Mindset

mindset, planning, perspective

Mindset Improves Your Perspective, Your Thinking & Your Journey

People are not disturbed by things,
but by the view they take of them.
~ Epictetus

Throughout many excellent interviews with our delightfully experienced guests, we repeatedly witness the value, the actionable, do-it-yourself mindset practices to help refocus and prepare your mind for the changes you will experience in your lifetimes. This mindset page provides easy access to consider these profound and useful remappings for your journeys to come.

Every single one of these important life-changing interviews has practical application in your life and is a valuable resource for anyone from high school to a detail-driven professional Mindset Practice. These recovery systems often address multiple guidance platforms and create independent team-intervention systems. Reset your mindset mean

Reset your mindset to move forward. Negative, reductionistic polemics are out, complexity is in.

13 Episodes For Traveled Thinking & More Predictable Arrivals – Updated Regularly

006 Rational Thinkinghttp://corebrainjournal.com/006 – Vespasian – References ancient philosophers who were considering the same mindset problems 2000 years ago. His message: rational thinking is not new is wise and has everyday practical applications in Everytown. These essential recovery tools date back to Stoic philosophers.

011 Strategic Mindshttp://corebrainjournal.com/011Jacobson – Karen suggests: first consider the future, the long haul for strategy, then tactics become more understandable and predictable. Complimentary download: 7 Strategies to High-Performance Living. Details on PTS, labels and reductionistic thinking. She understands how to reset your mindset process from deep Reality experience – she served in the Israeli army.

068 Self Confidence http://corebrainjournal.com/068 Finkeldei – Brad uses the concept of Mindset Shift in his complimentary download, and details how he uses fresh internal structures associated with perspective and thinking can change your life.

079 Anxiety Resolved http://corebrainjournal.com/079 – Daitch – Carolyn is our first guest who completely understood our mutual interests in cognitive anxiety principles and has utilitarian ways to reconsider life and Reality in constructive ways. She’s an author with broad experience in delineating and overcoming several types of anxiety. Without a clear mindset you can remain stuck on searching.

088 Mindset & Martial Artshttp://corebrainjournal.com/088Powell – Matt understands and discusses mindset from the perspective of negative preconceptions and their destructive potential for a lifetime. Mindset practice structures improved maps for life’s odyssey that parallel combat n the martial arts.

113 Reality of Timehttp://corebrainjournal.com/113 –  Hamilton – Anthony takes us on a much deeper journey than the simplicity of positive thinking – into time, the future, mindset and the reality of your life in multiple circumstances – including trauma, loss, and emotional pain. He tells us how to use troublesome experiences to move forward – one of my own favorite themes. [Recommended to address the Reality of Time in any recovery.]

119 Achievement Over Negativeshttp://corebrainjournal.com/119Friesen – Chris discusses the handicap of Core Personality negatives and exactly what to do about them. As a sports consultant with Olympic athletes, he’s witnessed first hand how a person can fragment behind negative thinking, and reconstruct fresh mindset options for next steps.

120 Meditation & Perspective http://corebrainjournal.com/120 Perlmutter – Leonard is a truly profound, spiritual yoga master that takes the mystery out of transcendence and recovery from pain on many levels. He’s studied with deep yoga teachers and provides a great handout on how to transform your energy through the application of Yoga Science. [Multiple applications.]

123 Targeted Neuroplasticity http://corebrainjournal.com/123Kennedy – John is a pioneer in the field of Applied Neuroplasticity, with specific tools to reframe your mind based upon research into the evolution of mind, perspective, and corrective actions. Interestingly, John works with multiple interpersonal applications from grade school children to returning combat vets. [Multiple applications to a wide variety of clients.]

124 Intentional Insightshttp://corebrainjournal.com/124Tsipursky – Gleb’s mission is directly applied to the value of truth, the profound relevance of Systems 2 complexity perceptions, versus, Systems 1, reptilian thinking so pervasive in daily life today. His interesting insights will help you break out of your stuckness with tools that will work for your tomorrows. [Exceedingly applicable across many intervention platforms.] 

129 Mindful Choiceshttp://corebrainjournal.com/129Marshall – Marv firmly hooks up parenting, stress, and negative thinking in useful ways that will help anyone negotiate challenging relationships on any level. He’s fun, quick, and provides an inclusive perspective that will tell you how to reset your mindset to practice self-management more effectively. [Multiple platform applications.]

130 Developmental Neuroplay http://corebrainjournal.com/130Bittner – Ron developed a mind game that permits wide applications from children with ADHD, to war vets with TBI, to the elderly with dementia – and to further encourage his game intervention activities he’s reported excellent responses regarding the evolution of team play with caretakers and parents. [Multiple platform applications.]

136 Celebrity Anxiety & Self Managementhttp://corebrainjournal.com/136Swirsky – Seth tells us in fresh detail how he changes his mindset, how he replaces negatives with positive, affirmative thinking to reconstruct his life. Even successful celebrities struggle to overcome self-doubt, and his engaging observations are timeless. [Interventions for the successful and almost successful.]

143 Immunity & Negativity Connected http://corebrainjournal.com/143Miller – Elicia discusses her interesting transformation from a problem with systemic Candida and autoimmunity through her work with past trauma and unresolved, previously under appreciated negative feelings buried from those conflicts. Trauma creates immunity challenges. Mindset change improves medical recovery.

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  • Core Brain Journal--Neuropsychology
    May 25, 2017 by Dr Terry James Gingras from United States

    Just finished session 118 with neuropsychologist, Dr. Braun. Excellent content presented in a relaxed style. I'm a neuropsychoogist with a specialization In ADHD so I appreciate both Dr. Parker's and Dr. Braun's efforts demystifying the practice of neuropsychology.

  • Exceptional interviews !!
    May 16, 2017 by MCVGRL from United States

    Core Brain Journal, with Dr. Charles Parker is a must listen for a wide audience. If you are either the individual, suffering from complex personal medical/ psychological issues; or a family member, friend... please tune in often.

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    I especially liked this Podcast because it provided a wealth of valuable brain health research and tips in an approachable, easy-to-listen-to format. The rapport between the Guest Speaker (Dr. Braun) and Host (Dr. Parker) was evident, and I hope to hear another Podcast with this Guest Speaker!

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    As a functional medicine doc I found this iterview stimulating, inspiring and it is full of clinically useful information

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    If you love science and psychology, then this is for you. The brain is such a mysterious machine, and listening to experts discuss how it works is fascinating. This seems like a pick-and-choose type podcast: I'll skip the shows focusing on estrogen and alzeimer's and go for creativity, anxiety, music, and others. But what I've listened to so far is great.

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    January 13, 2017 by B. Keenan Johnston from United States

    Thanks for shedding some much needed light on issues of the brain. I recently became interested in the subject when I was listening to NPR do a segment on neuroplasticity. I could never remember the name of the author, but it helped me find this great podcast!

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    Awesome podcast! I really loved the bipolar episode. Wonderful insight into these issues. Keep up the good work!

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    December 2, 2016 by Don Hutcheson from United States

    I just had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Charles Parker’s latest interview with Mr. Dean Roberts on the topic: “How I Found Myself.” The thesis of this remarkable podcast is that the difference between treatment success and failure for conditions such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD and others is often the result of omitting crucial brain, biomedical, and functional neuroscience information and insights. Well done and much-needed. Wish you continuing success!

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    November 19, 2016 by JHHealy from United States

    But as an addictions recovery coach I find this brain science utterly amazing! Great show, love it!

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    November 18, 2016 by imupat3am from United States

    Just finished listening to the lateste episode with Dr Kelly Morrow-Baez the epsiode was about her and working with women ages 45-60.... Great podcast will be listening to more

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    Your shows are always very informative but the last two with Tom O'Brien andDavid Siever are absolutely revolutionary every doctor in the country should listen to both of them twice a day I cannot overstate how important this information is I am sending links to everyone I care about Thank you

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    Dr. Charles Parker offers us cutting edge knowledge in our rapidly changing world. The episde on music healing si a breath of fresh air. We need more natural healing alternatives like this one. It's easy to understand how music heals when you know that everything in our world is energy. Thank you for this important show.

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    September 16, 2016 by Michelle at Inner North Star from United States

    I have done quite a bit of work around Post Traumatic Stress, being a Veteran and First Responder myself. This work with music/sound therapy is very interesting and this episode is well worth the listen. This podcast has relevant information we can all benfit from!

  • Good Stuff
    July 1, 2016 by namtrok from United States

    While this is stuff I don't think of each day, Dr Charles presents it in a great way and I feel smarter each episode. Thanks! Paul from NomadTogether.com

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    This is an excellent podcast which provides smart, science-based, information which focuses on the mind and body. Great podcast. Check it out.

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    I’ve listened to a few episodes and this was an interesting podcast.

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    June 11, 2016 by Courageous1 from United States

    Great work Charles - Love the episode with Peggy about anxiety. Keep it up!

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    June 10, 2016 by ADHD reWired from United States

    This is a great podcast for anyone interested in learning more about the brain and are looking for solutions. Great for clinicans, coaches and consumers. Thank you for creating this podcast!

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    June 10, 2016 by dannytay92 from United States

    Dr. Parker is a friendly, easy-to-listen to host, and this content is so valuable. All of us know people who could benefit from the specific topics of each episode.

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    June 10, 2016 by No More Obstacles from United States

    If you have a loved one with bipolar disorder or live with it yourself, do NOT miss that episode! Dr. Parker brings serious science to specific issues in an accesible, applicable way. Really, really good.

  • Stellar podcast!
    May 27, 2016 by Justin D Williams from United States

    I'm all about the mind and body connection, it's time we American's realize the power of both. There are so many amazing things to do in this world and I love that Dr. Parker is reminding us!

  • This helps
    May 27, 2016 by JuneH78 from United States

    My brother-in-law has bipolar and it's interesting to listen to this and hopefully better understand him. Very helpful!

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    April 29, 2016 by JoeShu2326 from United States

    The brain is complex and the issues surrounding often convoluted. Not on this podcast! Dr. parker breaks it down simply and concisely!

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    Finally someone who brings the mind and body together!

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    This is a fantastic show. Really great info about a subject I have a huge interest in. Looking forward to more!

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    Very smart host with very smart guest. This is a great show that can be utilized to dive into the inner workings of the mind and get up to date information about the mind.

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    April 15, 2016 by SeeinADHD.com from United States

    As an ADHD Coach, I'm excited to have another quality podcast to recommend to my clients. The mind and body are indeed connected, I'm looking forward to more!

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    Excellent podcast with awesome content. Very well done. Very informative. Looking forward to listening to more episodes. Great job.