The New Human 2.0

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Recorded at the Australian Thought Leaders Summer Conference (Feb 2008), Michelle Duval introduces The New Human 2.0. The New Human was identified between 2005-2007 by Jen Hamilton, Jan McIntyre, Sarah McIntyre and Michelle Duval. It is now further explored daily with many women and men around the world.

It is both an experiential discovery and modelling study into the new capacities of our human species and planet during this specific phase in our human evolution.

The naming and language of The New Human is humbly inadequate, as the only true representation of it is through the experience of DNA activation in the body and the resulting influences in our individual lives and society as a whole.

These discoveries are providing critical stimulus and some new questions/answers for science, health, child-raising, education, relating, communicating, leadership, politics and societal re-shaping.

 

Michelle Duval

As a coach, speaker and writer, Michelle Duval is as a pioneer into new forms of learning. She helped found the field of professional coaching in Australia in 1997 and became a leading voice, forging developmental and transformational coaching worldwide. She has co-authored two international handbooks on coaching, developed coaching psychology models used by professional coaches globally, and trained and certified executive, business and personal coaches in more than 35 countries. Michelle is the founder of Equilibrio, Actualise Daily, Excelerate Coach Mentoring and Fingeprint4Success. Michelle’s personal specialty as a coach is working with entrepreneurs, thought leaders, CEOs, and creative artists such as writers, producers, and actors. As a researcher Michelle led a world first study into the attitudes and motivations of Australia's most successful entreprenuers. Birthed out of her own personal experience with an aggressive life threatening brain disease, Michelle's personal cause and mission is working with otherwise 'incurable' diseases by developing advanced coaching methodologies and the latest discoveries in neuroscience to facilitate well-being and even complete recovery.

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