Lectures

The Art of Attention

The Art of Attention

Have you ever paused mid conversation with someone and thought to yourself “hey, is this person really listening to a word I’m saying”?  Today, more and more people are aware that our attention span has drastically changed.  The constant ding of a text message or a pop up on your computer makes the ability to ‘hold ones attention’ close to impossible.   Now the big question is – How can we be sure that the people we are talking with are truly listening to what we have to say, since we know that if we lose ones attention they certainly won’t remember our conversation and most likely us at all?  Take a deep breath, Yael has a technique to do just this. ‘The Art of Attention’ provides the tools to grasp ones attention when you need it the most: A job interview, meeting with a client, presenting new ideas to your superior, dating, and so on.  Yael’s technique is based on both physiological and cognitive psychology theories which she adapted throughout her extensive research period.

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Embracing Tech Control

Embracing Tech Control

As of today, if one was asked the question, does technology control human behavior or do humans control technology, how would one answer? According to Yael’s research more than 90% of the participants answered that technology controls human behavior.  Why does Tech Control really matter to us if we knowingly accept that technology controls our behavior? Fact is, when a person doesn’t have control over technology, they can be hurting and endangering the people they love the most: Their boss, spouse, and frightened pedestrians.  More importantly, how these people are harming themselves by not having control over their choices.  Following a massive research period, Yael developed the ‘Tech Control’ technique, which in a few simple steps, allows a person to regain and maintain control of the Tech world.

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A look into the Digital Child

A look into the Digital Child

Is the role of a parent or a teacher in the digital world in need of change?  For thousands of years we have seen a change in the human brain, but why have the past 10 been so radical? Most people see this radical change as a good thing, that we are developing and keeping up with the booming technology wave – and it is! Although in practice, we see the rise of many new challenges and phenomenon’s affecting our children; for example, their ability to communicate, creativity and decision making capabilities.

Why do researches believe that in the upcoming years children will struggle with holding eye contact while communicating? And why do we see this as problematic? Yael has an overwhelming understanding and extensive experience in this field based on her research from developmental psychologists and neurological scientist’s. In this lecture, Yael’s goal is to help these parental figures focus in on this information and best provide for the children of today.

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