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Why my 10th Master’s Degree will be in Mental Health

Mental Health or the Neuroscience of Mental Health is a vital field enabling the individual to not only better understand the inner workings of the brain, but most important how to be more productive and better adapt to one's environment and society

Leonardo Da Vinci's depiction of the brain

In 1994 I started college in Madrid (Spain), hoping to finish my 6-year degree in Telecommunications Engineering. Little I knew my learning adventure would become a conquest and last a lifetime. It is now at 42 years old that I realize how important passion and perseverance (or what others call grit and relentlessness) are to fuel performance and delivery. Studying the Neuroscience of Mental Health at King’s College London, I have surmised, will allow me to maximize performance and delivery of body and mind, in order to become a high performance individual.

Leonardo Da Vinci’s detailed anatomy of the brain

It is my goal to brief about the progress made in the Master’s Program in Neuroscience of Mental Health on Thrive Global, pinpointing the lessons learned as I make progress throughout and explaining how I am applying the theory to the practice of becoming more knowledgable about the inner workings of my CPU, in order to increase its performance and, like in a car, the lifetime of its engine.

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