The “Yes, and” Key to Personal Development

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about Comedy Improv’s notion of “Yes, and”. Maybe it’s because I know a number of people who are part of Improv’s wonderfully whacky world…or maybe it’s because I work with the people at the Geomic Code Research Institute in the field of self-care and individual growth. Come to think

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The Role of Attention in Making Choices

The Geomic Code Discovery Series: How to Use Your Word Cloud

At the Geomic Code Research Institute, we work to understand and elucidate the concept of unconscious choice and the “filtering mechanisms hard-wired in the brain” as Jordana Cepelewicz describes them in her article, “Your Brain Chooses What to Let You See”. Jordana tells us that these mechanisms “allow us to focus our attention on stimuli of interest.”

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The Power of Asking (Ourselves) Questions

Many of us experience networking as an external event, an activity we participate in to help us find success in our chosen career. What if I told you that it is the internal actions that most influence our ability to create success? You would probably agree with that premise if I coupled it with this

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