Creativity, Mindfulness, Neuroscience

The Neuroscience of Creative Thinking and Mindfulness

Creative thinking is an increasingly important skill in the work environment, especially since it differentiates us humans from artificial intelligence.

Do you remember the last time you had a creative “aha” moment? Was it when you were working hard on solving a problem, or was it more when you were relaxed, for example when you were having a walk or taking a shower?… Read More The Neuroscience of Creative Thinking and Mindfulness

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The magic of connection starts with… the Process (Part 2)

There is a reason why Process Communication Model is called… “process”.
Because it is in fact like a “recipe” for good connection, communication and stress management 😊.
This means that the way we can connect with others and motivate them is through a simple process, which, if followed step by step can lead to great results.
(Part 2/2)… Read More The magic of connection starts with… the Process (Part 2)

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The magic of connection starts with… the Process (Part 1)

There is a reason why Process Communication Model is called… “process”. Because it is in fact like a “recipe” for good connection, communication and stress management 😊. This means that the way we can connect with others and motivate them is through a simple process, which, if followed step by step can lead to great results.… Read More The magic of connection starts with… the Process (Part 1)

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Why do we find it difficult to work or live with some people? The PCM perspective.

You might have felt it yourself. With some people, you can connect easily and feel like you’re on the same “weave-length”. With others, it’s seems like hard work and tiring. It’s quite difficult to work or live with these people.
PCM’s perspective on this matter might help you understand why this is happening and what you can do about it. … Read More Why do we find it difficult to work or live with some people? The PCM perspective.

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Environmental Preferences: why are some people better at working from home than others? The PCM Perspective.

In the new reality of Work from Home (WFH), and after months of using more or less improvised working spaces as our offices, meeting colleagues only through Zoom/Teams or other media, it’s clear that this routine works for some of us and does not work for others. There are a number of ways of looking at this, but today I will approach this issue through the prism of PCM (Process Communication Model), namely, by looking at the concept of Environmental Preferences. … Read More Environmental Preferences: why are some people better at working from home than others? The PCM Perspective.