Wow it’s so exciting for me to be talking more about the 4 things that build new brain because every single one Dr Fiona Kerr spoke about are things I value and implement myself.
By now I am sure you have realised I am a sleep maven and yet each of these things have been my own learning as part of my wellbeing journey. So I wanted to do a deep dive into the 4 things that build new brain and share some practical strategies to implement these.
I spoke about
- The 4 things Dr Fiona Kerr spoke about which were human interconnection, novelty through learning, movement and sleep
- Brené Brown's definition of connection
- The multifaceted value human connection brings to our lives
- Our learning from others' experiences and insight
- Safeguarding human connection above new experiences
- The TED talk by Rita Pierson urging educators to connect with students
- 3 ideas for creating an opportunity for connection
- How the brain reacts to novelty
- My personal experience of retraining my brain
- 3 ideas from Belle Beth Cooper on how to increase novelty when learning
- Lauren Gelman's view that movement is medicine
- 6 ways exercise makes your brain better
- Ideas for incorporating movement in your life
- Sleep building new brain
- The habits and outcomes of someone who has good sleep quality
- Tash Corbin's experience of getting back to basics
- Getting better quality sleep is about consistent action and you can keep it simple
Turn your sheet wrangling into blissful slumber...
When you create a great sleep ritual you can create huge changes in your energy and your performance!
Julie Nelson and I ran an online Scent, Sleep & Ritual Masterclass.
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Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now!
You can find out more about the references here:
Rita Peason's rousing TED talk with a call to educators to believe in their students and actually connect with them on a real, human, personal level
Courts Lippett and Kirsty Bonner from the SmartChicks Coterie run a weekly Eat ‘n Greet session for entrepreneurs
Belle Beth Cooper on novelty and the brain
Lauren Gelman on 6 ways exercise makes your brain better
Find Tash Corbin at www.tashcorbin.com