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Cracking the code to your unlimited human potential SXSW2016

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Application for SXSW2016 Health & MedTech dual session with Melanie Weinberger and Dr. Mickra Hamilton

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Cracking the code to your unlimited human potential SXSW2016

  1. 1. Crack the code to your unlimited potential 2015 +
  2. 2. Feel a sense of unlimited potential
  3. 3. Welcome to the transformational forum • We invite you to get out on the dance floor – We’ll be asking questions and inviting you to raise your hand – Every answer you say is correct – This is your hour! • This is an interactive discussion and participatory demonstration • Learn what wellness really is and how to unleash your full potential • Explore how we can take this technology to into a state of mass application
  4. 4. Your vision
  5. 5. What is your story of being now?
  6. 6. Catastrophic events have an 80% correlation with our story of being
  7. 7. What if you can change your story of being and achieve an exponential up
  8. 8. Identifying where you are on the path: Variable Heart Rate
  9. 9. The art and science of unlimited potential. 1. NLP: If one person can do it, anyone can do it 2. Ryan Holiday: The obstacle is the way 3. Apeiron Center: Create new programs 4. Scott Peck: In community lies transformation
  10. 10. 1,000 choices a day. Where do I start?
  11. 11. Applying the theory: corporate wellness
  12. 12. [1] http://www.sertox.com.ar/img/item_full/Bouchery_2011.pdf [2] http://www.asam.org/docs/advocacy/societal-costs-of-prescription-opioid-abuse-dependence-and-misuse-in-the-united-states.pdf [3] http://www.sagie-ls.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/hashpaot.pdf [4] http://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Publication%20Files/oph_MS_final_a97f5fc7-0ace-4e5d-b634-8e5516edfd9c.pdf [5] https://globalhub.org/topics/offc_8_sp12/wiki/MainPage/File:economic_cost_of_obesity_in_the_workplace.pdf [6] http://www.drinkwakeup.com/contentManagment/uploadedFiles/fileGallery/Fatigue_in_the_Workforce.pdf Accidents and Injury $155.5 billion per year – National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health Diabetes $12.46 billion– State of TX 2006 - American Diabetes Association Liver transplant $314,000 per case – American Liver Foundation Hepatitis C $100,000 per case - The C. Everett Koop Institute Cardiovascular Disease $121,200 per case – Center for Disease Control & Prevention Obesity $73.1 billion ann– (US 2006) - Medical Expenditure Panel Survey [5] Depression $21.8 billion ann– US Agency for Research & Health Quality Alcohol Lost Productivity $161.6 billion ann– US 2006 Center for Disease Control [1] Prescription Opioid Abuse $25.6 billion ann– (Workplace US 2009)Multiple Data Sources [2] Adult ADHD $19.5 billion ann– (Workplace US 2005) -- NCS-R (National Household Survey) [3] Workplace Stressors $134 billion ann– (US 2014) - Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [4] Fatigue $136.4 billion ann (Workplace US 2007) - Caremark Work and Health Interview-WHI [6] Employers think of costs.
  13. 13. Lifestyle and Behavioral Health Slide Courtesy of Richard Brown, Director, Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles [www.wiphl.org]
  14. 14. Slide Courtesy of Richard Brown, Director, Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles [www.wiphl.org]
  15. 15. Slide Courtesy of Richard Brown, Director, Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles [www.wiphl.org]
  16. 16. 3 companies State of being platform Current state of consciousness Expanded state of consciousness
  17. 17. Data to be revealed at SXSW! Thank you! Questions? email mel@wellshift.com

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