Our thoughts and perceptions shape who are we are and how we experience the world, but how often do we question our own opinions and impressions? Join us to hear three perspectives and a panel discussion on the topic of better thinking for better living.
Geoff Brown, Art of Mind
You Are What You Think
Geoff is a speaker and critical thinking advocate who believes that we can change our thinking not only to defend against misinformation, but also to live deeper and more fulfilling lives. He will speak about how we can alter our perception to reach new levels of success and understanding.
Amanda Chalupa, MSc, PhD Candidate, Cultural Psychiatry
Staying Sane as a Disrupter
What happens when our game-changing vision meets "the way things have always been done"? For a decade, I have developed a disruptive line of work by thinking critically about what matters to me, the research world, and society more broadly. In this presentation, I will explain what made it possible to do so, why it matters more than ever, and how to stay (mostly) sane throughout the process.
Richard Goulet, Business Coach
Benevolent and Creative Thinking
Formerly a lawyer and an accountant, Richard realized he had to follow his heart and create and walk his own road. Not only for himself, but also to help people find their own truth. He will speak about how to become better people, not only do we need to develop our critical thinking, but also our creative and benevolent thinking. Being creative to innovate, and being benevolent to connect.
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