Neuroplasticity, a concept only discovered within the past twenty years or so, refers to the ability of the brain’s neural pathways to grow, change, and reorganize. This plasticity can be impacted by external (physical or chemical) changes to the structure of the brain, but it can also be changed by internal, activity-dependent behaviors. This means that we can work to intentionally enhance or alter our brain function by changing our behaviors and thought patterns. Meditation is one particularly well-studied practice for brain change.We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


How to Build a Growth Mindset

Building a growth mindset can help us become better learners.


The Power of Belief—Mindset and Success | Eduardo Briceno | TEDxManhattanBeach

The way we understand our intelligence and abilities deeply impacts our success. Based on social science research and real life examples, Eduardo Briceño articulates how mindset, or the understanding of intelligence and abilities, is key.


How You Can Be Good at Math, and Other Surprising Facts About Learning | Jo Boaler | TEDxStanford

You have probably heard people say they are just bad at math, or perhaps you yourself feel like you are not “a math person.


The Growth Mindset

Sal talks with Stanford Professor Carol Dweck about her research on the Growth Mindset.


Growth Mindset vs Fixed Mindset

What is a growth mindset and how to develop it? Dr. Carol Dweck, a Stanford University psychologist, established the terms growth mindset vs fixed mindset. While most people tend to lean toward one mindset or the other, it’s possible to have a mix of both.


Angela Duckworth - A Growth Mindset Is the Right Mindset - Insights for Entrepreneurs - Amazon

Do you believe that people are capable of change, or that people are ultimately unchangeable? The way you feel about this question influences your own ability to grow, gain new skills, and develop positive change in your own life.


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