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Master your brain: Neuroscience for personal development

Discover how this approach can help with stress, self confidence, motivation, change, communication, relations, ...
Instructor:
Gregory Caremans - Brain Academy
29,465 students enrolled
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A groundbreaking model of human behavior that will help you gain well-being, improve your relationships, and ultimately take control of your own life
Understand the mechanism of stress: Discover what part of our brain is responsible for triggering stress and how to switch from one part to another to eliminate it. You will also see how to deal with others who are under stress.
Improve your self-Confidence: Learn how we position ourselves towards others. Identify where you stand. Learn how to recognize manipulative behavior and how to deal with it. Learn how to react when faced with bullying, peacock behavior and lack of confidence.
Connect with your motivations: Learn the distinction between lasting and temporary motivations. Find out an easy way to figure out what truly motivates you, then use that knowledge to your advantage to improve your work and life.
Manage your obsessions: We all have them, and it's no big deal. However sometimes they take over. Learn how to recognize obsessive behavior, the mechanism behind it, and how to keep it under control.
Unlock your full potential: You will be given the keys to the part of your brain that is responsible for self-control, adaptation, willpower, focus, but also creativity and spirituality. learn how to switch in just a couple of minutes and become the best version of yourself.

Congratulations! You just found the N°1 bestselling course about Brain Science on Udemy!

Discover the NeuroCognitive and Behavioral Approach. Learn how 4 brainstructures run our lives and how to take control

The NBA (or Neurocognitive and Behavioral Approach) is a fascinating, innovative and multi-disciplinary approach born out of 25 years of scientific research. It combines the fields of neurosciences, social psychology, behavioral sciences and many more to come up with one overlaying, comprehensive theory which gives unique insights in our complex human nature. It was originally developed by the French scientist J. Fradin.

As the director of the Institute of Neurocognitivism I had the chance to work with Dr Fradin and become an expert in his groundbreaking approach. I’ve developed this course as to make his work accessible to all, regardless of background or prior knowledge. I’m much more a communicator than a scientist myself. And that’s exactly my contribution to his work: explaining complex matters in a comprehensive and entertaining way.

Over 14.000 students enrolled. Raving 5 star reviews:

“…Every lecture is packed with information that is presented very clearly. The lectures offer both insight and techniques to improve personal development.”

“…quality is top. It was a joy to watch this course. Recommended.”

“… the best part about the course is its intention to disseminate how you can benefit from applying the knowledge learned in real life situations, not just learning the information for learning’s sake. Highly recommended!”

This course is so much more than a pile of recorded lectures. It’s really almost a living, breathing entity, a work in progress, that continues to evolve over time. What to expect:

  • 30 day full money back guarantee, no questions asked
  • High instructor availability: I answer any questions you may have in a short time frame. I always answer within 24 hours, but usually much faster than that.
  •  Weekly educational announcements, mostly blog posts, on how our brain works and its impact in our daily life. This is brand new content, exciting insights, that I’ll be sending your way on a weekly basis
  • Based on student’s questions, I’ll be adding new content on a regular basis
  • The content stays up to date, based on new scientific research and studies
  • Tools and insights for personal development and authentic relationships

Expect to develop a revolutionary new framework, based on our active brain structure. Look at the world with new eyes and recognize the underlying patterns that govern our lives and that of those around us. Expect exercises, homework, putting theory into practice in a fun and entertaining way. You will also gain access to our Facebook group where you will be able to exchange your experiences with the NBA and learn from others as well.

So what are you waiting for? Join now!

Introduction to the Course

1
Welcome

Introduction to the course

2
Hypothesis

The NBA is not the truth, it is based on our current knowledge and hypothesis

3
A learning community

Our Reptilian Brain

1
Before we start

A couple of questions to get you started

2
The role of the Reptilian Brain

A brief explanation on the original role of the Reptilian Brain

3
How to recognize the different types of Stress

A closer look to the modern emanation of the original defense mechanism

4
Recognizing your own stress

Take the test and see what is your preferred strategy towards stress

5
How to manage our stress

teaser for the Prefrontal Brain

6
Multisensoriality

Practical exercise

Our Reptilian Brain: RSM - Relational Stress Management

1
Introduction to RSM

Relational Stress Management explained

2
RSM - Flee

How to deal with people in flee stress

3
RSM - Fight

How to deal with people in fight stress

4
RSM - Freeze

How to deal with people in freeze stress

5
Conclusion to RSM

Conclusion to the Relational Stress Management

6
Homework

Do your homework and make this course yours

7
Conclusion to the Reptilian Brain

Conclusion to the Reptilian Brain

Our Paleo-Limbic Brain

1
Before we start

A couple of questions to get you started

2
The role of the Paleo-Limbic Brain

Why do we have a Paleo-Limbic Brain?

3
Self Confidence

The axis of self-confidence

4
Trust

The axis of trust

5
How we get our group positioning

Who decides where we end up on the two scales?

6
Knowing your own positioning

Do you know where you stand on the axes of self confidence and trust?

7
Different situations, same position

Why do we sometimes feel confident, and at other moments, not at all?

8
Changing our own positioning

Is there a quick fix for my low self esteem?

9
RGPM -Relational Group Positioning Management

What is Relational Group Positioning Management?

10
RGPM - rules to follow

How to deal with others who are in Paleo-Limbic mode?

11
Homework

Do this small exercise before moving on

12
Conclusion to the Paleo-Limbic brain

Conclusion to the Paleo-Limbic brain

13
Request

Our Neo-Limbic Brain - Personalities and Motivations

1
Before we start

A couple of questions to get you started

2
The role of the Neo-Limbic Brain

Why do we have a Neo-Limbic brain?

3
Primary Personalities

What are primary personalities?

4
Impact of the reptilian strategies

Discover the surprising roots of our personalities

5
Eight personality types

An overview of our 8 personality types

6
Homework

Do this small exercise before moving on

7
Secondary Personalities

What are secondary personalities?

8
loss of motivation

What's going on? I feel confused about my motivations.

9
Intolerance

Pick your battles

10
Conclusion to the Neo-limbic brain - Motivations

Conclusion to our motivations

11
About Motivation

Our Neo-Limbic Brain - Obsessions

1
Before we start

A couple of questions to get you started

2
Obsessions - How to spot them

When passion turns into an obsession

3
Causes and mechanism

How does an obsession work?

4
Actif and Passif

Types of obsessions

5
Failure to compensate

Houston, we have a problem

6
Recover your freedom

Take back control

7
Manage others

How to deal with the obsessions of others

8
Homework

Do this exercise before moving on

9
Conclusion to the Neo-Limbic brain - Obsessions

Conclusion to our obsessions

Our Pre-Frontal Brain

1
Before we start

A couple of questions to get you started

2
The Automatic Mode versus the Adaptive Mode

Two operational modes

3
The 6 dimensions of the Pre-frontal brain

Find out how to differentiate both modes

4
Multiple point of views

practical exercise

5
The Means/demands Pyramid

practical exercise

6
Prefrontal others

How to bring others to use their Prefrontal Brain

7
Conclusion to the Prefrontal brain

Conclusion to the Prefrontal Brain

Synthesis

1
Content and container

Understand the shift in perspective, your new way to look at events

2
Who's in control?

let's see who does what at any given time

3
BONUS: Presentations

Why do so many of us dread giving presentations?

4
Bonus: Adolescence vs Mid-life crisis

Sometimes you hear that a mid-life crisis is something like a late adolescence. So what about it?

5
Bonus: Discipline vs self-discipline

Discipline and self-discipline. Is there a difference?

6
Bonus: My favorite part of the brain

Conclusion

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Final Conclusion

Now it's your turn

2
Test
3
Final request
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BONUS: What's next?
You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
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