Session: Everyday Mindfulness Creating Calm in Chaos
There are good days and there are bad days. And, then there is everyday. The stress of living today requires us to have stress reduction and focus techniques. Science has proven that mindfulness based stress reduction is reducing health care costs and improving productivity and happiness. Mindfulness teaches you how to be present in both, experience both and use both to become your best self. This session teaches you to be mindful without doing yoga. It is applied mindfulness you can do at your desk, in your car, everywhere you go.
In this keynote, you will learn many tools available to you to intentionally create more good days than bad. It’s a choice to be in the moment and look at life positively. To reframe the challenging days and renew. As a result of this session you will make commitment to being your most empowered and present self.
- • Identify the difference between meditation and mindfulness
- • Learn what research shows about how stress reduction increases your focus and happiness.
- • Choose one applied mindfulness technique you can use in daily living
- Holly Duckworth, CMP, CAE, CWMF has been called the trailblazer of mindfulness for leaders. Owner of Leadership Solutions International, for 20+ years she has worked to change how we think about the impacts of stress and meetings. As a certified workplace mindfulness facilitator, she leads the global mindfulness efforts for the meetings industry. She is founder of the American Mindfulness Association to advance mindfulness a key strategic business practice. As author of 4 books at the intersection of leadership, sales, and mindfulness she is a sought-after global keynote speaker. Look for Holly as a featured live mindfulness trainer on Insight Timer App, or as the host producer of the Everyday Mindfulness Show with more than 150 episodes, or as and co-facilitator of the monthly Chaos to Calm Challenge for mindful leaders. She has been recognized by Smart Meetings Magazine, BizBash for her innovative approach and commitment to the health and wellbeing of meetings for planners and participants.