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Dr Jenny Brockis

Dr. Jenny Brockis is a medical practitioner and board-certified lifestyle medicine physician, specialising in brain health and mental performance. She works to inspire others to become the best versions of themselves by translating the findings of the neuroscience and positive psychology into simple practical tools that enable people to work smarter not harder. With three decades experience of working with people, she understands that while intentions may be good, changing behaviours is not always easy! An international speaker, trainer and author of three books including the best-selling Future Brain (Wiley), Jenny is frequently sought after as a media commentator. When not speaking, researching or writing, Dr. Jenny loves to spend time with her family, travel to new destinations and continues to challenge her long-standing fear of heights.

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burnout, fatigue, eat the elephant

Why sustainability is the key to avoiding burnout

In order to effectively deal with burnout, we have to reassess our work habits and lifestyle and make some necessary cha...

Are we making ourselves redundant?

No matter how much technology advances there will always be a need for the human touch.

Technology traps

The escalation in our reliance on technology leads to concerns that we are outsourcing our thinking too much.

How to make distractions work for you

Don’t think of pauses as distractions, going for a little mind wander is ideal time for your brain to come up with your ...
A safety-first approach to a brain safe working environment means people can work to their full potential.

Brain strain has heavy cost on business

A safety-first approach to a brain safe working environment means people can work to their full potential.
Feeling time-poor has an impact on your thinking skills – it’s time to think things through and reduce stress.

Time-poor & stressed?

Feeling time-poor has an impact on your thinking skills – it’s time to think things through and reduce stress.