the ceo magazine, self management
Susan Sherayko, Author, Rainbows Over Ruins

Did you know that we rarely use more than 10% of our brain power – the part that is the conscious mind?  We are underutilizing our assets! 90% is in the subconscious mind. These two aspects of the mind seem at opposite ends of the spectrum, so how does one go about reconciling them in order to find the improved success that comes when we are running on all cylinders and using both aspects of mind?

the ceo magazine, self help,
David Wimer

Some of the most enjoyable and creative moments as a business owner have been when I’m quiet and alone. Why? Because aloneness is a state where I can contemplate and reflect.  My hectic schedule of client appointments, speaking engagements and a sundry of other business and family commitments, including deadlines for articles and advice provide for a demanding owner’s schedule to produce something of value.

the ceo magazine, self help
Probably everyone reading this article can ride a bike. In my neighborhood riding a bike was a rite of passage, a means of transportation, and a symbol of freedom. People from all walks of life and economic backgrounds know how to ride bikes. You might call it a universal success story of learning. And once you know how to ride a bike, you never forget.
What explains the success of this nearly universal skill acquisition? And what can these answers teach us about other kinds of learning? 



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