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Why is it impactful to know and train your brain

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Transcript of Why is it impactful to know and train your brain

Thinking
Nonconscious / Conscious Modes
Nonconscious
cues
and
Conscious rational
words and details

Core organizing principal of fear/safety 1st before you can best maximize rewards
Safety 1st
Feelings
are your conscious experience
of that emotion through changes in your...
You are continually
Self-Regulating

all of your Brain 1-2-4 processes
to consciously best adapt
to your world
every second of your life
heart rate
sweat rate
breathing
Thinking
is your conscious focus, memory, planning, and speech about these processes
Emotions
are different from
Feelings
Dr. Evian Gordon Ph.D., M.D.
Emotion
cues are your brain's nonconscious drivers
Nonconscious / Conscious Modes
Safety 1st
Emotion
Feeling
Self-Regulation

Authentic
Smile
Fear
Know and Train your Brain at
Fortune 500 Companies
using
MyBrainSolutions.com
the Engagement of Traditional Solutions
5x
Substantial and sustained employee engagement
>30%
Employees in a Company engage
71
Average game plays per employee
50%
Of employees still engaged ≥ 6months
30%+
improvement in Productivity scores and reductions in Absenteeism
Addiction Clinics
The name of the game in addiction is
Clinics showed a 28% increase in Self-Regulation scores at baseline with significant improvements in both negativity bias and emotional resilience.
Consumers
Dose-dependent Brain Training Effect
Just 20 game plays significantly improves brain capacity scores
Gordon et. al. (2013)
Consumers who played a Stress or Focus or Emotion Game
stayed on the site for longer 15 minutes
Stress Games
Positive Affirmations
MyCalmBeat
Focus Games
e-Think on Target
e-Think Focus
Those who played an Emotion Game were most likely to view their Assessment in that Training Session

Executive Leadership
Identifying Emotion Training Outcomes
Focused Training
3.5
Starting Assessment
8.0
After Training Score
1. Body Languages Cues

2. Facial Cues
Training Frequency
3 Months,

3 times a Week,

10 Minutes a day
A case example
Net Effects
Able to discern Facial Expressions of people more effectively

Act more appropriately to cues

Now has learned to stop and ask questions

Staff response is greater willingness to engage with him

Wife notices change for the better
Neuroleadership Institute Gordon et al., (2010)
An Integrated Online Platform for Brain Performance
.com
Assess
Train
Monitor
Strengths and limitations

Recommendations for training
Develop new brain habits

Online and mobile

Cognitive and emotional
Track progress
Scientifically validated Brain Health Assessment and Brain Training
Emotion Games
Examples of
.com
.com
.com
.com
.com
Fortune 500 Companies
using
.com
Brain circuits that fire together - wire together

e-Motion Faces
e-Catch the Feeling
Self-Regulation
Trained with:
MyCalmBeat
Thought Tamer
e-Positivity Puzzle
Patients who relapsed had lower Self-Regulation and trained on less Self-Regulation games.
1)
2)
Happy Seeker
Thought Tamer
e-Memory Maze
Relaxation Room
Baseline
Follow Up
Every input & output is processed through your brain for your entire existence.
Now you can personalize and shape it.
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