“Making an impact is not about credentials”

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Today’s #MillennialToWatch is Max Lugavere
Max Lugavere is a TV host turned cognitive optimization and nutritional health “expert”, who has no formal education in the topic and yet has spoken on global health at the UN and lectured at the New York Academy of Sciences, University of Illinois’ Center for Nutrition, Learning, and Memory, Equinox’s 2016 High Performance Living Symposium, and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Max is also a “core expert” on The Dr. Oz Show, and working on the first ever millennial-focused film about preventing dementia through diet and lifestyle. He creates videos on the Internet as well and is currently writing his first book. Prior to focusing on health and science focused content Max Lugavere was a founding host of Al Gore’s Emmy-winning Current TV prior to it being sold to Al Jazeera.

Mark shares…”Making an impact is not about credentials”

“Making an impact is not about credentials, certification, or even market opportunity. It’s about telling your story the right way and having done the homework. When you finally get the megaphone people will know you’re serious and credible.”

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Max would like ask you…”What’s the best way to engage millennials around brain health, optimizing brain function (to be smarter, think faster, and be happier), and nutrition?” You send him your answer through your preferred social media channel whether it’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.