A Motivated Mind:

Optimizing Your Brain for Higher Productivity

Everyone knows the feeling of having more items on our ‘to-do’ lists than time in our day, or knowing something needs to get done you just can't find the energy to do. Some will assure you that better ‘time management’, ‘self-management’ or ‘managing through others’ is the key to higher productivity – though brain-sciences inform that none of this is true. Better motivation and higher productivity are within reach: they require better energy management. This keynote highlights the path of least resistance for moving from a ‘surviving’ or even 'striving' mindset into a 'thriving' one using secrets from brain science and principles of energy management. Discover how you can feel more motivated and be more productive by setting your brain, self, and day up for success.

 

THE EXPERIENCE:

  • 60-min Interactive, High-Energy Keynote
  • Discover how to stop procrastinating and get to the tasks you have been putting off
  • Hear about how to 'get up and go' even when you don't feel like it
  • Learn the principles and psychology behind energy management
  • Hear the brain-based steps you need to take to have more motivation and higher productivity throughout your day

WATCH A SNEAK PEEK VIDEO of dr. brynn giving this keynote!

https://vimeo.com/233114206
     

"Energy, energy, energy... Your ability to engage the audience by linking your expertise to their needs was exceptional. Your “standing room only” session received excellent reviews and was extremely engaging, enlightening for all who attended. You captivated the audience with your dynamic style and meaningful content.”

Executive Director Ontario Association of School Business Officials (OASBO)

“Brynn kept our diverse crowd spell-bound with her scientific explanation of brain functioning, coupled with practical approaches for optimizing motivation and productivity. The topic was relevant to the entire company in attendance, and her lively, entertaining style kept everyone involved and attentive, even at the end of a long day of meetings.”

VP Human Resources Accellion