We all love that feeling we get when we solve a riddle or experience an aha moment that solves a nagging problem. In this month’s BrainWaves, Molly Rose Teuke looks at what makes those insights possible and how to have more of them.
Molly Rose Teuke is host of WXPR’s Thursday Midday Classics. She’s also a certified brain-based coach and leadership trainer, and teaches a community education course for Nicolet College, “Getting Your Brain on Your Side.”
We all love having a week or two to unwind and catch up on our lives, but it’s easier said than done.
In this month’s episode of BrainWaves, WXPR’s commentator and classical music host Molly Rose Teuke explores why vacation time is so important, and shares some tips on how to make it happen.
Molly Rose Teuke is host of WXPR’s Thursday Midday Classics. She’s also a certified brain-based coach and leadership trainer, and teaches a community education course for Nicolet College called “Getting Your Brain on Your Side.” She can be reached at email@example.com.
Decisions, decisions… We make hundreds of them every day. The more reasonable we can be, the better our decision, right?
In this month’s installment of BrainWaves, Molly Rose Teuke decides to explore that very question.
Her conclusion might surprise you: Don’t be too quick to discount your intuition.
Molly Rose Teuke is happy she can make a real job out of her abiding curiosity about how our brains work. She is a certified brain-based coach and trainer helping people master the art and science of personal change.
It’s that time of year when we’re wondering if we can get our brains in gear to help us keep those new year’s resolutions. In his 2001 classic, A Users Guide to the Brain, neuropsychiatrist Dr. John Ratey wrote, “Our own free will may be the strongest force directing the development of our brains, and therefore our lives.”
In the first episode of our new monthly feature — BrainWaves — WXPR’s classical music host and brain-based coach Molly Rose Teuke says it’s not hard to use your free will to build yourself a better brain.