18 Burst results for "Brain Bydesign"

"brain design" Discussed on Access to Inspiration

Access to Inspiration

02:34 min | Last month

"brain design" Discussed on Access to Inspiration

"Why closing my eyes and me on. That's not something that is for everybody. A lot of people can be turned off by that kind of approach. Any makes people think that could activities only for people connected accountability ability to connect with the universe is not an explanation of how you close your eyes. Take a deep breath and connect with the universe. How you do that. What is the process behind. So yes that works. But that is a reason why that works. And i tell you small sample when you close your eyes. Take a deep breath. And you make silence like you're doing meditation. What you're doing you're allowing your brain to take a break. So the brains designed the process information the more you feed information to the brain and the more you feed them with stimuli. They bring keeps gathering gutting gathering garnering and never stop so the moment you stop the brains designed to stop processing and that's what we do when we slip so that sentence that we say a consult with appeal what is happening. The brain have gathered all this information. And then when you are sleeping. That's the time that they bring half to process so when you allow those breaks those moments during the day you're allowing your brain to process information to digest everything that is being gathering and then you can think clearly to practice meditation in this teacher. He had this perfect analogy. So imagine you have a waterhouse and you put their finger at the mouth of the house. All the water is gonna come out all over the place without any order so when you leave the host all the water flows freely so such basically an analogy for the brain. You keep feeding information information information on the brain. Don't know how to do all that. The moment you stop and you take a break that moment start processing everything and start thinking more clear. Conversation continues in a few seconds after this. If you're a busy person and probably always feeling behind then you may be wondering how you can get more done in less time. One solution is working with virtual assistant. They can help with social media. Graphic design customer service copywriting digital marketing and many more tasks i.

"brain design" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"And they're talking about the is and let's come two years and and that seems to work pretty well for us again just to take a quick step back to our conversation of collective intelligence do sometimes see that as just another copy and paste aspect is Copying pasting these brains in humans and making a lot of them and then a social structures that than almost operate a single brain I wouldn't have said it but you said it sounded pretty good to you. The brain is on the is Is is its own thing. I mean on on our goals. Understand how the neo cortex works a. We can argue how essential that is to understand the human brain because it's not the entire human brain you can argue how essential that is to understanding hume intelligence. You can argue how essential to to You know a communal intelligence. I i'm not. I didn't argo with understanding your quite get. So what is in your cortex fit in the various aspect of what the brain does like. How important is it to you. Well obviously again. I mentioned again in the beginning. It's it's about seventy to seventy five percent of the volume of the human brain so it dominates brains from society's not in terms of number neurons but in terms of size isn't everything jeff i know but it's it's nothing it's nothing. It's not that we know that all high level vision hearing and touch happens near cortex. We know that all language occurs in his understood in the near cortex whether that's spoken language written language sign language with language mathematics physics music. We know that all highly both planning and thinking in your cortex. If i were to say you know what part of your brain designed a computer and understand programming and traits music. It's all the near cortex. So then we got undeniable fact. If but then there's other parts of our brain are important to write our motion states our body regulating body..

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"brain design" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"Uncertainty and fear and discomfort. Your brands like all hell no. We can't feel those things but when you start to associate positive things with negative emotion your brain becomes a lot more willing to experience. It doesn't make it any more fine. Gosh every time. I make those decisions of my barf. I feel terrible. This is awful. Oh this is how i'm supposed to feel. Of course i feel this way. This is what the brains designed to do but this is also.

"brain design" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"This. Life is certain and with business i can. I can tell you this for certain that you are going to feel uncertainty. Almost all the time will this work. I don't know you gotta figure it out. Will this help. I don't know you gotta figure it out. So many people want the promise of certainty before they take the action but the only way to be certain as if you take the action the only way you know the difference between someone who's successful in someone who's not as the person who is successful is the person who was willing to get it wrong a lot and make a lot of mistakes and do it wrong and keep going over and over and over and over again. I was just really committed to getting it wrong as many times as i needed to. But most people are like. How can i get this right and as few tries as possible. And that's okay. It's just that's what your brains designed to do designed to conserve energy and be efficient. So it's like no. We can't make mistakes also. That's your primitive brand zane. Mistakes back in the caveman days was definitely certain death. So the only reason your brain is terrified of mistakes is because it really equates mistakes as certain death right. you're like we cannot. That will be death. No this is where we have to be. Access are higher evolved brain realize okay. I'm actually not gonna die. If i make a mistake i might feel a little embarrassed. I might feel a little uncertain. T and as those emotions aren't gonna kill me. Part of part of this growth is being willing to experience crappy emotion and realizing those crappy. Emotions aren't gonna kill you. Just think about that today. Crappy emotions aren't.

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"brain design" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW

THE SMART ART SHOW

04:25 min | 4 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW

"I was thinking. I have a friend. You know he came to me. He was striving for some contract like that. So i was like man. You have a lot on your hand. So i do you want to just you know. Take on this contract. Don't you think that would be a lot. He just looked at me. A smile on said you can never have it all you know i. I was thinking about that deeply. And i talked about it in a different way that the truth is that we can never get to our best once. We have that mentality that we have had it not for we. Have we have enough for this. No need to go for more that we are the best in what we do all our field or something like that that on his own is stagnation that on his own. Us taunting your growth. And that is why today. I wanna talk about how to better your best. How do you tell your best you know. Sometimes the enemies of our next level of success is our previous success. Yes you know. There's this popular saying that. The thinking that got you into a problem can't be descending can get you out of that problem right and the thing is this our brains design to always try to avoid problems to avoid stress instead of solving it so once we developed that mentality that we have the best at what we do our we have you know. Come to the top of careers. Are we doing greatly in our business and we tend not to go look for something new or try to do something that will be challenging to us because our brain has been pat in such a way that whatever we do constantly does what our brain wants to continue doing this is why it takes unintentional and focused.

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"brain design" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Isn't a joe is like why would you do that to yourself. But at the same time there is so compelling and so integrated in our lives innocent said they social media. Can you imagine these getting up and not going on. Some social media account is a big problem. It is a big problem. I had a client come in once and say it looking up with guys on those apps. Sometimes to me feels like empty calories. I thought that was a great analogy inside. Many gay men will tell you that they never very really have a problem. lining up sex. Getting sex is difficult but what is missing for many gay men and what they find often. Many many men find more challenging is developing a deeper connection and in perhaps a relationship and love and intimacy that that is certainly more challenging and one of the other things. I want to say on that as well is that texting really dominates can a- communications as days i also see texting is very problematic or had a client the last week. Who's dating someone. It's going really well in this great chemistry and and that Really enjoying each other. Everything's on text. And there's been a little problem with the communication i said. What are you. Just give them a call have facetime district and he said to me. Oh my god. I can't do that. That would just be way to kinda scary to give someone a call. God yeah and the problem with texting is that we we have. Brains aren't really organized to really accurately interpret texts. We often misread the intent. We can't pick up emotions accurately I'm sure you've worked with many many couples. Where they they start having a fight on text because of this very reason and i think our brains designed to tap tap will die. We designed with designed to connect we we need to make people in the real world and safe facial expressions and be close to people you know women will always say god..

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"brain design" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Soviet-backed mark. We were talking about The brain It civility to Use information And as as used said it gets locked in it loses explicity and that has implications for diseases like antioquia That happens to infancy early childhood but as as people grow up it becomes more difficult thing to intervene correct and similarly The sudden unicycle diseases like Like schizophrenia and autism where the brain appears to be Sort of over stimulated Because it couldn't really discard Familiar inflammation familiar stimuli. That they have. It has already seem so he just a deal. A video large amount of inflammation and And and that might be sort of landline condition for some of these diseases. The ad of autism mrs now loudly autism spectrum disorders asd's and intellectual disabilities. Id's you of your interest and your labs doing work in this area Use as one of the main bad year s been identifying the defective cellular processes within the brain that disrupt behavior Increasing evidence indicates that many cases of amd cabot genetic ideology. So you want to talk a bit about what we know About you know kind of direct connection between the brains designed grades function and justices sure So we i started gave the example before of Of this path discovery where we we began studying visual deprivation. One branch of our tree that came off to study visual recognition memory and another branch of the tree That came off was the study Actually of a specific genetic causes of autism intellectual disability called fragile x syndrome and So a little a word about fragile x of fragile x is a mono genyk disorder. So it's a disease brain development. That is a consequence of the silencing of a single gene called fm or one that encodes a protein called fm rpg and we were studying the mechanisms of Experienced dependence synoptic modification in the context of studies of visual development and one of the phenomena that we were particularly interested in as one called. It's called long-term depression it's Specifically refers to a Activity induced decrease in the strength of synoptic transmission.

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"brain design" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Then you start to pay attention to those worries those fears those insecurities that wake you up at night and when you write them down. You're starting to identify your fears and your fears are just beliefs opinions ideas that you absorbed from experiences that you had in childhood and those beliefs are like software. That's running in your computer brain designing your destiny and often out of your conscious awareness. So let's somebody's an entrepreneur and they wanna be a conscious millionaire. There are coach or business owner. What would what would be the route that you would take them in. And i'm curious about something we've talking about beliefs and some throwing this out there. Where does belief an emotion word of those to come together. So there's a lot of theories on this. Some people believe that Your emotions are energy. That's stored inside of you. You go through traumatic experiences and these feelings get stored in your body and they need to be released other people believe that you have These beliefs that are stored in your mind that you have a belief about who you are what you're capable of whether you're good enough whether you're worthy And we have these beliefs about ourselves. We have our beliefs about others. we have beliefs about what kind of world we live in is the world you live in a school is the world you live in a A an adventure. You know like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get. You know i mean the beliefs that we have influenced us and so i believe personally that it's our beliefs. I don't know for sure. But what i've seen. Is that when you upgrade the beliefs. The emotions in your body shift. So you're entrepreneur on the path to becoming conscious milliner. What at what. Point do you upgrade the beliefs. And how do you how do you do that. What's the technique you use. I'm i'm very curious because everybody has different approaches. And you wrote a book on one belief away some curious about your techniques..

"brain design" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"brain design" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Gets a good thing. Hi about 43. We're back down into the upper twenties for low night Then we start warming. By Wednesday, chilly little more mild right now, 31. It's below freezing. I love to say that don't hear. Yeah, wait till January exactly things that you should know. Today. It's a big day for Disney fans, Chuck Yes, Today is Walt Disney Day and No better way to celebrate. Just like, you know, Use Waltz example. Just stick your head in the freezer. I mean, that might be the best way, Sean, that that's nice. Better than sticking it someplace else, I guess. Boy, everyone's in the Christmas spirit over the weekend. Not now, uber driver uber driver said. Police not be done learned. That was actually is his name May I don't know what he was. Christmas is around the corner. You could tell because the Valentine's Day merchandise is up now in the grocery stores, right? I hate that really is a hey, good news Scientists in Ohio say they've developed a drug that can treat Alzheimer's decades before symptoms even appear seriously. The bad news is Joe Biden has already donated a portion of his brain design. So Zoe's mom said if I had half a brain, did you see CNN? Already asking him to step aside for Cameron. There's somebody over over the weekend on CNN's that you know it's gonna happen. So you might as well let it happen now. Why? It's that they're brutal. First big snowstorm of the season was in Massachusetts on Saturday about a foot of snow, a nor'easter dumping there, and things got pretty cold at Logan Airport. We had a power failure. He has aged, a TLC agents were actually frisking each other at the airport. Stay warm, Exactly. Rudy Giuliani as we told you, the top of showed tested positive for covert 19. But so he's gonna be doing all right. He's responding well. Joe Biden, meanwhile, still has a pulse so that they put it all in perspective. Folks. You want him to day boy? I got to give you that you have to be, You know, that's the way it is. Sad news, Senator Paul Sarbanes championed a lot of things in the big environmental guy dies at the age of 87 over like a nice guy Johnson. Remember, our former colleague Les Kinsolving used refer to him as the stealth senator because you never saw him or heard him. And basically it was Sarbanes Oxley. I think that was one of his big pieces of legislation Strong enough. A lot of businesses. Yes, he did on this guy might not know His name is David Lander died at the age of 73 squeegee. Yeah, Here's Squiggy on 11. And surely there is no reason on Earth. Why Prince Charming cannot want Theo. Our friend's door. Hello? Believe me, I am not sick, and that's a squeeze. David Dilated, died of multiple scrolls. So she's actually was diagnosed at the age of 59 headed for a while. Yeah, was battling that for quite some coming. You may not know the name one Adams. Hey, passed away at the age of 95 over the weekend lawn. Adams is the creator of the Slim Jim. Yeah, I saw that, actually. Although it all for Levi invented Slim Jim in 1928. Adams is the one that is credited with theme or current formula of You know what you're talking about? You're not talking about the things that we used to get in automobiles, right? No, no, the beef jerky state. These turkey think Chuck knew immediately what I was talking about, because you can hear the Celebration going on e thought was opening a slim Jim actually there. I never like Slim Jim, I don't need I didn't even have any beef up until about a year ago. Really? Never had beef ever had really good, fresh beef jerky. There's a really good stuff. Get it. What's that thing in the bag? Jacko Lander to Jack or whatever it is one, you know. Is this alcoholic? Or is it? No. It's Z jerky jerky Jack be Friday. What the hell? It's called, but it says I got it at a golf tournament one time. Jack, leave child. Shawn. Listen, if you don't know, Jack O lantern you don't know, Jack. All right? That's true. I should have just said that proof was trying to keep it clean. Every time I said jacket just kept reminding me. You're going to move the path. All right, Chuck Robb. Incredible Seeing a couple. All right. Appreciate that. 4 10 wcbm 6 81 800 Wcbm six city and if you like to react to the bombshells were opening up the phone lines right now. I don't see how you could do anything but You know, pull this election down in Georgia. After all, this evidence will get your thoughts here in a moment on the morning drive at Fisher Investments. We do things differently. Another money managers don't understand Why? Because our way works great for us, but it may not work for your clients..

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"brain design" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"brain design" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Call that stimulus. Thursday. How about this? How about pandemic using words we never used in like let's say you said, stimulus? Let's. Win The last time you said quarantine. Never You never use before the pandemic quarantine. Shelter in plate. Stimulus. Mamula. Never, use his right here. I'm the number one word you never use until steak, right? PEABODY's. In Superhero sci-fi. Movie. Never said. I never said that word before but. You know what? Everybody listening to thing about last night even like I said, I've been doing a lot of backyard comedy cj lot of backyards and I'm appreciative of that. But feel last night had that energy. Way I felt like people want to come out we do. To come outside. I remember like months old. No, that's not the vibe from last night shot out to you guys man the way that whole event was organized. The way everyone was safe. Everyone was outside. Great job great job hosting and you'll you hug. To. Shot to shot up to everybody blessed stage man. Yes. How about that? How about we went ten for ten? You know from the from the entertainer guy to the singing girl to the poet girl to you know my son his little crew and ask every I mean every comic every entertained there was never a dull right and everybody. Would I never a moment where you go at wasn't so I mean everything was topping and win like. My brain designed to show certain way and it actually did perfect from design if in the mental, you know what I mean no doubt that back from my comedian and people, right they don't. Larry's now cine. Before. You gave me the speech to go on and do what I do. To his gardens right. The king, the king talent new. Your King. Sending he's a jet Fan like me Oh. So before. In the midst of what's going on I king. Let's check out that football score digest. We never got a chance to do it right right now sitting I'm trying to. I'm trying to back the Pennsylvania. The. King the King Donald Trump has the cars. But we're following the guidelines ray. To try to to try to the ability to stay healthy, right K.. When you when you found out that the other king forty-five. Them forty five, hundred show. When you found out that the king had to cocoa. What was and his wife in the dog and everybody else over there? Ain't never been so happy for some bad to happen to my in my life you know when we just generally eight those kinds of pieces you know what? I mean. You know I was happy I woke up. I was happy. It made me want to go to the Dana teigen. cried. Coffee.

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"brain design" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"brain design" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"The poet girl to you know my son, his little crew. Every I every comic every entertained. There was never a dull moment right and everybody never moment where you go at wasn't. So everything was top and and it and it went like you know in my brain designed the show to go a certain way and it actually did perfect from the design if in the mental, you know what? I mean? No doubt. that. That's my comedian antibody. They don't. Larry's now. Before he gave me the speech, go on what I do. To his God his right go the king the king. Talent New York King. Saying he's a big jet fan like me. Okay. So before. In the midst of what's going on I king. Let's check out that football score digestion. We never got a chance to do it right right now. I'm. I'm trying to back the Pennsylvania. The King, the King Donald Trump that has the cocoa heart. but we're following the guidelines ray. To just try to the best ability to stay healthy right Kerry when you when you found out that the. Point. Five. Them came forty five, hundred show. When you found out that the king had to cocoa. And his wife in the dog and everybody else over there. and. I never been so happy for some bad to happen my in my life. You know we just generally eight those kind of pieces you know what? I mean. You. Know I was happy. I was happy. Made me want to go to the dynamic of the..

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Robust Fit to Nature

Data Skeptic

05:42 min | 1 year ago

Robust Fit to Nature

"I enjoy bringing neurologists on the show from time to time as I'm going to do today. In invariably I work in some sort of question about how different the brain is from the machine approach to intelligence. How apples to oranges? These things are in many ways that's fair, and we may eventually develop Agi in some exotic way that bear similar resemblance to our existence, just a computational process that exhibits this property called consciousness who knows but as often as I say it's apples to oranges. It's I. Don't know honey crisp to gala or Fujita red. Delicious Carl Sagan said about Apple Pie the point being that. If you frame it this way, the brain is a highly over parameter. Is the machine yet? It's still learns pretty well. We also have artificial machines that are highly over parameter. That's a complication for us there, so maybe just maybe there's a roadmap somewhere in here and things like evolution in urology can point the way forward. Along. This week on the show. I'm talking to reassign one of the authors on the paper, robust fit to nature, an evolutionary perspective on biological and artificial neural networks. Can't. My name is Alexa. I'm Apple Festival. Neil scientists. According to Department at Princeton, university, or can you tell us a little bit about your specific interest? Within neuroscience, we study out the human brain function in the real world, severely using naturalistic setups and care a lot about our people communicate the thought people, non woods and neuroscience and fields. I may be more familiar with like computer, science and machine learning. Certainly, there's some overlap and collaboration, but we're not known for collaboration per. Se yet I know for meeting some of your papers in particular the. The robust fit to nature paper. We're going to discuss. You have a strong fluency in these tools, so I want to ask you. At what point did you become interested in machine learning so relatively recently, I was saying the last five to ten years. What is unique about my? We understand other brain is operating in life, not realistic setups, so we really don't usually use a lot of the control experiment that are used in cognitive sokaia Daniel signs so most of the modeling and competition. Competition Walk in our food was not given to us because it was never applied to listrik setups excitedly sounded like a black tool in in Messina attention to have modest that sort of cognitive problems. For example you have minded cocoon is faces as good as humans. Instead they ask why these like new models are coming out of fill in computer science. Oh, by companies start to slow cognitive problems in life and second to ask out of this mother's relevant to kneel. Scientists are quality. There's. There's a lot of I. Suppose perspectives on this. Certainly the way of human learns in the way machines currently learned I guess some similarities, but they're quite different. Are we even in a place where we can have strong discussions about this, or is there something exotic Lee apples to oranges about the way machines in the human brain work? It's a good question I think. If you ask most of the people in my field, they will say well, not so, what actually really relevant to in? Kings? It was so different and if you look at the Tilles, that people use now to think about the way and psychology and cognitive functions it will also look very different. But the more we looked into this modernist related, actually that they might be to the same family of models as human brain and amusing details, family of models to say that the obviously a lot of differences between biological networks in official neural networks, but we now think that they might belong to the same family of and broadly speaking. What is that family? Can we characterize it in some mathematical way? We. Can I take what unique about? It down models. What is the time to act down model? The title understand and let me explain if you think about go back to the example of faces face net is a model tied to give the proper name, the Labor of the name of the face. We Batticaloa image. If you think about language modern, it's modern to predict the next world in sentence or complete a sentence if you think about driving a car. To drive, so if you think I'm GonNa, sit downing. It's what I to act in performance. Pacific function and they don't think down what a tight to understand the world. To Act in the world, and we stopped to think that the brain also have is like when without desire to act now brain designed to acting six and not designed to understand the situation, and this is very different perspective. Perspective of must people in our field I think actually the to understand other lengths factor so I will give you an example Devesh simple example in I. think it will help us to think let's say I. Five Thousand Points that will simple from Pablo, if a student of mine will come we ten thousand parameters to predict it's like. Like ten thousand nine points or not scientist. He didn't gain any understanding, Abud, on the next track so I really unappreciated if he understood that Pablo can be monitored by CLAMATO.

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"brain design" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"brain design" Discussed on WTVN

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"brain design" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"brain design" Discussed on WJR 760

"That's a lot of words to harmonize too yet cold sore and my favorite I had no real colors and now and ask for the Kevin are you sure he's another fad can go away we've done so far yeah yeah that's right once it happened once along with the song it it's lost it's a cool thing is that that as has as have we all right back with more right after the the long months has a new project that aims to put Bluetooth enabled implants in the brain's design for the first time for patients with brain damage or disorders must says the device from a company that he founded called neural link can speed up human interaction with artificial intelligence and do it with the tiny chip connected to a thousand minuscule wires are you gonna stick something in her brain you you you want to save not be giant I ordered a tiny and to be approximately on par with the things that are already there the neurons so this is about the size of a of an you're on the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX says his new ruling devices will consist of a tiny chip connected with thousand wires measuring one tenth the width of a human hair must says the devices can be used by those seeking a memory bows by stroke victims cancer patients quadriplegics and others with congenital defects the company says up to ten units can be placed on the patient's brain and get this the chips can be connected to an iPhone app that the user can control officials in Hawaii say police have begun to arrest protesters who were blocking a road to stop a giant telescopes construction and Mauna Kea about thirty native Hawaiian elders and dozens of other demonstrators have been trying to stop the construction of an observatory on a mountain on the Hawaiian island they consider sacred Hawaiian officials say police are resting protesters.

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"brain design" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"brain design" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ark Brunetti says his brain designs or neither calling them thought provoking instead on Monday. The supreme court will hear his challenge to part of a federal law that says officials should refuse to registered trademarks that are scandalous or immoral Brunetti says it should be struck down as unconstitutional restriction on speech tests, about ETA KFI news Facebook, so that it spent more than twenty two and a half million dollars on security for CEO, Mark Zuckerberg twenty eighteen and is more than twice as much with the social media giant spent the year before for that. So I could Burke himself draws a salary of one dollar a year. Delta Airlines is testing out giving passengers more personal space downsize, reducing the amount seats can recline on its fleet of sixty two Airbus a-3 twenty jets the amount of recline of coach seats will go from four inches to two inches recline. A first class seats will be produced from five point five inches to three point five inches fell. To says, it has no plans to add seats or reduce space between rose. A delta spokeswoman says. Change is part of dances continued efforts to make the inflight experience more enjoyable and multitasking easier. The change rolls out this weekend. Go see a Rivera KFI news. The White House has begun a new review of a proposal to bus illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities. The White House dismissed the proposal on Friday. But then the president said he likes the idea house. Homeland security chairman Mississippi democrat Bennie Thompson says it Trump is using drama and far fetched ideas as a distraction what we have now is a constant push of the system. So that it doesn't work. Why now says the relocation plan could be a win for both parties. Some immigration advocates say moving migrants to sanctuary cities could be a good way to help them get settled in the country. President Trump's reelection campaign is told AP now it will report raising more than thirty million dollars in the first quarter of twenty nine thousand nine that is lightly more than his two top democratic rivals combined. According to the Trump campaign nearly ninety nine percent of donations were two hundred dollars or less. The average donation pegged at thirty four dollars twenty six cents. A woman in Georgia says a couple of leaks around our house, but there's no way the leaks were this bad. See got a water Bill into called county for twenty three thousand sixty three dollars in one penny..

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"brain design" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"brain design" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"In that is good paying jobs, and there's some good ones. So tell them about NBA energy or tell them to give them a call it NBA energy one of our sponsors on the program today. All right. Let's get to the phones here and Ryan's up in my not want to talk about the law. Only Ryan, what's on your mind. Ryan Ryan's by name. Brian with a B got it. Okay. Brian. Go ahead. I just want to ask. I don't want a wall. Do they lock your house at night? Were they have yard around the backyard. People out. Is filled with all eight. Allow that are harmful. The wall. I have traveled in Caribbean. I have traveled in Asia. Everybody wants to come to the United States. When did you last year neighbor, and they wanted to go to Asia and the Caribbean? Live and prosper. Everybody wants to come in the United States have an orderly product. Honestly, we need help. We need we need people. We need resources. I've heard great stories of the. I think it's WBZ CEO belting down and then brought in legal immigrants from. I forget where but that person coming here with what he had in his brain designed something then started a division in their company than resulting in forty fifty one hundred jobs. So one person comes here create something. And so it isn't like we're saying we don't need the help we do. But we we need to have it be the kind of person is going to come here to work and not live off the system, obviously and be here legally. So we're gonna shut. The word is come here. And do and builders Spidey better come. In lead up through. But we have the different. I know it makes good sense. Ryan, thanks for the call eight hundred two two eight zero five five zero zero toll free telephone number. You want them on? How do you make the argument for the wall? What do you tell people that don't want the wall, or I got to believe there's more of us that don't want the ball? They want the wall. Otherwise, why we'd have the law for crying out loud. We have been talking about enhancing border security since the Reagan era. Why has it had happened? Again, I believe the reason it isn't happens. Democrats don't want it because they want more voters. And yet you have quite a span some folks just open borders don't care others. See it as an opportunity to gain more voters exploited the system. Right. So they they fight against it. But they can't fight the people always and forever. They really can't. Note saying did you ever wonder if Trump was the right choice? Well wonder no more history repeats itself. Sing-along little photo here. And it's a bunch of people working on a wall. Looks to be. Long long time ago and the caption says and the man God chose was neither a politician, nor a priest instead God chose a builder whose name was Emma. Maya. Nehemiah and the first step of rebuilding the nation was the building of great wall. God instructed Nehemiah to build a wall around Jerusalem to protect its citizens from enemy attack. So to answer said question, doesn't it? That's my proof. Keep up the great work. God bless us. JT? Thank you. Appreciate that very.

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"brain design" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"brain design" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"But that's really what I'm thinking about in this new book, and there is a lot of there's a lot of research here at shows people who are kinder or more successful, happier, healthier, more popular. And there's there right ways and wrong ways to do this, our mutual friend. Grant wrote an excellent book of even take about the difference between people who are wisely compassionate in the workplace and people who are sort of foolishly compassionate in the word. Workplace Tibetans sometimes referred to this idiot compassion, which is expression. You can do kindness throng way in a way that does not redound to your benefit or perhaps anybody's benefit but done correctly meditation. I mean kindness can be incredibly enriching and. The thing to know is that it's. Through meditation. Having that self awareness shows, you that feels better to be nice just think about the moment of holding the door open for someone that moment of courtesy. What does it feel like if you're paying attention? It feels good that feeling is infinitely scalable, it's huge. And that is what I that's the way. I want to start talking about this. I haven't figured it out. I love it. It's true. I mean, we are social beings. In fact, you know, you Wilson wrote a book called the social conquest of the earth, which is that we all need to work together and altriset ways to actually help us five and one of the things we know now scientifically is the brain in the area of dopamine stimulation, which is what we get from our phone or from cocaine or drugs. It is activated by altruism. So our bodies and our brains designed to get pleasure and satisfaction and even healing from kindness, which is kind of crazy idea, but it called the helpers high. That's That's. that's how my life and Adam grant is really picked up on something that I've sort of learned just by intuition, which is if you are kind of people if you help them with no sort of looking for something in return that actually it's a big cycle that keeps coming back and back, and I've seen that my own life over and over again, the less contracted. I feel the less media feel the less grasping. I feel the more generous I feel happy. I am the more good stuff happens. Just automatically it's incredibly powerful. And I don't know the mechanism. Yeah. Who knows but it works. Yeah. I mean, I I wanted a friend of mine. I'm great stuff happens to me as well. You've just done so much to help so many people over so many years. All that's coming back. Right. Sounds good. Yeah. So Dan, thank you so much for.

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"brain design" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:18 min | 3 years ago

"brain design" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Five Oakland should reach a high of fifty seven the forecast. High for San Jose is fifty eight in Sacramento should be too high tomorrow, fifty three degrees. You're listening to K Q E D eighty eight point five San Francisco and cake, you we I eighty nine point three north Highland Sacramento. We're live online at KiKi weedy dot org. It's ten thirty one. One. This is forum. I'm Michael Krasny. Our guests this hour's recant sin and Rick answered is a psychologist and author of a book called resilient to grow an unshakable core of calm, strengthen happiness house like a big order, and in many ways it is. You know, I'm just reminded of conversation. I had with the screenwriter and. For many years, political writer, Nora Ephron, and may not have been original with her. But she said you remember the failures you don't remember the successes for many people. That's true. Yeah. That's an example of as we said earlier what scientists call the brains negativity bias, and it's one of the most useful findings from neuroscience. A lot of neuroscience research is glamorous. But it's not very useful. It's overblown, but this is one of those findings that really makes a difference for people to realize that it's not your fault. You've got a brain that's designed to over learn from negative experiences to to keep you alive in the wild to keep you on your toes. And so today, it's kind of remarkable really right now to realize that your brains designed to do five. Thanks, one scan for bad news to over-focus on it three overreact to it for fast track it into memory. That's where you remember those failures once burned twice shy. We remember for. Sample negative information about people much more than positive information, thus celebrity gossip and attack hats and politics, and then fifth the cortisol that's released when we're rushing to a meeting of arguing with our teenager cortisol is released when we feel frazzled or anxious or blue goes up into your brain. And it sensitize is the alarm bell at the brain the amid della. So now ranks more readily and more loudly and cortisol weakens nearby part of the brain the hippocampus which puts things in perspective calms down the alarm bell of the brain and tells the hypothalamus to quit calling for stress hormones enough already. Well, this creates a vicious cycle. It means that stress and anxiety or brooding over your failures today makes you just a little more vulnerable or sensitive or prickly or brittle the next day, which then exposes you to even more stressful cortisol, which which makes you more vulnerable the day after that. And this is a great way to keep animal. Alive in the Seren Getty or back in Jurassic Park. And today, it's occasionally useful. If you're really stuck in a horrible situation. But for most people that brains negativity bias creates a lot of unnecessary suffering suffering and also a lot of unnecessary conflict with other people and that all eventually wears on your body's physical health and longevity over the long haul. So nobody plays a very significant role in all this and you get back to your troika safety satisfaction in connection. They're all linked to different parts of the brain. Right. Yeah. That's exactly right is the brain evolved in these three stages can like building a house on the bottom floor up. It's reptilian brain stem, mammalian, subcortex and primate human cortex, the management of our needs by avoiding harms for safety approaching rewards for satisfaction and attaching to others for connection. So we have these three major systems those are related to these three layers of brain of Lucien, or as I say to the inner lizard mouse and monkey. Inside us all so it's repeatedly important to help yourself actually experience and sustain an authentic experience of enough safety enough satisfaction enough connection doesn't have to be perfect. But a sense of enough newness of it. And as you actually register the experience of needs met that replaces an underlying sounds of deficit and disturbance that drives us into the red zone. If you will something missing something wrong replaces that sense of deficit and disturbance with a sense of fullness and balance in terms of needs Matt which then can become the basis upon which we meet the next challenge to our needs. Boy, it's hard for those of us who have the Roddick things that are demons driving the so it really is. It's burdensome overtime, and I've had my own for sure. But what is crystal clear is that a good news and bad news. Good news with a little effort each day. Half a dozen or less. Times a day less than half a minute at a time. You actually can register something useful inside yourself and help yourself grow bet as a result. That's the good news. The bad news. No one can do it. But you I always remember a psychologists told me years ago every silver lining has a cloud in. And there are many of us who think that way, you know, and it's almost like automatic you have to reorganize your brain, literally reorganize your brain. Yeah. And I think sometimes the preoccupation with clouds can make us miss the real tornadoes. Well, let's find out what our listeners have to say. Or ask him. We'll begin Erica with you. Good morning. You're on the air. Erica. Hi, thanks for having a conversation. I'm just sitting here agreeing with everything your has said so far about six months ago. I had the third of social media meltdown where I was just so overwhelmed by everything and I was having such great, anxiety and depression, and I just had to delete everything get rid of it all for my sanity. And that sorta started this whole process of self compassion for the first time, I was able to kind of get rid of all the outside voices that have been infiltrating my brain for years, and and kinda take some time out for myself and start meditating and start reading Bruni Brown's work on shame and Wilner ability. And and then start practicing everything at your guest is talking about just moments you've difficult moments and not dwelling on them. Rick writes in his book about, you know, moving moment to moment like drop by drop. I it's it's an incremental process really hard to to do that when you're constantly checking in on your phone. All the horrors of the world and everything that's going on. And it's really important that people take that time to check in with themselves and their mind and say is this true. Is this helping me how can I actually? Hit some time for myself to reflect on what's going on in my brain. And and use it for good instead of just sitting here dwelling on the negative thing. Anyway, Erica, I appreciate your call Ricky respond. I think Erica should be on the show. But anyway, that was great and one of the things I'm struck by. And I think it's for people in general is how useful it is to be mindful of growing in other words to be aware of what it's like incrementally bit by bit a little bit each day to become a little stronger, a little more capable a little calmer resilient a little more loving a little more resilient and mindfulness of the growth process helps us get good at growing, and I think of being able to learn or grow is the most fundamental strength of all because it's the one that grows the rest of them Erica. Thank you for the call. And I hope you continue to progress, and we'll go to progressive another caller from Las beach Mary. That's you. Good morning. I guess I must beach Mary. First of all, I so appreciate everything. The speaker has been saying I wish you were in our government. And because what you're saying is fundamental to our culture for changing, our culture is as in the United States were so taught not to be to be versus to anything. That's negative. We always try to. Oh, I don't wanna be unhappy. I don't wanna feel bad. I don't wanna be too hot. I don't wanna be too cold. And that ability to just accept the fact that things happen and be able to pay attention to them and move through them. But as you were speaking, I was reminded of that there's a native American saying where you see the wolf. So that insanity when your mind starts dwelling on these terrible negative things. You're feeding that wolf inside you. And so what you want to do don't feed the wolf. And star of the wolf. That will got it. But you know, this is such great stuff in. It's so beneficial for people here this and help them get through the day that I wish somehow everything you're caller could say would be on twenty four hours a day. Network. So everybody could hear it repeatedly. And then maybe it would get into our memory. So thank you so much to both of you great program. Really? Appreciate it. And you have a good day. Thank you for that Mary from speech. And Stephen says, did you have any tips on dealing with the fear associated with chronic pain? Well, related both to chronic pain into what Mary just said, they're the worst person's life is and the less they're supported by institutions or their network of acquaintances. The more important it is to look for those authentic little moments over the course of a day when you're experiencing something useful. And it doesn't necessarily have to be pleasurable or quote, unquote, positive. You're experiencing something useful. You're realizing something you're becoming more skillful with another person, you have a sense of your own if Farrell qualities let's say your own indestructible core and in that. Moment, you can rest your attention on that take it into yourself change, your brain for the better, and then draw on it. The more you go down the road. And I think it's easy to somehow sometimes think about the kinds of things for talking about is sort of for self-indulgent yuppies at yoga cap, right? And not that there's anything wrong with that. But the more we're let down by society, the more. We're pushed around by powerful forces. The more important is to grow strengths inside. And that's certainly true for chronic physical pain can override everything, you know, you're in a dark tunnel. I think. I went through some of this at one point in my life. And I thought you know, I understand why people want to take the hemlock. I mean, there's just things can be great otherwise. But all you're experiencing is is terrible pain. Right. I've myself experienced some physical pain, and I've known people who deal with very serious track. Intractable pain, and I've learned from them and one of the things you learn from them is that if you fight the pain much as you were saying earlier. Yeah. These obsessive thoughts or neurotic thoughts and so forth. If you fight them, you just get stuck to them. Right. You get entangled with them. So you have to be able to step back from the pain and hold the pain in a much bigger space. And I think that makes all the difference. There's a traditional metaphor that pain is like salt. So if you put a spoonful assault in a Cup of water stirred up and drink it, it tastes, really horrible. But if you can take the pain or the worry or the upset or the present moment. And hope take that spoonful assault and poured into a big bucket of clean water. And then stirred up and take a Cup and drink out, you hardly, it doesn't taste so bad at all. So the question is west this face was in which we hold the experience or what's the ground on which it lands. And I think as we grow this increasingly durable core inside of resilient wellbeing. Then. We're much more able to handle the swings and arrows of outrageous fortune. His listener who writes, I'm slowly learning that my worst feelings have a cause and reason engaging in mindfulness allows me to reflect and pinpoint exactly what causes the negative feelings. This allows me to come down and grow with my emotions and Chander says does your guests have any suggestions as to a quick mind diversion when one is in constant thoughts of negativity. One of the most simple things. One of the simplest thing is wholesome physical. Pleasure. It's great actually your to your little chilled put on a little jacket your little thirsty. Drink a little water tastes something. Sweet put a little flannel against your cheek. These very primal sensors sensual pleasures, if you think about the inner lizard mouse monkey inside us all we need a fair amount of soothing and these undeniable you could be clinically depressed..

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