Category Archives: Thinking

Perception, Opinion, Persuasion

It’s easy to go about your day-to-day life without consciously thinking about the meaning behind your actions or the direct origins of your perceptions and beliefs. Every now and then it’s beneficial to stop and ask yourself, “what am I … Continue reading

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Live and Learn

Yesterday, I had a unique opportunity to present a communications plan to the marketing directors from the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. I am so proud of my team and all of the hard work that we put into this … Continue reading

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Left Brain, Right Brain

I have always been fascinated with the left brain versus right brain dominance theory. The traditional theory states that each side of the brain controls different types of thinking and learning. While the left hemisphere is associated with logic, analytical … Continue reading

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