Author Archives: Susan Britton

Encourage Your Brain: Your Brain Has a Delete Button

https://youtu.be/421qrkYp9QE There’s a fun article in Fast Company that’s titled “Your Brain Has a Delete Button—Here’s How to Use It” The upshot of it is that the more we repeat a behavior, the more embedded it becomes. The neural circuits … Continue reading

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Encourage Your Brain: Abusing Self-Care

https://youtu.be/F16Vm2sn7t4 We’re familiar with the concept of self-care—often made clear by the airplane oxygen-mask metaphor, making sure we put our oxygen-mask on first so that we can stay alive to help others.  I am ALL FOR self-care. It’s critical.  What … Continue reading

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Encourage Your Brain: Show me your hands! Science-backed tips to connect on Zoom

https://youtu.be/cqKaEO9YmKw These days with so many Zoom calls, most of us only see each other from the shoulders or neck up. And that has some interesting and unintended consequences for our ability to connect with one another. It turns out … Continue reading

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Encourage Your Brain: I Am Contagious

https://youtu.be/V70b9SEQEHc I recently watched a TEDx talk by Vanessa Van Edwards called “You Are Contagious.” And she’s not talking about transmission of diseases—which is something we obviously need to be careful about these days. She talked about transmission of emotions. … Continue reading

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