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Date of Publication: April 6
Year of Publication: 2022
Publisher: The Great Simplification
Author(s): Nate Hagens
In this episode, we meet with the Executive Director of the Flow Genome Project, Jamie Wheal.
Jamie discusses the evolutionary importance of music as a coping mechanism, how the United States’ university system fails to prepare students for the crises of the coming decades, and how to find hope in this time of tumult.
About Jamie Wheal
Jamie Wheal is the Executive Director of Flow Genome Project. His work ranges from Fortune 500 companies, leading business schools, Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), to Red Bull and its stable of world-class athletes. He combines a background in expeditionary leadership, wilderness medicine, and surf rescue, with over a decade of advising high-growth companies on strategy, execution, and leadership. He is a sought-after speaker, presenting to diverse and high-performing communities such as YPO, Summit Series, MaiTai Global, TEDx, and the Advertising Research Foundation.
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