Over the last ten years I helped thousands of people to change their lives by giving keynotes and workshops all over the globe.
I translate neuroscientific knowledge into practical methods that are fun and effective.
I gave more than 100 keynotes and regularly host Retreats and Self-Leadership camps in different countries.
I teach online and offline and my TEDxTalk has been seen by over half a million people.WATCH MY TEDX TALK
THIS WAS NEVER MY PLAN.
In 2012, just after I finished my PhD in Neuroscience, I got hit by a pancreatic cancer diagnosis with a slim survival rate of 5%.
Since then I have spent more time in the hospital than many people in their whole life.
During my first chemo I decided to sign up for my first triathlon, despite the fact that I have never practiced the sport before.
I started a non-profit organization called MySurvivalStory.org that helps people all around the world to cope with the mental and emotional struggle of cancer.
My journey taught me three lessons:
Knowledge is overrated if you don't know how to apply it. If you want to change something in your life, you have to do something.
That starts with changing the story in your mind. You may can not control external events, but you can always decide how you want to relate to them.
There is not one way. If you want to move forward you have to experiment and be kind with yourself while figuring out what works for you.
We all know what we should do. We have big plans and bold ideas. But the best plan is worthless if it does not get executed. The best book is useless if you don’t apply what it teaches.
Don’t focus on the finish line. Focus on the starting line, no matter where it is.
Don’t go hard. Go easy, but go.
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