by Jim Bruce
A tired and stressed out brain hates change. Change means learning, something new, creating new connections that lead to a new neural network. And, this doesn’t go well if the brain isn’t ready. Too often our work lives make it hard for our brain to learn – demands of our jobs and our unhealthy sleeping and eating habits.
This Tuesday’s Reading “Prepare Your Brain for Change” http://blip.tv/hbrchannel/prepare-your-brain-for-change-6562852>, is a short video by Margaret Moore. Moore is CEO of the Wellcoaches Corporation, an organization that trains and supports professional health and wellness coaches.
Moore suggests four steps to ready our brain for change:
Consider finding a time this week to evaluate how you’re prepared for change. Maybe, some change in your practices is called for.
Have a great week. . . . jim