Making Your Brain Hum With Joe Bates

Illustration of a brain running on a treadmill

Dr. Joe Bates wants to make your brain hum. The award-winning double board-certified psychiatrist and pediatrician is spending his “retirement” working with veterans at the Tyler VA Clinic in Tyler, Texas. He has been recognized by Mensa for his work with cognitive remediation training, and now he’s created a way for people of all ages to make their brains work smarter, not harder.

His new book, Making Your Brain Hum: 12 Weeks to A Smarter You, uses a technique he developed called braincardio™, which is designed to use “brain workouts” to build confidence, hope, well-being and energy.

What you'll learn in this episode:

  • How the things we do every day can make a difference in how we think
  • How brain exercises can help us live with less regret and more joy
  • Why it’s important to exercise our brains every day

Also in this episode, we talk with dog trainer John Miller, who tells us how to make back-to-school time easier on everyone in the house—including our canine family members.

Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

  • Follow Dr. Joe Bates on Facebook.
  • Learn more about braincardio™ on his website.

Live Happy listeners have the exclusive opportunity for a 50% discount to the best-selling book Making Your Brain Hum: 12 Weeks to a Smarter You, along with the e-book Tips for a Brain- Healthy Lifestyle that includes sample puzzles.

Follow this link for your special offer, just for being a Live Happy Now listener: www.braincardio.org/livehappy

 

 

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