Saturday, January 3, 2015

Brave New Mind: Living in a Future-Science World

 
Brave New Mind: 
Living in a Future-Science World     
Friday, January 2
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
 A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Emerging Trends" talks, listen to an interview with Futurist, Elliott Maynard.  He is a neo-renaissance scientist and conceptual designer.  He has been referred by some of his colleagues as "The Human from the Future."  Maynard will talk his new, master paradigm that is the quantum-field science for the future.  He is convinced that integrating traditional linear science with non-linear consciousness technology will yield new breakthrough solutions for the global problems we face as citizens of Planet Earth.


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For the New Year, we offer some of our educational interviews to learn from expert guests who can help you to reinvent your life. Stay open to great possibilities for yourself.  What they teach can be transformative:



More on New Year's Resolutions

Leil Lowndes is Beyond 50's special guest expert on building instant rapport through good communication.   She offers the following suggestion:

I don’t want to sound like a New Year’s Grinch (I love the holiday) but please don’t ask your friends about their New Year’s resolutions. It's invasive and forces people to confess something negative about themselves. Why? Because people usually resolve to stop bad habits—and who wants to tell you theirs?  Asking someone their resolutions is like inquiring, “What terrible things have you been doing that you want to stop—and haven’t been able to so far?”

Or it’s submitting them to an inquisition: “What good things do you feel you should be doing that so far you’ve been a total failure at?”

If you’re unfortunate enough that someone asks YOU the question, here’s a good way to wriggle out of it.  Smile and tell them, “Every year I make a resolution to change myself . . . This year I’m making a resolution to be myself!” Happy New Year!


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