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Controversial… Provocative… Must Read!

Controversial… Provocative… 

Must read!

Move Up: Why Some Cultures Advance While Others Don’t
A full house greets Fellows Dr. Gilbert Rapaille and Dr. Andres Roemer at the Royal Society of Arts, as Natalie Nicholles chairs the panel discussion for the launch of their new book.


Move Up Why Some Cultures Advance While Others Don’t, was published by Penguin in the UK and has received endorsements from Richard Dawkins, a world-renowned evolutionary biologist and emeritus fellow at New College, Oxford, Stephen Pinker, a Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology at Harvard, and Paul Bloom, a Professor of Psychology at Yale University.

The two authors also presented their ideas at Second Home, an innovative workspace for today’s nomadic entrepreneurs, situated just off of London’s trending Brick Lane.

Only two days after it’s publication, it became a bestseller on  Dr. Roemer presented the book to the Duke of York

who liked it and mentioned it on Twitter.

Are you ready to Move Up?

We invite you to read the book…

Dr. Rapaille and Dr. Roemer discussing Move Up with Natalie Nicholles
Dr. Gilbert Clotaire Rapaille | Archetype Discoveries Worldwide | +1 (561) 659 – 6481 |


Are you Moving Up… or down?

Are you


Up… or down? Come find out!

Join us in London to celebrate the publication of Move Up! 
Are you moving up?
Panel discussion at the RSA
I would like to invite you to the Royal Society of Arts (The RSA), of which I am a fellow!The presentation of my new book Move Up:Why Some Cultures Advance While Others Don?t, co-written with Dr. Andres Roemer and published by Penguin UK, will be hosted at the RSA


May 12th at 13h00.Register for this free event by clicking on the link below:
Talk at Second Home
Dr. Andres Roemer and myself will also be hosting a talk at
Second Home on the same day
(May 12th) at 19h00, which will be followed by a cocktail reception.Register for this free event by clicking on the link below:
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