Choosing to Have Patience

What Goes on in Your Brain and How to Influence It My brother Mark needed to tie down the tarp on a wood cabinet in the back of a pickup. He struggled with this because a stroke left his right side paralyzed. “Let me help,” I said. Fiercely independent, Mark glared at...

Leaders Use Mirror Neurons

Tap this Secret to Creating Rapport In 1992, a group of scientists in Parma, Italy, were doing research with macaque monkeys. They watched as one monkey looked at a second one open and eat a banana. The motor cortex in the first monkey lit up as though it also was...