276: Develop a Mindfulness Practice Using The Lovetuner

276: Develop a Mindfulness Practice Using The Lovetuner

276: Develop a Mindfulness Practice Using The Lovetuner

This episode is different from any other because the guest, Sigmar Berg, is someone who invented a product that has enhanced the lives of 1000s of people around the world. You’ll find this conversation thought-provoking and enlightening. You’re encouraged to slow down your mind, shift away from what you need to DO, and focus on being fully present to what Sigmar shares in this deeply meaningful conversation.

Sigmar is an entrepreneur, architect, and designer. He has dedicated his life to fostering wellness and balance, and his mission is to bring healing and love to the world. His most exciting venture, the Lovetuner, brings the ancient art of sound healing to today’s world through an easily accessible mindfulness tool.

Thanks to the commercial success of Lovetuner®, Sigmar established the Lovetuner® Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promotes wellness and healing. He’s also the author of The Lovetuner® Book: ONE JOURNEY, which tells the story of his spiritual awakening.

You’ll discover:

  • The journey that led Sigmar to create the Lovetuner
  • Why breath work is critical to overcoming the fight or flight response
  • How leaders can benefit from developing mindfulness
  • What the 528Hz frequency means
  • What heart coherence means and why it’s important to our wellbeing

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150: Change Your World from the Inside Out

150: Change Your World from the Inside Out

150: Change Your World from the Inside Out

What if you could learn how to notice and heed your inner signals to make the best decision? Scott Shute describes how you can do this by slowing down and becoming more mindful. We go deep into his fantastic book, The Full Body Yes, exploring the importance of knowing and loving yourself in order to bring more compassion into your world.

In his most recent role at LinkedIn, Scott was the Head of Mindfulness and Compassion programs. He’s been a pioneer in creating mindfulness programs and advancing the discussion around “operationalizing compassion” in the workplace.

You’ll discover:

  • What Scott means by The Full Body YES
  • How Scott manages his competitive spirt
  • Why mindfulness is a powerful tool in the workplace
  • How organizations can operationalize compassion
  • Why gratitude is a superpower you’ll want to develop

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138: Become Calmer, More Mindful, and Less Overwhelmed

138: Become Calmer, More Mindful, and Less Overwhelmed

138: Become Calmer, More Mindful, and Less Overwhelmed

Do you ever struggle with overwhelm and feel stressed? My guest Fran Keogh understands those feelings. She helps clients reduce those negative states by simplifying their decisions and their lives. Fran also “gets” the perfectionism and procrastination that keep someone from achieving the results they seek. In fact, her coaching practice focuses on assisting busy professionals to build a better life in order to have more time, fun, and freedom.

Over the years, Fran has reinvented herself multiple times—from radio host, voice-over talent, “domestic goddess” (aka at-home mother of four), alpaca farmer, yoga teacher, health coach, to business life coach and speaker. This is a lively conversation with a very special human being who’s learned many lessons from her varied experiences.

 

You’ll discover:

  • How Fran helps clients identify and work through overwhelm
  • What’s behind the fear that often drives us
  • How to practice mindfulness in your daily life
  • Why Fran does not hesitate to ASK for what she wants

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122: Making the Most of Your Moments

122: Making the Most of Your Moments

122: Making the Most of Your Moments

How much attention do you pay to each moment as you experience it? My guest Achim Nowak shares four keys to becoming more mindful in the midst of a busy, full life so you create the best possible experience from every moment. In our conversation we explore four topics from his latest book, The Moment: A Practical Guide to Creating a Mindful Life in a Distracted World. This book is a rich resource of ideas and insights, and Achim is a superb storyteller.

Achim is the Founder and President of Brilliant Best. In his work as an executive coach, he helps CEOs and C-Suite leaders around the world show up with relaxed authority and amplify their impact. He’s a TEDx speaker, the author of 3 books, and the host of an outstanding podcast, MY FOURTH ACT.

You’ll discover:

  • How actors train to awaken their senses so they can be or do whatever’s needed in a given moment
  • Benefits of developing and paying attention to “Prajna” or inner wisdom
  • What you can do to create micro-moments of love throughout the day
  • Ideas for slowing down and making time stand still
  • Why it’s important to build “unobligated time” into your life

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