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The Perks Of Napping On The Job

January 16, 2017
While many in the business world may shun a nap, famous nappers include the likes of John F. Kennedy, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Napolean, Leonardo da Vinci and Thomas Edison. People of various cultures all over the world indulge in an...
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The Art & Science Of Breathing

December 26, 2016
Everyone has overwhelming moments in life. You may feel fed up with work, stressed about your children’s behaviour, or just tired of ‘adulting’ in general. One of the easiest and most basic ways to calm your brain during these overwhelming moments...
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The Value Of Studying The Life Of Creatives

October 24, 2016
When you think of imagination or creativity, you may automatically think of artists, poets, authors and composers. In today's world, imagination is typically paired with artistic endeavours but not scientific thinking. However, many of the great...
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Inspire The Music In You

October 13, 2016
We all likely have to admit to singing in the shower, or to giving a masterful solo performance in the car. We physically interact with music, tapping our feet, nodding our heads, and singing and dancing along. All cultures invariably express...
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Move. Nourish. Perform.

May 12, 2015
When we think about the terms ‘performance’ and ‘nourishment’, the majority of us relate these to exercise and the food we eat. But have you ever considered that alongside these physical benefits, movement also has the ability to nourish your mind...
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Lucy – Flirting With Reality?

August 13, 2014
The recent movie – Lucy invites a Paradigm shift. The movie dwells on some neuroscientifcally bewildering possibilities. Source: Google The movie relies on the fact that humans use 10% of the capacity of their brains. The movie then follows the...
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Your Money And Your Brain

March 31, 2014
I have been reading Your Money and Your Brain. Why we make bad decisions and how to avoid it according to neuroeconomics, by Pedro Bermejo (neurologist, doctor in neuroscience, and master in behavioral biology) and Ricardo Izquierdo (consultant,...
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The Neuroscience Of Regret

May 27, 2013
How our brains learn to let go of regret as we age - and why some people don’t. We often associate regret with old age – the tragic image of an elderly person feeling regretful over opportunities forever missed.  Source: NintendoVii Now,...
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Innovation Is Just A Habit

May 02, 2013
Most of us operate habitually day to day. In our organisations we follow processes, have little rituals and habits about what we think, and what we do. Not all our habits are great, many are good (they help us get where we are) and others are not so...
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