Experience the world from a new viewpoint when you tap into your blue mind....
IF Water 2015 presents an intriguing presentation and thought-provoking conversation led by Dr. Wallace J. Nichols (link is external) - scientist, marine biologist and author of the New York Times Best Seller, Blue Mind (link is external): The Surprising Science that Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do.
Steeped in science and quantifiable data yet deeply personally and emotionally driven, Blue Mind uncovers the deeper truths behind our brains on water. Dr. Nichols combines cutting edge research with compelling personal stories that demonstrate how proximity to water can improve performance, increase calm, diminish anxiety, and increase professional success. Blue Mind not only illustrates that healthy waterways are vital to our individual well-being, but also that our connection to water is of crucial importance and it provides a ‘blueprint’ for a better life.
Follow Dr. Wallace J. Nichols on a journey that will influence the way we think about water and ourselves. Each guest will receive a blue marble which serves as a symbol of gratitude and appreciation for our little blue planet and provides a tactile reminder of our role on earth.
Who would be interested in attending this event?
Anyone interested in learning how water can make you happier at home, more successful at work, healthier in body and soul, more creative and more compassionate.
How can this presentation benefit your professional career?
Dr. Nichols will provide deeper insights into the vast array of cognitive, emotional, psychological and social benefits associated with clean, healthy waterways that can open the door to new ways of doing business. Direct applications will be made to those working in the following sectors: Health & Wellness, Education & Environment, Art & Design, Real Estate and Development, Travel & Tourism, and Sports & Recreation.
Tap into your blue mind….
Tickets are $35 and include heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. The evening will also feature special guest Maker’s Mark’s Bill Samuels, who will address the importance of Kentucky’s abundance of natural water sources as it relates to the history and making of our native spirit - bourbon. While at Louisville Water Tower Park, (link is external) learn about the history of Louisville's water, tour an active pumping station and experience the WaterWorks Museum (link is external).
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