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Dr. Josué explains the three things human beings need to have a good life (financial stability, health, and a supportive community) and the three must-have brain tools required to attain those life-enhancing necessities (self-compassion, emotional intelligence, and critical thinking).
Using behavioral cognitive neuroscience tools and drawing upon his experience as a Haitian immigrant, Dr. Josué offers tips anyone can use to create more emotional wellness in their life.
Self-compassion teaches us to accept our flaws and limitations without feeling sorry for ourselves, explains Dr. Josué. And it’s one of the most important tools we can use to live our best life.
Dr. Josué says that emotional intelligence can lead to happier lives for individuals as well as more functional, successful organizations and international relations.
According to neuroscientist Dr. Cholet Josué, critical thinking is one of the tools that most supported him in overcoming the challenges of being a Haitian immigrant to America — including finding his path to citizenship. Now, he offers tips to help others use critical thinking to live their most empowering, fulfilling lives.
Neuroscientist Dr. Cholet Josué offers the top brain tools people need to make the best decisions for their lives.
Dr. Josué teaches self-compassion as a tool for overcoming guilt, remorse, shame, and regret. He also asserts that if we don’t like ourselves, we can’t truly like others, offering self-compassion as a tool to access compassion for humanity.
Physician and neuroscientist Dr. Josué explains how your mindset can make or break your bottom line.
Dr. Cholet Josué faced the loss of his birthplace in the Bahamas, his home in Haiti, and his father before immigrating to the United States. Now he uses neuroscience to help others create a path to their best lives, even amidst intense emotional hardship.
Dr. Josué shares cutting-edge insights into how emotional wellness patterns can predict future behavior at the individual, organizational, and international levels. He also offers three tools for improving emotional wellness that any individual or group can use to create better outcomes.