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Aim – What is the Purpose of Your System?

Aim – What is the Purpose of Your System?

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Listen to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 21st episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. In this episode, Tripp Babbitt discusses how to get knowledge to establish an aim for your organizational system. Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Episode 16 W. Edwards Deming, The New Economics Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles - Episode 21 [00:00:48] W. Edwards Deming and His System of Profound Knowledge [00:02:06] Aim and System [00:04:21] What's in an Aim? [00:05:33] AIM - Mission, Vision, Values and Key Measurements [00:12:03] Where do You Fit In? [00:13:39] The Brain and Aim     Transcript Tripp: [00:00:06]…
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Make Better Decisions by Understanding the Brain

Make Better Decisions by Understanding the Brain

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Listen to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 20th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. In this episode, Tripp Babbitt discusses how the brain makes decisions, and how to make better decisions. Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Daniel Toker, You Don't Have a Lizard Brain Charles Duhigg, The Power of Habit Chip and Dan Heath, Decisive Show Notes and Transcription [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles Podcast - Episode 20 [00:00:46] The 3-Layered Brain [00:01:34] The Triune Brain - A Myth to Neuroscientists [00:04:06] Review of Where We are [00:06:42] Want to Make Better Decisions? [00:07:57] 4 Things to Understand to…
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CODES: Brain Chemicals and What They Do

CODES: Brain Chemicals and What They Do

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Listen to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 19th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. In this episode, Tripp Babbitt introduces a new acronym for brain chemicals - CODES. These brain chemicals ar fundamental to understanding what influences our behavior. Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Annie Lacroix Interview Paul Zak Interview (Oxytocin) Show Notes [00:00:05] Mind Your Noodles Podcast - Episode 19 [00:01:17] CODES Defined [00:02:42] Cortisol [00:06:36] Oxytocin [00:08:16] Dopamine [00:10:44] Endorphins [00:12:37] Serotonin [00:14:04] Author Loretta Breuning, PHD is a Future Guest [00:14:51] The Limbic System     Transcript Tripp: [00:00:05] Take care of the brains that…
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Maggie Nichols: Laying the Groundwork for Brain-Friendly Innovation

Maggie Nichols: Laying the Groundwork for Brain-Friendly Innovation

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Listen to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 18th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. In this episode our guest is Maggie Nichols, CEO of the Eureka! Ranch. We already know innovation is brain-friendly to customers and employees. Maggie lays the groundwork for a method to innovate. Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Eureka! Ranch Website Innovation Engineering Website Latest Book from the Eureka! Ranch - Driving Eureka! Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles Podcast - Episode 18 [00:00:54] Maggie Nichols - Back Story [00:03:26] The Transformation of the Eureka! Ranch [00:04:15] Catching the Audience Up on Where We are in Building…
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Basal Ganglia: How the Lazy Brain Can Help or Hurt Your Organization

Basal Ganglia: How the Lazy Brain Can Help or Hurt Your Organization

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 17th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. Bored at work? The Basal Ganglia helps make your brain more efficient by developing routines (habits). In this episode we explore how it affects customers  and employees. If you are not a subscriber, just sign-up here. Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Charles Duhigg book, The Power of Habit Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles podcast - Episode 17 [00:00:26] Ventral Striatum to Basal Ganglia [00:02:23] About 40-45% of Our Brain Time is Spent Doing Routine [00:03:30] Routine Can Become Deeply Embedded in Our Neurology…
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Ventral Striatum: Why We Get Bored at Work

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 16th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. Bored at work? Your brain is built to explore and be curious. If you are not a subscriber, just sign-up here. Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Dan Cable, Organizational Behavioralist Video on Ventral Striatum Gallup Survey Article on Engagement of Employees Book: Deming's Profound Changes Adam Grant Article: Does Intrinsic Motivation Fuel the Pro-Social Fire? Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles - Episode 16 [00:00:26] The Ventral Striatum and Dan Cable [00:01:56] Gallup Survey on Engagement [00:02:59] Craft - Taylorism [00:05:04] Deming's Profound Changes…
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Do You Have to Be Crazy to Be Creative?

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 15th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. Creativity and what is going on inside your brain is discussed. Subscribers have been sent an email with the download of the PDF of how to see if your organization is brain-friendly. If you are not a subscriber, just sign-up here. Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Article: The Neuroscience of Creativity  Article: Why Some People are More Creative Than Others Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles - Episode 15 [00:00:26] Giving a Customer a Brain-Friendly Organization [00:01:25] Innovation is Brain-Friendly [00:03:16] Research Study -…
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Being Brain-Friendly to the Customer

Being Brain-Friendly to the Customer

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 14th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. I discuss the customer interaction with organizations and the neuroscience behind it. Subscribers have been sent an email with the download of the PDF of how to see if your organization is brain-friendly.If you are not a subscriber, just sign-up at MindYourNoodles.com/subscribe Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Get the download for this week only through July 19th (noon Eastern). If you are a subscriber - just look for the email sent July 15, 2019. Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles Podcast - Episode 14…
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The Curious Case of Phineas Gage

The Curious Case of Phineas Gage

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 13th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. I discuss Phineas Gage and his mishap that changed neuroscience theory in the 1800s. If you are not a subscriber, just sign-up at https://mindyournoodles.com/subscribenow Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play. Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Joe Scott (Comedian) - Funny Video on Phineas Gage Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles Podcast - Episode 13 [00:01:10] Phineas Gage     Transcript Tripp: [00:00:06] Take care of The brains that take care of you. with the Mind Your Noodles podcast. will keep you up to date on the latest neuroscience research and practices.…
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Annie Lacroix – Fitness for Your Brain

Annie Lacroix – Fitness for Your Brain

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Neuroscience experts, practitioners, research and methods for making brain-friendly organizations and healthy individuals. Subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! This is the 12th episode of the Mind Your Noodles podcast. Brainy Boss podcaster Annie Lacroix is our guest. Annie and Tripp discuss keeping you own brain healthy by understanding how to get better sleep, reduce stress, get more exercise and using mindfulness to settle your brain. If you are not a subscriber, just sign-up at https://mindyournoodles.com/subscribenow Listen and/or subscribe to Mind Your Noodles! on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play Here are some resources mentioned in this episode: Annie Lacroix - Brainy Boss website and podcast RAND Study on Sleep John Medina, Brain Rules Wobble Board by Fluid Stance Show Notes [00:00:06] Mind Your Noodles - Episode 12 [00:00:49] Annie Lacroix -…
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