The Diario de Avisos Foundation has presented its next “Premium del Atlántico” Forum which on this ocasion will host the first visit of the year to the Canary Islands by Dr. Mario Alonso Puig, one of the most influential voices on the international scene and a prestigious speaker in the fields of health, motivation, leadership and creativity.
Under the title, What should I do in my daily life to be better and help others to be better, he will address, from his experience as a doctor and researcher of the human brain, the healthiest life habits to face, in an increasingly complex world, the difficulties and worries of life, both on an individual and social level. We will learn first-hand the method for leading a full life, equipped with the strategies that allow us to overcome adversity, emerge stronger and improve our physical, mental and emotional health.
Trained at the Faculty of Higher Education at Harvard University, Dr. Mario Alonso Puig has been researching the bases of human intelligence and learning for more than 20 years. His speciality in General and Digestive Surgery has also led him to apply his knowledge and experience to the world of stress and its impact on digestive ailments, dedicating a large part of his life to teaching and research on how to unleash human potential.
He is a Fellow of Harvard University Medical School and a member of the New York Academy of Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has received the highest award for merit in Communication and Human Relations from the Dale Carnegie Institute in New York and is a consultant in Surgery at the International Hospital of Madrid.
Best-selling author of works such as: “Reset your mind”, “Reinvent yourself: your second chance”, “Madera de Líder”, “Tómate un respiro. Mindfulness, the art of keeping calm in the midst of the storm”, or “Your three superpowers for a healthier, happier and more prosperous life”, among others, has been translated into 14 languages throughout his publishing career.
The interview following the talk will feature the intervention of journalists Carmelo Rivero, Deputy Editor of Diario de Avisos, and Juan Carlos Mateu, Deputy Director of the Dean of the Canary Islands Press.
RAFFLE OF INVITATIONS
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