05 Dec 103: Tips for Using Brain-Centric Communication to Improve Your Ability to Connect and Communicate With Others with Jennifer Little-Fleck
Wondering how you can be a better communicator?
In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Jennifer Little-Fleck, who is a scientific writer who specializes in brain-centric communication. She’s here to share a little bit about your brain, how it works, and how you can utilize some of the tools she shares in this episode in your everyday life.
Jennifer Little-Fleck is a full-time medical and scientific writer, specializing in brain-centric instructional design. Her podcast, autobiology, is where she shares information from both her professional and personal research projects. Jennifer’s goal is to create awareness of not only the fun side of biology, but that each person’s individual biology is unique to them.
To understand brain-centric communication, you’ll want to understand the basics of how the brain works. Jennifer shares everything you need to know about people who are orchids vs. dandelions, neuron myelination, the reticular activating system, amygdala hijacks, and so much more.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
- How your brain works
- Why your environment is so critical
- What brain-centric communication is
- What amygdala hijacks look like
- The impact of your reticular activating system
- What myelination is
- Why positive affirmations work
- Why visuals are so helpful
- Connecting on an emotional level
I hope you enjoyed this conversation with Jennifer! Understanding how your brain works and the different ways of communicating using brain-centric communication has so many benefits and can really make a difference in how you relate to people and get them to hear what you’re trying to say.
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