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Why Reading is Such a Good Workout for the Brain

May 09, 2019
Reading fiction is a workout for your brain, allowing you to forge new connections allowing for new thoughts and ideas.
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Biohacking Your Body for Better Sleep

May 07, 2019
Biohacking your body by being aware of blue light sources and engaging in intermittent fasting can improve your sleep quality.
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4 Methods to Increase Your Influence with Others

May 02, 2019
Learning to influence others in a positive, uplifting manner is critical to maintaining an agile organisation ready to tackle the problems our world faces.
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The Modern Epidemic: Why Are Leaders Burning Out?

April 30, 2019
Burnout has become an epidemic amongst leaders, and stress may be a potential cause. Understanding how to mitigate and manage stress is critical.
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Bon Appétit! Cook For Your Friends To Relax Your Brain

April 25, 2019
Cooking for your friends is a great way to show generosity and have positive, relaxing conversations with people you love.
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4 Tips To Bring Back Your Balance

April 23, 2019
Leaders can achieve high performance with a balanced and functional brain by taking down time and ensuring proper nutrition.
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4 Tips to Revamp Your Attitude for Success

April 18, 2019
Leaders can create conditions for unlimited, innovative growth or they can create toxic conditions that stifle new ideas and developments.
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Positive People Help You Increase Your Performance

April 16, 2019
We tend to mirror the company that we keep. Choose to increase performance and mental readiness by surrounding yourself with positive people.
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3 Ways To Become A More Adaptable Leader

April 11, 2019
Increasing adaptability activates the prefrontal cortex, which improves agility and allows the brain to be open to new possibilities.
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How Can Human Innovation Thrive in the Era of AI?

April 09, 2019
While many feel threatened by artificial intelligence, AI will be unlikely to duplicate the intricacies of human innovation and imagination.
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