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, using realities from current neuro facts, you begin to reboot brainpower for new adventures. It takes specific action though to rewire dendrite brain cells for rejuvenation. How many myths hold you back?
Why not launch a few dynamic new trajectories today, by trying out Smart skills below, that will move beyond the 25 myths into realities that win.
Smart skill 5 – Question Myths and Act out Answers to Reboot Brainpower
1. BOREDOM MYTH:Other people or work bore you and that’s why you’re not getting ahead.
Question:: Since boredom is a mental habit shaped by choices, what about boring talks?
Reboot Brainpower: Sketch or diagram ideas during next boring talk, and plan personal solution based on one fact you hear.
2. DISORGANIZATION MYTH:Unkempt settings have little to do with mental performance.
Question:: What workplace setting would enhance solutions from additional intelligences?
Reboot Brainpower: Tidy immediate work area, and add a plant for added naturalistic intelligence.
3. IMPROVEMENT MYTH:When events change, then people can feel better about their future.
Question:: How is well-being fueled and sustained consistently by serotonin chemicals?
Reboot Brainpower:Laugh, care, give, walk, play, eat well, or serve and you’ll add serotonin for positive change.
4. ANGER MYTH: People or situations make you angry, fearful or frustrated and cause reactions.
Question: How are anger, fear, and frustration fueled and extended more by cortisol chemicals?
Reboot Brainpower: Step back, breathe or focus on a fun event to bypass amygdala defaults.
5. VENTING MYTH:It’s best to get things off your chest by speaking out about key problems.
Question: How is venting bad for the brain by creating neuron pathways for more of same?
Reboot Brainpower:Disagree while showing how you also learn from and respect a person.
6. SUCCESS MYTH: Once a situation improves, then people can achieve success in response.
Question: How do dendrite brain cells reshape your brain based on what you do in any day?
Reboot Brainpower:Apply a solution today, that a top leader would win awards for doing well.
7. MUSIC MYTH: Music is the last thing that can help in stressful situations or aid concentration,
Question: What music changes brain wave speeds and impact moods to improve productivity?
Reboot Brainpower:Test different background tunes as you work today, to compare effects.
8. SPEAKER MYTH: Lectures offer a valuable way to learn – especially when speaker’s interesting.
Question: Why do lectures work against listeners’ brains and for speakers’ intelligence only?
Reboot Brainpower: Ask questions that will generate great exchange of ideas on your topic.
9. TRADITIONS MYTH:Following similar routines and keeping traditions are healthy practices.
Question: How do Hebbian workers rewire their brains to kill incentives, limit focus daily?
Reboot Brainpower: Do one routine differently daily, even if it’s to drive a different route.
10. DIVERSITY MYTH:In order to include others it’s good to attend diversity training programs.
Question: How do diversity programs work against benefits through use of a deficit model?
Reboot Brainpower:Take person of another gender and culture to lunch and ask great questions.
11. SLEEP MYTH: When people feel sleepy it’s impossible to concentrate or to get motivated.
Question: How do brain waves bring sleep or peak performance, based on what we do?
Reboot Brainpower: Change activity to restore energy, and to speed brain waves for action.
12. LEARNING MYTH: Some things cannot be learned effectively by some in reasonable time.
Question: How can hooking facts onto what you already know increase learning in less time?
Reboot Brainpower: Attach any one personal experience to any part of a difficult to do task.
13. ROUTINE MYTH:Following predictable schedule with predictable routines is best practice.
Question: How does brain’s basal ganglia create ruts, while working memory holds less?
Reboot Brainpower: Repeat one newly learned task a few times to embed into basal ganglia.
14. IQ MYTH:Intelligence is established as child and IQ is pretty much fixed before adulthood.
Question:: What intelligences are common to all, used by few, and can be more developed daily?
Reboot Brainpower: Deliberately do one that from each of your 8 intelligences daily.
15. CYNICISM MYTH:Cynicism’s just part of people and can become an intelligent approach too.
Question: Why do cynical mindsets literally block creativity, block talent, and kill innovation?
Reboot Brainpower: Create something, develop talents you enjoy and inspire innovation.
16. MEMORY MYTH: When we get older we tend to forget keys, and forget people’s names more.
Question: How is memory outsourced to help people remember, and to free the mind for focus?
Reboot Brainpower: Create a to do list, create hook for keys, or jot down directions received.
17. SENIORS MYTH:Once a person reaches older age, learning decreases and with it, intelligence fails.
Question: How does plasticity enables people to rewire the human brains for younger and smarter?
Reboot Brainpower:Tell three people your age and remind them about miracles of neurogenesis.
18. MOODS MYTH:When discouragement hits, not much can change moods until life improves.
Question: How does encouragement change the chemistry of a brain through raised serotonin?
Reboot Brainpower:Do the opposite of bad moods and watch emotional intelligence kick in.
19. TONE MYTH:It’s fine to respond to people in softer ways to avoid hurt feelings by our words.
Question: How do meta messages destroy relationships through mixed meanings of what’s said?
Reboot Brainpower: Say what you really mean and find the tone to disagree, yet speak honestly.
20. SKILL MYTH:Some careers call for hard or soft skills, and hard skills tend to trump soft.
Question: Why does integration of hard/soft skills help to solve problems with more brainpower?
Reboot Brainpower: Apologize for errors and teach a wronged person a math or science skill.
21. STRESS MYTH:There’s good and bad stress, and sometimes people work better with stress.
Question: Can stress literally shrinks the brain, and how does tone act as its silent killer?
Reboot Brainpower: Walk to lower stress, and listen to improve your tone when stressors hit.
22. COMMUNICATION MYTH:With larger groups at times, use of names is simply not expedient.
Question: Why greet people by name, or spike brain areas responsible for personal awareness?
Reboot Brainpower: Ask names of three people you meet today and then speak name in response.
23. TEACHING MYTH: After people master a skill, only then are they ready to teach that skill to others.
Question: How can people inspire innovation through teaching others while learning at the same time?
Reboot Brainpower: Teach one skill to another person at the same time you too are learning it.
24. LEADERSHIP MYTH:Workers often tell you that leaders need to act before improvements come.
Question: How does the brain create new neuron pathways when you solve any new problem?
Reboot Brainpower: Suggest one doable solution to a problems that’s raised today – then do it.
25. GENDER MYTH: What’s good for men is good for women and both can master same approaches.
Question:: How do women’s and men’s brain differ biologically and intellectually in ways that win?
Reboot Brainpower: Affirm men’s and women’s brains in balance today so that both prosper.
What myths limit your brainpower most? How can questions lead to results and action that will improve your situation this week? What new winning realities will you create?
Smart skill 1 = Question to Refuel Finances Past Media Fears
Smart skill 2 = Question to Leap Over Life’s Ruts
Smart skill 3 = Question with the Brain in Mind and Move
Smart skill 4 = Question Research to Create Cutting Edge Tools
Smart skill 5 = Question Myths and Reboot Brainpower
Smart skill 6 = Question Ahead for Grandparent or Family Roles
Smart skill 7 = Question to Know How You are Smart
Smart skill 8 = Question with Two Feet to Spark Curiosity
Smart skill 9 = Question Broken Systems with Solutions in Mind
Smart skill10 = Question Brainpower Through Growth Surveys