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Break time

Now that spring is here and the clocks have gone forward, it’s time for a break from blogging. I’ve been doing it with metronomic regularity since the clocks went forward, and now have other fish to fry. 223 more words

Neuromarketing Research at Denmark's Copenhagen Business School

When I submitted my application to complete my marketing major abroad a little over eighteen months ago, I didn’t expect to end up studying one of the industry’s most revolutionary fields of research at a university ranked among the top ten in the world. 368 more words


When Teens Talk Back

A big thanks to Rick McLeod for inventing this title for a class he taught many years ago at Families First in Missoula.

For tips on how parents can handle it when teens talk back, listen to the latest episode of the Practically Perfect Parenting Podcast. 640 more words


Developing your Intuitive Skills with Marsha Kay Farias

Join Jewels as she talks with Marsha Kay Farias about how to develop your intutition.  Her best selling book, Everyday Medium has valuable and easy techniques design to help you get past the fear and surrender to the powers you were born with~ 7 more words

Law Of Attraction

Science has found what looks like a 'crown of thorns'

Researchers from the Allen institute for Brain Science have found something hidden in the neocortex. 368 more words


SXSW 2017: "This is Your Brain on Ads" panel

SXSW Interactive kicked off with one of its convergence tracks: Branding and Marketing. The “This is Your Brain on Ads” panel explored the effects and emotions of consumers and advertising. 643 more words


The power of connection

Here’s the deal: We need each other. Yes, we human beings need one another to be healthy and to thrive. Brené Brown defines connection this way: “connection is the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.” 1,359 more words