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Isaiah Hankel received his doctorate in Anatomy & Cell Biology and is an expert on mental focus, behavioral psychology, and career development. His work has been featured in The Guardian, Fast Company, and Entrepreneur Magazine. Isaiah’s previous book, Black Hole
Focus, was published by Wiley & Sons and was selected as Business Book of the Month in the UK and became a business bestseller internationally. Isaiah has delivered corporate presentations to over 20,000 people, including over 300 workshops and keynotes worldwide in the past 5 years.
Isaiah is the founder and CEO of Cheeky Scientist, a career training company that specializes in helping PhDs transition into corporate careers; he is also the director of Hankel Leadership. Through these ventures, Isaiah has consulted on career development, employee management, entrepreneurship, focus, and motivation at several Fortune 500 companies. He has been invited to speak at top institutions including Harvard Medical School, Stanford University, Vanderbilt University, University of Chicago, University of Oxford England, the Marie Curie Institute France, and the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Isaiah grew up working on a sheep farm in the Pacific Northwest of the US before going on to get his doctorate. After receiving his doctorate, Isaiah started and successfully exited several other technology-based companies, and then went on to be formally trained in the fields of behavioral economics, behavior psychology, and online marketing. Isaiah’s blue-collar background, white-collar corporate training, and academic credentials allow him to work with a wide range of organizations and connect meaningfully with all types of individuals and institutions.
- How a wake-up call makes you quickly re-define your life and what actually matters in your life.
- Defining real success for yourself
- The distinction between fake and intelligent achievement and how clarity is key.
- Fake Success is built on a shaky foundation. If you life gets rocked a little bit it falls away.
- In Real Success you are doing things for the right reasons which puts you more in touch with who you really are.
- Keeping up with someone else's goals is an example following after fake success.
- We can be influenced by the goals of others that we surround ourselves with.
- It is important to align your goals with who you really are and your true identity.
- Mental Energy is your most valuable asset, not time, money, or relationships.
- The Science of dealing with negative and manipulative people.
- How to understand and identify manipulators in our life.
- Strategies to keep yourself from distractions and unwanted drama.
- The Science behind why engaging with negative energy takes your performance levels.
- Why and how we can set better boundaries
- Why you should say always say no first.
- Why 50 % of your relationships may be fake.
- How to identify the people that are holding us back in our life and surround ourselves with those who support us.
- Why its important to set aside time by yourself during your peak mental energy hours.
- How to fight for, protect, and surround yourself with good mental energy.
- How and Why you may need to take a relationship fast.
- When confused about the people you surround yourself with, step away for a bit so you can see your relationships more clearly.
- Communication and taking responsibility is key in developing good relationships.
- Sometimes you just need to take a brief time-out when it comes to relationships.
- Why its so important to seperate yourself from those who drain your mental energy.
- The positive people generally don't come into your life until the negative ones are gone.
- Why you should eliminate the people who undermine, constantly cut you down, and ultimately drain your energy.
- How to take a two-step gut check.
- How to create a power network.
- How being with people that give you energy actually help you to create more and be more productive in your life
- Good competitive energy actually may sharpen you to do better and be better.
- Why you don't always want to be the smartest person in the room.
- Why your life is your fault.
- How to lose the victim mentality.
- You don't control what happens to you, but you can control how you respond to it.