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Join SIMDFW virtually for our November Chapter Meeting with guest speaker, Dee O’Neill, Founder, NeuroCognitive Fitness who will speak on Wired for Wonder: Harnessing the Brain Science of Awe and Wonder to Optimize Your Resilience to Stress and Maximize Performance.

We will have networking between 4:30-5:00pm with the meeting starting at 5:00pm.

During the best of times, and most certainly during times of ongoing stress, our brains and bodies respond, change, and adapt to our thoughts and feelings. What if there were an emotion that could be harnessed which improved not only our strategic thinking, our experiences, and even our overall health?

Explore how the mindset of wonder and the resulting experience of awe can be transformative in our lives personally and professionally.

  • What are wonder and awe?
  • Why is it a beneficial emotion psychologically and also physiologically?
  • How can we have more awe experiences?
  • Ways to shift from awe-deprived transactional to awe-inspired transformational experiences.

About Dee O’Neill:

Dee O’Neill is a Keynote Speaker and the Founder of NeuroCognitive Fitness, a concierge brain fitness assessment and training practice to help clients better understand how their brain works and how to make it work better. By first using advanced neurotechnology to assess NeuroCognition via brainmapping, cognitive testing, and standardized metrics, then secondly enhancing brain fitness through customized training programs.

Dee has uniquely specialized education and experience in neuroscience, neurotechnology, along with coaching and counseling to effortlessly translate complex brain science principles into practical practices to not only manage, but maximize, brain fitness. Dee has a Master of Science Graduate Degree in Psychology from Chaminade University of Honolulu, and her undergraduate work was in Human Health and Exercise Science at the University of Hawaii.

An email with Zoom information will be sent to you the day before the meeting.

 

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