outsiders from entry. Brainpowered approaches, favor whole pies for all who lead, so that diversity becomes an asset. How so? If you select the one-piece-only deficit […]

Mind Makeover Coming to Forbes.Com

Check out life-changing  benefits of a Mind Makeover – located at Forbes.com. My new Forbes blog will show how to open new brainpowered opportunities by working  more with your brain, than against it. How so? Want more enthusiasm where you work?  You’ll see how boredom is more a habit formed in brains, and learn practical […]

Hardwired Nation for Violence and Abuse

The current rhetoric for war, cynicism and violence gives a graphic demonstration that poor tone can be acquired.  In much the same way as  consistent practice will literally alter your DNA, we’ve hardwired our nation against peace. The brain shapes and changes itself based on your daily actions. Abusive tone, delivered by high-speed Internet connections, […]

Does a Genius Need Ethics?

Can people be considered genius – without any moral compass to guide their actions? Are swindlers enabled where you work, under the guise of intelligence? In an age where horizons shift, leaders look past moral failures of big business, and a sense of new beginnings enters the fray, where do ethics fit? Look into intuitive […]

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