Use Your Brain and Work Smarter

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In this issue of Executive Edge there are lessons on how our brains work, why we react the way we do, and how we can change our behavior for better outcomes. Knowing some of the science behind our decision-making and behavior can be helpful in a quest to become more productive and more effective in our personal and professional lives. Learn about the “self-concept” and how to nurture your brain power, manage your emotions and overcome the victim mentality. Those in search of ways to work smarter will benefit from this good food for thought.

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