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You can either be the victim of your reactionary brain or the master of your destiny with your knowledge of the brain. To feel more energy, stimulate creativity, increase your persuasive powers and live healthier, more joyful lives, you have to be smarter than your brain. Once you know how your brain works, you can create new wiring so you can think and act differently. ...more
Kindle Edition, 128 pages
Published June 8th 2009 by Covisioning
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Marcia Reynolds, PsyD has a passion for discovering and sharing how the brain works, especially the brains of high-achieving women. She speaks globally on the needs and challenges of today's smart, strong women and provides customized programs on creating workplaces that inspire high-performers. Her books been quoted in many publications including Harvard Communications Newsletter, U.S. Business ...more
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