Research shows that exposure to 30 minutes or more of negativity–including viewing such material on TV–actually peels away neurons in the brain’s hippocampus. “That’s the part of your brain you need for problem solving,” says Trevor Blake, a serial entrepreneur and author of Three Simple Steps: A Map to Success in Business and Life. “Basically, it turns your brain to mush.”
Jareau AlmeydaNaggers eating at your brain, literally?
There is a Thailandese non-profit, Border Green Energy Team, working along the Mynamar-Burma border bringing solar and micro-hydro energy to schools and communities with little or no access to grid power. Simplistic technology, compared to some of the solutions we have here in the US.
So why is it that when some of us think about innovation, we think about how to better what we have here, in the modern world?
…companies teach storytelling skills to their executives (because they certainly aren’t learning it in business school).
Alas, Business Schools do not teach delivery. It’s not acting, it’s delivery. Consider the difference between a Used Car Salesman and a University Professor – each deliver their message, both are selling something… but, why 2 different approaches?
Jareau AlmeydaUse Storytelling as a Leadership Tool