Have you ever been driving somewhere, arriving at your destination with no memory of how you got there?

We live in a world of distractions. We are constantly bombarded with stimuli from all around us. We try to multi-task both physically and mentally. We are on autopilot - lost in the past or concerned about the future. We lose focus on what we are doing and what is happening right now.

There are many misconceptions about mindfulness - it is simply the art of paying attention - paying attention to the present moment - being clear about what is happening right here, right now. Listening, seeing, experiencing and responding effectively.

Mindfulness meditation teaches:


The ability to focus on what you want, when you want, for the time you want and not be distracted by internal or external stimuli.

Clarity or Awareness

Choosing where to focus your attention without getting locked into your head or being taken off course by your emotions.

Calmness or Self-Confidence

The ability to go with the flow - to stand in the middle of whatever is going on with balance, stability, openness, and spaciousness, with no attempt to make it anything but what it is right now, right here.

What are the benefits of mindfulness and meditation?

  • Helps you stay more focused, even under pressure
  • Helps you stay calmer
  • Keeps your stress at a minimum
  • Helps you to communicate more clearly
  • Improves your listening skills at work and at home
  • Makes you happier
  • Improves your physical and mental health: better immune system, lower blood pressure, less anxiety, better sleep

... and the list goes on.

In this 8-session, one-on-one program, you'll learn why mindfulness isn't simply a trend but the key to becoming a better leader. By the end, you’ll have a scientifically proven method to…

☑️ Reduce your stress

☑️ Combat overwhelm

☑️ Make friends with your inner critic

☑️ Increase productivity and creativity

☑️ Deal with criticism

☑️ Increase leadership skills

☑️ Balance your emotions

Enjoy 8 weekly sessions complete with worksheets, videos, daily inspirational quotes, and guided meditation audios throughout your week.

Session 1 – Attention & The Now

The objective of this first session is to familiarize you with the two most important building blocks of mindfulness; attention and the present moment. At the heart of mindfulness is the cultivation of attention to the present moment. The most common reason why people fail to pay attention to the present moment is that they are occupied by thinking, often about the past or the future. In this session, the role of thoughts and their relationship with the present moment are introduced.

Session 2 – Automaticity

The goal of this session is to clarify the relationship between mindfulness and automaticity. The reason for this session at the beginning of the course is because most problems that people experience involve automatic patterns or habits. Without becoming aware of these patterns, change is difficult if not impossible. Paying mindful attention to automatic reactions and routine patterns of thinking and behavior is a powerful way to decrease their impact and make room for choice. You will experience the automatic nature of your thoughts and how these thoughts in turn automatically cause emotions to emerge.

Session 3 – Judgment

An important element of mindfulness is “open awareness”. Open awareness refers to a quality of consciousness that is not evaluative or actively shaped by pre-existing ideas or intentions, but is fully receptive to allowing the experience to simply occur “as it is”. In this session, open awareness is introduced by addressing the evaluative nature of the mind. While open awareness involves non-judgment, most of our daily awareness is clouded by countless judgments and evaluations. By becoming aware of these judgments, an important obstacle of open awareness is removed. In this session, you will experience the judgmental nature of your mind and learn about the problematic aspects of judgments.

Session 4 – Acceptance

The goal of this session is to introduce the concept of acceptance. Mindfulness promotes an accepting stance towards experiences. Rather than fighting or avoiding experiences, mindfulness requires a willingness to experience them. Acceptance, however, is a complex and paradoxical construct. This session aims to clarify the essence of acceptance by learning to apply acceptance to difficult emotions and by explaining the goal of acceptance.

Session 5 – Goals

An excessive focus on the future is perhaps one of the most common obstacles to the cultivation of mindful awareness. The default mode for many people is a “doing mode” that is constantly focused on reaching goals and the future. In this session, mindfulness is introduced as the key to finding a balance between being in the present moment and planning for the future. You will experience the pitfalls of an excessive future focus and explore the benefits of a grateful relationship with the present moment.

Session 6 – Compassion

The aim of this session is to introduce self-compassion. Mindfulness involves a kind and self-compassionate stance toward the self. Rather than a self-compassionate attitude, many people suffer from a non-accepting and self-critical relationship with the self. The nature of this relationship is perhaps most clearly reflected by the inner critic: an internal voice that criticizes the self. In this session, you become acquainted with your inner critic and learn how to effectively cultivate a friendly and caring relationship with the self by increasing awareness of the inner critic and practicing self-compassion through meditation and self-caring action.

Session 7 – The Ego

The goal of this session is to clarify the relationship between mindfulness and the self. At the deepest level, mindfulness practice cultivates a different relationship with the self. The observing stance that becomes stronger after repeated and consistent mindfulness practice allows participants to take a step back from all kinds of thoughts, including identity-related thoughts. Identity, which can be described as a rather static and thought-based story of “me”, makes room for a more dynamic sense of self, which can be described as an ever-present observer. This observer is aware of the stories about the self and it is thus by definition different from the stories themselves. In this session, several exercises allow you to experience the difference between the self as a story and the self as an observer.

Session 8 – Integration

During the past 7 sessions, you'll have learned about and practiced many essential key processes underlying mindfulness. Mindfulness is a multi-faceted construct, and an understanding of how the different processes that mindfulness involves work together, can be regarded as an essential insight. In this final session, you will learn the connection between those different processes.

An additional aim of session 8 is to focus on ways to continue integrating mindfulness in daily life. The past 7 sessions can best be regarded as a starting point of an endless journey. In this session, you are invited to create a personal plan for sustainably incorporating mindfulness into your daily life after completing this training.

The reality is: Science has proven that through mindfulness and meditation you will be better able to meet the demands and stresses of everyday life.

And if you’re not putting the power of these tools to work in your life, you’re depriving yourself of the very things you need to have less stress, increased contentment, and more effectively run your business.

So, tell me: What’s truly stopping you from finding the balance you deserve?

Join this program, (beginners are welcome!) and you’ll learn everything you need to know to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life to increase resilience, reduce stress, and regain clarity and focus

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