Sort Your Brain Out presentations are delivered by Adrian Webster and Dr Jack Lewis.
The pink pulsating blob that resides between your ears is truly amazing. With a hundred thousand miles of wiring and 86 billion support cells, the human brain is the most advanced supercomputer in the known universe, capable of outperforming any man made creation.
What makes it so amazing is its ability to physically restructure and build new connections to meet new demands placed upon it – yes, if you know how, you can change your brain.
Their book ‘Sort Your Brain Out’ has become an international best-seller, topping both the business and non-fiction charts and helping people from all walks of life to get more out of the only brain they’ve got.
Sort Your Brain Out – The Presentation:
They are now delivering tailor-made, interactive, practical presentations that bring to life the workings of brains and demonstrate how we can all rewire our own, look after them better, and as a direct result:
- Boost Performance
- Bring about Profound Change
- Alter Behaviours
- Increase Productivity
- Reduce Stress
- Induce Innovative Thinking
- Make Better Decisions
- Improve Memory
- Drive up IQs
- Feel Happier
- Reduce Absenteeism
- Stay Mentally Sharp for Longer
Highly impactful, a lot of fun, and each designed specifically to meet your needs.
Whatever your requirements, Adrian and Jack’s unique cocktail of motivation and neuroscience is guaranteed to stimulate positive thinking, unleash potential, help individuals embrace change, take ownership, be more creative, pull together as one high performance team – and work a whole lot smarter.
About Adrian Webster:
An international best-selling author, he is recognised as one of the most entertaining and effective motivational business speakers in the UK today.
Adrian’s specialty is delivering key messages and providing take-away tools on behalf of clients in an engaging, down to earth style that audiences can relate to and remember.
About Dr Jack Lewis:
He received his doctorate in neuroscience in 2005 and his post-doctoral research was published in 2010 in the prestigious Journal of Neuroscience.
Jack has presented and consulted on numerous television series.
Cutting edge and insightful, he applies academic thinking behind practical techniques to pro-actively improve brain function.