Article: Your brain has limits. Here are some simple ways to extend your mind, according to science

Our brain is not limited to the one that is located in our skull only. To make a decision, to solve a problem, or to create new ideas; needs more than sitting quietly in a closed room and running our thoughts.

We, as educators and researchers, dependent on social and peer learning in teaching, which this article highlights as a tool to expand our brain. In the same vien, moving around, connect with the nature would also expand our brain. Such approach allies with my usual advice to find a solution for complicated problems: get the main points of the problem and go for a long walk, then start to work on the solution.

The article also stated that the brain and the body are so much related and can’t be separated, aren’t we always say that: the good brain needs a good body?

It is an interesting article that opens many channels for us to thrive. Don’t you think so?

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Article: Exactly how to approach your goals so you make meaningful progress (and quit procrastinating)

KAIZEN is the magic word here. Have you heard it before? I m sure you came across it somewhere related to the best practices that the Japanese Toyota followed to achieve success.

However, you can apply this approach to your daily life to achieve your goals, but you need to start with small goals where you prepare, work, evaluate then replan, and so forth.

It is very much reminding me of the human performance technology that I use to solve organizations’ problems and help them to level up and Thrive.

The article gives examples of how to employ this approach to get things done and grow.

What is it keeping you motivate to get work done?

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Article: 9 Social Media Platforms That Pay You to Create Content

How many hours you spend daily on your social media platforms? Isn’t it cool to make some money? Well, the article explains which social media platform would pay you for your content, and how.

It is an interesting era for people who have skills (or eager to acquire and develop the needed skills). Some people say that this time is about free journalism, isn’t it?

However, a quick reminder of some needed skills, such as, writing skills, technology skills, research skills, communication skills, and having something valuable to share.

Which is your favorite social media platform?

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These Penn scientists discovered how the brain engages in imagination

I believe every one comes across the movement of “imagine and feel your lifestyle” approach. At the same time, many tried it and swear by it, while others still feel unsure.

In this article, the author highlights the results of the recent pure medical study to investigate if imagination has any traces (effects) in the brain. The images they caught are a great indication, and a door – opener to a possible future treatments.

Have you try to imagine and feel your future life? Does it work for you?

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