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1. About

1.1. summary

1.1.1. Daniel Pink

1.1.2. nieuw brein?

1.1.3. wil jij een nieuw brein

1.1.3.1. succes

1.1.3.2. mindset

1.1.4. on amazon.com

1.2. education

1.2.1. from MBA to MFA

1.2.2. six senses & content marketing

1.2.3. teaching and learning in C.A.

1.2.4. do schools kill creativity

1.2.5. six senses in education

1.2.6. schoolsysteem?

1.3. "left" vs "right" brain

1.3.1. left

1.3.1.1. L-directed thinking

1.3.1.2. right side of body

1.3.1.3. sequential

1.3.1.4. text

1.3.1.5. details

1.3.1.6. examples

1.3.1.6.1. computer programmers

1.3.1.6.2. financial analysts

1.3.1.6.3. engineers

1.3.1.6.4. factory workers

1.3.2. switchen

1.3.3. bicameral mind

1.3.4. left right

1.3.5. right

1.3.5.1. R-directed thinking

1.3.5.2. left side of body

1.3.5.3. simultaneous

1.3.5.4. context

1.3.5.5. big picture

1.3.5.6. examples

1.3.5.6.1. artists

1.3.5.6.2. nurses

1.3.5.6.3. inventors

1.3.5.6.4. creators

1.4. mind map

1.4.1. Luciano Passuello

1.4.2. everaldo coelho

1.4.3. My Concept Map

1.4.3.1. dig. assistent

1.4.3.2. mind mapping MindMeister

1.4.3.3. mindmapping with MindMeister

1.4.3.4. conceptueel denken

1.4.3.5. wat is een concept

1.4.3.6. conceptmapping

1.4.3.6.1. mapping

1.4.3.6.2. mapping

1.4.3.6.3. hero's journey

1.4.3.6.4. mapping

1.4.3.7. intuition mindmap

1.4.3.8. conceptdenken

1.4.3.9. partnerlink

1.4.4. aiding creativity

1.5. akasha

2. The Conceptual Age

2.1. key features

2.1.1. M.O.M.

2.1.1.1. power of mental imagery

2.1.1.1.1. healing tools

2.1.1.1.2. the mind's eye

2.1.1.1.3. human imagination

2.1.1.1.4. M.I.ignored in schools

2.1.1.1.5. stanford mental imagery

2.1.1.1.6. encyclopedia of M.I.

2.1.1.1.7. reversing illness

2.1.1.1.8. guided imagery

2.1.1.1.9. 10 types od M.I.

2.1.1.1.10. mental imagery

2.1.1.1.11. M.I. exercises

2.1.2. manifesteren

2.1.2.1. abundance

2.1.3. a whole new world

2.1.3.1. a whole new human

2.1.4. visualiseren

2.1.4.1. creative visualisation

2.1.5. awakening

2.1.5.1. zoekt zin van bewustzijn

2.1.5.1.1. per-k

2.1.5.1.2. psych-k

2.1.5.1.3. celbiologie

2.1.5.1.4. spontaneous evolution

2.1.5.1.5. biologie van de overtuiging

2.1.5.1.6. enhance your brain

2.1.5.1.7. bruce lipton recources

2.1.5.1.8. cellular memory

2.1.5.1.9. your-mindset

2.1.5.2. wakkere mensen

3. Aptitude 1 Design

3.1. P.A.D.

3.1.1. keep a design notebook

3.1.1.1. wherever you go

3.1.1.2. make notes on designs you see

3.1.2. read/leaf through design magazines

3.1.2.1. examples

3.1.2.1.1. Dwell

3.1.2.1.2. HOW

3.1.2.1.3. and many others (see book)

3.1.3. visit a design museum

3.1.3.1. examples

3.1.3.1.1. Cooper-Hewitt (New York City)

3.1.3.1.2. Design Exchange (Toronto)

3.1.3.1.3. Design Museum (London)

3.1.3.1.4. and many others (see book)

3.1.4. put it on a table

3.1.4.1. put an object in a table

3.1.4.2. make extensive observations about its design

3.1.4.3. send the idea to the manufacturer

3.2. high concept/high touch

3.2.1. "high concept"

3.2.1.1. create artistic and emotional beauty

3.2.1.2. detect patterns and opportunities

3.2.1.3. craft a satisfying narrative

3.2.1.4. combine seemingly unrelated ideas into a novel invention

3.2.2. "high touch"

3.2.2.1. empathize

3.2.2.2. understand the subtleties of human interaction

3.2.2.3. find joy in one's self and elicit it in others

3.2.2.4. pursuit of purpose and meaning

3.3. ontwerpend denken

3.4. conscious design

4. Aptitude 2 Story

4.1. My Story

4.1.1. experiment with digital storytelling

4.1.2. visit a storytelling festival

4.1.2.1. examples

4.1.2.1.1. National Storytelling Festival

4.1.2.1.2. Yukon International Storytelling Festival

4.1.2.1.3. Bay Area Storytelling Festival

4.1.2.1.4. and many others (see book)

4.2. de schrijfster

4.3. maak je eigen onderwijsboek

4.4. mindmapping for writers

4.4.1. mindmap a novel plot

4.4.2. mindmaps develop writing

4.4.3. use mindmap to build stories

4.4.4. storytelling with mindmaps

4.4.5. mindmap for your book

4.5. mind your mind

4.6. heldenreis

4.6.1. coursera

4.6.2. succesvolonderwijs

4.6.3. khanacademy.org

4.6.4. changing minds

4.6.5. visie

4.7. P.A.D.

4.7.1. write a mini-saga

4.7.1.1. 50 words long (no more, no less)

4.7.2. enlist in StoryCorps

4.7.3. get 'One Story'

4.7.3.1. "one great short story in the mail every three weeks"

4.7.4. interview friends and relatives

4.7.5. experiment with digital storytelling

4.7.6. book recommendations

4.7.6.1. Story: Substance, Structure and the Principles of Screenwriting

4.7.6.2. Understanding Comics

4.7.6.3. The Hero with a Thousand Faces

4.7.7. visit a storytelling festival

4.7.7.1. examples

4.7.7.1.1. National Storytelling Festival

4.7.7.1.2. Yukon International Storytelling Festival

4.7.7.1.3. Bay Area Storytelling Festival

4.7.7.1.4. and many others (see book)

5. Aptitude 6 Meaning

5.1. P.A.D.

5.1.1. say thanks

5.1.1.1. birthday gratitude list

5.1.1.1.1. number of years = number of items

5.1.1.2. include in daily routine

5.1.1.2.1. thank for one thing

5.1.2. take 20-10 test

5.1.2.1. Would you still do what you do if you had $20 million in the bank or if you had just 10 years to live?

5.1.3. book recommendations

5.1.3.1. Man's Search for Meaning

5.1.3.2. Authentic Happiness

5.1.3.3. Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience

5.1.3.4. and many others (see book)

5.1.4. "measure your spirit"

5.1.4.1. Spiritual Transcendence (ST) Scale

5.1.4.2. INSPIRIT

5.1.5. visit a labyrinth

5.1.5.1. The Worldwide Labyrinth Locator

5.1.5.2. Labyrinthos

5.2. water4gas

5.3. new earth

5.4. nu

5.4.1. ik ben

6. Aptitude 5 Play

6.1. P.A.D.

6.1.1. find a laugher club

6.1.2. play the Cartoon Captions Game

6.1.2.1. 1. select cartoons from newspaper

6.1.2.2. 2. cover captions

6.1.2.3. 3. create captions by yourself or with friends

6.1.3. test your humor score

6.1.4. play at inventing

6.1.4.1. relationship between inventions and play

6.1.4.2. visit the exhibition

6.1.5. get your game on

6.1.5.1. play video games

6.1.5.2. please, seriously, do

6.1.5.3. resources

6.1.5.3.1. Game Spot

6.1.5.3.2. Game Talk

6.1.5.3.3. Game Zone

6.1.6. play "right brain" games

6.1.6.1. (resources from book not available anymore)

6.2. games for health

6.3. spelen met

6.4. humor

6.4.1. embodies right-brain most powerful attributes

6.4.1.1. place situations in context

6.4.1.2. glimpse big picture

6.4.1.3. combine perspectives

6.4.2. well-being

6.4.2.1. personal

6.4.2.2. relationships with others

7. Aptitude 4 Empathy

7.1. P.A.D

7.1.1. test yourself

7.1.1.1. Empathy Quotient (EQ)

7.1.1.2. Systematizing Quotient (SQ)

7.1.1.3. Emotional Intelligente Quotient (E-IQ)

7.1.1.4. spot the fake smile

7.1.1.5. Mind in the Eyes Test

7.1.1.6. Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test

7.1.2. study Ekman

7.1.2.1. Emotions Revealed

7.1.2.2. Telling Lies

7.1.3. play "Whose Life?"

7.1.3.1. get someone's belongings

7.1.3.2. figure out lifestyle

7.1.3.3. from IDEO Method cards

7.1.4. take an acting class

7.1.5. get Mind Reading

7.1.5.1. interactive CD-ROM

7.1.5.2. "read" emotions

7.1.6. volunteer

7.2. & zo

7.2.1. 528

8. Aptitude 3 Symphony

8.1. P.A.D.

8.1.1. examples

8.1.1.1. Beethoven's 9th Symphony

8.1.1.2. Mozart's Symphony n. 35 "Haffner Symphony"

8.1.1.3. Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture

8.1.1.4. Haydn's Symphony N. 94 in G Major, "Surprise"

8.1.2. listen to great symphonies

8.1.3. hit the newsstand

8.1.3.1. get magazines you'd never buy

8.1.3.2. look through them

8.1.3.3. look connections and ideas for life

8.1.3.4. draw!

8.1.4. keep a metaphor log

8.1.4.1. notebook

8.1.4.2. always with you

8.1.5. create an inspiration board

8.1.5.1. compelling photos

8.1.5.2. look for connections

8.1.6. book recommendations

8.1.6.1. Beethoven's Anvil: Music In Mind And Culture

8.1.6.2. Metaphors We Live By

8.1.6.3. and many others (see book)

8.2. GeoMetrie

8.2.1. platonic solids

8.2.1.1. platonic solids

8.2.1.2. platonic solids

8.2.1.3. geometry all around

8.2.1.4. platonic solids work

8.2.1.5. chakra platonic frequencies

8.2.1.6. platonic solids and crown chakra

8.2.1.7. healing platonic solids

8.2.1.8. aether force

8.2.1.9. platonic solids

8.2.1.10. platonic solids

8.2.1.11. and creation

8.3. heel jezelf