BRAIN RESPONSE TO GAZETTE LEADERSHIP EDITORIAL AND ROUNDTABLE PARTICIPANTS
Greetings, Gazette Editorial Board, Q & A Leadership Roundtable Participants, and all—
Please forward this post to all Leadership Roundtable Participants—and others at your discretion. Thank you very much!!
Leadership Roundtable Participants
Jasmine Almoayed, economic development manager for the city of Cedar Rapids
Jacy Haefke, senior director of diversity and workforce effectiveness at Rockwell Collins
Aaron Mc-Creight, president and CEO of GO Cedar Rapids
Brandi Adam Mueller, managing director of The Overture Group
Tom Petersen, director of communications for ITC Midwest
DaLayne Williamson, Workforce Business Services Director for the Iowa City Area Development Group
Two pieces on leadership appeared in the 5-29-16 Cedar Rapids Gazette. The editorial contained 280 words and had an *Integrity Index Score of 150. The Leadership Roundtable column had 2,130 words and a score of 210—which is very good for the Gazette!! The numbers would be higher if leader’s brains had at least been mentioned, if not characterized—especially with respect to the 4 major brain neurotransmitters, dopamine, acetylcholine, GABBA and serotonin. They and their significance are discussed in detail in books and on various websites--and need not be parroted herein.
But their patterns and levels in historically strong leaders are significant and are discussed herein to fill the voids in the Gazette editorial and Leadership Roundtable column.
The above numbers set the table for the following charts, which have an average Integrity Index score of 525, but Iowalive is grading its own paper. Please provide your comparable numbers! You can refer to The Edge Effect book by Dr. Braverman, or to your favorite neuropsychologists, to derive them and to explain what the charts mean to you.
You are not likely to find comparable charts. The patterns for the 4 neurotransmitters are most significant, as well as are their magnitudes. Iowalive finds two people in the Leadership Roundtable have slightly comparable patterns.
Would you like to tell us who you think they are? None on the GAzette editorial board have such a pattern. Yet all opined on leadership characteristics!
Why didn’t the Roundtable include brain chemistry specialists? Who selected the members? What neurotransmitter patterns do they have?
NEUROTRANSMITTER PATTERNS FOR TOP 15 STRONG, IF NOT GOOD, WORLD LEADERS—
NOTE THE PATTERN OF DOPAMINE TO ACETYLCHOLINE LEVELS
HOW MANY LEADERS WERE ‘SCHOOL DROPOUTS’? AT LEAST 4?
DID HITLER’S ETC. ACETYLCHOLINE PATTERNS WARN OF PARANOIA?
LEADERSHIP LEVELS FOR U. S. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
NOTE THE PATTERN OF DOPAMINE TO ACETYLCHOLINE LEVELS—ESPECIALLY FOR CLINTON & OBAMA
Anyone claiming to have better numbers is asked to provide them.
Estimated cost to have neuropsychologists etc. prepare the above charts is at least $18 million.
Numbers in the Charts Were Derived Using Iowalive's Proprietary Algorithms & Database To Evaluate Existing Leadership Data etc.
It’s left as an exercise for the student to determine who would be a strong leader for America—why, and what impact nutrition has on neurotransmitter levels. See Edge Effect Book.
And, who in the Roundtable has the best fit with Optimum % For Leadership neurotransmitter levels? This is a test! Show Iowalive what you know about leadership. J
After seeing the above charts, will neuropsychologists think they can adjust a person’s neurotransmitters to match strong leadership levels? Or to avoid flaws? Why not?
Why wouldn’t a person’s neurotransmitter levels be first on the list when evaluating leadership ability—or when opining on it?
Note comparisons with charts on website: http://www.iowalive.net/brainbodyhealth.htm
Hope to hear from you soon!
Iowalive A growing network of volunteer citizens and professionals for improving Iowa
* Integrity Index Score Derivation Methods are Posted on Website: http://www.iowalive.net/integrityderivation.htm Scores are on a scale of 0 to 1,000 tops, where significant integrity starts at 300, evil is at 250 and below. Grand larceny scores 40. Anyone claiming to have better numbers is asked to provide them.