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What are the stories you tell yourself? Do they serve you? Jocelyn Brady, Brain Coach, shares the importance of play in breaking you out of your own resistance. It doesn’t have to include a penguin suit, but it could. We talk about giving yourself permission for “Vitamin Play.”
”Play is the highest form of research.” Albert Einstein, nobel-prize winning Physicist.
Jocelyn Brady is a writer, edutainer and professional brain jostler who thrives at the intersection of comedy, storytelling and unraveling the mysteries of the human brain. When she’s not being the Bill Nye of the brain (as the creator and host of Tiny Tips, the Internet’s favorite way to Brain), Jocelyn applies her certified Brain Coaching and Tiny Habits chops to help creative visionaries play to their brains’ greatest potential.
In her past life—as an award-winning copywriter, Creative Director and agency CEO—Jocelyn led narrative strategy and international storytelling training for some of the world’s biggest brands. She also produced and co-hosted Party Time, a standup comedy and storytelling show featuring talent who went on to write or perform for Conan, Colbert and Comedy Central. All while managing to keep her two cats and houseplants alive.
Jocelyn’s first book, tentatively titled Your Brain is a Magical Asshat, is slated for publication next year.
Jocelyn online: https://www.scribestorystudios.com/
Rewrite your BS: betterbrainstories.com
IG and YouTube: Jocelthem (IG https://www.instagram.com/jocelthem/ and Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGQAm7AlSKTAyZI83f5XxaQ)