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  • The New Millionaire: Andrew Hewitt (part 1)

  • The Neuroscience of Emotions

    The Neuroscience of Emotions   The ability to recognize and work with different emotions is fundamental to psychological flexibility and well-being. Neuroscience has contributed to the understanding of the neural bases of emotion, emotion regulation, and emotional intelligence, and has begun to elucidate the brain mechanisms involved in emotion processing. Of great interest is the degree to which these mechanisms demonstrate neuroplasticity in both anatomical and functional levels of the brain.   Speaker: Dr. Phillippe Goldin  

  • Adora Svitak: What adults can learn from kids

    Adora Svitak: What adults can learn from kids     Child prodigy Adora Svitak says the world needs “childish” thinking: bold ideas, wild creativity and especially optimism. Kids’ big dreams deserve high expectations, she says, starting with grownups’ willingness to learn from children as much as to teach.   A prolific short story writer and blogger since age seven, Adora Svitak (now 12) speaks around the United States to adults and children as an advocate for literacy.   Why you should listen to her:   A voracious reader from age three, Adora Svitak’s first serious foray into writing — at age five — was limited only by her handwriting and spelling. (Her astonishing verbal abilities already matched that of young adults over twice her age.) As her official bio says, her breakthrough would soon come “in the form of a used Dell laptop her mother bought her.” At age seven, she typed out over 250,000 words — poetry, short stories, observations about the world — in a single year.   Svitak has since fashioned her beyond-her-years wordsmithing into an inspiring campaign for literacy — speaking across the country to both adults and kids. She is author of Flying Fingers, a book on learning.   “A tiny literary giant.”  Diane Sawyer, Good Morning America  

  • Recommended Reading: Lifeworth: Finding Fulfillment Betond Networth

    One of my dear friends, Hal Couillard, recently sent me his new book to read. I have known Hal for years through his financial planning business. In writing this new book, with his brother Dana, the two brothers did a great job interviewing several successful people to learn about their life changing stories. This book is both inspirational and educational so I highly recommend it. To learn more about this great book, click here. Is this all there is? In today’s hectic world, many of us may wonder, “Am I living the life I want to live?” “Am I living my life on purpose?” ” Am I trapped in my comfort zone?” Lifeworth: Finding Fulfillment Beyond Networth addresses these and other life questions, offering innovative, easy-to-apply insight into human behaviour. Find inspiration and clarity through the stories of ten Canadians who reveal how they create passion and purpose in their journeys through life. You will: Discover new ways to increase the purpose and meaning in your life Move more successfully through the changes and transitions we all experience Move out of your comfort zone and create “peak experiences” that allow you to live life to the fullest for yourself and for others Learn how the right questions can help you get more out of your life. Some Key Ideas: The Clock is the ever-present clock of time, the life clock, the clock over which we have no control – the clock our youth had allow us to overlook for so many years. In everyone’s life, there is a transition from a focus on networth to a focus on the worth of life, from focusing on accumulating wealth, resources, and material things to focusing on other people. All individuals will eventually arrive at this life-changing transition point. A Lifeworth experience is a peak experience that rockets us out of our Comfort Zone. Time is the amount of time we have available to us each day, and how effectively we use that resource. Talent is our innate ability to do certain things extremely well – things that we are passionate about, that energize us, that give us greatification. Treasure refers to the financial respsources we have built up and have available at any given point in our lives. We would like you to remember this special number: 1,440. This is the number of minutes in each day of our lives. There are non-bankable minutes! How we use them is an important facet of our lives, but we can`t save any minutes from this day to carry over to a future day. Scarcity and abundance are two ends of the same stick. About the Authors Dana Couillard Dana Couillard is the founder of the Perception Ridge Institute, a company focused on Exploring the Power of Perception. Dana graduated from the University of Calgary in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree and in 1977 with a Professional Diploma in Education. He is currently completing his Master of Arts in Human Development with Saint […]


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