1. Neuroplasticity“Everything you have

1. Neuroplasticity

“Everything you have experienced in your life has moulded and shaped your brain to favour certain behaviours and habits,” says Tara Swart. But, it is futile to expect that those behaviours and habits would be the most ideal ones. By practising new habits, behaviours and learning new things, leaders can create new pathways, and their minds become flexible.

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