Don Goewey's career in human potential spans more than three decades and includes collaborations with Carl Rogers, Ph.D, the founder of humanistic psychology, and Gerald Jampolsky, MD, founder of attitudinal healing. His interest in brain’s ability to overcome stress was sparked when he experienced a series of personal crises. After a job loss, the diagnosis of a brain tumor and the loss of his marriage—all occurring within a ten day period—he experienced a defining moment that left him free of stress and its complications. Since then, Goewey has worked with war refugees, prisoners and patients, as well as many with high-stress occupations. In 2006, he co-founded ProAttitude, a human performance firm dedicated to ending stress in the workplace. His new book, Mystic Cool, combines the latest research in neuroscience and psychology with practical spiritual insights on how to reduce stress and unlock creative potential. To learn more, visit his Web site: www.mysticcool.com.