Brain body connection

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This is a subject I love which is why I studied both sports science and psychology. If you have any interest in the importance of how the healthy functioning of your brain is directly connected to your physical actions then read this article about a recent presentation by world renowned neuroscientist, Paul Taylor.

He talks specifically about the top 5 tips for CEO’s in creating and sustaining peak performance. He has some interesting things to say as well how the daily rituals we have in terms of what we eat, how much we move and how we manage stress can have a profound affect on the likelihood of suffering Alzeimers disease and the generally quality and level of performance we achieve in our lives. It is very interesting stuff.



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