Don Joseph Goewey wrote Mystic Cool:  A proven approach to transcend stress, achieve optimal brain function, and maximize your creative intelligence. His book is the basis for training and coaching programs his firm offers

Don has had a long career in human potential.  He’s been an executive at Stanford University Medical School and worked closely with two of the pioneers in human potential – Carl Rogers, father of humanistic psychology and Gerald Jampolsky, founder a school of psychology based on attitude.

Don also directed one of the leading agencies in the world focused on helping people transcend catastrophic life events.  The agency worked with people facing some of the most stressful situations any of us will ever face: From people diagnosed with terminal illness, to parents who’ve lost children, to lifers at San Quentin, to refugees of the Bosnian war, to people dealing with the stress and strain of everyday life.

Through this work Don learned much about the nature of stress and fear and the way both block us from realizing our full potential.

To learn more about Don’s work, connect with him at


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