What do Jennifer Aniston, twins, Maslow, and the limbic brain have in common? Today’s episode.
We’re fortunate to continue our dialogue with David Bovis. We’ll delve into the intricate mechanics of brain neurons, aiming to provide clarity on the neurological processes during change.
I spoke with David on a previous episode which can be accessed here:
If you’re contemplating a significant shift in your profession or personal life, this discussion will offer a deeper understanding of your brain’s response and those influenced by your decisions. Such insights are invaluable in steering through the multifaceted nature of change. And, as with our previous conversation with David, I believe you’ll find this exchange both enlightening and enjoyable.
David Bovis is a time-served precision engineer and mould-maker who has >30yrs experience in ‘WCM/Lean’ change environments across Europe.
David became operations director, consultant and advisor, working with regulated professional services companies like Grant Thornton.
David established Duxinaroe in 2013, and has worked for over a decade to refine the BTFA product, joining forces with Levent in 2020, to bring it to market as a digital offering.
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