Neuroscientist, leadership coach, and personal trainer, Marcel Daane, shares some great insights into goal achievement and how the brain and body can be more effectively integrated and be in harmony to reach your important objectives.
Marcel is the recipient of the 2016 Global Coaching Leadership Award and 2012 Global HR Excellence Award in Leadership as well as the author of HeadStrong Performance. He is the son of a celebrated political activist and former member of an elite naval intelligence unit. Marcel changed career in his thirties to become a personal trainer and then progressed with advanced degrees in Neuroscience of Leadership and Complementary Medicine.
With over 20 years of coaching experience across business, sports, health, and cognitive performance, Marcel’s integrated approach has transformed the lives of thousands of executives. His expertise has helped improve the performance of numerous multi-national organizations around the world, from a wide range of industries.
Episode content: Goal achievement
In this episode on goal achievement with Marcel Daane, we discuss:
- what motivated Marcel to change career and become a personal trainer
- the important connection between the brain and the body as a foundational concept for leadership and performance
- what is resilience and why it is key to both physical and mental performance
- why outside-the-box thinking is essential for modern fitness professionals
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Marcel also shared a short bonus video to capture a few key concepts about resilience, mental focus, and why outside-the-box thinking is so important to fitness professionals today.