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David R. Hamilton Ph.D.
David R. Hamilton Ph.D.

David R. Hamilton acquired an honors degree in biological and medicinal chemistry, and a Ph.D. in organic chemistry before working as a scientist in the pharmaceutical industry for several years. His research into the mind-body connection ultimately led him to leave that profession and become a motivational speaker. He went on to co-found an international relief charity, and he appears regularly in the media. He spends most of his time writing, giving talks, and leading workshops.

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Ride The Wave Of Kindness We have an amazing capacity to see the best in each other. So, as often as you can, try to see the best in the person right in front of you. See the... Comments
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How Being Kind Can Keep You Young Have you noticed that stress or worry can make a person’s hair go white? Or how anger and contempt can etch lines on a face? Feelings impact the... Comments
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How To ‘Wire’ Self-Love Into Your Brain Editor's Note: David Hamilton has been one of our most popular speakers during the 2016 World Summit. It ends on May 26th, 2016 but you can sign up... Comments

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The Five Side-Effects of Kindness - David R. Hamilton, PhD

In this video Dr. David R. Hamilton reveals the five unexpected (and beneficial!) side-effects of being kind to others.

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How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body
How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body

Have you ever been sick and felt powerless because the countless drugs you’ve tried haven’t worked? Well, according to David Hamilton, Ph.D., there’s another way to get better . . .

The Five Side Effects of Kindness
The Five Side Effects of Kindness

Scientific evidence has proven that kindness changes the brain, impacts the heart and immune system, and may even be an antidote to depression. We're actually genetically wired to be kind. In this