The Neuroscience of Reframing & How to Do It
- Grow a flexible mindset and view occurences and situations from constructive angles
- Nothing but a good night's sleep :)
“One of the best courses on Udemy.”
“A gift beyond measure.”
"If you are looking for inspiration with a science-based foundation this is for you."
"I've long been interested in neuroscience and found this course to be one of the most practical ones to date."
"An incredibly stimulating, enlightening and well-presented course. Anette Prehn's non-technical approach, together with her clear explanations, made this course a joy to follow."
"This woman must be a saint. She gives away so much here that I'm left in utter gratitude."
"This should have been taught in school at a young age"
More than 800 course participants have reviewed this course over the years. More than 60% give it a straight 5 out of 5 stars, ensuring it an impressive 4.5 out of 5 in total.
Will you be the next one to benefit from this free course?
Reframing should be in the water we drink, scientists say. Reframing is the ability to change your perspective deliberately. But why is it praised like that? What happens in the brain when you reframe? What are the inner and outer effects? And how do you do it?
You are invited to share your most powerful reframings - either as a comment to the group or by contacting Anette Prehn at firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is targeted for professionals, managers and executives which will show in the examples given and the questions asked. However, anyone is free to join so that as many as possible may harvest the benefits of reframing.
Recommended reading: "Play Your Brain" by Anette Prehn and Kjeld Fredens (Marshall Cavendish, 2011 - translated into both Complex Chinese and Russian).
- People who are keen to learn about the rules of the brain in order for them to excel in various situations
I give this online course as a gift to the world. I hope you've gained from it and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was created in 2012 with an app, a microphone and an iPad, showing that learning isn't about "all the fancy stuff" but can well take place whilst you take a rather handheld course. However, several of you have contacted me over the years, asking me about my face-to-face professional training. What do I do that make people appreciate it so much? How does my teaching philosophy show in practice? In which ways do I stimulate course participants' ability to bridge the learning environment and their everyday lives thus growing rich learning webs in the brain? This video gives you a taste of it. You can also find the video on You Tube: http://bit.ly/2iNk6it
The blog www.brainsmart.today will launch mid January 2017.