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Matt Dippl Biohacker

“Deep knowledge work is the lifeblood of the digital economy. When creative workers in the digital economy start to understand how their brain function and vitality is so closely linked to their physical body, then it will become apparent to them to invest more time, energy and money into their own health.”Matt Dippl, BHSc, Founder Biohacking101.co, FOCUS Online Interview, Germany

Topics Matt enjoys diving deeply into:

– Entrepreneurship and innovation in the healthcare sector
– Biohacking, health optimization, and self-awareness practices
– Functional medicine, systems biology, and community health
– Qi Gong, Breathing Methods & Bodywork
– Male/Female Polarity, embodied Sexuality
– Meta-learning for rapid skill acquisition
– Brain health optimization for focused knowledge work

Matt’s Vision

Matt’s personal stance is that we need to be responsible in using digital technology to champion causes and ideas that are meaningful and value-driven, for the benefit of society.

Social media has a lot of power for good and bad. The good side is that a huge impact is possible if the story, intent, and motivation of a story pack a punch in delivering truth and love.

The bad side is that everything in 2D can never match the “real world” 3D. We see that tech has the capacity to deeply disconnect human beings from their body. Extreme examples being millions of disconnected men due to porn.

Hers is the thing: either, we use the internet consciously, or it uses us.

As well, we have to stop to “just hacking it”, and instead we need to „go deep“, as human beings, as teams at work, in organizations, and in communities manifesting as a global family.

I strongly believe that in communities of shared purpose lies the catalyst for systemic change on a bigger scale.

And here is the kicker: to execute on really game-changing ideas to make the world truly a better place we need game-changing teams that have vitality, resilience, and courage.

But to get to game-changing teams, we first need game-changing human beings, that are deeply connected to their bodies and live their life from love and truth.

It is Matt’s passion to enable knowledge workers in the digital economy to become true game-changers through embodied self-awareness practices, health optimization, and better communication skills.

Matt’s unique cross-functional skillset in the areas of biohacking, Asian body practices based on martial arts and medical qi gong, long time experience as a meditator, his training in agile thinking and operating, combined with storytelling capabilities enables him to get results fast in a 1 on 1 setting, in workshops, or via virtual group training.

Matt is pro-tech, data, and self-quantification, and he believes in his heart that the internet and technology will play a big part in overcoming some of the biggest challenges humanity will be facing in the 21st century. We just have to remain deeply human not to fuck this up.

Exponential problems need exponential solutions. And the time is now to tackle them with purpose.

Connect with Matt here.

I have got to know Matt in 2013 and immediately had a connection with him about food and nutrients. We both know how important food is for a healthy life. Since startup founders are by definition unhealthy workers, they need all the advice they can get on how to prevent an unhealthy life. Being a patient with a chronic condition, Matt has made it his purpose in life to help others to succeed…. by using the right nutrients.
Marc Wesselink, Co-Founder Venturerock.com