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 Photo of Carrot, Egg, and Coffee Bean  ©  2014  Debbie Turner Chavers   I could not find the original author of the story "Carrot, Egg, or Coffee Bean?  The story is presented in several versions online.  The young woman could be older or be a male.  I see the story as a representational parable. The mother could be you.  Regardless of the role played, the sentiment is the same. Really think through the story....are you acting as the pot of water?  If so...turn off the heat.  Or do you relate more to the things being boiled? How do you respond to adversity?  ~Debbie Psalm 37:39  But the salvation of the righteous is of the LORD: he is their strength in the time of trouble. Carrot, Egg, or Coffee Bean ? A young woman told her mother about her life and how things were so hard.  She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed that as one problem was solve

Dr.Caroline Leaf

About Dr. Leaf http//  Dr. Caroline Leaf is a cognitive neuroscientist with a PhD in Communication Pathology. Since the early 1980‘s she has studied and researched  the Mind-Brain connection.  During her  years in clinical practice as a Communication  Pathologist she developed tools and processes that have transformed the lives of  patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and released the potential of thousands of young students and adults.   She has presented her unique  Switch On Your Brain with the 5-Step Learning Process®  and the Metacognitive-Map™ learning tool to more than 100,000 students worldwide. She developed the Geodesic Learning™ theory (brain-compatible learning) that has been conservatively shown to increase academic performance by 35-75%. This revolutionary theory explains the Science of Thought, stating that everything you do is first a thought in the you physical brain. You think, and then you do, which cycles back to the original thought, cha