Have you ever felt like your brain was melting into your computer?
You are not alone. Look around you: brains are melting!
The bad news: most people think there's nothing you can do about it.
The good news: most people are wrong.
Here's the secret: Getting your brain in shape is the easiest thing since walking around in an unfamiliar neighborhood. And since that's actually almost impossible for modern folk without a smart phone, let's say it's even easier than that.
Doing anything new is good for your brain.
Doing anything that's not automatic is good for your brain.
Doing anything that's difficult for you is really really good for your motherfreezing brain.
There's more! Multi-tasking (a highly misunderstood an improperly practiced activity) is one of the top 3 exercises for your brain.
The other top 2 are (you'll never guess): exercise and meditation.
In this course, you'll learn how to practice all 3. The top 3 exercises for your brain. These are proven ways to make you a sharper human.
Bottom line, the most effective way to reverse the brain-melting effects of rampant screen-staring and button-clicking is to reconnect the mind and body. The way to do that is to exercise both of them at the same time. This is Brain Body Mastery: authentic, non-BS brain training.
Through the course, you will be equipped to see the world as your brain playground. You'll be taking your first steps to life as a mental master, a neuronal ninja. You will learn the ancient art of creating new skills, and you'll be amping the snot out of your brain in a wholesome, healthy kind of way.
What actually happens in this course:
1) Challenging multi-tasking exercises, combining physical and mental skills, demonstrated in ~2-minute videos.
2) Meditation and mindfulness sessions. These are ~2-minute, downloadable mp3 recordings that you can listen to on the go and/or anywhere.
3) Concept lectures. 5-10 minute videos and downloadable mp3 tracks. They tell stories and explain concepts in psychology, neuroscience, and education that will help you understand how to practice like an autodidact.
David Wolovsky is a teacher, innovator, and certified Positive Psychology practitioner. He works to help people grow on all levels, physical, emotional, and mental.
He spends much of his time reading psychology and neuroscience research related to learning, perception, cognition, intelligence, attention, and unified brain theories, among other topics.
The research is part of the foundation for what he teaches and how he teaches, as well as to guide his personal learning practices.
He does similar things as a Positive Psychology practitioner. Positive Psychology involves psychological research into what makes humans function at their best. Dave takes research findings and applies them to helping people learn, grow, and meet their goals. He does this 1 on 1 as a life coach, and as a speaker at schools and other educational settings.
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As a child, he was home schooled until 8th grade. He led his own education during that time. His favorite subjects were math and juggling.
Starting in college, he suffered a series of injuries which ended up sparking a powerful transformation.
First he tore his ACL, an essential knee ligament. In the 4 years before getting it repaired, he sprained both of his wrists, his dominant shoulder, and a thumb. He also kept re-injuring his knee.
With difficulty walking, he spent more and more hours on the computer. He could feel not only his physical dysfunction worsening, but also a fuzzy mental laziness and growing depression. He had good and bad days, but a definite spiral downward.
After getting surgery, he felt so grateful that he drastically changed his relationship with his own physical and mental health. He turned his voracious researching habits toward body mechanics, the nervous system, and the brain. Soon after, he signed up for a Positive Psychology certificate training program.
Find out more on his website at