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Johnny Crowder featured at TEDx


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Prison frontman and Cope Notes founder Johnny Crowder has been featured at TEDx. Crowder gave a talk entitled 'How to Grow As a Person, and Why It Sucks' as part of TEDx Eustis. The talk summarizes the research and lessons that Crowder used to eventually develop Cope Notes. Watch the video below:

From Crowder:

IS THIS REAL LIFE?! MY TEDX TALK IS FINALLY HERE! Link in bio!

If you’ve ever wanted to support me or my work, this is perhaps the simplest and most effective way you could help: Before you even watch this talk, hit that share button. Share it with your grandma, your neighbor, your professor, your coworker, your boss, your dog. Share this video until your thumbs fall off. If you’ve ever wondered how some TEDx Talks break 20M views, it’s because folks like you shared them relentlessly within the first 24-48 hours, so the YouTube algorithm started serving them up like hotcakes.

TED was founded in 1984, which means I’ve been dreaming of this moment for 8 years longer than I’ve been alive. What I’m about to say is no exaggeration: This is the single greatest opportunity of my life. And with your help, we can use it to change millions of others for the better.

From TEDx:

In this energetic and inspiring talk, recorded at TEDxEustis 2020, Johnny Crowder details the difficulties and pitfalls of trying to grow as a person. Utilizing his personal story, Crowder reveals the ways your human brain can short circuit your attempts to improve and shares the methods and tools you can use to sustain desired changes and grow as a person.

Johnny Crowder is a suicide/abuse survivor, touring musician, comedian, writer, and the founder & CEO of Cope Notes. Amidst his psychology studies at the University of Central Florida and his mental health advocacy through the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Johnny found himself touring the world with his metal band, Prison, using the stage as a platform to explore taboo topics like consent, self-harm, and sobriety.

With a keen personal understanding of multiple diagnoses ranging from bipolar disorder and OCD to schizophrenia, Johnny is uniquely equipped to provide creative solutions for the pains of mental illness and treatment with levity and wit. Whether at home or touring, Johnny's Cope Notes is an innovative mobile health platform that uses text messages to improve the mental and emotional wellness of users all over the globe. Along with his ministries, Johnny nerds out about exercise science, fingerstyle guitar, and, surprisingly enough, sneakers. Johnny Crowder is a suicide/abuse survivor, touring musician, comedian, writer, and the founder & CEO of Cope Notes.

Amidst his psychology studies at the University of Central Florida and his mental health advocacy through the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Johnny found himself touring the world with his metal band, Prison, using the stage as a platform to explore taboo topics like consent, self-harm, and sobriety. With a keen personal understanding of multiple diagnoses ranging from bipolar disorder and OCD to schizophrenia, Johnny is uniquely equipped to provide creative solutions for the pains of mental illness and treatment with levity and wit.

Whether at home or touring, Johnny's Cope Notes is an innovative mobile health platform that uses text messages to improve the mental and emotional wellness of users all over the globe. Along with his ministries, Johnny nerds out about exercise science, fingerstyle guitar, and, surprisingly enough, sneakers. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

 


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