Michael Gelb
Hosted by: Michael Toms

Like fine wine, researchers have shown that our brains can improve with age.  Gelb has spoken with the world’s foremost brain researchers about how the brain actually works and they have revealed exciting news.  He says, “Unlike the knee or the hip, the brain is designed to improve with use and the only real question is, therefore, what are the best ways to use.” Here he gives a blueprint to optimize your brain. Gelb makes an enormous contribution as he encourages us to follow some very simple steps in improving our minds.  This dialogue will inspire you to follow up with some simple but profound steps to start you on your way to improving your mental powers. (hosted by Michael Toms)

BIO

Michael Gelb is a world leading authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development. A pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, accelerated learning, and innovative leadership, Gelb leads seminars for organizations such as DuPont, Merck, Microsoft, Nike and many others. Along with Sarah Miller Caldicott he is co-author of Innovate Like Edison: The Success System of America’s Greatest Inventor (Dutton 2007). He’s the author of How To Think Like Leonard da Vinci (Dell 2000), and co-author with Kelly Howell of, Brain Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age (New World Library 2012). To learn more about the work of Michael Gelb go to www.michaelgelb.com.

Topics explored in this dialogue include:

  • What is neuroplasticity
  • How improving our brain power can prevent Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia
  • What are some low cost ways to improve our brain power
  • Why optimism is good for the brain and enhances resilience
  • What are the benefits of challenging the brain to do something new
  • How wine in moderation is good for your brain
  • Why taking naps is good for you
  • What are the benefits of meditation on the brain

Program Number: 3429

ON New Dimensions | February 12, 2013 | 5:00 am

Unleash Your Brain Power As You Age with Michael J. Gelb

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Michael Gelb
Hosted by: Michael Toms

Like fine wine, researchers have shown that our brains can improve with age.  Gelb has spoken with the world’s foremost brain researchers about how the brain actually works and they have revealed exciting news.  He says, “Unlike the knee or the hip, the brain is designed to improve with use and the only real question is, therefore, what are the best ways to use.” Here he gives a blueprint to optimize your brain. Gelb makes an enormous contribution as he encourages us to follow some very simple steps in improving our minds.  This dialogue will inspire you to follow up with some simple but profound steps to start you on your way to improving your mental powers. (hosted by Michael Toms)

BIO

Michael Gelb is a world leading authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development. A pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, accelerated learning, and innovative leadership, Gelb leads seminars for organizations such as DuPont, Merck, Microsoft, Nike and many others. Along with Sarah Miller Caldicott he is co-author of Innovate Like Edison: The Success System of America’s Greatest Inventor (Dutton 2007). He’s the author of How To Think Like Leonard da Vinci (Dell 2000), and co-author with Kelly Howell of, Brain Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age (New World Library 2012). To learn more about the work of Michael Gelb go to www.michaelgelb.com.

Topics explored in this dialogue include:

  • What is neuroplasticity
  • How improving our brain power can prevent Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia
  • What are some low cost ways to improve our brain power
  • Why optimism is good for the brain and enhances resilience
  • What are the benefits of challenging the brain to do something new
  • How wine in moderation is good for your brain
  • Why taking naps is good for you
  • What are the benefits of meditation on the brain

Program Number: 3429

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