Ten Questions With Shelley Laslett

This week’s Ten With Taryn I’m hanging out with the fabulous Shelley Laslett, Neuroscience Coach and master of rewiring the brain. We cover lots of ground including how a negative body image can cause weight gain (hello stress hormone cortisol) and why we should take hurt feelings as seriously as physical injury. It’s a BRILLIANT read, grab a cuppa and enjoy – and don’t forget to leave a comment, we love feedback x

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Shelley Laslett Bio

Shelley Laslett is the CEO and Co-Founder of Vitae. Coach (Vitae) – a coaching company that combines neuroscience with technology. Vitae uses the principles of neuroscience, neuroplasticity and brainwave technology to help people unlock their brain and accelerate personal and organisational growth. Vitae works with individuals, startups and high growth businesses. Shelley has a background in social science and is currently completing her MSc in Applied Neuroscience at King’s College in London.

Shelley is also a startup advisor, startup mentor at Techstars, startup board member, brain-based coach and international speaker. Previously, Shelley was the General Manager of YBF Ventures – a startup incubator and has also been part of corporate venturing teams. Prior to entering the startup world, Shelley was an international strategy and innovation consultant with Accenture throughout EMEA.

She has helped a number of companies evolve, change and bring their new ideas to life. Some of the companies Shelley has worked with include; The Walt Disney Company, Salesforce, NASDAQ, AgriDigital, Airtasker, Deloitte, Diageo Futures, WeWork Labs, Founders Factory, Founders Intelligence, Cover Genius, SKY Plc, Optus, Lloyds Banking Group, Huckletree, Commonwealth Bank, Tank Stream Labs, Springboard Enterprises, ANZ Bank, Sunculture, Bupa, Qantas, Dentsu Aegis Network, Innovation Bay, Fonterra, IBM, Royal Dutch Shell, Tech Ready Women and EY.

Poppy Renegade describes Shelley as, “…unlike anyone you’ve ever met before. She has an infectious, yet calming energy, a brilliant mind and a powerful presence. Shelley is blazing her own trail and lifting others to new heights along the way.”

1 Comment
  • sassycoupleok
    Posted at 20:47h, 02 July Reply

    Lot’s of interesting facts and encouragement for women to be comfortable with themselves.and accept their bodies for who and what they are. I did long ago with my husband when I became nudist. It’s the best thing I ever did for myself.

    Ms. K

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