Jim Muckle

CD, CAEN, CPF, MBA ... 'The Brain Guy'

What Does He Do?

Jim Muckle specializes in coaching brains to do their best work. He shows individuals, teams and organizations how to:

  • increase their capacity - which not only helps them to reduce their stress, but also gets them started on improving their performance.
  • use that increased capacity to be more productive - which impacts their ‘bottom line’ in all parts of their life.
  • take great care of their brains - which helps them to enjoy better overall health for longer.

What Can He Do For You?

Each individual, team and organization has their own issues, passions and priorities. To find out what would be most useful to you, click here to identify and download the Brain Audit that most closely reflects your work/life interests.


Jim’s academic studies have included economics, mathematics and business. He is professionally certified in Applied Educational Neuroscience - the practical application of the science of how we learn, think, remember, and make decisions. He is a Certified Professional Facilitator, and a member of the Open Space Institute of Canada and the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. He has more than 40 years of domestic and international learning and leadership experience. As a logistics officer in the Canadian Air Force, he supported Canadian troops in the far north, Europe, and the Middle East; and he served with NORAD and NATO. As a civilian with National Defence, he worked with other federal departments, and on behalf of Canada’s interests around the Pacific Rim.

In addition to being the author or editor of several practical workshop handbooks, he is the author of MUCKLE Mapping (on DVD), and the co-author with Howard Berg, the World’s Fastest Reader (Guinness, 1990) and learner, of a 3-part DVD on Learning Faster & Better. Most recently, he is the author of The Ultimate Brain Book, a quick and easy-to-use guide to learning almost anything about your brain on the Internet in just 2 clicks!

He is an active member of several community groups, and a Board member of the Friends of the Canadian War Museum. Jim is also an Advisory Board member for Amarok Society, a Canadian charity that establishes and operates schools in Bangladesh.

His personal interests include hiking, downhill skiing, cycling, aerobics, reading for relaxation, yoga, travel, and keeping his brain young.

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Jim’s website : http://www.brainsinaction.net/