Category Archives: Smart skills 31-40 Move

Move Intelligence Up a Notch Today

eweber   January 30, 2009   53 Comments

If you believe IQ is fixed, then it could well be so for you, because of the way belief fuels or limits mental plasticity and brainpower. Want more intelligence by the end of today though? Then simply act on one or more of your multiple intelligences, and expect your dendrite… Read more »

Move Innovation into Inventions

eweber   January 26, 2009   18 Comments

The moment a problem is spotted – an invention awaits the creative mind. According to Robert Lee Holtz, Wall Street Journal Science Columnist, Researchers found that sudden insights or Eureka moments show unique neural activity in EEG sensors. Interesting, ahha moments of sudden insights are the culmination of an intense… Read more »

Move to Replace Broken Systems

eweber   January 25, 2009   30 Comments

Somebody said it’s easier to move a graveyard, than to move people’s routines in some workplaces. Others suggest more money would fix workplace problems, yet research shows that performance related pay sometimes backfires. Have you seen genuine change that adds improvements or have you seen people long for new results… Read more »

Move Brainpower into Reconfigured Learning

eweber   January 21, 2009   24 Comments

It’s no secret that secondary schools stunt teens’ talent, yet where is the stir for strategies to boost brainpower they bring to class daily? Sit through a university lecture, and you’ll agree that brainpower remains untapped, even for faculty. Learners hold amazing segues into mental reserves, yet educational organizations look… Read more »

Move Beyond Myths of Safety

eweber   January 20, 2009   12 Comments

Today’s inaugural speech reminds us again that life can deeply decay while leaders on top focus more on safety‘s defense than on potential growth. While renewal stretches a brain’s plasticity into growth and change, brainpower is inhibited daily by playing it safe through fear or anxious concern. Do you maintain… Read more »

Move People Back to Center

eweber   January 19, 2009   8 Comments

Watch any round-table, workplace or learning setting jettison forward with people held in esteem, and you’ll see a fast track back to innovation, after systems break or stagnate. Yet we often see technology glitch in ways to shift people to outer edges of learning situations, rather than at the center.¬†… Read more »

Move Beliefs into Action to Win

eweber   January 18, 2009   14 Comments

Your brain’s equipped to do far more with even the most basic belief, that you nudge into action. Multiple intelligences, for example, offer tools to move beliefs into action for a finer world. It often takes insights that come from daydreaming. According to Robert Lee Holtz, Wall Street Journal Science… Read more »

Move Past Regret by Doing its Opposite

eweber   January 17, 2009   22 Comments

Asked what they most regretted, retirees named lack of preparation for retirement. You? People who regret¬† missed chances from past, also tended to focus less on present prospects. No wonder lamenters continue to miss out daily. New studies show that older folks should let go of regret faster, with some… Read more »

Move Tone Tools to Open Opportunities

eweber   January 16, 2009   41 Comments

Have you ever observed a skilled facilitator use tone tools to turn around a tough situation? Tone skills open mental gateways both to speak ethically and to feel heard. They also communicate respect across differences, and find winning solutions within opposing views. What’s your tone IQ? People who engage others,… Read more »