Estimates are that two-thirds of adult Americans use their brains in energy-exhausting ways on a daily basis that, over time, can diminish their level of health and overall success in life. Understanding more about brain function in general and their brain in particular can increase their likelyhood of success, personally and professionally.
Based on the Who I Am Pyramid, this seminar consists of sections that can be presented as a group or indivdiually.
1. Gender Differences overview in reactions to stressors and in brain wiring
2. Extroversion-Introversion-Ambiversion (with assessment)
3. Sensory Preference (with assessment)
4. Cerebral Divisions
5. Choice of Work Task or Relationship Energy (with assessment)
s designed to share information from a variety of researchers to assist you in better understanding the human brain in general and yours more specifically--for three of the layers on the "Who I Am Pyramid." It can help you learn to identify the type of activities your brain does energy-efficiently versus those that are energy-exhausting (and which you may tend to procrastinate) along with the type of environment that works best for your brain and the type of sensory data that likely registers most quickly and intensely in your brain. This information can help you live life more successfully—by design.
Each section can be presented in about 50 minutes:
- Sensory Preference (using Taylor's Sensory Preference Assessment or SPA)
- Brain Bent
Individuals who want to learn how to manage their brain's energy more efficiently.
After having completed the seminar, participants should be able to:
- Explain two major differences of Extroversion, Ambiversion, and Introversion (EAI assessment available)
- Describe the three main sensory systems and implications for relationships and learning (Sensory Preference Assessment available)
- Identify three procrastinated activites versus three that are energy efficient for their brain
- State two ways in which this information can benefit them professionally and personally
Presented by Arlene R. Taylor PhD
Brain Function Specialist, Realizations Inc