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Mindfulness For Executives

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Do you wish you could be less stressed and more present?

We are so busy in our everyday lives that we rarely stop to think and be aware of our surroundings. However, this is harmful, as it prevents us from being more calm – both in terms of relaxing our body, but also quieting the internal chatter in our minds.

Especially as an executive, being present and aware is crucial, because it’s reflected on the presentations you give, on how “alive” you seem, and how persuasive you are. It’s also essential to better deal with stress.

In this course, you are going to learn more about the fundamentals of mindfulness and its components. Elements such as presenceawarenessself-acceptance and others. All of these contribute to being more present and aware in everyday life, which has multiple beneficial consequences:
– Being less stressed and more relaxed;
– Being in better health (breathing better and being less tense);
– Being less negative and judgmental (both about events and yourself);

This course will be especially helpful to you if:
– You frequently judge yourself or don’t accept certain parts of yourself;
– You still ruminate on past events and are not able to gain closure on them;
– You are frequently stressed with situations;
– You feel like you are not “present”, living in a world full of distractions and escapes;

This short course will tell you both about the core principles of mindfulness, as well as some exercises to help cultivate it. By the time you’re done, you will be able to cultivate a calmer, more aware, more relaxed presence.

What you’ll learn

  • How to be more mindful and present
  • How to relax and calm the body and mind down
  • Both the principles and the practice of mindfulness

Requirements

  • None at all!

Who this course is for:

  • Any executive looking to calm themselves down more
  • Executives looking to deal with stress better
  • Executives that are curious about how to be more mindful and aware
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