Tuesday, Nov. 6th at 7:30pm - 9:30pm (doors open at 7pm)
We will have fascinating speakers that will share their viewpoints on the theme of “Think Again.” The speakers will talk about new ways of thinking, new perspectives, and new technologies that are needed to redefine our relationship with society to create a better world. The talks will challenge us to ask the question, how can we break away from conventional norms and re-examine the world around us.
Arthur Samuel Joseph
Empowerment through Voice
The Art of Human Connection
The Transformative Power of Words
Dr. Sabine Huemer
All Brains on Deck
The Failure Paradox
Angela Maria Hutchinson
Creating your own yes when you keep hearing no.
Being Weird is Okay?
How Bionic Rats and Humans are Partnering to Find Landmines
The Hidden Power of Questions
Mascha Anne Davis
From Passion to Action
Saying Yes to the Unknown
Motivation to Determination
Getting the Right Date
Being a Male Cheerleader
The Right to Not Fear
Find Your Voice
It's All About the Work
The Future of Travel
The Impact of Outsourcing
Building Peace Through Travel
Performance Excerpt from Ser
Are we the Angels of this Earth?
Peace through Motherhood
Solving the Depression Epidemic in Africa
The Power of Re-Thinking Happiness
Dr. Cheryl Tawede Grills
Emancipation from Mental Slavery
Deliberately Accidental Learning
Technology to Build Empathic Resonance
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