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Neil Seeman Talks to the Community About Entrepreneurial Mental Health & the Future of Prosperity

(TORONTO, CN) Neil Seeman is a Canadian author, teacher, Internet entrepreneur, public speaker, and mental health advocate. His new book, “Accelerated Minds,” takes readers into the minds of people who risk it all on big ideas they believe could one day change the world … or not. What compels them to keep trying even after repeated failures and even greater personal expense? Neil Seeman is one of those people, steeped in North American start-up culture. “Accelerated Minds” is drawn from Seeman’s own entrepreneurial experience and his late father’s (one of the world’s most important brain scientists) research into the brain’s processing of risk and reward. Seeman explains how the entrepreneurial mindset, the world's primary wealth creation engine, can turn into a form of addiction. Individuals with this mindset can experience accelerating highs, but also tormenting, debilitating lows. They live on an unsustainable hamster wheel of constant striving and often wind up destroying the very things that they helped create. Why? “Accelerated Minds” delves into this mindset with compassion, and deep insight and discovered paths in which the vital energies of the entrepreneurial class can be directed more constructively and sustainably. Entrepreneurs need to learn how to shift gears and put a brake pedal on their overactive brains or else they will suffer. “Accelerated Minds” takes readers inside the workings of the minds of those who can’t help risking it all — and offers new solutions for entrepreneurs to manage their mental health burdens.

It’s not hard to see why Neil Seeman has quickly become a go-to speaker on circuits across the country. “Accelerated Minds” readers will be intrigued by the author’s well-honed insights into the highs and lows of the entrepreneurial mindset.

If you have a chance to hear Neil Seeman speak… sign up now.

DATE: June 19, 2023, ~ 5:30 - 7:30 PM

LOCATION: Upper Canada College

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