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Brain Power, where does it come from and how can I get More?

September 8, 2017
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Where does Your Brain Power Really Come from… By Arthur Carmazzi For the purpose of this article, Brain Power is defined as Your Brain’s Ability to help you achieve. It is not about intelligence or memory, but the brain power elements that support the realization of goals, objectives, and dreams. First, look at your experience when ... Read More
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The Science of Happiness – Where is Your Brain on Happiness

August 29, 2017
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Episode 7 of WHERE IS YOUR BRAIN In my quest to expand the science of synergy, communication, and personal effectiveness, I found the more research I did, the more questions I had. And, when Famous Happiness coach, Andreea Zoia asked me: “Where in the Brain does Happiness come from?”, One of those questions became: I ... Read More
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High Performing Team Building with Neuroscience

August 17, 2017
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Episode 6 of WHERE IS YOUR BRAIN Arthur Carmazzi Interviews Celina (Famous Neuroscientist) and Zeek (Senior Manager at Adobe Systems) Kosh. Discover How Leaders who understand neuroscience can achieve high performing team building in day to day management… And learn more about your Brain and your psychology in this enlightening interview. #whereisyourbrain #arthurcarmazzi #directivecommunication #coloredbrain   Check out ... Read More
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What Genes affect speed of processing and what that means

August 10, 2017
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Episode 5 of WHERE IS YOUR BRAIN The CADM2 Gene provides instructions for Synaptic Cell Adhesion Molecule. It is involved in the short-term and long-term chemically mediated communication between brain cells and is specifically abundant in the frontal and cingulate cortex, which are areas of the brain known to be involved in processing speed. the ... Read More
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Where is Your Brain with Arthur Carmazzi – Brain Processing Genes

July 27, 2017
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Arthur Carmazzi takes us into the first steps in Brain Genetics of how our brain’s Ambiguity Relief processes are created in the Prefrontal Cortex and HOW your brain gets clarity. Watch the video and read more about the molecular biology behind the Colored Brain Psychometric tool bellow. Adapted from “OBSERVATION AND GENETIC FOUNDATIONS OF THE ... Read More
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Where in our Brain Do We Interpret and Process Information and Get Clarity – with Arthur Carmazzi

July 19, 2017
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In this episode of WHERE IS YOUR BRAIN, Arthur Carmazzi explains the parts of the brain that deal with Ambiguity Relief. Understanding this fundamental element of brain process psychology will support in building better teams, improving relationships, improve communication and affect your ability to influence others. #wheresyourbrain Prefrontal Cortex: This part of the brain is ... Read More
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What is the Brain’s Ambiguity Relief Process: with Arthur Carmazzi

July 11, 2017
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In this first Video of WHERE IS YOUR BRAIN, Arthur Carmazzi explains the brain’s Ambiguity Relief process and why it is important to your and your team’s success Understanding this fundamental element of brain process psychology will support in building better teams, improving relationships, improve communication and affect your ability to influence others. But there ... Read More
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Why you do not succeed

July 5, 2017
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Here is a new video on why you do not succeed. Often we see a success strategy and attempt to emulate it, and while it works perfectly for others, it just doesn’t seem to work for you… WHY? In this video, Arthur Carmazzi shares how and why this happens by looking at the different ways ... Read More
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Why Personality tests do Not work by Arthur Carmazzi

March 12, 2017
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With so many profiling tools, personality tests, psychometric assessments, and assessments focusing on “personality”, it is easy to get confused… especially since most of these are based on the “Non-empirical” work of Carl Jung’s architypes. The fact is that Personality is just too complicated to be put into a test or assessment. There are too ... Read More
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