Change starts with us as innovators and that begins changing our perspective of our brains, minds, and self.
Neuroplasticity is about how our brain changes as we age. If you doubt your can change how your brain works, consider these 9 exercises informed by a growing body of research that shows how you can change not only your mind, but your brain, too.
Systems change can apply to the self, too. The Skoll Foundation published a collection of resources aimed at ‘the centred self’ to help you change and develop your leadership, your wellbeing, resilience, and productivity in a way that is human-centred.
Curiosity, just like our brains, is malleable and enormously beneficial to our health and ability to innovate and change. There’s even a business case for it. As Nadine Clay points out there are a lot of ways to build curiosity as she demonstrates from her self-experiment. The lesson: we can recapture that curious spirit we had as kids with the right questions and perspective.