Left Brain on Break, Right Brain Reports and Updates

Episode 167 February 03, 2022 00:16:55
 Left Brain on Break, Right Brain Reports and Updates
Social PR Secrets: public relations podcast for entrepreneurs by Lisa Buyer
Left Brain on Break, Right Brain Reports and Updates

Show Notes

Creating space for creativity is a superpower. For business, relationships, work, children, sleep, health and even decision-making. Did you know there is a relationship between successful outcomes when your creativity is tapped into on a daily basis? 

In this episode Lisa Buyer talks about

Added bonus - explanation 

Question: Why is Lisa's left brain taking a break? 

Answer: Because my right brain has been on 90% “on hold” since I was 21 years old 

Left brain and right brain background

The theory is that people are either left-brained or right-brained, meaning that one side of their brain is dominant. If you’re mostly analytical and methodical in your thinking, you’re said to be left-brained. If you tend to be more creative or artistic, you’re thought to be right-brained.

This theory is based on the fact that the brain’s two hemispheres function differently. This first came to light in the 1960s, thanks to the research of psychobiologist and Nobel Prize winner Roger W. Sperry.

The left brain is more verbal, analytical, and orderly than the right brain. It’s sometimes called the digital brain. It’s better at things like reading, writing, and computations.

According to Sperry’s dated research, the left brain is also connected to:

The right brain is more visual and intuitive. It’s sometimes referred to as the analog brain. It has a more creative and less organized way of thinking.

Sperry’s dated research suggests the right brain is also connected to:

Source https://www.healthline.com/health/left-brain-vs-right-brain#left-brainright-brain-theory

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