Aug 28, 2019
Introducing Ariel Garten Today's guest joining us on the Join Up Dots business coaching podcast is Ariel Garten. without a doubt this lady is probably one of the most interesting people you will meet. She is a psychotherapist, Neuroscientist, mom, former fashion designer, and the female founder and visionary of an amazing and highly successful tech start-up Muse. Now if you have heard of muse then get this. Muse tracks your brain during meditation to give you real-time feedback on your meditation, guiding you into the “zone” and solving the problem most of us have when starting a meditation practice. Muse lets you know when you are doing it right. How The Dots Joined Up For Ariel When Ariel is not reading brains (literally) or investing in, inspiring and advising other start-ups and women in biz, you can find her on stages across the world, from TED to MIT to SXSW. She inspires people to understand that they can accomplish anything they want by learning what goes on in their own mind. As she says "My MISSION is multi-fold: To support women to be kick ass in business, to mentor start-ups, and to contribute to the cutting edge of neuroscience. My desire is to help you do a deep dive in understanding your brain, how it makes you who you are, and how to help you manage the crazy that resides in all our minds." So how did something which seems so complex go from the thought, to the vision, to the reality? And where can she see this technology heading going forwards? Well lets find out as when bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Ariel Garten. Show Highlights During the show we discussed such weighty subjects with Ariel Garten such as: We talk about the initial factors of finding the cash and struggling when starting your own business what is the point of being the richest person on the planet, if you can't then help others. We discuss how Ariel used to be poor at meditation and found this as he springboard for what has become MUSE And lastly.......... Why the majority of people are unhappy due to their inability to centre themselves in the present moment.