Archives for prefrontal cortex

10 Brain Exercises That Only Take One Minute

You know that exercise is good for your brain and maybe you know that meditation is the best exercise for your brain, but still you don’t want to do it. I totally get that – not everyone has the time or the desire to sit and meditate.

So here’s the good news, there are other ways to exercise your brain.  And let me be clear you do need to exercise your brain.  Every 4 seconds someone on this planet is diagnosed with dementia – don’t wait until it’s too late.

I’ve put together a list of my Top 10 favorite one minute exercises you can do throughout the day to strengthen your brain so it becomes sharper, stronger, more focused, creative and happier.

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5 Simple Ways to Increase Your Brain Power!

Wouldn’t life be so much easier if you’d just been given a User’s Manual for your brain? Not one written by the people at Ikea but one you could really understand, with real life applications.

A User’s Manual that gets your brain to work FOR YOU vs against you.

I talk a lot about the Prefrontal Cortex (PFC), the part of our brain responsible for: rational/logical thinking, complex problem-solving, will-power, focus, compassion, imagination and reason.  With all that good stuff how can you not want to talk about it?

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How to Get Over a Brain Freeze with these 3 Easy Steps

You’re sitting in your office and you have a big proposal you need to present that afternoon.

There’s a lot that needs to be done:  research, build spreadsheets, create charts and package this all together in a cohesive report that lands your company the job.

You’ve got five hours to get it done.

But instead of getting to work on it, you’re sitting there frozen, not sure where to begin.

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