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Thu, 18 May 2017 17:40 - Updated Thu, 18 May 2017 17:40

Brazilian Augusto Cury expected in Angola for a lecture

Luanda - The Brazilian writer, Augusto Cury, is expected in Angola next month to give a talk on emotional health from 06 to 08 June, in a joint initiative by Omnen Intellegenda and the Higher Metropolitan Polytechnic Institute of Angola (IMETRO).

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Augusto Cury, psychoanalyst

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According to a note reached Angop Thursday, the activity is intended to create an opportunity for the participants to listen and learn on how to use thinking and intelligence to develop the quality of life and excellence professional.

The initiative will also contribute to raising the participants' ability to develop healthy attitudes amid the challenges of contemporary life.

The activity will also help to decode and apply the intelligence needed to achieve success in all things," the note stressed.

Augusto Cury's visiting agenda includes meetings with scholars, professionals of the sectors of Education, Health, Culture, public and executive leaders and entrepreneurs.

The writer is physician and doctor in psychoanalysis.

He  is an expert in motivation and leadership of emotion, control of anxiety and management of practical intelligence.

Augusto Cury has sold over 95 million books in more than 70 countries.

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