Speakers on Wellness in Times of Uncertainty
While factors outside of our control are impacting our day-to-day, it’s important to focus on what we can control and maintaining the overall wellness of ourselves and others. So in between our deep breathes, long walks, and voracious cleaning, these speakers can give us insights into how to improve our wellbeing—internally and externally. From how we see ourselves to how we see others, the speakers listed below are truly remarkable at tapping into our brains to improve mindfulness, happiness, and overall health.
With this in mind, we put together some speakers who can help inspire you, your family, or your colleagues during this trying time.
- Dan Buettner, Founder of Blue Zones and National Geographic fellow
- Dr. William Li, Food, Health, and Disease Expert; Founder of Angiogenesis Foundation
- Trevor Moawad, Legendary Mental Conditioning Expert and Strategic Advisor
- Dr. Romie Mustaq, Neurologist & Chief Wellness Officer for Evolution Hospitality
- Mel Robbins, Best-Selling Author, TV Host, and International Social Influencer
- Sebastian Terry, Author, TV Host, and Founder of 100 Things Philanthropic Movement
Please keep in mind that the speakers can deliver these insights not only in person, but also virtually or via a conference call. Keep scrolling to learn more.
Dan Buettner, Founder of Blue Zones and National Geographic fellow
Dan Buettner holds the Guinness world record for long distance cycling—15,500 miles to be exact. Through his travels, Dan discovered blue zone hotspots, places where people live the longest, healthiest lives. Through partnerships with local governments, employers, and health companies, Dan tapped into the knowledge of these blue zones to derive the secrets to living a long and happy life. With boot (…bike?) on the ground experience, Dan can inspire your audience change the world around them for the better.
Dr. William Li, Food, Health, and Disease Expert; Founder of Angiogenesis Foundation
Holed up in our apartments or houses, we all need the inspiration to eat clean and Dr. William Li is here to deliver just that! Renowned physician and scientist, Dr. Li has pioneered research that has led to the effective prevention of, novel treatment, and even reversal of diseases spanning cancer and diabetes. His program of revolutionary strategies using food to transform our resilience, health, and even prevent disease is absolutely life changing.
Trevor Moawad, Legendary Mental Conditioning Expert and Strategic Advisor
Named “Sport World’s Best Brain Trainer” by Sports Illustrated, Trevor Moawad is on a mission to optimize performance and enrich culture not just for athletes but for companies and audiences around the world. His interactive approach on how “neutral thinking” can help overcome negativity and achieve any goal. Trevor published his first book It Takes What It Takes in March 2020 and is a true roadmap for discovering peak performance in yourself and your team.
Dr. Romie Mushtaq, Neurologist & Chief Wellness Officer for Evolution Hospitality
A traditionally trained neurologist, Dr. Romie combines Western medicine and Eastern wisdom to give audiences actionable steps to increase mindfulness and manage stress for long-term happiness and success. Her unique background makes her the perfect candidate to explain the neuroscience behind mindfulness. As the first ever Chief Wellness Officer, Dr. Romie consults with Fortune 500 companies and professional athletes and is routinely featured in Forbes, NBC, and NPR.
Mel Robbins, Expert on Leadership & Defeating Doubt, Award-Winning CNN Contributor, and Best-Selling Author
Author of the much-lauded The 5 Second Rule, Mel Robbins is a powerhouse at developing and teaching personal programs that empower individuals to beat self-doubt and achieve breakthrough performance. Mel dives into how we can change behavior, how to take smart risks, and how to create the results we want.
Sebastian Terry, Author, TV Host, and Founder of 100 Things Philanthropic Movement
Affected by a curious mind and the death of a close friend, Sebastian experiences a moment in his life where he asked himself a simple question, “Am I happy?” With his negative answer, Sebastian set out to check off items from his list of 100 Things. This story of the power of kindness, compassion, and emotional intelligence is just the beginning of the road to happiness for Sebastian. Today, 100 Things acts as a conduit introducing those in need of help to those who are able to help and will re-engage, connect, and inspire your organization to move forward as one.
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