Hacking the Creative Brain

As tech professionals, what we need is a way to work better so that we can create more, right? Through exploring various concepts and approaches, including the neuroscience of creativity, productivity techniques, and emerging practices that spur innovation, we’ll discover not only the ways in which our brains work best, but also what’s behind the times when we feel on fire with creativity and when we don’t. We’ll translate this information into processes and techniques for dramatically enhanced creative productivity. Beware: this session challenges the standard norms around concentration, focus, productivity, and may change how you work…for the better.

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  1. Paul on November 12, 2013 at 6:56 am

    Hi, is there anything behind this post? I miss a link to a presentation or video? Or am I wrong?

    Thanks for clarifying,

  2. Marshall Barnes on November 14, 2013 at 6:47 pm


    I’m not sure but I think it was a promotional sneak peak from that book. In any case, statements like, “we’ll discover the ways that our brains work best” and “what’s behind the time when we feel on fire with creativity and when we don’t” tell me that the material is merely reflecting the current but oft times erroneous information out there on creativity, especially the neuroscience angle. I’ve done work in that area and seen the way that neuroscientists like David Eagleman from the Baylor College of Medicine can screw studies up. I’m the one that proved, using technocogninetic analysis, that his own experiments to prove that duration dilation is just a function of elongated memory, were flawed in multiple ways so as to render his results completely inconsequential. Duration dilation, is in fact, a true, real time phenomena.

    Like you, I was expecting to read an article here, but it looks more like a blurb, or maybe it was supposed to be a complete piece but was posted by mistake, before it was finished…

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