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A new mindset to explore life's challenging questions

A new mindset to explore life’s challenging questions

“Consciousness” is something we all have and yet science has no idea where it comes from. In this interactive and lively talk, Mark Gober – a Princeton-educated author, podcast host, and finance professional – will explain a potentially life-changing idea: consciousness might not come from our brain. Do we all have hidden, wizard-like intuitive abilities? Does our consciousness survive when our bodies die? Are we all connected? The findings provide a comforting worldview which will impact everyday decisions related to business, relationships, politics, happiness, and beyond. This is a talk that can truly transform your attendees’ lives.

Key learning elements

  • Make better decisions by accessing and harnessing your innate intuitive abilities
  • Improve performance by becoming more peaceful and less fear-driven
  • Empower yourself and others in order to thrive
  • Enhance relationships by feeling a greater sense of interconnectedness

Speaker: Mark Gober

Mark Gober is a best-selling author and international speaker, a Partner at Sherpa Technology Group in Silicon Valley, a former New York investment banker, and a magna cum laude graduate from Princeton where he was the tennis team captain. In late 2016, his worldview was turned upside down when he was exposed to word-changing science. His best-selling book AN END TO UPSIDE DOWN THINKING: Dispelling the Myth That the Brain Produces Consciousness, and the Implications for Everyday Life summarizes an important body of research for mainstream readers. Accolades for this book range from Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Ervin Laszlo, to former Harvard neurosurgeon Dr. Eben Alexander, to actress Goldie Hawn, and beyond. Mark is also the host of the new hit podcast Where Is My Mind?, and he sits on the Board of Directors of the world’s leading consciousness research organizations, The Institute of Noetic Sciences. Mark has been all over the media to discuss these ideas, appearing on Coast to Coast AM, The Model Health Show with Shawn Stevenson, the nationally televised PBS show Between the Lines, and much more. The ideas Mark discusses touch on core questions about who and what we are as human beings, which ultimately impacts how we act in the world – whether it be in the workplace or in relationships. The comforting worldview implied by Mark’s findings, combined with his articulate and engaging speaking style, will enable improved decision-marking, enhanced performance, and a greater sense of empowerment that is sure to transform lives.