Our brain and the way it thinks is powerful and persuasive. How often are you convinced that your perspective and point of view is the truth, the only way to see a situation? The reality, though, is that perspective is a choice. There are other, more positive perspectives that we can choose to take that might help us think, feel, and communicate differently.

What if you were able to use the idea of perspective as a tool to shift your thinking from more pessimistic to optimistic? What if you understood how learning a new perspective could help your brain and its thinking? You’d be a stronger communicator, a more emotionally-intelligent leader, and likely a kinder person.

In this episode, Leadership Coach Deb Elbaum explains the neuroscience and impact of brain perspective. Using personal and relatable examples, she shares a 3 step-approach to help you recognize an unhelpful perspective you might be in and change it to a more positive one. If you’re ready to shift some of those tough relationships and change some of your negative thought patterns to ones that will serve you better, press the play button now.

Executive and Leadership Coach Deb Elbaum

Are you a leader who would like to think and act more calmly, clearly, and confidently?

I work with senior executives and emerging leaders to help them better manage leadership challenges — whether navigating challenging work environments, communicating more confidently, or making high-stakes decisions. If you would like to learn strategies to shift unhelpful mindsets and behavior patterns, contact me now for a complimentary strategy session.
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