Brain Training Can Really Work

Do exercises aimed at increasing neuroplasticity work? originally appeared on Quora, and was subsequently published by Forbes. For a long time scientists thought that the brain was capable of growing and changing only during childhood. How very wrong we were! It was an unfortunate misunderstanding that, for a long time, confused the general knowledge about how we learn and grow …

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Paint A Picture to Recruit New Employees

There’s a big difference between risk and uncertainty. The next time you see someone scoff at taking a risk, ask yourself whether that was a real risk, or an uncertainty. Risk is quantifiable. Risk is a known probability that something will or will not happen. Risk is the chance that you roll a six on a standard die. Risk often …

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The Three Fundamentals of Change

Change is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. A mindset can mean the difference between struggling against change or taking the opportunity and running with it. Fundamental #1 – Identity Everyone has an identity. It’s the way you see yourself and the way you think others see you. Your identity can be rigid or fluid. When you have a rigid …

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From Medical Device to Millennials. What a year!

What a long, strange trip it’s been. I haven’t written in a long time and I suppose I owe you an explanation, dear reader. Over the last twelve months, I started and sold a medical device distribution company now I’m writing a book about how Millennials are about to change everything in business. None of the journey was predictable and …

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