Cervelle Sunday’s

Here is what I know

Here is what I know…. The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the guilty innocent and the innocent guilty by adding or subtracting an adjective to describe that person. That is power. They literally control the minds of the masses. Then the masses deem themselves “experts” in

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Sunshine and Perceptions

Well, I finally have taken the time to jot a note down. It’s been a couple of weeks, and when I looked at my “to-do list” and saw the necessary blog writing topic scheduled on it. I have to admit, I decided that it was more important for me to go outside and work in

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Creative Thinking

      Creative thinking projects are a fun and entertaining way to build neural connections and increase cognitive ability. These two things combined can help people love learning and can increase the magnitude of problem-solving ability, which in turn helps build academic achievement and success!! Throughout the past few weeks, all of our clients

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Follow Your Dreams

Follow Your Dreams In light of recent worldwide events, and how their effect is grabbing hold of all of us and disrupting life as we know it, I think it is really relevant for me to try and describe a lesson that has been so hard for me to wrap my brain around throughout the

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Celebrating the Little Things

I keep hearing how we are in unprecedented times, and that we have not experienced anything like this before, and that statement is true – for us. However, so many of our grandparents and great-grandparents and beyond have gone through worldwide pandemics and know what is waiting for us all on the other side. A

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Academic Continuation During COVID-19

Academic Continuation During COVID-19 As we all enter these unprecedented times surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and worldwide pandemic, many of us are now working from home and not attending our usual activities like going to the gym, out to dinner, etc. This process becomes even more apparent as many schools are not returning to classroom

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A Comparison…..

In the spirit of social cooperation, I am going to try and explain the COVID-19 requests for social distancing through a loose historical comparison using the London Blitz during World War II. 

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How Cervelle Began Part II

As I mentioned in my previous blog, I’m a decent student and I get good grades and studying comes very naturally to me. I was a couple of semesters into my new program and people in authority – like professors – would say things to me like: “Brenda, you’re so smart, you should like major

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How Cervelle Began Part I

Today is my first trip for fall semester on the road and I thought it’d be a good thing to start the blog today. So first of all, I want to talk about how my company got started and why we chose the word Cervelle to represent us. Several years ago, probably a decade ago,

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