Over the coming months we'll be doing skype interviews with some fascinating and inspiring people -- 'picking the multiple brains of remarkable people' -- recording and uploading them here as freely available mp3's for you to download or listen to. These are people who have something to say that aligns with or is complementary to mBIT. Their ideas and expertise bring new distinctions and support the work and models of multiple Brain Integration Techniques and the processes of mBraining.
We hope you enjoy these interviews and we deeply thank the people in the interviews who's time, knowledge, passion and energy were given freely to be a part of this series.
Special Note: The interviews were recorded directly from web calls and we apologize that occasionally there are small glitches in sound quality due to the nature of the internet technology and service.
David is the co-author of nine best-selling books, including ‘Head, Heart, and Guts: How the World’s Best Companies Develop Complete Leaders’ and has a new book about to be released on dealing with paradox, uncertainty and complexity. He is also a certified psychologist in career development and life planning and was a professor at the University of Minnesota, teaching in the Business School and the Speech Communication Department.
We spoke with Professor Richard Boyatzis on his work on Resonant Leadership, Coaching with Compassion and the impacts of the Autonomic Nervous System and how his research connects with and supports our own work on multiple Brain Integration Coaching.
Professor Boyatzis is a leading expert in leadership development and emotional intelligence (EI), and has authored more than 150 articles and books on leadership and change, including: Primal Leadership with Daniel Goleman and Annie McKee, and Resonant Leadership, with Annie McKee. His research on human behavior has revolutionized management education and his articles on coaching have included numerous longitudinal studies as well as neuroscientific fMRI studies on coaching effectiveness.
In this interview Bruce spoke to us about the importance of tapping into heart intelligence, how Heartmath aligns with mBraining and about why it’s so important to focus every single day on ‘what makes your heart sing’.
Dr Ari Diskin is a dynamic and passionate Doctor of Chiropractic, as well as a well-known speaker, author, coach and educator based at Diskin Life in Melbourne, Australia. Ari has been recognized with multiple distinctions and awards, both in Australia and internationally, including Chiropractor of the Year 3 times. His focus is on encouraging and supporting people to more fully experience their potential to live a life without limits ~ naturally. In this interview, Ari explores with us how mBIT (multiple Brain Integration Techniques) aligns with the Reorganizational Healing practice of Network Care.
Marina is a Columbia and Oxford University trained educator and leadership coach and prior to this was a scholar and professor of religion. As part of her doctoral research, Marina examined how contemporary Tibetan leaders align the intelligences of head, heart and gut to generate resilience, strategic vision, and effective communication under highly volatile conditions. Marina teaches a unique combination of emotional, social and somatic intelligence designed to integrate head, heart and body and help clients become exemplary leaders, influencers and innovators.
Jacqueline Hellyer is a life coach, sex therapist and tantric sexuality expert. Jacqueline is one of Australia's foremost experts in positive sex, sexuality and relationships.
We spoke to Jacqueline about mBIT, sexuality, love, intimacy and multiple brain relating in this fascinating and fun interview.
We spoke to Dr. Ginny Whitelaw about her work on the 4 Energy Patterns and how they link to the head, heart and gut intelligences and how to integrate these patterns and energies for Balanced Leadership.
In Part 1 of the interview, we spoke to Steve about coherent breathing and the science behind it. In Part 2, we explored the Six Bridges and how to gain control of the autonomic function of your body and mind.
In this interview, we explore with Stephanie how the multiple brains are involved in learning and the application of mBIT principles to accelerated learning.
Amanda Gore is a world-renowned keynote speaker and a communications and performance expert. She uses the latest research in neuroscience, positive psychology, epigenetics, and emotional intelligence, to help leaders achieve the results they need. Amanda is the author of five books and has a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy, a major in psychology and is a master practitioner of NLP.
Amanda’s focus is on the study and practice of bringing deep, heart-based joy to life, and in this interview we talk to her about the power of joy in the heart and it's impacts to your life.
Jan Roberts is a world-renowned expert in natural ways to improve fertility and achieve healthier pregnancy, birth, bonding and breastfeeding. She is the best-selling author of six books, published internationally, with translations into numerous languages. She has 45 years of business experience across retail pharmacy, natural medicine, communication and education. In 2011, Jan won the Sydney University Pharmacy Alumni Award for Achievement “working to improve the health of the next generation.”.
In this interview, we spoke with Jan about ‘Better Babies, Conception and the multiple Brains’.
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In this interview, we spoke with Margaret about her fascinating work on ‘Body Intelligence’ and how it relates to the multiple brains.
We spoke with Mark Taylor about balancing the wisdom of the three brains. Mark is a researcher, somatic therapist and teacher of developmental movement awareness and embodied anatomy. He directs the Center for BodyMindMovement, and is a director of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association. He is a trained yoga teacher and teaches anatomy and somatic movement and maintains a private practice in movement therapy in Pittsburgh.
Bill Treasurer is an author, daredevil, courage expert and founder and Chief Encouragement Officer of the world’s first courage-building consulting firm, Giant Leap Consulting, Inc.
Bill is also a former member of the U.S. High Diving Team and for seven years travelled the world performing over 1500 high dives from heights that scaled to over 100 feet . . . sometimes on fire! Bill is the author of a number of books, including Leaders Open Doors, Courage Goes to Work and Right Risk. Prior to founding Giant Leap, Bill was an executive in Accenture’s change management practice, where he became the $19 billion dollar company’s first fulltime internal executive coach.
In this Interview we spoke with Bill about Courage and Leadership and how it links to the heart and gut brains.
In this Interview we spoke with James about communicating with the head, heart and gut brains using conversational hypnosis – hypnosis without the use of trance.
And for interviews and videos of Grant and Marvin discussing mBIT and mBraining applied to various contexts such as Coaching, Leadership and Personal Evolution, click Here
Disclaimer: These interviews are not intended to provide medical or psychological advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed in the interviews by the people interviewed do not necessarily reflect those of mBIT International Pty Ltd or its staff.