Mindset Neuroscience Podcast
The human species has some pretty spectacular systems built into us to achieve mental, emotional and physiological states that most of us are not even really aware of. We also have systems and features within us that make us very vulnerable t...
Listen on Spotify Listen on iTunes Listen on Blubrry What do a viral video and a stampede of animals have in common? It's a mechanism that is also related to 'self-fulfilling prophecies', self-beliefs, anxiety and negative thinking...READ MORE
Listen on Spotify Listen on iTunes Listen on Blubrry One of the most complex adaptive systems we know of is the brain*. When we are trying to understand a complex system, one of the most important things...READ MORE
Listen on Spotify Listen on iTunes Listen on Blubrry This episode focuses on the idea of systems thinking, and how we can use this 'lens' or paradigm as a way of expanding our thinking so we can see new ideas...READ MORE
Season 1 Episode 8 – Toxic Media: How social media impairs your brain, nervous system and relationship skills
Have you ever had a misunderstanding over text? Maybe you texted someone and they didn’t reply right away.. or their answer left you feeling rejected or frustrated? Do you know why you feel the urge to put an exclamation mark...READ MORE
“What matters is not how things are, but how they interact.“ – Carlo Rovelli, theoretical physicist, in his book, Reality is Not What It Seems Relationships are the key to building our most powerful mind. Our relationships with others build...
The science most people keep using is wrong
"It's not merely that we can't be loving or creative when we're scared; we can't heal." -Stephen Porges In order for us to access our most evolved neural and behavioral resources, we must be in a state of physiological...READ MORE
why growth mindset is neurologically more accurate than fixed mindset
Sound may be the most important sense we have for learning as well as for detecting others emotions.