Fresh from the break, now we're getting into some "brain goodies!" If you missed Part 1 of the blog, you can read it here.
The big question is, "Who do you need to become to achieve the "creative" results you want?"
Here's some food for thought when it comes to Neuroscience:
- Social rejection is as bad as physical rejection - When you're feeling socially rejected (like when someone puts down your idea in a meeting), it feels like sitting in that meeting with a broken leg without medication.
- 73% of criminal convictions are based on memory - but with memory, we tend to fill in the gaps. Because of this, the future of law may be different years from now.
- The Executive Center of your brain makes decisions, but the information it gets is weeded out by the other parts of your brain. You can change what you know by bringing in more information through Google, or otherwise.
- You can suppress a bad habit by putting in a new habit (i.e. rather than drinking, go for a run). However, stress tends to bring back the bad habits.