Your Brain at Work by David Rock is a very informative neuro-scientific book based on structure and organization. It is interesting how relatable these illustrations are to your own life. If you ever find yourself stuck in any task, do you procrastinate? Do you distract yourself with other non-important things just to postpone the important assignment that you have in front of you. Ever find yourself daydreaming too much and losing focus on what is important? Are you mindful of the present? This book explains step-by-step rules on how the brain can overcome distraction in the work environment and provide tactical solutions for issues that arise in daily life situation. It also illustrates life scenarios, in which most people can relate to, such as tackling everyday activities that may interfere with one’s ability with social emotional intelligence and I.Q. The secrets revealed in this book are clear, although there is no such thing as a perfect setting or brain; changing your thinking patterns to positive solutions, as well as ceasing in becoming over- analytical in social and productive settings can help one overcome any task and event. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to train their brain and boost their I.Q. including emotional intelligence because a healthy brain equals a healthy lifestyle, as well as prosperous longevity in life.
Posted on March 13, 2015 I Blog post by Michelle Duron (LIM College student)