Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Take responsibility for your brain

Too often it is forgotten that our brain needs more care and safely than well being of our financial. We think our work environment is safe and our kid’s school is brain friendly place. Wrong. The biggest risk isn’t the current market crisis – it is the way people think. Worse yet, in difficult times people tend to reduce their creative efforts.
A good new year goal could be that in difficult times there is more need for taking care of your brain and injects creativity than at other times. There may be new situations to consider and new problems to solve.

Here is a wonderful clip by John Medina the author of “Brain Rules”. This video shows the toxicity of environment that exists at work and school environment and what to do about it.

Brain Rule #1 - Exercise from Mark Pearson on Vimeo.

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