The average person accesses just 5 percent of their brain capacity on a daily basis. Five percent doesn’t seem like enough to me. What if you could increase that number?
Some people have figured it out. In fact, after speaking to the head of the Harvard Brain Institute I learned that high achievers use 20 percent of their brain capacity and Olympic gold medalists can access 40 percent. What is it that these elite performers have that the typical person doesn’t have? It's so simple. Yet, nearly everyone fails to do it.
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ABOUT BO EASON
Bo is a speaker, performer, author and trainer who started his career in the NFL as a top pick for the Houston Oilers. Continuing on with the San Francisco 49ers, during his 5-year career, Bo competed beside and against some of the greatest players of his generation.
In 2001, Bo wrote and performed his one-man play, Runt of the Litter, which he performed on Broadway to rave reviews. The New York Times called it, “One of the most powerful plays in the last decade.” Bo toured with the play in over 50 cities and it is being adapted as a major motion picture.
In his quest for excellence on the stage, Bo trained with some of the world’s most brilliant performance and movement coaches, Larry Moss and Jean-Louis Rodrigue. Bo now draws from their techniques and wisdom to coach others to be excellent presenters and storytellers.
Bo is dedicated to helping others tap the power of their personal story and become effective, persuasive communicators. He has privately coached some of the most successful leaders in the world, and delivered his keynotes and workshops to groups such as Advisors Excel, Mass Mutual, Guardian, Protective Life Insurance, Dimensional Fund Advisors, Morgan Stanley, and Young Presidents Association. Bo has also appeared as a guest on shows like Bill Maher, Fox Sports Net, ESPN, The Rosie O’Donnell Show and CNN.