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Description

Narration
Brain Health - Psychology - Neurology - Behavior - Thinking Patterns

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

North American, US Mid-Atlantic, US West Coast (California, Portland)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
So why do we need to disrupt our patterns of thinking? Well, to understand this, we need to go back to when we were kids. Our minds were like little mountains, fresh with possibility and very fews dreams or patterns formed with time and with the raining down of little droplets of experience, we started to form patterns or streams. And as we started to have more and more experiences in certain areas, those dreams became deep and entrenched rivers of thinking. These rivers are very important there. What make us experts in our chosen professions. But when we need new and fresh ideas, we can get stuck in our rivers of thinking. Freshness helps us find the stimulation and inspiration to push us out of our rivers of thinking, which will lead to new and different ideas. So how can you instill freshness into your work? Try getting into the habit of doing things you normally wouldn't such as bring people into your ideation session that have very different perspectives