Category Archives: Smart skills 41-50 Reflect

Values for Brain Powered Climate

eweber   August 2, 2009   48 Comments

Imagine a climate of peace, with humility that inspires, and people who recognize talents, and you’ve just begun to awaken intrapersonal intelligence. Build healthy relationships that shape character, and your brain cultivates new neuron pathways toward spirit and highest values such as caring in your character and in others. Or… Read more »

Reflect Change with Smart Skills

eweber   February 16, 2009   27 Comments

To reflect is to change, even change that creates friction at times! Apply novel approaches and you encounter ruts inside the human brain. Have you seen it happen? Transformation, especially ethical renewal that adds dividends for all,  takes risk! To move stagnant mental eddies into rushing waterfalls requires novel approaches,… Read more »

Reflect Peace to Trump any Battle Plan

eweber   February 15, 2009   8 Comments

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… Read more »

Reflect for Brainier Online Results

eweber   February 12, 2009   21 Comments

If online success is your goal, you’ll want to toss talents into the ring in ways that win more for the entire virtual circle. People often start online groups only to find that a few people with weaker tone skills, set up polarities rather than engage opposing views with respect…. Read more »

Reflect Values Beyond Wall St. Prostitutes

eweber   February 8, 2009   5 Comments

Recent 20/20 reports how Wall Street leaders bought top prostitutes with your hard earned money. Well, they paid prostitutes millions monthly from corporate accounts and falsely called it contract payments, in order to deduct phony expenses from taxes.  You decide whose money paid for this deceit, or why NYPD turned… Read more »

Reflect – Then Bolt from Meetings!

eweber   February 7, 2009   9 Comments

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… Read more »

Reflect to Change your Mind

eweber   February 5, 2009   8 Comments

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… Read more »

Reflect on Life-Changing Brain Facts

eweber   February 4, 2009   6 Comments

If you knew more about the human brain, and it did nothing to improve your day, the discoveries would be rather useless. The opposite is also true when you choose to live beyond mental myths. Reflect on rarely considered facts about your brain, and these insights can inspire a brain… Read more »

Reflect – then Leap like Lauren

eweber   February 3, 2009   6 Comments

You’d be surprised at the most famous YouTube talent out there, as Lauren Luke fits few of the tips we see for talent or for stars. OK, I’ll agree that make up is not central to most of us. Yet Lauren may be onto something that we each hold in… Read more »

Reflect New Approach for Emergency Runways

eweber   February 2, 2009   9 Comments

Reflect widely and you prepare the brain for sudden landings and successful approaches at unexpected emergency runways. How so? 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… 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 »

Plastic Tricks for Brain-Powered Classes

eweber   January 6, 2009   95 Comments

Did you know that your brain’s equipped to change rapidly and to biologically reshape itself through chemical and electrical activity? Or that  plasticity will sizzle brain power into any task? This brain trick can speed up learning or jump start successes most  people crave, and yet too often miss out… Read more »