All sciences use frames to guide the gathering of knowledge that drives practice. As more science is done, more problems are found and sciences move on to new frames for better knowledge and practice.

Human science frames explaining how people best learn, develop and perform have moved on, three times, from the ones used today, BUT they have

"moved-on" in academic ivory towers not real-world practice.

Broader thinking brings the most advanced human sciences into real-world practice to transform learning, development and performance—hence invites to

13 leading universities, powerful testimonies from world-leading minds and publications in the highest quality research journals.


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Science drives practice. But... to be precise, science measures tiny, minute micro-dots which is a problem for there is no sense how the dots connect to the body as a whole, to each other or to the "realities" of life: all of which are what counts, hence a host of worsening sport, exercise and coaching problems!

We're always surrounded by people. It is often overlooked then, that people pass on knowledge. They have to. As we all know few, if any, relationships are simple, just ask any married couple! And so there is nothing simple about what we come to know as the best things to do.

For these reasons, when science developed, German scientists preferred a "wider, deeper, intuitive view of people's constantly changing world"wissenschaft—but precise math sciences became the "only" science because precision built industry and made money not because of the better explanations of life.

Broader Thinking brings wide-science back to reveal many, many unseen “things” holding even the very best back, hence the progressiveness of our work.