About Your Brain
This page will provide you with interesting information about the brain and access to tools and techniques that will help you to:
- Understand Your Brain
- Develop Your Brain
- Help Others Learn about and develop their brain too.
Please take a few minutes to watch the video clip below produced by BBC Scotland’s ‘BrainSmart’ team, and learn more about your amazing brain. After you have done so why not get your own brain map to find out how you use your brain. In the next column on the right is a link for you to access your own Brain map. It’s FREE and a thank you for visiting the page and expressing an interest.
Click the play button on the video below to watch it and please leave a comment. Thank You.
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You are also welcome to join my facebook Brain Mapping Online page too. Details are to the right of the videos.
Once you have accessed your FREE brain map using the link top/right of this page, click on the image to the right to take the Brain Mapping Online Challenge. It’s a fun and insightful way of relating the results of your brain map to life, work and relationships. Enjoy the challenge and let others know about Brain Mapping Online.
Throughout the last 10 years I’ve discovered that the old saying “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again” no longer seems to work, there is a much better way to achieve success!
To discover this new approach and find out “How football can seriously damage your brain”, click on the link to the left.
If you are curious to learn more about brain mapping and how it can help you and your business use the tabs at the top of this page and explore my site.
DO YOU KNOW…? The human cortex of the brain has 30 billion neurons capable of making 1 million billion synaptic connections. The number of possible neural circuits would be 10 followed by at least a million zeros. To put this into a context the number of particles in the known universe is estimated to be only 10 followed by 79 zeros.
These staggering numbers explain why the human brain can be described as the most complex known object in the universe. (Learn more)