A simple smile can be a powerful thing. When you smile at someone, you create a symbiotic relationship that allows both of you to release feel-good chemicals and activate reward centers in your brain, make you both more attractive, and increase the chances of you both living longer, healthier lives.
Melissa Hughes, Ph.D.https://www.melissahughes.rocks/
Dr. Melissa Hughes is a neuroscience geek, keynote speaker, and author. Her latest book, Happier Hour with Einstein: Another Round explores fascinating research about how the brain works and how to make it work better for greater happiness, well-being, and success. Having worked with learners from the classroom to the boardroom, she incorporates brain-based research, humor, and practical strategies to illuminate the powerful forces that influence how we think, learn, communicate and collaborate. Through a practical application of neuroscience in our everyday lives, Melissa shares productive ways to harness the skills, innovation and creativity within each of us in order to contribute the intellectual capital that empowers organizations to succeed with social, financial and cultural health.
Creativity has many definitions, and it can mean different things to everyone, depending upon one’s perspective. One definition of a creative is having the ability...