(PRWEB) April 03, 2014
Co-authors Sue Stebbins and Dr. Carla Clark have combined over 20 years of brain-based coaching experience and extensive neuroscience and psychology research to reveal over 40 brain-based techniques for self and life improvement. Although aimed at providing neuroscience newbs step-by-step instructions to rewire their brains for happiness, health and success, the wealth of knowledge within the book is useful for individuals, academics and healthcare professionals alike.
Mind Your Head is a fun, no-nonsense, practical, easy-to-read, illustrated guide that disentangles the recent scientific boom of information (and misinformation) on brain training. More importantly, it shows readers how to rewire their brains using the most relevant and evidence-based Brain Optimization Practices™ (BOPs).
“Even without this neuroscience know-how our environments, thoughts and actions are continually molding our brains, for better or for worse,” says Dr. Clark. “Yet by learning to direct these changes ourselves, we can ensure we are only molding our brains for the better.”
Through reading and employing the techniques in the book, readers will learn how to:
For the release of the Amazon print edition on Thursday, April 3rd, anyone interested in learning more about the book’s brain-based techniques can now signup on MindYourHeadBook.com for five days of free, guided brain training–the Mind Your Head BOP-along –with Dr. Clark.
“Self-directed brain change, before it becomes habitual, and even after, should at its core be an enjoyable, feel-good experience that anyone can partake in,” says Sue Stebbins. “However, the ultimate key to brain training success is to form a culture with others, where re-wiring your brain for health, success and happiness is the social norm. Like brushing your teeth, it should become an integral part of our lives. Mind Your Head is a great step in that direction.”
Making Amazon’s “Hot New Releases” list, Mind Your Head’s December 2013 pre-release e-book was a roaring success. And with the recent brain awareness week and as 2014 is Europe’s Year of the Brain, expect many more to join the Mind Your Head movement in 2014.