The Network

Why am I referencing other leaders, teachers and organizations on my own website? Because there are many approaches to personal growth and each person has their own style of teaching and leading. If my experience doesn't resonate with you, someone else's will. And that's totally okay. What's most important is that you find a guide who can lead you to reconnect to your true nature, reclaim responsibility for your life and get moving. You're needed out there!

So this page (which is growing as I learn)  is about connecting you to some of the influential change-makers and leaders that I've come across or learned from over the last five years. They are either working within the personal development trifecta of science, spirituality and psychology or capture part of the core message of the Human Infusion Project - that you are beautiful blend of human and essence - you are both

I do not have any paid affiliation with, nor earn any commission from, any person or any organization listed on this page. They are simply organizations whose leaders I have learned from or whose mission I admire.

Order of presentation is random, not in order of preference or recommendation

Human Infusion Project - my recommended Network

neuro 

capability

The neuroscience of leadership

The Human Infusion Project - my recommended Network

The 

Business Romantic

Society

Tim Leberecht

The Human Infusion Project - my recommended Network

Greater Good Science Center  

the Science of a Meaningful Life

The Human Infusion Project - my recommended Network

Institute

The Human Infusion Project - my recommended Network

Kain Ramsay

Achology - the Academy of Modern Applied Psychology

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Byron Katie

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Jay Shetty

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Dan Siegel 

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Allan Schore
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Lisa Feldman Barrett

Thich Nhat Hahn

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Gabor Mate
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Emory University

Center for Contemplative Science

and Compassion-Based Ethics

Tara Brach