The Super Bowl is coming soon to big screens everywhere. I'll still watch the big game (being in advertising and marketing for three decades, I have to at least see the ads), but my mind is more and more on the minds of the players.
Have you ever watched your kid gallop down the street, bop to music, wave both arms wildly, or randomly run around in circles... and wondered if that's the amount of movement you're supposed to be getting in a day? Nah -- there's no way you can keep up with that craziness. But sitting for large swaths of the day, like many of us do, is definitely too little.
We all know that exercise is good for us. And this past holiday season, the market was awash with activity monitors like the FitBit and Nike Fuel Band to help you reach your fitness goals from the neck down. But what about from the neck up?
The painting, a brooding tattoo of black and white shapes flowing together like a raging river, is wrapped in a cage of thin clear plastic. Anthony Cardillo releases it and holds it in front of his body like a warrior's shield.
Yes, life is for the living. And fondue can be awesome when the time is right. The trick is just remembering how those little bits can add up... and knowing how to keep them from doing so.
The latest prediction from Faith Popcorn's BrainReserve Change is accelerating all around us, from technology to transportation, from medicine to mar...
Raise your hands: Who listed "exercise" as a resolution this year? And who listed "exercise" as a resolution last year? And the year before that? My hand is up, too. But last year was unusual for me: I actually kept the resolution ... all year long. Here's how.
Parenting experts want to help us. They want to foster our self-awareness so we can not only effectively self-regulate during challenging moments with our children, but so we can also cultivate our children's self-awareness so they, too, can effectively self-regulate.
For people with depressed mood, memory and concentration difficulties are often a day-to-day reality, greatly affecting job performance and personal relationships. A recent study at University of Texas at Dallas is the first to substantiate memory deficits in individuals with depressed mood.
The company has to have someone (inside or outside the company) that understands the branding process well enough to direct those who will be implementing communications strategies.
Although scientists now understand dyslexia better than ever before, it is still a condition shrouded in myth and misunderstanding. Structural and functional neuroimaging have contributed to a modern understanding of phonological processing deficits in dyslexia and their possible causes.
Unless you live in a cave, you are well aware of all the growing interest in, and controversies around, the topic of brain training, especially whethe...
The Christmas story recounts three wise men journeying through the desert, guided by the mysterious appearance of a distant star. This echoes the sens...
You might be surprised at how much of the 7-Secret advice is counter to how people live and work. In truth, the frenetic, distracted way we live in 21st century America is not conducive to good brain health or performance.
You've got to start with your heart. Go deep and get to know yourself. Learn about your unique identity. See the labels the world has slapped on you and let them go. Organize your life so that it works for YOU.
We're subconsciously attracted to our inboxes. Here are three ways smart marketers are tapping into primitive brain behaviors to get results even when attention spans are dwindling.
As parents, we may not always react to our kids the way we'd like, but we'll always get another chance
Not a blog post title I've ever read before...although the reality will likely be familiar to many. As I sit now overlooking the beautiful Clee Hill countryside my internal environment is slowly simmering down to match the tranquillity of my external environment.
With the current news cycle highlighting police brutality against African Americans, it is hard not to contemplate the continuing role of race in American life. Despite our progress as a nation and more broadly as a human race, we still struggle with seemingly antiquated modes of thinking that lead to unnecessary frictions between people.
Our brains developed with singing and music as a survival mechanism. Before there were governments or nations, tribes and groups used songs and dance to build loyalty to the group, transmit vital information and ward off enemies. Those who sang survived.