Oct 31, 2018
MBL Minute: Social Behaviour And The Great Student
We have evolved to be able to adapt quickly to the environment in which we find our self. Our brain chemistry rewards us for building communal relationships even if those relationships are sometimes toxic. Oxytocin is sometimes referred to as the brain’s “trust” neuro-chemical. It is released when we feel we have the trust, support and protection of the tribes in which we share a common experience. The members trust us and we trust them.
Individuals that want to achieve mastery and success in any area of their life must commit to becoming great students of the endeavour in which they seek to excel. They must develop and maintain a childlike ability to learn, unlearn and relearn. As they learn how to lower their walls, the sky is the limit.
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