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If you are an Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, Georgia O'Keeffe, Yogi Berra or Tina Fey, your mind doesn't need much help seeing new things—important things—precisely because you aren't looking for something else. The rest of us . . . well, we're the ones that bestselling change strategist/author Dudley Lynch has created his 3-day LEAP! LAB™ seminar for.
This thinking-skills-augmentation event will be held on October 24, 25 and 26 at The University of Florida Hotel and Conference Center in Gainesville. Participants who sign up prior to September 1 will receive a $400 discount off the event's $1,377 tuition fee. Details are available at http://www.braintechnologies.com/seminar.htm/
Based on Lynch's latest book, LEAP! How to Think Like a Dolphin & Do the Next Right, Smart Thing Come Hell or High Water, THE LEAP! LAB will take much of its inspiration from the late neuroscientist Paul Bach-y-Rita's observation: "Just give the brain the information and it will figure it out."
What Lynch, president of Brain Technologies Corporation of Gainesville, Florida, most wants his book readers and seminar participants to be able to figure out on demand in today's tumultuous new century is what needs to come next. Or, to use his description from LEAP!, he wants them to be able to "find and mobilize the next right, smart good thing or move."
Lynch argues that the most accomplished human mindset for "using the power of next" is the mindset he first wrote about in one of the late 1980s' and early 1990s' most talked about personal and organizational change books, Strategy of the Dolphin: Scoring a Win in a Chaotic World (Morrow).
To use Lynch's evocative metaphors of the mind, getting to "dolphin-thinking" waters requires moving beyond carp-, shark- and not-quite-flying-fish-thinking waters. Thus much of his new book and new seminar is designed to help his audience access a new "next level" psychology in themselves that can routinely propel them to where they will find the answers they need next.
THE LEAP! LAB is especially designed for such thinking skills professionals as executive and personal coaches, corporate trainers, career counselors, educators and clergypersons, as well as managers and entrepreneurs who enjoy thinking outside the box. Attendees will be certified as Brain Technologies Corporation "Associates" for teaching LEAP! skills and using the company's unique lineup of pioneering "Neuro Revolution" self-assessment tools and models to help people grow themselves and their organizations.
"LEAP!psych™" is Lynch's blog on using the power of next. To visit the blog or to order LEAP!, the book, go to http://www.braintechnologies.com .
About Brain Technologies Corporation
For more than 30 years, Dudley Lynch, president of Brain Technologies, has used his modeling and descriptive skills to translate discoveries and developments in the Neuro Revolution into practical, pragmatic learning tools, assessments, books and “technologies” for aiding individuals and teams that wish to become more effective performers in a rapid-change world.
His widely used BrainMap® assessment instrument was one of the first whole-brain tools for understanding general thinking skills patterns—and remains the only “personality test” actually based on brain functioning studies following surgical interventions. It is available both in a printed format and an instantly accessible online version at www.braintechnologies.com.
BTC’s premier self-inquiry product is its Asset Report®: The Book of You tool. Using input from a simple, quick-check 14-item questionnaire that takes most respondents only minutes to complete and a 12,000-item data base he spent five years creating, Mr. Lynch personally assembles a heavily customized “book of you” report of about 100 pages detailing the particulars of a person’s thinking styles and skills. In the past decade, he has produced Asset Reports for thousands of his BTC distributors and their clients throughout the world.
He is the author of 15 books and hundreds of magazine articles and blog items. He has spoken at numerous industry and professional events and conducted training in Africa, Europe, Asia and throughout North America. Brain Technologies is headquartered in Gainesville, Florida.
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