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Your Brain Believes Everything You Tell It with Steven Campbell, MSIS

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A Fine Time for Healing

A Fine Time for Healing


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The world has been thrown into a tailspin from this coronavirus pandemic that has left us all trying to adjust to a “new normal”. But what is that new normal and doesn’t it seem we no sooner start to adjust then it changes again? 

All this uncertainty along with the fear for our safety and that of our loved ones, the economic crisis, and the fact that no one has that crystal ball to let us know how long this will go on, has been very disconcerting to say the least. 

We’re hearing the words “pivot”, “adapt”, “switch gears”, “accept”, “don’t worry it’ll all work out” thrown around so much that sometimes we just want to throw those words back right at the source from which they came. WHY? Because our emotions haven’t been addressed! Well, how do we do that??? 

Today's special guest, Steven Campbell, MSIS author of the book Making Your Mind Magnificent – Flourishing at Any Age, will show you how!  He first shows that success comes from how we think! He then presents an eye-opening look at the latest brain research on how we can thrive in this “new normal”. After all, it's not's science! 

After working in hospital administration for twenty years, Steven Campbell acquired his Masters at the University of San Francisco and went on to pursue his greatest love… teaching. As both a University Professor and Educational Dean in Northern California for another 20 years, he now shares the latest research on how our brains conform to the messages we give it. As a member of the adjunct faculty, Steven teaches his psychology class, Your Amazing Mind: Rewiring Your Brain for Success, at Sonoma State University. Steven also writes a column for The Community Voice Magazine.