We’ve bought into a myth that as we get older we need to slow down, unplug and retire.
But that’s not how your brain works.
That’s like expecting your car to keep running when you put it up on cement blocks in your backyard for years on end—or, planting seeds in your garden one day, and then never going back to it, hoping tomatoes just show up.
To build a powerful brain, you’ve got to use it—and you’ve got to use it well and continue to nurture its growth every day.
Your brain is constantly changing and rebuilding itself. And with the right tools, you can not only keep your mind—you can keep evolving into a better, healthier, sharper you.
Through my eight years of experience as a Dementia Prevention Specialist, I have immersed myself in research on what it takes to build a better brain.