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A 5 Step Threat Assessment and Response Model

In the blog, “The Science behind managing Adversity and Fear,” I outlined the regions of the brain involved in mediating our fear responses of fight, flight, freeze, and thoughtful engagement.  The limbic system, reptilian brain (R-complex), and the neocortex are involved in evaluating the adversity and the readings from both...
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The Science behind managing Adversity and Fear

Adversity is a fact of life.  It occurs whether we want it to or not, and shows up in our professional and personal lives. It is usually unexpected or arrives with little warning. For example, in business, the financial markets are always fluctuating which may create significant financial anxiety when...
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