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MyBrain International are the creators of MiND,
the world's only neurometric profiling tool.

We provide tools and materials to enable professional trainers and coaches to use the subject of neuroscience in their work.

As a result of its neuroscientific foundations, MiND has become one of the most effective tools ever developed for improving the performance of individuals, teams and even whole organisations.

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Carl Gustav Jung v Jungian Psychometrics

Ever since the development of the famous MBTI, numerous psychometric tools have been developed that claim to be 'Jungian'. But if Carl Jung were alive today, would he rejoice in the recognition that these instruments afford him or take them to court for defaming his good name?  More...

 

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How stories engage our brains

Human thoughts and emotions work through the connection of multiple cells and regions in the brain. When our thoughts are similar to those of another person, it is therefore because similar regions 'light up' in both people's brains. Achieving alignment in this way can be very valuable, and recent research suggests story-telling can be of help.  More...

 

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Be grateful for everything

There is a saying that suggests we should all be grateful for small mercies. Now neuroscientists have discovered evidence of biological reasons why the saying is true  More...