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Brain-based parenting tips

December 9, 2017  |  Posted by Brain Rules | No Comments
Put the research from John Medina's Brain Rules for Baby into practice.
Tracy Cutchlow, author of the international bestseller Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science, was the editor of Brain Rules for Baby. She put the research into practice with her own spirited daughter and saw great results. Now, as a licensed coach, she helps parents find calm and confidence with their children. If Brain Rules for Baby is the why, Zero to Five is the how. (Infant uncertainty, toddler tantrums, preschooler power struggles: you've got this!)


Below, Tracy shares some tips to get you started off on the right foot. You can sign up on the Zero to Five website for more parenting tips that work.


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Brain-based parenting tips

December 9, 2017  |  Posted by Brain Rules | No Comments
Put the research from John Medina's Brain Rules for Baby into practice.
Tracy Cutchlow, author of the international bestseller Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science, was the editor of Brain Rules for Baby. She put the research into practice with her own spirited daughter and saw great results. Now, as a licensed coach, she helps parents find calm and confidence with their children. If Brain Rules for Baby is the why, Zero to Five is the how. (Infant uncertainty, toddler tantrums, preschooler power struggles: you've got this!)


Below, Tracy shares some tips to get you started off on the right foot. You can sign up on the Zero to Five website for more parenting tips that work.


3 best ways to boost your baby’s language development

Baby refusing to eat? 8 things to consider

12 ways to include your toddler when cooking and cleaning

Gratitude: Being Thankful Will Help Make You Happy!

November 12, 2017  |  Posted by Brain Rules | No Comments
Gratitude (Brain Rules for Aging Well by John Medina)

Optimistic people live almost eight years longer than the glass half- empties do. Observing the megawatt power of gratitude as a practicing psychotherapist, Martin Seligman developed—and then scientifically tested— exercises centering on the ideas of thankfulness and appreciation. Watch John Medina to learn how to practice gratitude, as featured in Brain Rules for Aging Well

Learn more about the new book, Brain Rules for Aging Well.









Gratitude: Being Thankful Will Help Make You Happy!

November 12, 2017  |  Posted by Brain Rules | No Comments
Gratitude (Brain Rules for Aging Well by John Medina)

Optimistic people live almost eight years longer than the glass half- empties do. Observing the megawatt power of gratitude as a practicing psychotherapist, Martin Seligman developed—and then scientifically tested— exercises centering on the ideas of thankfulness and appreciation. Watch John Medina to learn how to practice gratitude, as featured in Brain Rules for Aging Well

Learn more about the new book, Brain Rules for Aging Well.









Why Older People Are More Gullible

November 8, 2017  |  Posted by Brain Rules | No Comments
Why Older People Are More Gullible (Brain Rules for Aging Well by John Medina)

There's an obvious reason the elderly become a target: solo seniors sometimes have obese bank accounts. The less obvious reason has to do with the dark side of focusing on the positive all the time. As you age, you also become more trusting, or better to say, more gullible.

We even think we know why. Watch John Medina explain.

Learn more about the new book, Brain Rules for Aging Well.