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Confusion And Brain Strain Are Freakish Factors Required To Learn

Whenever possible the brain operates on autopilot. That’s why for example you can fold laundry while having a conversation. Your brain goes on autopilot to fold clothes so you can focus your thinking on the conversation. When you do something over and over again, your brain picks up the pattern and reverts to autopilot. This impacts the … [Read More...]

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Association Virtual Event Strategy Benchmarking

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