ARIEL GARTEN

August 21, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Virtual Event

part of a series on Stress

About the speaker

Ariel Garten is probably one of the most interesting people you will meet. She is a Neuroscientist, mom, former psychotherapist, former fashion designer, and the co- founder and visionary of an amazing and highly successful tech start-up Muse.

Muse tracks your brain during meditation to give you real-time feedback on your meditation, guiding you into the “zone” and solving the problem most of us have when starting a meditation practice. Muse lets you know when you are doing it right.

Muse is now used by hundreds of thousands of people to start or deepen their mediation practice, including by Mayo clinic.

When Ariel is not reading brains (literally) or investing in, inspiring and advising other start-ups and women in biz, you can find her on stages across the world, from TED to MIT teaching audiences about their brain and how to overcome its limitations, consistently giving her audiences the practical tools and insights they need to help them become their best selves.

Ariel and Muse have been featured in over 1000 articles, including CNN (3x), Forbes, Fortune, Popular Science, NYT, WSJ, GQ, Men’s Health, O Magazine, Wired, and more.

Ariel’s mission in life is to help people understand how their brain and mind work - both the nuts and bolts and neurons, and how that plays out in the messy and beautiful human experience of living. She inspires people to understand that they can accomplish anything they want by understanding what actually goes on in their own mind.

Ariel is also the co-host of the Untangle Podcast.

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Additional details

REGISTER here on Monday August 17th at 10am.

Join us Online

We will be emailing you the zoom link the night before.

8:30 AM Virtual Room Opens – join in for some speed networking break out rooms and CMTO news
9:00 AM Interview with Ariel Garten
9:30 AM Q&A
9:50 AM Your Turn! 30 sec Pitches

Grab a cup of coffee and see your favourite #CMTO pals at the same scheduled time, but while at an acceptably social-distanced space like your couch, bed, or book-nook!