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Neuroscientists have recently discovered that the brain has mirror neurons. Many of these scientists believe this discovery is more important than the discovery of DNA { Deoxyribonucleic Acid }.

A neuromirror, in overly It’s simple terms is the equivalent of monkey sees, monkey does birds of a feather flock together. That is, our brains are programmed to imitate what we see others do. It explains why quant fund manager invests in the same stocks, why poor people stay poor even though they earn a lot of money, and why a child raised in English will speak a different dialect of English with a different accent than a child born in the united states of Australia.

In this world, poor thinking people speak a poor person’s dialect. Instead of using the language of successful people. Warren Buffett, the richest investor in the world, says,

“It’s not that want money. It’s the fun of making money and watching it grow.”

Again, this is an example of a different English dialect reflecting a different mirror-neuron brain.

The ‘self-image’

is

the key

to

human personality

and human

behavior

Change the self image

and

you change

the personality

and

the behavior.

Every group speaks a different dialect. For example, when golfers get together they speak a completely different form of English. When they talk about a birdie, they are not talking about shooting wild birds on the golf course. whenever you go in the world, if one golfer says to another golfer, ” I made a birdie,” every golfer is known this person scored one below par, which means it was above- average play.

Today a neuroscientist believe that mirror neurones are the most powerful learning part of our brains. In the classroom, it explains why some students are teacher’s pet. Since most classrooms are led by left-brained people, they tend to favour the kids with the same intelligence. on the flip side, these teachers tend not to like kids who are artistic musical creative, physical learners, or not easily intimidated.

 

Feeling in one of those moods where I wish there were water___

By the time they are college-age, most of the kids who are not linguistic and logical-mathematical are gone. They have been labelled and eliminated. sadly, the kids who are eliminated Often leave school feeling stupid. Imagine if that happens to you at an early age. How does this label affect the rest of your life?

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In an experiment conducted by Harvard professor Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson in 1996, teachers were told that certain kids in their classes were even though they were not. In almost all cases, those kids received exceptionally high grades. In other words, researches found that it was the Teacher’s perceptions of the child’s intelligence that had the greatest influence on a child’s learning. In the world of investing this is called a bias; in Race relation, it is known as prejudice. This is an example of the impact of mirror neurons.

 

 

 

In simple terms, mirror neurones mean our brains like television transmitters and receivers. Even though we are not physically talking to one another, our brains are communicating at very deep levels. For example, when we walk into a room most of us can immediately sense who likes us and who doesn’t even though nothing is said this is the worst part. I learned that if I don’t feel good about myself, people did not feel good about me. In many instances, another person is only sending back what I am broadcasting. In other words, if I think I am a loser other people will think of me as a loser.

The good news is that you and I can change their perceptions of us by changing our perceptions of ourselves. This can be done by updating our mirror neurones it cannot easy but it can be done.

The ‘self-image’

is the key

to

human personality

and

human behaviour

Change the self-image

and

you change

the personality

and

behaviour.

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