We are all born with a limited amount of processing power. We can only consume and output so much information at one time without it getting too overwhelming. This is our biology. But how can we attentively make choices (or limit the choices we make) to increase the productivity and free ourselves of distraction each day?

Dr. Don Vaughn, an academic neuroscientist and international public speaker, has a love for understanding the brain. This passion has led to research in human behavior, powers of the human brain, artificial intelligence, and more. He spoke at TedX on Neurohacking: Rewiring Your Brain and Future of Intelligence, which has since received over 1 million views on YouTube.

Continuing our Future of Work Series, in this webinar, you’ll hear from Dr. Vaughn himself on the biology of our brains and methods we can use to keep on task in a world full of distraction.

You will learn:

  • The addictiveness of technology and how we should both limit its use, while also use it to our advantage
  • Understand deep-work and how to set time aside for getting it done
  • Making social contracts with ourselves and others that will help us work more
  • Creating mental replenishment routines
  • How to make fewer active choices in a day
  • And more!

We look forward to seeing you at our Future of Work series, on August 6.

About the presenter:
Dr. Don Vaughn is a neuroscientist, futurist, and international public speaker. His foci include human perception, augmented performance, empathic bias, and machine learning. Since graduating from Stanford, Dr. Vaughn’s research has been featured on ABC, ESPN, TIME magazine, and the X-Games. Over a million people have viewed his TEDx talk “neurohacking: rewiring your brain”. He has been an opinion leader for a range of news outlets including The Wall Street Journal and NBC News.

Don Vaughn
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