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Innovation, Creativity, Neuroscience

Posted: Monday, March 8, 2010
At : 10:04 AM


Whole Mind Success is pleased to provide more information on the TEDx program in Thousand Oaks, CA.

The TEDx program is organized around the theme, What’s The Big Idea
and is divided into three sessions:
Thinking, Doing, and Seeing.

Topics to be covered include
the neuroscience of beliefs,
innovations and discoveries in medicine and healthcare,
the principles of meaningful enterprise,
new ideas in education, effective communication, computer science and art, microfinance, psychology, human perception and music.

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What is Success?

Posted: Monday, December 7, 2009
At : 9:58 AM

WHAT IS SUCCESS?

What makes a person successful?

In Europe, for many centuries, it was the social class you were born into which determined your success and position in life.

In other countries, it is an accepted fact that intelligence and diligence are the major factors in a person’s success.
Intelligence was believed to come from our genes, so we either thanked or blamed our parents.

Study and hard work, we were told, would lead to a life of comfort and wealth.

What do recent developments from Neuroscience tell us about these beliefs?

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Music and Learning

Posted: Friday, October 2, 2009
At : 9:56 PM

The power of music on our mood and emotions has been recognized for centuries, and today we know that it also affects our neural pathways.

Neuroscience has shown us that neural pathways which become detached can reconnect through music.

Studies confirm that classical music actually stimulates the amygdale, which helps us learn.
Children who listen closely to, and become involved in music have also scored higher on IQ tests

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Increasing Creativity by Internal Change

Posted: Monday, March 2, 2009
At : 12:00 PM

Whole Mind Success is a unique method of using the whole mind in both our business and personal lives.

It uses recent developments in neuroscience and psychology, combined with methods of silencing the mind to reduce the constant "noise" in our heads. The result is clear perception unclouded by conditioning and "mind chatter" thus promoting true creativity.

Using proven methods, participants learn to use a balanced left and right brain, the conscious mind, and the subconscious mind, to increase their creativity and productivity.

Seminar participants report more effective business decisions, new engineering designs, creative artwork, and improved performance in sports.

Our seminars are unlike programs that teach well known external aids to creativity – such as a conducive work environment, brain-storming sessions, flip charts, sympathetic management, etc.

While these external aids are useful, Whole Mind Success methods actually change the internal structure of our brains - as shown by extensive neurological research using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Our methods will build new neuronal circuits that enhance creativity and help develop new skills.

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What is Creativity?

Posted: Monday, September 22, 2008
At : 10:49 AM

"Creativity, it has been said, consists largely of re-arranging what we know in order to find out what we do not know." - George Kneller

Of course we also think of creativity as discovering, or doing something NEW and UNIQUE

As we have said in our Whole Mind Success seminars:

Creativity is a Mental Process which involves
- The Generation of New Ideas or Concepts
- New Associations between Existing Ideas and Concepts

and what recent discoveries in Neuroscience tell us is that:
Creativity can actually be developed by using various techniques - many of which are taught in our Whole Mind Seminars.

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