EPISODE 330 Revenge has been around for centuries. It has deep roots in our human behavioral experience. Through a personal experience, Dr. Bray shares insights into revenge and its effects on ourselves and others. He provides the science of revenge and how choosing how to behave before a tragedy strikes is key to surviving and
FAN FAVORITE EPISODE 283 Bad days happen to all of us. Does the universe conspire against us or do we create it by our thoughts and choices? There are strategies we can employ to turn those bad days into good ones. QUOTES BY CHRIS “Is life happening to you or are you creating it?”
EPISODE 329 Science is only beginning to understand the power of the brain. In this mind blowing episode, Dr. Bray explores a few of the incredible feats of the brain and how implementing them can be life changing. 7 Extraordinary Feats Your Brain Can Perform by Eric Haseltine Fibonacci sequence: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3,
FAN FAVORITE – EPISODE 297 More work equals more productivity, right? Wrong! Did you know that studies and research show that more “aha!” moments come to those who take strategic breaks? This week’s podcast touches on the power of a weekly break to allow your brain to heal and the science behind why that works!
EPISODE 328 Amidst all the news on health, I thought it would be fascinating to learn about areas called the “blue zone.” These are locations in the world where people live a full life into their nineties and even past a hundred years old. In the early 2000s, researchers identified a region of Sardinia’s Nuoro
EPISODE 327 If you need a dose of hope today you have come to the right place. Dr. Bray shares insights and a few humorous moments into our current situation. Stay safe and stay well! QUOTES BY DR. BRAY “Quit rubber-necking and staring at the wreck right in front of you. Turn your head
EPISODE 326 Joseph Campbell wrote about a hero’s journey. During difficult times a hero always seems to emerge. Dr. Bray shares a recent experience he claims was his own “hero’s journey” and uses the experience to remind us of the needs of others. During this covid crisis, while so many are in need, there is