“Is there such a thing as a winning mindset and if so, where can I get one? Why do we get nervous, and what should we do about it? What’s the deal with mindfulness?”
Join Dr. Peter Olusoga as he demystifies the art of mindfulness into actionable results, sheds light on the pitfalls of ‘grind’ culture and highlights the benefits of embracing ‘unproductivity’ in the pursuit of living well.
Dr Olusoga is a Chartered Psychologist, Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Sport Psychology consultant with over 15 years’ experience, and joins Berwins Salon North this February to propel us into a more productive 2024.
His current research focuses on burnout, well-being and sustainability in high performance environments, with a particular focus in sports and elite coaching. He also produces and hosts the award-winning podcast, Eighty Percent Mental and champions that ‘the thing that separates the great from the good is the ability to understand what’s going on between your ears and to use that to your advantage.’
“Those who understand how AI thinks are about to win big.”
The rapid rise of artificial intelligence is reshaping our daily lives, sometimes in ways we’re completely unaware of, but how? And what can we expect in the future?
Author of How AI Thinks and leading British AI entrepreneur, Nigel Toon, joins Berwins Salon North this February to guide us through the ever-evolving landscape of AI and explore the risks, benefits and possibilities of a future shaped by our own creations.
In an AI – opening look at the minds of machines, Nigel breaks down this complex technology; inviting curious minds to explore how AI thinks and in doing so, he reveals the strange and fascinating ways humans think too.
The key to a fulfilling future may be written in the past…
Prepare to embark on an odyssey of epic proportions as we delve into the depths of human nature with the ancient Greeks and Classics Professor, Writer and Broadcaster Edith Hall.
This Salon, Edith unearths the enduring relevance of Aristotle’s teachings and Greek tragedies, showcasing wisdom that both transcends time and provides invaluable lessons to fulfil our potential as human beings in this modern world.
Reflecting on her own experiences, her insightful book Aristotle’s Way, and introducing her upcoming title, Facing Down the Furies, Edith uncovers the shared common ground between us and the ancient Greeks in matters of life and death.