Thinking with your Brain in Mind…Brain Speed

Thinking with your Brain in Mind...Brain Speed

Do you have slow reaction time? Or do you find it is difficult to think fast enough to respond before others do?

I know how to help you with this!

If it is difficult to ‘think on your feet’ or if you find you just tire easily then perhaps you are experiencing problems with the Prefrontal Cortex. A place in your brain that is responsible for Decision Speed.

Some people have a difficult time getting started with a task, some may find it hard to work through the task quickly! I have even found some people will procrastinate and come up with reasons for why they cannot get started or complete a task. If these sound like you, then YOU are in luck!

Our ‘thinking part’ of the brain, sometimes referred to as the CEO of the brain, lies just behind the forehead. This area helps us modify our behavior, deciding what is appropriate therefore, letting us use our best behavior. It take in ALL the information from the rest of the brain and then determines what our thoughts and actions should be to achieve our goals.

Focusing Attention, Organizing thoughts, Problem Solving, Foreseeing and weighing the possible consequences, making predictions, forming strategies and planning, impulse control and delaying gratification, modulating emotions…

At Cognitive Connections, I have developed a program that helps people learn about these important skills our brain does (even without us knowing it is doing it)!

But it isn’t enough to only know what your brain is supposed to do, like most other manuals and eBooks tell you. It is necessary to know HOW to help yourself or your child to learn these very specific skills when they are not working as they should be!

Interested in helping yourself?

Look for our Volume 1 in the Series of 7 eBooks entitled “Thinking With Your Brain in Mind; A Look Into the Prefrontal Cortex…from Function to Remediation”

Coming to a website near you SOON!!! Follow our blog and find the answers to your brain questions and concerns.


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