An article published on Inc.com features Casey Mulqueen, TRACOM’s Director of Research and Development, discussing the ways in which we can control the brain’s response to emotions in order to become a better leader. In the article How To Be A Better Leader By Rewiring Your Brain written by Will...

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What causes people to have poor self-confidence? The most prominent cause of poor self-confidence is due to our negativity bias. As a survival mechanism, the human brain evolved to easily identify threats. This means people are hyper-sensitive and more reactive to feelings of threat, even when these...

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We have previously discussed the flexibility and elasticity of the brain and how it can be rewired to become more resilient, or emotionally aware. Now a new study suggests that the moldability of our brains might also be causing us to lose certain functions that are critical to our ability to social...

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