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The Art and Science of Success Strategies: Mind Over Matters.



MentorPath® is a unique system created by David Krueger, M.D. that is designed for your success, honed by over three decades of helping executives and professionals create strategies to master changes of mind, brain, and behavior to make changes that last.

  • Implement psychology and neuroscience research to change belief, behavior and performance
  • Break through your Glass Ceiling to achieve greater purpose, passion, and profits
  • Master states of mind to regulate optimum success
  • Demystify and defuse obstacles to achieve and sustain success
  • Acquire mind and brain tools to enhance self-awareness, mindfulness, and enhanced performance
  • Learn the choice architecture to create new money, leadership, and wellness stories

David Krueger, M.D., as an Executive Mentor Coach, has uniquely integrated psychology, neuroscience, and quantum physics with strategic coaching as a proven system for measurable improvements in productivity and performance.   Clients learn how to apply human dynamics, psychology, and neuroscience to create essential transformations of their life, money, career, relationship, and wellness stories that will make a difference for the rest of their lives.  




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Correlation and Causality: Toward a Neuroscience of Reason

David Krueger, MD

Don't mistake activity with achievement.
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In his book, The Lexus and the Olive Tree, Thomas Friedman noted that no two countries with McDonald's outlets had ever gone to war with each other (The Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention). Yet Vladimir Putin recently has disproven the presence of Ronald McDonald to effect world peace. In fact, over 400 McDonalds have not deterred him.

Sometimes we confuse coincidence and correlation with causality, partly because our minds seek closure, and our brains strive to end any dissonance.

But here's the most illuminating research to date.

Numerous college professors have encountered the phenomenon of the relationship between important exams and sudden deaths among grandmothers. One researcher actually successfully explored that relationship. Mike Adams, a Professor of Biology at Eastern Connecticut State University, collected data over several years. He shows that grandmothers are 10 times more likely to die before a midterm, and 19 times more likely to die before a final exam. Additionally, grandmothers of those students who are not doing well in class are at higher risk: students who are failing are 50 times more likely to lose a grandmother compared with non-failing students.

Adams wondered if this phenomenon could be due to intrafamilial dynamics, meaning the students' grandmothers care so much about their grandchildren that they worry themselves to death over the exam outcomes. Adams believes that this explains why fatalities are more frequent with increased stakes, especially when the students' academic future is at risk.

So, should grandmothers, especially those of failing students, be closely monitored for ill health during the time surrounding finals? Should the students, especially those not doing well, be forbidden from telling their grandmothers anything about either the timing of the exams or of their performance? Could it have something to do with students' lack of preparation and depletion by the end of the semester?

Or, should the relationship of correlation and causality be examined, remembering how carefully we need to pay attention to their distinction in our daily lives?

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