SynapSez® Taylor-on-the-Brain Bulletin
Last October I had the privilege of spending some time in Egypt and it was even more thrilling than my first trip. The article for this issue is an attempt to “take you there with me.” I experienced brain stimulation galore. I trust you will enjoy “the trip,” entitled Taylor-on-the-Nile—especially for those of you who asked for “an article similar to the one you wrote after visiting Africa.”
Web Site Remodel
The web master has remodeled the Realizations Inc web site and we are very pleased with it. Already many people have commented that it is more user-friendly and easier to navigate.
You may notice that the second item in the navigation bar across the top of the home page allows you to access Taylor’s Blog with one click. Notice the other items there.
The web master is also redoing all the files related to Brain Facts/References. This will make it possible for you to “search” any file for specific words or topics. Such a deal!
Check the speaking schedule for information about selected upcoming seminars. This includes two BRAIN PROGRAMS:
See current year speaking schedule...
Taylor’s latest book, Age-Proofing Your Brain, co-authored with Sharlet M. Briggs PhD, is expected out by the end of January or early February. It will soon be available in both Spanish and Korean.
For additional information and to order at a discount, call Dr. Briggs at 1-800-379-5017. NOTE: Taylor's books are also available through amazon.com
Have you visted the newly renovated website lately?...
Point to Ponder
We think too small. At the bottom of the well the sky is only as big as the top of the well. At the top of the well, we have an entirely different view. —Anonymous
During the writing of my new book Age-Proofing Your Brain, I gained a renewed respect for the concept of perspective. So many individuals, for whatever reason, live (metaphorically) at the bottom of the well. Naturally, their perspective is only as large as the diameter of the opening far above them. “My perspective” is that increasing your knowledge about brain-function and doing the work required to identify your innate giftedness moves you closer to the top of the well, so to speak. The outcome is an entirely different view. What is your perspective at the beginning of this year 2009? Expand it!