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Sure, you could improve yourself or promote your project the normal way, with hard work and years of slow, incremental progress. Or you could use some of the brain’s built-in cheat codes to level up on your way to success.
Along with learning, our brains are plagued by a raft of bugs and unwanted features that we have been unable to remove. Use these “features” to your advantage to teach, learn and persuade. Join us in a tour of some of the most amusing bugs and exploits that allow you to play with the interface between our brains and the world.

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  1. 1. Exploiting The Brain Alena Holligan
 @sketchings
 sketchings.com Wife and Mother of 3 young children
 PHP Teacher at Treehouse
 PHP Users Group Leader
 Women Who Code Leader For Fun And Profit
  2. 2. Your Most Important Tool Physical Learning Memory
  3. 3. Everyone With A Brain Stand Up
  4. 4. Read Aloud enthusiastic motivational fascinating enjoyable fun humorous useful beneficial simple profitable valuable easy
 

  5. 5. Rearrange Sentence Talk This Beneficial Is Fascinating
  6. 6. Priming
  7. 7. Elderly Priming Words: Old, Gray, Florida Significantly longer to walk to the elevator Done on psychology students Did the priming influence you? NO Why? Make things up We don’t say “I don’t know” instagram.com/ginalee/
  8. 8. Physical Sleep, Food & Exercise
  9. 9. Sleep
  10. 10. -Leo J. Burke "People who say they sleep like a baby usually don't have one."
  11. 11. Question: How Much Sleep Do You Get?
  12. 12. Sleep Experiment 5 days mimicked Alzheimer's hallucinations and paranoia 30% loss in cognitive ability after 1 night Physical Affects: blood pressure, immune system, body temp Factor to obesity trouble metabolizing glucose feel hungry get cravings longer to feel full
  13. 13. Didn’t Feel Impaired
  14. 14. Some People Need Less insomniac gene
  15. 15. Probably Not You!
  16. 16. Analyze How much do you need, sleepcycle.com Wake up at the same time everyday, even weekends
 - go to bed when you’re tired Go to bed at the same time everyday
 - wake up without an alarm Write down how you feel, multiple times
 - both physically and emotionally
  17. 17. morning lark (1/10) night owl (2/10) play to your strengths When Are You At Your Best?
  18. 18. Sleep Hacks 90 minute cycles Create a routine Turn off electronics or f.lux Stop caffeine Cool and Dark Room/Bed is Sacred SOUND SMELL
  19. 19. Quick Tip
  20. 20. Naps Improve Performance 26 min nap = 34% improvement ~ army
  21. 21. Everyone With A Brain Stand Up
  22. 22. Exercise
  23. 23. Why Exercise improves blood flows clears waste (in your brain) improves performance actually makes brain bigger
  24. 24. Walking Desks Walking Meetings Boeing Mayo Clinic Start your day with Yoga
  25. 25. Quick Tip Time Out App
  26. 26. Exercise for 75 minutes to maximize mortality reduction by 20%
  27. 27. Food
  28. 28. Food As Fuel Brain adores glucose 2% of mass 20% of energy Your brain needs fat Protein signifies full Balance: carbs, proteins and fats Water Supplements Caffeine and Alcohol are drugs, use carefully
  29. 29. Quick Tip Drink Water Change the way you think about food. Find a good supplement
  30. 30. Learning
  31. 31. Assimilated Knowledge Learned Integrated with existing knowledge Remembered over time Deployed as Behavior
  32. 32. Learned Use multiple modalities Attention needs engagement Elaborate, Meaningful, Context Stories and Examples
  33. 33. Integrated With Existing Knowledge Make it yours - do something with it Teach
  34. 34. Remembered Over Time Forgetting stuff is a feature not a bug Take frequent breaks Follow up Spaced Repetition (The Mnemosyne Project)
  35. 35. Deployed As Behavior Have the right attitude Make it a habit - habitica.com
  36. 36. Quick Tips Make up crazy story Smells and Sounds Location
  37. 37. Everyone With A Brain Stand Up
  38. 38. Managing Information
  39. 39. Bombarded With Information Overload new languages new technologies new approaches conferences books blogs podcasts social media
  40. 40. Continuous Partial Attention
  41. 41. Attention Is Precious Be Selective Information Diet Selective Ignorance Pick something you care about Skim the rest Use your friends Prune Aggressively If you’re not reading it delete it
  42. 42. Email Is Like Gambling variable reinforcement
  43. 43. Turn Off Interruptions TV Email Facebook Cell Phone
  44. 44. Productivity Inbox Zero (declare bankruptcy) Getting Things Done (GTD) Pomodoro Technique (Agile) Sounds (focusatwill.com) Location, Location, Location
  45. 45. Quick Tip
  46. 46. External Brain Capture ideas to generate more ideas. We Forget (No, you wont remember!) Computers Don’t Forget Paper Doesn’t Either Wiki is a great tool for teams
  47. 47. Final Review
  48. 48. Final Review Mindfulness Balance Quality over Quantity Engage your Senses Try new things Write it down Don’t forget to breathe
  49. 49. Resources
  50. 50. Books Pragmatic Thinking and Learning Predictably Irrational A Whole New Mind Getting Things Done Your Brain: The Missing Manual The Secret Code of Success Brain Rules Mind Hacks Sway Nudge Drive
  51. 51. Websites brainrules.net lifehacker.com 43folders.com/izero MindHacks.com FocusAtWill.com ted.com emotiv.com OpenBCI.com
  52. 52. There’s An App For That sleepcycle.com justgetflux.com dejal.com/timeout/ habitica.com coach.me Pomodoro
  53. 53. How Do You Eat An ElePhpAnt? …one bite at a time!
  54. 54. Take One Small Bite Today
  55. 55. Alena Holligan
 @Sketchings
 Sketchings.Com Wife and Mother of 3 young children Teacher at Treehouse
 PHP Users Group Leader
 Women Who Code Leader https://joind.in/talk/8d5b0

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