Sep 26, 2021
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EP.145 - Smarter Tomorrow with Elizabeth R. Ricker, Author, MIT & Harvard-Trained Brain Researcher
How 15 minutes of Neurohacking a Day Can Help You Work Better, Think Faster and Get More Done
Meet Elizabeth. R. Ricker your Neurohacking Expert and Guide
Elizabeth R. Ricker is the author of the new book, "Smarter Tomorrow: How 15 Minutes of Neurohacking a Day Can Help You Work Better, Think Faster and Get More Done" (Little Brown Spark/Hachette).
Her work has been featured globally, including the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, on SiriusXM radio, and on public broadcast TV in Europe.
Ricker has given talks on cognitive enhancement and neurohacking across the US and overseas.
She is a sought-after expert by Silicon Valley venture capital firms, technology startups, schools, and the Fortune 500.
Ricker received her undergraduate degree in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from MIT and her graduate degree in Mind, Brain, and Education from Harvard.
In college, she worked in the Neuroscience lab of Nobel Prize winner Dr. Susumu Tonegawa.
Ricker was also a a nationally ranked athlete and class president - the latter of which occasionally involved such serious duties as dressing up in a giant rodent costume to play Tim the Beaver, the MIT mascot.
To gain access to more neuorhacking tools, check out Ricker's website at www.ericker.com
In this podcast episode 145
Yvette Le Blowitz Podcast Host sits down with Elizabeth Ricker to Author of Smarter Tomorrow to find out How 15 minutes of Neurohacking a Day Can Help You Work Better, Think Faster and Get More Done.
Elizabeth Ricker, an MIT and Harvard-trained Brain Researcher turned Silicon Valley Technologist shares the cutting-edge world of neuroscience and biohacking.
Ricker shares ways to improve four abilities both cognitive and emotional that can help with your success in work and relationships.
Ricker also shares how we can sharpen our memory, increase our attention span, boost our mood and clear our brain fog.
She also uncovers ways to boost our mental performance too.
In Podcast Episode 145
Elizabeth Ricker shares:
- a little bit about herself
- what inspired her to write her book - Smarter Tomorrow
- what is Neurohacking
- benefits of Neurohacking
- how to set goals
- how to track goals
- how to assess goals
- how to assess your overall life satisfication
- how to become more in Creative and in the flow
- how to improve your attention and focus when working
- how to boost your mood
- how to sharpen your memory
- how to run your own self-experiments
- the latest neurohacking apps, tools, techniques worth considering
- what her self care rituals are
- apps to help with anxiety and overall mental health and cognition
Plus we talk about so much more
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