"The Brain References" by Dr. Arlene Taylor

Arlene R. Taylor PhD, one of the world's leading speakers on brain function, is sometimes referred to as the brain guru. She specializes in simplifying this complex topic of brain function, with the goal of helping individuals learn to thrive by design. Whether through keynote addresses, seminars, consulting, coaching, television and radio, or her books, CDs, and DVDs, success stories pour in from the four corners of the world. Her books are a must-read. Her profound and illuminating seminars are life-changing.

Taylor has spoken to thousands of people at conferences internationally. She is a sought-after charismatic speaker who presents practical brain function information in entertaining, educational, and empowering ways.

Dr. Taylor is founder and president of Realizations Inc, a non-profit corporation that engages in brain-function research and provides related educational resources.

Release Date: 15 May 2014


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Self-Care in Times of Stress (1/6)
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We all experience stress. However unmanaged stress can kill brain cell, damage body organs, and shorten longevity. So what can we do about it? (more)
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Meet Your Marvellous Brain (2/6)
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It is sad that more people knows more about their car than their own brain. Let's get to know your brain! (more)
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Gender Differences in Vision & Hearing Style (3/6)
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Its obvious male and female have some differences in how they see and hear the world. Understanding these differences can save you a lot of misunderstanding! (more)
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Emotion, Feeling & Emotion Intellegence (4/6)
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Emotion is what links the brain conscious and sub-conscious mind. It is essential for our body function. However what we do with them can cause many problems! (more)
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Connectomes - Gender Brain Wiring Differences (6/6)
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Anyone who had experience dealing the other gender will realise there are differences in how males and females think. However new study indicates there are a physical brain-wiring differences! Let's find out! (more)