02 Oct October 2, 2020 – Choose Muse Ariel Garten and Building Communities Charles Vogl
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Ariel Garten – Co Founder and Chief Evangelist of Muse® by InteraXon
We can recognize ‘I am having a negative thought’ and choose to
move our mind onto something else.
Ariel Garten is a neuroscientist, mom, former psychotherapist, and former fashion designer, known for her work in integrating art and science. She has an amazing start-up story of being a female tech entrepreneur in the early days and raising $18M in venture funding to execute a crazy idea by maintaining a mindset of success. Ariel is the co-founder of the breakthrough technology, Muse: The Brain Sensing headband by InteraXon, used by hundreds of thousands of people around the globe. Muse tracks your brain during meditation to give you real-time feedback on your meditation, guiding you into the zone, and solving the problem most of us have when starting a meditation practice. Ariel’s mission in life is to help people understand how their brain and mind work, both the nuts and bolts and neurons and how that plays out in the messy and beautiful human experience of living. Ariel is also a guest host on Meditation Studio and Muse’s podcast Untangle, where she interviews authors, experts, and thought-leaders in areas related to mindfulness, brain health practices, leadership, life and so much more.
Charles Vogl – Executive Consultant and Best-Selling Author of Building Brand Communities
You must actually help customers be what they want to be! Its the water hole principle. They are going to come for water, so you had better provide water!
Charles H. Vogl is an award-winning author, speaker, and executive adviser. For the past decade, his work has focused on advising leadership within global organizations including Google, LinkedIn, Facebook, Airbnb, and Twitch. He draws from the realm of spiritual traditions to understand how individuals build loyalty, strengthen identification with a community, and motivate actions consistent with group values. Charles is a regular guest lecturer at Yale School of Management and a founding member of the Google Vitality Lab, a collaborative partnership focused on the world’s most pressing health and well-being challenges. His past includes life as a PBS documentary filmmaker, media consultant and entrepreneur, human and labor rights activist, and co-founder of Broken English Productions LLC in New York City. He produced the independent feature documentary New Year Baby which has won nine international awards, including the ‘Movies That Matter’ human rights cinema awards. Charles is the author of the international bestseller The Art of Community and co-author of the new book Building Brand Communities: How Organizations Succeed by Creating Belonging.