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S1 E22

The brain and communication with John Molidor

with Dr. John Molidor

09 Jun 2021 11:00 am

Our brain is such a fascinating part of our body that everyone has it, but not everyone uses it effectively. There are so many myths about the brain, and they are wildly used as a part of communication. Which not only spreads misinformation but also challenges our credibility while communicating.

To bust some of those myths and understand better communication mechanisms, I have Dr. John Molidor on the show this week.

We talk about:

  • The 10% utilization, neuroplasticity, and left-brain-right-brain a myth?
  • Do we really by emotionally and justify logically?
  • How should we communicate our ideas in the right way?
  • How long does it take to form a habit?
  • Why is physical note-taking so important?
  • The 10,000-hour rule myth.
  • How long does it take to make a first impression?
  • Several stages in communicating your message effectively.
  • The thing about odd numbers and your messaging when communicating.
  • How should you end your speech?

Dr. John B. Molidor, CSP, comes to us from the United States at Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine, an Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry and Medical Education and Research.

Dr. John has a long-standing interest in the brain and how people use (and don't use), especially focusing on leaders, educators, and speakers!

He is the current President of the Global Speakers Federation and a Past President of the National Speakers Association (US). He loves applying neuroscience principles to communicate more effectively ... as well as busting speaking myths (or as he says, "Things presenters/speakers say, sometimes, without even thinking ... when they should be using their brains!"

He has authored the book Crazy Good Interviewing: How Acting A Little Crazy Can Get You The Job (published by Wiley and Sons) and available on Amazon.

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