Neuroplasticity: Yes, you can program your brain to help you achieve what you want in life. Are you aware of what you want for 2017?

Nuroplasticity is a branch of neuroscience, implying that you can “re-wire” your brain and consciously improve your quality of life. Neuroplasticity is your brains capacity to grow and reorganize itself, both physically and functionally, throughout your life due to your environment, behavior, thinking, and emotions. With the recent capability to visually “see” into the brain by magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), science has confirmed an incredible morphing ability of our brains beyond a doubt.The concept of a changing brain has replaced the formerly held belief that the adult brain was pretty much a physiologically static organ or hard-wired after critical developmental periods in childhood. While it’s true that your brain is much more plastic during the early years and capacity declines with age, plasticity happens all throughout your life. Neuroplasticity has far-reaching implications and possibilities for almost every aspect of human life and culture from leadership, education to medicine. It’s limits are not yet known. Neuroplasticity makes your brain extremely resilient and is the process by which all permanent learning takes place in your brain. However, the characteristics, which makes your brain amazingly resilient, also makes it vulnerable to outside and internal, usually unconscious, influences.

In Human Innovation we are passionately pursuing and developing strategies, Keynotes and organizational programs, utilizing the latest research into Neuro Leadership to share what it takes to create professional cultures that utilizes and mobilizes this amazing growth potential. By releasing more within each of us, we can impact our environments, without having to spend more money. The more self-directed we become, the more ressources we have to invest in innovative progress – with the same headcount!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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