Evening’s Moderator: M. Christine Dwyer of RMC Research
George Mumford is a world-renowned psychologist and mindfulness performance expert who has helped superstars such as Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant transform their careers. His new book, UNLOCKED: Embrace Your Greatness, Find the Flow, Discover Success, offers proven strategies for unleashing our innate strengths, avoiding burnout, and discovering enduring success.
We all strive to find flow when our skills, expertise, and mindset are aligned, and we can perform unimpeded at the highest level. George Mumford calls this being “unlocked”—a state anyone can achieve at any time. A psychologist trained in the field of mindfulness and personal development expert, Mumford has decades of experience helping a wide range of individuals—from CEOs and NBA superstars to the chronically underrepresented, those experiencing homelessness and fighting addiction—contend with the challenges and opportunities inherent in life. Now, in this life-changing guide, he shares his wisdom with all of us, no matter our background or socioeconomic status, brilliantly guiding us on a path to discovering and harnessing our own individual potential.
Chock-full of tangible insights, unexpected ancient wisdom, and inspiring stories from his clients and his own life, Unlocked helps us discover our gifts. To sustain success no matter the game or the stakes. To step into the power within us and embrace the freedom of being unlocked.
George Mumford is a psychologist, elite performance expert, and author of The Mindful Athlete, who has worked with athletes like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. He has also consulted with high school, college, and Olympic athletes, inmates, and corporate executives, and he is a sought-after public speaker. Mumford lives in Boston.
Moderator: M. Christine Dwyer (Chris) is co-owner of RMC Research, a national firm that provides consultation and conducts research and evaluation in education, prevention, arts and culture, community engagement, and media. She has served as an elected Portsmouth City Councilor and in leadership roles with nonprofits, including the Currier Museum of Art, The Music Hall, NH State Council on the Arts, and the UNH Foundation Board.