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A Journey From The Classroom To Cambodia

April 20, 2017
I became a teacher because I want to share my passion and love for science with children. I want to pass on the spark of inspiration that my teachers from childhood had given me. I hope that my kids feel a sense of wonder and ask a million...
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The i4 Live Retreat: A Program Of A Life Time For 2017

March 30, 2017
As the CEO of the About my Brain Institute, I am committed to leaving a legacy of the work we do. As part of this commitment, we love to create transformational events such as the upcoming 2017 which will take place in Cambodia this October. These...
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In The Pursuit Of Generosity

October 31, 2016
When we think of generosity, most people think they are being generous by giving away something they don’t need, the clothes from last season or perhaps the left over coins at the end of an overseas trip that we gladly outsource to the airlines to...
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Why A Brain-Friendly Immersion Will Benefit Not Just Your Professional But Also Your Private Life

March 10, 2016
Going “on retreat” might conjure up images of tie-dye, tree hugging, vegan diets and chanting. But when it’s backed by science and aimed at leadership professionals, consultants, HR managers and creatives, you know you’re in for something a little...
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Love, Fear And Indulgence! What Showed Up For Me At The i4 Live Retreat Program

March 08, 2016
It had been a really fabulous experience of doing it well; a spectacular venue, delicious food, content to satisfy any thirst, variety (pace, people, music, weather!), emotional connection, creative expression, cognitive challenges, genuine service...
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Can The Practise Of Managing Our Emotions Lead To Better Leadership?

January 30, 2016
Sue Langley is a speaker, master trainer, global business consultant, researcher and leading advisor on the practical workplace applications of neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology. Sue has used her gift for synthesising...
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In The Pursuit Of Alpha

November 10, 2015
As you wake up in the morning, your brainwaves (the electrical activity in your brain) start to shift from a slow to a faster pace. You jump out of bed and quickly find yourself wrapped in the activity of the day. In a way, your brainwaves (mostly...
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Brain, Movement & Neurofeedback

November 06, 2015
In a recent interview, Dr. Kaushik Ram shared that “movement is not just moving your body, it’s about having a full sensory experience.” We have included a very intriguing article written by Dr. Ram that explores the 5 core characteristics of...
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GQ In Leadership

October 30, 2015
Whilst some of you would jump to the conclusion that this post might be about why we love tall, dark and handsome men as leaders as Malcolm Gladwell showed us in Blink, the GQ I am referring to is not Gentlemen Quarterly, but rather Gut...
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