Life Time Learners for Life
Enjoy thinking outside of the box? Curious about going beyond traditional thinking? Then these authors will shake you!
“Biology never understood life,” says Elisabet Sahtouris, a prominent biologist. She, along with Rupert Sheldrake and Bruce Lipton, have been challenging their own professional field. They ask questions that make traditional science uncomfortable and boldly speak about the intersections between spirituality, belief, and science.
“I recommend Bruce Lipton’s “Spontaneous Evolution” to anyone who lives in questions, who is in love with the mystery of existence, and who understands that whatever knowledge we have is only a bit of nothing compared to the mystery and exploration of life. As you read, let yourself be in wonder, ask questions.” – Newfield Network President and Master Coach, Julio Olalla
Hear what Julio has to say about Spontaneous Evolution here.
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Julio Olalla, MCC, founder of Newfield Network, is regarded as a pioneer of the coaching profession and transformational learning fields. Julio has trained thousands of individuals and organizations, CEOs, and government figureheads to challenge traditional thinking and create stronger leaders to navigate the turbulence facing our global community. He is based in Boulder, Colorado with a travel schedule that takes him worldwide. His multi-cultural perspective makes him an in-demand, trusted advisor of Fortune 500 companies, international governments, and high-profile individuals. Julio Olalla is a sought-after keynote and motivational speaker, addressing audiences on leadership, organizational learning, education, emotion, and executive coaching.
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