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The Brain of Tomorrow - Staying Ahead of the Curve

When:

Tue Aug 19 2014, 9:00am–2:00pm

Where: Mochtar Riady Auditorium, SMU, 81 Victoria Street, Bras Basah, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • General: $138.00
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Listed by: MindChamps

It takes a supercomputer, 82,944 processors and 40 minutes to simulate 1 second of a human brain activity.

For the first time, a panel of global experts shares insight drawn from the areas of Neuroscience, Mindset Development, Creativity Research and Music to expand your learning horizons.

1. Music as a Creative Nutrient by Professor Larry Scripp
We all know that Healthy Food = Healthy Minds, but did you know that music feeds your creativity? Learn what the latest research on music show:
i. music as one of the key literacies in the 21st century
ii. nurturing and shaping your brain with music
iii. music to optimise your critical and creative thinking skills

2. Creating to Compete Globally by Professor Kirpal Singh
What will the 21st century global workplace hold for you and your future generation? Learn how you can create the competitive edge for success by:
i. recognising cultural norms that impede creativity
ii. understanding the role of innovation in the workplace
iii. nurturing your 'global creativity'

3. Mindset over matter by Mr David Chiem
Mindset is... everything! Leap from Good to Great by adopting the 3 ingredients of What Makes a Champion as researched at the Sydney and Beijing Olympics:
i. stamp your unique brand on everything you do
ii. apply the philosophy of 100% Respect, Zero Fear to confront conventional wisdom
iii. embrace 'setbacks' as a seeds for growth and turn them into 'setup' for success

4. Your Learning Brain, upgrade 2.0 by Mr Brian Caswell
How much of your brain's latent potential do you actually harness? Learn how you can overcome an instinctive Left-Brain bias and create the optimal environment to:
i. break through the old modes of thinking
ii. build the love of the learning for life (in yourself and your children)
iii. solve problems more easily and more creatively