(Re)train your brain with BrainyHeart

Looking to expand your professional toolbox? Well, do you know how your most important tool, your brain, actually works? Every day, every minute, every second, we use our brains intensely and yet, we know so little about the most important muscle in our body.

On BrainyHeart, psychologist and neuroscientist Eveline Goodman will show you which few buttons you have to press to fully exploit your potential. Learn how to convince your brain it’s worth working together with your heart and go way beyond what you think you’re capable of achieving.

Ready to not just focus on your goals, but on your growth on the journey there? Then tune in for biweekly advice sessions and expert interviews delivered with a dose of charm, humour, and, when necessary, a kick in the pants.

(Re)train your brain with BrainyHeart

Looking to expand your professional toolbox? Well, do you know how your most important tool, your brain, actually works? Every day, every minute, every second, we use our brains intensely and yet, we know so little about the most important muscle in our body.

On BrainyHeart, psychologist and neuroscientist Eveline Goodman will show you which few buttons you have to press to fully exploit your potential. Learn how to convince your brain it’s worth working together with your heart and go way beyond what you think you’re capable of achieving.

Ready to not just focus on your goals, but on your growth on the journey there? Then tune in for biweekly advice sessions and expert interviews delivered with a dose of charm, humour, and, when necessary, a kick in the pants.

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Our brain values safety and certainty. Two things that COVID majorly impacted. The pandemic so has also gravely impacted our brains, resulting in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). That’s why in this BrainyHeart episode, I’m looking into how COVID has caused PTSD and what you can do to counteract the effects. Tune in now to discover: How READ MORE
Often our darkest moments lead to our best selves. That was certainly true for Marion Glück. Battling depression as a naval officer led her to reexamine what happiness meant to her. She discovered that while teaching how to lead and motivate people was her passion, the navy was not the right setting for her anymore. READ MORE
We’re often focused on the here and now in our careers, rarely looking ahead a few years let alone whole decades! But it is exactly this long-term view that Michael Wörle has from advising companies on how to prepare for the future that gives him the necessary perspective to evaluate what you should be focusing READ MORE
Especially in these times of change, we need to reconsider how different generations tick and work together. From Traditionalists and Babyboomers to Generation X and Millenials, we’re all in one boat and need to find the best way to move forward as one. That’s why in this BrainyHeart episode, I’m sharing my insights on the READ MORE
One thing Anastasiia Isakii has learned from working and living around the world? The need to keep an open mind and never stop learning. She found this mindset to be especially embraced in Shanghai, where she currently lives, and it is also what lead her to co-found LifeSkills4Me, a community that aims to promote personal READ MORE
It’s out to judge and compare others, to only look at the facts and figures and not the person behind them. We need to free ourselves from our cognitive bias and rely more on our EQ to create a more equal working world. Especially when it comes to gender equality. Both women and men still READ MORE

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