If you’re in the business of brainpower, you should know the “Merciless Mr. Bean.”
Professional racing drivers, social high-flyers, and too many CEOs, CFOs, Managing Directors and VPs to count.
Lean, mean change-maker and longevity expert Tim Bean has advised them all on restoring and protecting their teams’ Hard Edge: training high-achiever bodies and brains to perform at Formula 1 levels.
Tim speaks with the credibility from personal triumph over his own health issues, backed with true authority from decades of professional practice in solving the health concerns that often derail high performers.
Despite the nickname and serious credentials, there’s a lighter side to the Merciless Mr Bean… Audiences say Tim’s talks are filled with “hilarious stories that are as inspirational and informative as they are funny. He really made me think, and I mean that in a good way. I’m amazed that no-one ever talks about this…”
Years ago, Tim weighed over 120 kilos – morbidly obese – and was stunned when his physician told him he wouldn’t live to see his 30th birthday. That wakeup call launched ‘The Hard Edge’ for executives, and its counterpart ‘The Wealthy Body’® for businesspeople and entrepreneurs, built on core concepts like The Alpha Advantage and Cerebral Capital™.
He’s since built a reputation with top performing executive teams in financial services, consulting, legal and professional services firms from London to Frankfurt, Paris, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Los Angeles, New York, Boston and more.
Columnist, co-host of the globally televised “Turn Back Your Body Clock” and co-author of Turn Back Your Age Clock, and The Wealthy Body in Business, Tim has fronted public health campaigns led by The National Heart Foundation, the Crown Public Health Authority – and even McDonalds!
“… engaged, shocked and ‘vowed’ the audience!” World Business Capability Congress
“Truly revolutionary, on many levels …” Dame Amelia Fawcett, DBE
“Exceptional, dynamic … and hugely popular!” Combined institute of Charted Accountants, London
“Insightful and inspiring.” Citigroup, London
“The highlight address of the day.” Dr John Searle, OBE, Health and Wellbeing at Work Conference