We're delighted to announce our next Future Brunch with entrepreneur and knowledge worker, Anne-Laure Le Cunff. It's happening at 6pm AEST on Monday 21st September. She'll be in conversation with Future Crunch co-founder, Angus Hervey, and Future Crunch facilitator, Shasta Henry. They'll be exploring the neuroscience of information overload, knowledge management, and how to make the most out of your mind when you're overwhelmed by the interwebz.
To register for this one hour webinar, simply click here.
Anne-Laure Le Cunff is the Founder of Ness Labs, a neuroscience-based website centered on creativity. Her work is a no-BS source of information, inspiration and practical tools to support ambitious makers who think that running a business or working on side projects is compatible with mental wellness. Her writing has been featured in mainstream publications such as Forbes, WIRED, Rolling Stone, and Cosmopolitan, and her newsletter, Maker Mind is one of our favourites at Future Crunch. It’s a weekly dose of neuroscience-based articles on how to be more creative, more productive and better balanced.
Anne-Laure was born in Paris, sold French wine in New York, studied in Tokyo, worked at Google in San Francisco, and now lives in London. In addition to running her company, she studies neuroscience at King’s College. Passionate about the weird ways our mind works, her goal is to create content that helps us become better humans.
In case you missed it...
Our last Future Brunch, with poet, philosopher and trickster, Bayo Akomolafe, was one of our most memorable yet. We've never met anyone quite like him. So many brilliant ideas crammed into such a small space - and a wonderful ability to weave them together using language that at times, sounded more appropriate for a spoken word evening than a live webinar. Our favourite parts of the conversation were Bayo's retelling of the Greek myth of Artemis and Actaeon, and his exploration of collective grief, contrasting African and Western approaches.
There is a full transcript on our website, as well as a video. All you have to do is follow the link below.
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