Let’s get past procrastination by addressing emotional and cognitive overload

Pro­cras­ti­na­tion is a com­mon strug­gle many lead­ers and work­ers face, par­tic­u­lar­ly in the con­text of mod­ern, men­tal­ly demand­ing jobs. But what is the under­ly­ing cause, and how can we bet­ter under­stand it and effec­tive­ly address it? Pro­cras­ti­na­tion, defined as “the act of unnec­es­sar­i­ly and vol­un­tar­i­ly delay­ing or post­pon­ing some­thing despite know­ing that there could be…

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(Webinar recording) Harnessing Brain Science to Empower Minds & Enhance Resilience and Productivity

? We hope you enjoy the con­ver­sa­tion (57 min­utes) as much as we did! Webi­nar descrip­tion: Is your team and orga­ni­za­tion grap­pling with AI dis­rup­tion, con­stant mul­ti­task­ing, or back-to-back calls that leave no room for strate­gic think­ing? Our “Brain-As-An-Asset” approach piv­ots from stan­dard reac­tive men­tal health tac­tics to proac­tive ini­tia­tives that enhance brain health, align­ing with your organizational…

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May 21st Webinar to Empower Minds: Harnessing Brain Science to Enhance Resilience and Productivity

Descrip­tion: Is your team and orga­ni­za­tion grap­pling with AI dis­rup­tion, con­stant mul­ti­task­ing, or back-to-back calls that leave no room for strate­gic think­ing? Our “Brain-As-An-Asset” approach piv­ots from stan­dard reac­tive men­tal health tac­tics to proac­tive ini­tia­tives that enhance brain health, align­ing with your orga­ni­za­tion­al goals and evolv­ing cul­ture. Dis­cov­er how the lat­est brain sci­ence insights can refresh your…

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Neuroimaging study shows how being “in the zone” requires intensive practice first and then learning to surrender

Flow, or being “in the zone,” is a state of amped-up cre­ativ­i­ty, enhanced pro­duc­tiv­i­ty and bliss­ful con­scious­ness that, some psy­chol­o­gists believe, is also the secret to hap­pi­ness. It’s con­sid­ered the brain’s fast track to suc­cess in busi­ness, the arts or any oth­er field. But in order to achieve flow, a per­son must first devel­op a strong…

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Seven evidence-based reasons to start meditating yesterday

Yes, start­ing today is OK too. I start­ed med­i­tat­ing soon after 9/11. I was liv­ing in Man­hat­tan, an already chaot­ic place, at an extreme­ly chaot­ic time. I real­ized I had no con­trol over my exter­nal envi­ron­ment. But the one place I did have a say over was my mind, through med­i­ta­tion. When I start­ed med­i­tat­ing, I…

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