David Shaner, the Herring Professor of Asian Studies and Philosophy Emeritus at Furman, has recorded a TED-x talk about getting “un-stuck” and helping the mind and body become one. The idea behind the talk is to improve people’s performances in business, education, government, athletics, music and daily life.
Shaner is the principal at CONNECT LLC Performance Development Consultants and is author of the book, The Seven Arts of Change: Leading Business Transformation That Lasts. He is also an internationally renowned teacher of Ki-Aikido and holds a Seventh Degree Black Belt. He has taught at Harvard University, was a member of the Olympic Valley USA Ski Team, and has served as a Fulbright Scholar in India.
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