Brennen Nakane started out as an Ivy League philosopher, college football player, and rapper with a Business Economics degree from Brown University.
Then, he married a classically trained singer and film actress. The Nakane’s didn’t anticipate that their interest in human nature, philosophy, and communication would lead to the discovery that would revolutionize the way people think about personality, body language and human behavior.
The Nakane’s are pioneering what they call a “miraculous scientific discovery”
– as they combine body language, eye movements, and more into a unique framework to classify and understand people’s motivations.
The pair wrestled with what to do with their discovery, and are currently working to develop and promote their findings and understandings in a way that glorifies God and helps humanity.
We sit down with Brennen, who describes what he’s learned from years of observing the principles and patterns of human behavior and communication, how he believes it relates to life, and more.
We also talk about being a man, how to be a better man, and how to anticipate our regrets.
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