Remember a time when you were bursting with energy, curiosity and creativity? The Anat Baniel Method is a cutting-edge technique that Baniel asserts will help improve physical and mental performance by training the brain to move, think and feel in new ways. Baniel says her Nine Essentials will help you experience vitality at any age or condition, based on brain plasticity science, awareness and simple movements. Read more »
O’Sullivan has devoted several years to the study of lies and liars. Of the over 13,000 people she has tested for the ability to detect deception, she found just 31, who she refers to as “Wizards.” O’Sullivan will discuss her work studying these Wizards and how they use microexpressions – facial changes that last less than a second – to catch liars in the act. Read more »
Patty James, M.S. C.N.C., Vital Health Educator; Nutrition Coach William B. Grant, Ph.D., Health Researcher, SUNARC Daniel G. Amen, M.D. , Medical Director, Amen Clinics, Inc. Adam Gazzaley, M.D., Director, UCSF Neuroscience Imaging Center Phil Jacklin, Ph.D., Past President, Smart Life Forum Judith Orloff, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA Read more »
Hal Elrod, Motivational Speaker; Author, Taking Life Head On!
In this inspirational presentation, Elrod will share his incredible story from being declared clinically dead to making a full recovery in less than two months. Since his accident, Elrod has created strategies he will share about how to turn every challenge into an opportunity and how to change any adversity into an advantage. Join us in learning about our own personal strengths and what you can do to harness them. Read more »
Michael Mamas, MBA, DVM; Founder, The School for the Evolution of Humanity; Founder and CEO, The Center of Rational Spirituality; Author, Look Deeper, Live Better, The Golden Frog and How to Be Your Own Best PsychotherapistRead more »
Charles Purdy, "Mr. Social Grace" Columnist, SF Weekly, KFOG and Gay.com; Author, Urban Etiquette Jeff Sherman, Professor of Social Psychology, University of California at Davis Laura Lewis, Business Etiquette Instructor, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Cisco Systems Read more »
What makes Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address the most admired speech in American history? In just two minutes (and 272 words), this speech changed a nation and the course of history. Fleming helps us learn the techniques of eloquence and inspiration from Lincoln in one of the most-quoted speeches in U.S. history.
This program was recorded in front of a live audience at The Commonwealth Club on February 12, 2009.