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Business-Brain Expert Dr. Brynn

 

BOOST YOUR BRAIN!

Optimize Your Brain for Higher Motivation, Productivity & Functionality

Everyone knows the feeling of having more items on our ‘to-do’ lists than there is time in our day, or knowing something needs to get done that 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is the key to higher productivity – though latest findings from brainsciences inform why these notions are often outdated, don’t work sustainably, and can even backfire....

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NEUROSELLING

The Brainscience of Persuasion & Influence

Zig Ziglar said it best: "Everyone is in sales. Maybe you don't hold the title of salesperson, but if the business you are in requires you to deal with people, you, my friend, are in sales."

Being a good at sales of any kind means winning the person - their heart, mind, brain, and most importantly, their subconscious. Getting people to believe in you, buy into your ideas, or buy your products, goods, and services, means getting another's subconscious on-side....

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SCIENCE of SUCCESS

Brainscience for Goal-Attainment & Peak Achievement

This talk investigates the science of success, peak achievement, and reaching your stretch goals. By combining cutting-edge insights from neuroscience, bio-sciences, and psychology we can better understand better how to produce peak achievement, as well as why both our own human brain and many conventional methods might in fact be setting us up to fail.

Have you ever wondered why it is *so* hard to lose those 10 pounds, the corporate vision on the wall never becomes a reality, or despite all the best technology and enablement, goals go unrealized and targets go unreached?...

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NEUROLEADERSHIP

Brain-Based Insights for Better Leadership

Good leaders are skilled at attracting and energizing followership—these are skills that are latent in most of us and can certainly be taught, according to the tenants of neuroleadership. Developing yourself as an effective leader in this vain requires a solid grasp of human psychology, emotional intelligence, as well as the neural and cognitive factors that really engage, mobilize, and energize people. As we look through the lens of neuroleadership’s SCARE model, which defines the five domains of social experience that activate strong threats and rewards in the brain, leaders can gain a better understanding of how to develop themselves and others based on these five fundamental issues of importance to the human brain...

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AN AGELESS BRAIN

Maintaining Accuracy, Productivity, Relevance throughout Your Career

Our brains naturally and normally change with age more than we think—‘like a fine wine’ some things get better with age, while other abilities decline. Either way, knowing the difference is key: as example, research shows that our decision-making errors increase with age, while our confidence in our correctness also increases – we are making more errors, we are just surer we aren’t! Other abilities and processing meanwhile gets more acute, skills get honed, and we get better at all kinds of role functions and tasks. Knowing what these are is key to maintaining accuracy, productivity and relevance in the workforce throughout our careers, especially when it comes to interacting with and training next-gen workers, as well as through the succession planning process.

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BRAIN-CHANGE

Moving from 'Surviving' to 'Thriving' During Massive Change

Our brains are 'hard-wired havens': by the time the brain has seen or performed something twice it has practiced and primed neural pathways ready to go - the brain will 'hard-wire' everything it can, in the interest of increased efficiency, comfort, economy, and ease. Usually this neuroplastic propensity serves us well - we learn quickly, things get easier over time, the world feels like a more predictable place, we can relegate more processing to 'autopilot' and save energy for new experiences and learning. During periods of change, however, this hard-wiring hurts us:  established neural networks that have become fundamental and concretized have to be broken up and reorganized - a process that is literally and physically expensive and painful.

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BOOST YOUR BRAIN!

Optimize Your Brain for Higher Motivation, Productivity & Functionality

Everyone knows the feeling of having more items on our ‘to-do’ lists than there is time in our day, or knowing something needs to get done that 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 latest findings from brainsciences inform why these notions are often outdated, don’t work sustainably, and can even backfire....

Read More

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NEUROSELLING

The Brainscience of Persuasion & Influence

Zig Ziglar said it best: "Everyone is in sales. Maybe you don't hold the title of salesperson, but if the business you are in requires you to deal with people, you, my friend, are in sales."

Being a good at sales of any kind means winning the person - their heart, mind, brain, and most importantly, their subconscious. Getting people to believe in you, buy into your ideas, or buy your products, goods, and services, means getting another's subconscious on-side....

Read More

SCIENCE of SUCCESS

Brainscience for Goal-Attainment & Peak Achievement

This talk investigates the science of success, peak achievement, and reaching your stretch goals. By combining cutting-edge insights from neuroscience, bio-sciences, and psychology we can better understand better how to produce peak achievement, as well as why both our own human brain and many conventional methods might in fact be setting us up to fail.

Have you ever wondered why it is *so* hard to lose those 10 pounds, the corporate vision on the wall never becomes a reality, or despite all the best technology and enablement, goals go unrealized and targets go unreached?...

Read More

NEUROLEADERSHIP

Brain-Based Insights for Better Leadership

Good leaders are skilled at attracting and energizing followership—these are skills that are latent in most of us and can certainly be taught, according to the tenants of neuroleadership. Developing yourself as an effective leader in this vain requires a solid grasp of human psychology, emotional intelligence, as well as the neural and cognitive factors that really engage, mobilize, and energize people. As we look through the lens of neuroleadership’s SCARE model, which defines the five domains of social experience that activate strong threats and rewards in the brain, leaders can gain a better understanding of how to develop themselves and others based on these five fundamental issues of importance to the human brain...

Read More

 

 

AN AGELESS BRAIN

Maintaining Accuracy, Productivity, Relevance throughout Your Career

Our brains naturally and normally change with age more than we think—‘like a fine wine’ some things get better with age, while other abilities decline. Either way, knowing the difference is key: as example, research shows that our decision-making errors increase with age, while our confidence in our correctness also increases – we are making more errors, we are just surer we aren’t! Other abilities and processing meanwhile gets more acute, skills get honed, and we get better at all kinds of role functions and tasks. Knowing what these are is key to maintaining accuracy, productivity and relevance in the workforce throughout our careers, especially when it comes to interacting with and training next-gen workers, as well as through the succession planning process.

Book Dr. Brynn

BRAIN-CHANGE

Moving from 'Surviving' to 'Thriving' During Massive Change

Our brains are 'hard-wired havens': by the time the brain has seen or performed something twice it has practiced and primed neural pathways ready to go - the brain will 'hard-wire' everything it can, in the interest of increased efficiency, comfort, economy, and ease. Usually this neuroplastic propensity serves us well - we learn quickly, things get easier over time, the world feels like a more predictable place, we can relegate more processing to 'autopilot' and save energy for new experiences and learning. During periods of change, however, this hard-wiring hurts us:  established neural networks that have become fundamental and concretized have to be broken up and reorganized - a process that is literally and physically expensive and painful.

Book Dr. Brynn

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