Published on: November 25, 2016
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Your mind, use it or lose it.
Set Your Brain up for Success: How to ‘Build Better Business Brains’ Using the Secrets of Brain Science
Mental exercise is just as critical as physical exercise in keeping your brain fit and healthy. Like your muscles, you have to exercise your brain or it shrinks. Further, becoming truly successful requires that you stimulate certain areas of your brain and not others – using some areas preferentially can help you build a brain that is better at business and making financial decisions. Financial reasoning is a very specific skill-set that requires cognitive practice, just like everything else.
Discover how you can build a better business brain and stimulate the right parts of your brain to become more successful at work and in life.
Geared for those under 40, this millennial event, thanks to Founding Partner RBC, focuses on mental stimulation to protect your brain health.
Dr. Brynn Winegard, Professor, Keynote Speaker, and Expert in ‘Business-Brain Sciences’
Abby Kassar, VP, High Net Worth Planning Services at RBC Wealth Management Services
Emcee: Lyndsay McDonald, Account Executive, HUB International
Enjoy cocktails and light refreshments.
Friday January 20, 2017 | 6:30-8:30 pm
RBC Royal Bank | 200 Bay St. | 40th Floor | Toronto
For more, visit https://millennialminds_mentalexercise.eventbrite.ca
Walking is potent mood medicine that enhances your thinking, sharpens your memory, and safeguards brain health. It’s one of the most simple and easiest forms of exercise – but the benefits are huge.
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