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HumanKIND at its Core: Mike Artim

HumanKIND at its Core: Mike Artim

Mike Artim reflects on the power of observational learning that shapes our perspectives on life as well as our beliefs, attitudes, habits and expectations. Specifically, his talk focuses on the importance of the first 4,000 days of a child’s life and the need for mentors to model positive behaviors.

 

More is caught through observation than taught through learning

More is caught through observation than taught through learning

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Most learning occurs after you finish your formal school education

Most learning occurs after you finish your formal school education

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Michael J. Gelb ‘Brain power: improve your mind as you age’

Michael J. Gelb ‘Brain power: improve your mind as you age’

What are your expectations of and attitudes to the progress of your mind as you get older?
Who are your role models for ageing?
Do you expect your memory to be better or worse in 10 or 20 years?
What does science say about the possibility of improving your mind as you age?
How can you optimise your mental powers as you get older?

Michael J. Gelb, pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, accelerated learning and innovative leadership, USA