A cyber security pro with a fascination to figure out how to think. Come on the journey to figure out the funk of thunk. Learn how your brain works so you can stop being the Grumpy, Sleepy or Dopey of the 7 Dwarfs. I dive into brain health, cognitive biases, cogntive psychology, brain fog or just plain face palm fixes.
Michael Arteberry Life Changing Motivational Speaker For Teenagers
I get to speak with very interesting people and today's guest is no exception. This is an episode for teenagers and parents of teenagers but the lessons are relevant to all.
Master Encourager, and Dynamic Motivational Speaker.
As a teenager, Michael was fortunate to receive guidance from positive adult role models who helped him overcome adversities and set high expectations for his future. Grateful for the role these mentors played in his own development, Michael decided to dedicate his professional life to helping people navigate the difficulties of life and launch their future into motion. For more than 25 years, he has been helping teens and adults to use what they have gone through as a catalyst for success rather than an obstacle for failure.
Michael received the 2010 USA Network’s Characters Unite Award for exceptional commitment to combating prejudice and discrimination while increasing tolerance and acceptance within the community. He is also the recipient of the 2014 100 Men of Color Award for leadership in education, government, mentorship, entrepreneurial success and community service.
In 2008, Michael founded Youth Voices Center, Inc. a non-profit with the mission of helping young people to become active, productive members of society by overcoming their obstacles, their history, stereotypes and even their own self-image and limiting beliefs.
Download his free ebook here.
The Path of a Polymath Genius through Self-EduDevMent with Dustin Miller PolyInnovator
Dustin Miller PolyInnovator is an omnichannel content creator, and aspiring Polymath.
We talk about philosophy, health, learning, breathing and awareness. We dive into how to develop the areas which Dustin calls pillars which are core to becoming a polymath.
Creator of OmniContent, Self-EduDevMent concept, Modular Education Framework, and the Four Pillars Philosophy.
Host of the Polymath PolyCast.
Jay Jay Davey Dyslexic Dyscalculia Dissed To Become a Cyber Security Professional
Jay Jay Davey left the forces in 2016. Despite having dyslexia and dyscalculia he took on the challenge of becoming a cybersecurity professional.
His willingness to work and experimenting with different techniques allowed him to overcome these challenges and achieve his goal of building a career in cybersecurity.
Amber tint glasses
Brown noise focus audio (latest testing not in podcast)
White Noise focus audio
Sohail Khan Author Networker JV Expert and Guerrilla Marketer
Sohail Khan is an entrepreneur and has spent the last 25 years perfecting relationship building which he has used to generate income setting up joint venture agreements.
We discuss mindset, belief and pivoting during difficult times and how to think differently during difficult situations. It has been a privilege knowing Sohail and having the opportunity to interview him allowed me to unearth his motivations and approaches to adversity.
His kindness and willingness to help has allowed him to become a trusted advisor and connector of business people worldwide. It allows him to find creative ways of generating business and finding solutions for his business clients.
YouTube - How2Broker
Amazon - Guerrilla Marketing book
Website - Joint venture mastermind
Michael Barton Autistic Spoon Playing Physicist
Michael works as an eCommerce Data Analyst within the central data team of Dennis Publishing, the largest automotive publisher in the UK.
Michael predominantly use SQL, BigQuery, Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager to better understand customer behaviour with an aim to optimise website experiences and functionality within all areas of the company. His focus on the award-winning BuyaCar.co.uk and collaborate with a much wider variety of brands. Michael has a strong interest in the automotive market with particular interest in EVs.
Michael has excellent presentation skills and is as comfortable in a highly technical environment as presenting to 500+ people as a keynote speaker at high level conferences across the UK and ROI.
Michael is also an author and illustrator with two books published and contributed to a number of others. He has given over 100 talks at conferences, workshops, AGMs, schools and colleges about my experiences of being at the high functioning end of the autism spectrum across the UK. Michael focuses on the positive aspects of being autistic, relating these traits to those scientists display, which gives people a more optimistic view of the future. He has educated and inspired thousands of people in the process.
Michael is an accomplished semi-professional musician playing with a variety of bands. Michael has a black belt (1st DAN) in Judo and was very involved with the University of Surrey Judo club, from founding it to becoming president. He is a keen rock climber and enjoy both skiing and snowboarding.
Karl Lillrud Dyslexic Entrepreneur, Author, Mentor and Speaker
I had the pleasure of interviewing Karl Lillrud for the podcast and I did not realise until the interview started that he was dyslexic.
We talk about learning how he identifies and solves problems by thinking differently. Karl's approach to identifying a problem and how he goes about solving is incredibly interesting and insightful.
Karl has a new book coming out which is the collection of hacks and methods he uses for growing and developing. For those interested in self development and to learn from such an icon check the links for more details.
Karl's website - https://www.karllillrud.com/
Hacking your destiny - https://www.karllillrud.com/hacking-your-destiny
Tedx Talk - https://youtu.be/lrEeBVU9xFE
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I really enjoyed the episode on Brain Fog.
The Episode is very informative with fantastic explanations to avoid confusion.
I look forward to listening to more episodes shortly.