Steven R. Campbell, Professor; Speaker; Former Educational Dean, Empire College; Author, Making Your Mind Magnificent; Host, “Making Your Mind Magnificent” (KOWS radio)
Steven Campbell presents an eye-opening look at the reason most of our goals are never met and how they can be. Most of our goals are expressed in the future tense: “I will do this.” Our brains then say, “Good luck, I hope you do,” and we never take an active role. However, our goals can be met by changing how we express them. When we express our goals differently, our brains then figure out ways of meeting these goals. When this was first posited in the early ’60s, it forever changed psychology’s perspective on goal achievement. By understanding just this one facet of Gestalt psychology, our brains can be taught to be an active participant in making sure our goals are met. Listeners will learn how to make their minds their very own mentors.
Location: 110 The Embarcadero, Toni Rembe Rock Auditorium, San Francisco Time: 4:45 p.m. networking reception, 5:15 p.m. program MLF: Grownups Program organizer: John Milford
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