In their first guest episode, The Occupational Philosophers talk with Dr. Peter Lovatt, a Dance Psychologist, multi TED speaker and best selling author, who through his work on the psychology of movement and dance, is more widely known as ‘Dr. Dance’!
Listen in as Peter shares:
- 3 top tips for everyday living from his new book ‘The Dance Cure’
- How teams and organisations can use movement to fuel innovation & creativity
- How individuals can ‘move to improve’!
They also explore:
- Why dance and movement is fundamentally about communication
- What type of movement is best to help your children revise for their exams!
- What stops us dancing (apart from when we’re drunk at wedding…)?
- How school shaped Peter’s life and success….it’s quite a journey
- Whether movement is a “gateway drug” to dancing…….
And as ever, the Occupational Philosophers will also engage in some (not so serious) ‘Thought Experiments’ which delve into topics such as “Did someone really say that?” and “What dance should I do if I get mugged?”.
Finally, as discussed in the show, please check out:
Dr.Peter Lovatt – https://www.peterlovatt.com
TEDx Observer – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihCh5wzNjYY
Derek Sivers: Leadership Lessons from the Dancing Guy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fW8amMCVAJQ
Tame your Ogre Guide – https://www.occupationalphilosophers.com
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