“When I go, I want to leave behind tools…not ideas, not inspiration, tools.”
Andrew D. Huberman is an American neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made a number of vital contributions to the fields of mind improvement, mind plasticity, and neural regeneration and restore.
Andrew has been fascinated by people and specifically, the human mind since a really early age and demonstrates not solely an unbelievable curiosity, however an impressive understanding of this and plenty of different surrounding topics for instance, how we deal with stress, anxiousness, grief and so on. and the way we will draw optimistic conclusions from seemingly unfavorable conditions.
I had the alternative to talk with Andrew for the On the Way to New Work Podcast, at the EO Unlimited Event in Hamburg and he shared not just some intensely private insights into how we grew to become the particular person he’s as we speak but in addition some fascinating info about the work he does as a neuroscientist.
I used to be completely blown away by this dialog and discovered a lot. An enormous thanks to Andrew for his spontaneity and adaptability and for this extremely insightful hour.
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