The neuroscience of intuition and how to connect to your spark with Brian Fretwell


    Brian Fretwell's Ted Talk has over 2.3 million views and with good reason.

    Brian's ability to explain complex ideas about the brain in a way that is funny, memorable and allows us to understand ourselves at a deeper level is a rare talent.

    Needless to say it was such a privilege to have Brian join me on the show on our Live with Leading Thinkers segment and I highly recommend checking out the amazing work he is doing to help people achieve a greater sense of joy and purpose in their lives using intuition and the art of enquiry over at

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    Highly recommend watching Brian's Ted Talk: What a 15-year-old meth addict taught me about leadership.

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