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Giving Your Mind What It Needs
Do you doodle?
Do you know these things help you concentrate on what you’re hearing?
You’ve come to the right place. This blog will tune you in to the latest research proving once and for all that your brain—your wonderful, interesting, creative, fast-moving brain—works better when your hands are doing something automatic (like knitting, doodling, or crocheting).
Ready to start reading? Click here and enjoy!
Want to know a little more, first?
Well, for starters—you might wonder what is Cognitive Anchoring?
It’s what your brain needs in order to attend to phone calls, conference calls, or on-the-dull-side meetings.
Cognitive Anchoring can take the form of:
Or anything you can do with your hands—without looking—anything automatic.
Ready to start learning how cool your brain is — and how to give it what it needs?Read More