Category Archives: perfectionism

Higher Education Reinvention

eweber   November 3, 2009   3 Comments

  Higher Education and Brain Based Benefits   Ask the lecturer in this video and he will say he engages listeners.  He might even go on to suggest today’s audiences expect too much and give too little. Ask listeners and they may support these 100 reasons to run hard from… Read more »

Why Brain Based Approaches?

eweber   April 10, 2009   12 Comments

Spot any gap where you live or work, regardless of how small, and you may well be staring into the eyeballs of your own destiny.  How so? Even though I taught university classes and facilitated top leaders around the world for many years, it still surprises me how few people… Read more »

Reflect to Extend Daily Reach

eweber   January 31, 2009   18 Comments

To reflect is to shuffle the human brain out from its daily ruts, rouse it from from routine resting places and compel it into wider reaches. Reflection often signals a lofty vision, not evident to a non-reflective mind.  What’s your mind-bending aspiration? According to Robert Lee Holtz, Wall Street Journal… Read more »

Run from Perfect for Your Brain’s Sake

eweber   December 4, 2008   5 Comments

The desire to be perfect can shrink brainpower needed to become a great leader. How so? Perfectionism is bad for the brain! Thanks Anna Farmery for engaging ideas about perfectionism and the human brain at your popular podcasts. Listen here to “brains on perfect” between Anna and me.   Tell us… Read more »

A Brain on Perfect is Often Late too

eweber   November 2, 2008   8 Comments

Your hardest hitting efforts fall short of others’ expectations.  Fun melts away like ice cream on a scorching afternoon. It’s too cold, or too hot for, but rarely right. Health suffers and anxiety spikes. Would peers describe you as perfectionist? If so, you’re likely habitually late, and likely armed with… Read more »