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You’re Never Too Old to Change

Michael Gelb On The Most Effective Methods Of Change


Whether we like to admit it or not, we’re all getting older. And the older we get, the more ingrained our various bad habits and unhelpful behaviors become. Recognizing a habit that needs to change is one thing, but finding a way to get your stubborn mind to allow you to make that change is a completely separate challenge.

Michael Gelb has made a successful career out of applying genius thinking to personal development and growth, and he has a simple way of thinking about the methods of human change: “Either it’s universal wisdom, or it’s baloney.”

Watch the clip below from Michael’s session in our webcast series, Why Neuroscience Matters, to hear him talk about the most effective—and surprisingly simple—methods of change and how you’re never too old to break a bad habit.

This is just one example of neuroscience’s effect on human development that is covered in this series.

Want To Learn More About Brain Science And How It Relates To Your Practice?

Here’s a look at what’s covered in this 6-session series:

Dan Siegel on Interpersonal Neurobiology in the Consulting Room
Enhance your effectiveness by applying neurobiological principles to your work with clients.

Rick Hanson on How to Take in the Good: Overcoming the Brain’s Negativity Bias
Apply the insights of Positive Psychology and help clients reshape their brains.

Louann Brizendine on The Myth of the Unisex Brain
Increase your ability to attune to both male and female clients.

Michael Gelb on Brain Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age
Increase your sense of personal and clinical possibilities.

Norman Doidge on The Brain that Changes Itself: Neuroplasticity in Clinical Practice
Explore new and challenging perspectives on the brain as a flexible muscle.

Stephen Porges on Understanding Polyvagal Theory: Emotion, Attachment, and Self-Regulation
Enhance your ability to create safety and work with traumatized clients.

 

Why Neuroscience Matters
Concrete Strategies for Your Practice

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