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Ode to Brainpower in Civil Discourse

Are you aware that all normal brains come with chemical and electrical equipment to help you choose civil discourse? Or did you know that your brain can default into cynical choices that bully, berate or intimidate? Simply stated, without deliberate choices for civility, a danger exists for lack of civility… Read more »

Your Brain on the Power of Kind! Cutthroat or Care?

We’ve all benefited from caring and compassionate leaders. We’ve learned from mentors who appear to escape cutthroat tactics that hardwire cynics’ brains.  And we’ve marshaled up victories with coaches who spearhead care. Most of us at one time or another, build or find the kind of support that advances people… Read more »

Smart Tone or Snarky Attacks?

It doesn’t take grueling effort to grow your intelligence for brilliant tone that avoids attacks.  Minds literally rewire to create positive change and mind-bending possibilities. How so? Many of us toss limited notions into communication possibilities.  In an attack climate we watch leaders perpetuate mental misconceptions about ways to win… Read more »

5 Words for Wise Leadership

Some say wisdom’s locked securely inside sacred books. Others claim the wise represent  few folks only after lifelong struggles. I say wisdom’s a bit like hitching your wagon to a distant star. It tethers the best leaders’ abilities,  looks to lofty visions beyond self, and  uses shared talents to trek… Read more »

20 Questions Determine a Brain’s Leadership Fate

Some say brains are born to lead. Others see leadership as a learned skill. I say that gene pools play a  part – yet what you do daily can rewire your brain for transformational leadership. What do you say? Your  brain’s equipped to leap toward new challenges or default to… Read more »