Brainbite: Mental Priming

June 29th, 2020

“Whatever you think, you become.”

Watch this week’s brainbite and learn more about Mental Priming that has been widely used in sports training with great success.

Our brain is like a BlackBox — it doesn’t know anything other than the input that you put into it.

Working From Home webinar

April 22nd, 2020

Combining your work life and your home life brings with it plenty of challenges. The good news comes with a great selection of techniques you can employ to make your work life more productive and your home life happier.

Mastering working from home

April 20th, 2020

In many parts of the world, and certainly in Australia, thousands of people have been working from home for the first time – and it has presented a few challenges. This week, PENNY CURNOW looks at ways you can master working from home in a brain-friendly way that works for everyone.

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How to be kind to your brain at Christmas

With Christmas only a few hectic days away, NeuroCapability Founder and CEO, Linda Ray, shares some great tips for not only surviving this stressful time of year but actually enjoying that time with friends and family and getting energised for a great start to 2020.

Taking a break over Christmas and New Year all sounds good in theory — spend some time with family, enjoy the company of friends, open a few presents, plenty of great food, some entertainment, a few extra treats, and maybe even a few celebratory drinks.

Mental Priming: A powerful tool for high performance

Mental priming has been widely used in sports training with great success. Now advances in neuroscience provide real evidence to show how mental priming functions in the brain. Leaders and managers who embrace the field of neuroleadership have adapted the method sports coaches employ to enhance their own performance and to foster those of their employees.