Opening Your Doorways of Possibility

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Our greatest untapped resource in living a wonderful life is the unlimited possibility created through connection – within our body, brain and being AND between other brains and minds. There is so much to know about how to build and grow connections within ourselves and with others. The best way to achieve this is to have a guide – an experienced coach and mentor.

And so, Richard Hill has created Your Amazing Brain 3.0 to deliver an ongoing program of insight, curiosity and straightforward practical ways to build the connections that can do amazing things for your life.

Simply watch our free videos to see and feel Richard’s enthusiasm, warmth and extensive knowledge. Let him guide you towards your most inspiring self – a person of possibility!

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    Richard Hill

    Richard Hill comes from a family steeped in creativity and public expression. It is not surprising that he has embraced professional acting and singing, and is a recognized songwriter and author, but many were surprised when he began university in his late 40's. He now holds three masters degrees in Arts, Education, and Brain and Mind Sciences and is an internationally respected speaker and presenter on Neuroscience and the dynamic of being human. He is in private practice as a psychotherapist in Sydney Australia. He is the developer of The Curiosity Approach, which emerged from his books "How the 'real world' Is Driving Us Crazy!" and "Choose Hope." Most recently he has released an online program "Your Amazing Brain 3.0" to share his knowledge and life experience to encourage people to create connection - in themselves and between others. Richard is the Co-President of the Global Association for Interpersonal neurobiology Studies and a select member of the International psychosocial Genomics Research Group. He is regularly published in articles and book chapters worldwide and is on the editorial board of The Neuropsychotherapist. To be curious and engaged is Richard's formula for a wonderful life.

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