What do these highest achievers and all-time greatest performers have in common?
Leonardo da Vinci, Michael Jordan, Diana Taurasi, Thomas Jefferson, Mozart, Thomas Edison, Roger Federer, Ben Franklin, Steven Spielberg, Steve Nash, Misty May, Warren Buffet, Walt Disney, Magic Johnson, Picasso, Venus Williams, Peyton Manning, Bill Gates, Babe Ruth...
They all were or are WHOLE BRAIN THINKERS and AMBIDEXTROUS.
BRAIN-IN-A-BAG at a Glance
A Revolutionary NEW TRAINING REGIMEN
by Dean Brittenham
For the past two years coaches and trainers have seen amazing improvement in Performing Sport Specific Skills in the majority of sports. This performance has been by a select few and NOT the majority of the performers. The answer to why this has happened is that, whether knowingly or unknowingly, a select few trainers have been able to tap into and develop the Right Brain, enabling these few performers to perform on a very high Level.
These elite trainers have looked at the great high achievers in all walks of life and areas of endeavor. The very greatest in ALL areas: Music—Mozart, Beethoven; Inventions—Edison, Franklin; Art—Picasso, Rembrandt; Genius—Leonardo da Vinci, Disney, Gates, Buffet; Athletics—Ted Williams, Carl Lewis, Wilt "the Stilt" Chamberlain, Babe Zaraharsis, Arnold Palmer, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird…the list could go on and on…had the answer, and that is they were ALL WHOLE BRAIN THINKERS.
Scientific discoveries about the Brain and Nervous system have revealed that the brain’s potential is practically Unlimited. In the past year there has been an explosion of research, publications, and books about the tremendous potential of the brain and its ability to learn, grow (neurogenesis, which is never ending), and change (neuroplasticity, which is the lifelong capacity of the brain to change and rewire itself in response to the stimulation of learning and experience).
The groundwork prediction sixteen years ago by two geniuses, Michael Gelb and Tony Buzan, was that everyone has a virtually unlimited potential to grow the brain and become a genius. Their book, “Lessons From the Art of Juggling,” confirmed the foundation PREVIOUSLY laid with our Ambidexterity program. The basic reason that we developed an extensive juggling program was to develop the sensory system−quick hands for playing all sports that involved catching and throwing a ball. Little did we know that this Ambidexterity was growing the brain's right hemisphere, and our athletes had a distinct advantage as they were becoming Whole Brain Thinkers.
This convenient backpack holds all of the tools you need to become a Whole Brain Thinker! It also includes a step-by-step instruction manual and DVD to get you started on your path to achieving your Highest Potential.
$125.00 plus shipping & handling
Camps and Clinics
The Brain-in-a-Bag staff is available to conduct camps, clinics, workshops, presentations, and more at your location or ours.
We are also available to work with your team as we did with Adrian Gonzales, Carlos Quinton, Venus and Serena Williams, Jim Currier, Zack Thomas, CC Sabathea, Abi Spears, Nebraska Univesity football, New England football, the Indiana Pacers, and many other teams and individuals.
Contact Dean Brittenham for more information on our consulting services, camps and clinics.