As a nation, we have never seen Corporate America and our Monetary System this volatile. Unfortunately, news reports about the US economy are gloomy as well as many other nations around the world. We are in a global crisis and it is evident each day. Thousands of hard working qualified employees are losing their jobs, pension plans, health insurance, monthly income and even their savings. The work environment has become more competitive, promotions, pay raises, job security are all at stake and the uncertainty of conditions are enough to make anyone question their own abilities to support themselves and their loved ones.
As an individual curious about your own brain and how it functions, it is vitally important that you understand that you need an edge over the next person. Possessing specific skill sets, tools, and tactics that allow you to get more done, faster, more accurately and with less effort will separate you from your colleagues. And, your competitors won’t know what hit them.
It is time to understand how you can make a difference. Make the change, invest in yourself, and your future. Do Not live by the law of uncertainty. Instead, live by knowing that you are operating at a peak level everyday.
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How Does The Brain Actually Work?
Complete neuron cell diagram. Neurons (also known as neurones and nerve cells) are electrically excitable cells in the nervous system that process and transmit information. In vertebrate animals, neurons are the core components of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves.
The complexity and diversity in nervous systems is dependent on the interconnections between neurons, which rely on a limited number of different signals transmitted within the neurons to other neurons or to muscles and glands. The signals are produced and propagated by chemical ions that produce an electrical charge that moves along the neuron.