Posts under ‘Smart skills 1-10 Question’

Politically Correct Democracy or Human Brains?

When Dave Taylor posted today, “to be unPC is “critical” to our “healthy democracy,” I wondered about the words PC (or politically correct) and healthy democracy. Consider these words less from common usage, but from a brain based perspective, and you’d likely redefine these two. By the way Dave, sincere thanks for raising keen topics […]

Reflect Peace to Trump any Battle Plan

What tactics would you engage to solve conflicts, if war or violence was no longer an option? Perhaps a better way of asking is, “What marks of a peace plan could trump your next battle plan?” Consider those who act on deep seated beliefs, such as generosity, service and social justice, when pushed into tough […]

Reflect – Then Bolt from Meetings!

Tom Hansen said it best in his cartoon video Why Meetings Suck! Check out this hilarious video and when you stop laughing you’ll likely see yourself also trapped in the meeting Hansen dramatizes. Hopefully you’re not the bloke who leads such gatherings. In either case,  brain based approaches offer results that transform meetings into vibrant […]

Reflect to Change your Mind

If you’re one to stomp feet or pound fists you’ll be glad to see that science shows a far more malleable brain for calm than once thought. The opposite of frustration is reflection that adds serenity for sharpshooting answers when you most need to get by. In fact, it turns out that reflective actions can […]

Reflect to Extend Daily Reach

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 Science Columnist, Researchers found that […]

Expect Neuron Pathways to Dynamic Solutions

Did you know that your brain’s equipped to change rapidly and to biologically reshape itself through chemical and electrical activity? This brain fact can speed up or slow down the ethical changes people crave, and too often fail to achieve at work. How so? Changes and growth are based more on doing acts though, than […]

Question Myths and Reboot Brainpower

Are you living more myths pushed by cynics than mental realities from innovators? You’ll know by how much success or failure you meet on a daily basis. To achieve more success, for instance, you’ll want to burst through mental myths and begin to ride the adventures of reality. How so? Whenever you question mental myths, […]

Question Research to Create Cutting Edge Tools

An email from Charlie Fern, White House Speech writer, with links to scientists who extract images directly from the brain. reminded me  to question new brain analysis technology.  What specific tool  could it offer my clients at the MITA International Brain Based Center? Do you look at dynamic new insights in your field, with an […]

Question with the Brain in Mind and Move

Life brims over with mystery, and while dynamic revelations open to  questioning minds, it takes movement, design and curiosity to live great questions. Have you ever considered what probe can jettison a human mind from its seemingly content position – to a far finer place? Fortunately, your brain is equipped to both push the bus […]

Questions to Leap Over Life’s Ruts

Most people hope at some time or another to move from where they stand at that moment, into a better place for their future. Especially if following predictable schedules is holding back personal progress. Yet have you noticed that strong traditions rarely yield to finer approaches in at work?  Even though rejuvenated practices would prove […]

Question to Refuel Finances Past Media Fears

If you listened lately to the media’s constant streams of financial fears, you likely fail to shop much for loved ones over giving times such as Christmas. Not that buying less detracts from the magic of Christmas. Yet sadly,  gloomy news turns into poor proceeds for business, just as fear sinks the market, and blocks […]

Question Ahead for Grandparent or Family Roles

Define your interpersonal roles in people’s lives and you’ll succeed more in living those roles with zip. You’ll also be less likely to step on the people you care about. Interpersonal intelligence often starts with family, yet carries into all relationships. How so? You’ve likely heard it too. Parents tell how grandparents give gifts that […]

Question Broken Systems with Solutions in Mind

Why do we settle for broken schools when we see so many brainy teens brimming with quality character come to class? While Chancellor Michelle Rhee attempts to rejuvenate Washington DC’s poor performing schools, with higher expectations and tactics to rise to them, teens drop out in growing numbers. “Our long term goal is to make […]

Question to Know How You are Smart

Ask,  How smart are you? and a person tends to respond negatively and in numerical scores. This question – as worded above – increasingly causes problems, because of new facts that identify differing areas where several intelligences reside in human brains. Unlike  general intelligence ideas, that guided test writers, we now know that people who […]

Question Brainpower Through Mita Growth Survey

We now know that IQ scores increase over a lifetime, that brains hold power tools for ethical excellence, and that dendrite brain cells rewire daily based on what you do. My question is,  Do your multiple intelligences expand too, or are they lifeless through lack of use? Whenever you tap your unique mix of mental […]

Question with Two Feet to Spark Curiosity

Do you question with two feet?

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