The brain follows certain rules, but most of us are unaware of these. However, when you want to change habits it is crucial to understand and apply these rules. You can thus strengthen the relevant connections in your brain that will help you achieve the habit change.

Habit change isn’t always the answer, though. And even if it is a lot of people start out fighting their old habits rather than making the most of their already existing, relevant habits. Others forget to take stock of their core values when aiming for habit change. Anette Prehn’s course on BrainSmart Habit Change helps you and your organisation grow more useful habits – with the brain’s neuroplasticity in mind. The art lies in turning the brain into a co-player rather than an opponent. Contact Anette Prehn (MA) and Centre for Brain-Based Leadership and Learning on anette@anetteprehn.com if you want to master brainsmart habit change. Alternatively, Anette’s book Play Your Brain is a good guide

Anette Prehn’s course on BrainSmart Habit Change helps you and your organisation grow more useful habits – with the brain’s neuroplasticity in mind. The art lies in turning the brain into a co-player rather than an opponent. Contact Anette Prehn (MA) and Centre for Brain-Based Leadership and Learning on anette@anetteprehn.com if you want to master brainsmart habit change.

Alternatively, Anette’s book Play Your Brain is a good guide to making the most of your brain functions:  http://amzn.to/2iMQcee or click here.