Shelley Brown BELIEVES mindfulness is not what we’ve all been led to believe.
Rather than a focus on what’s often seen as woo-woo, weird and uncomfortable approaches, SHE knows it’s a practice of rock stars…a practice that can transcend “calm”…a practice that trains our brains to embrace and extend time in the present, providing the foundations of self-awareness, increased resilience, and greater wellbeing.
Shelley Brown spent over two decades in the corporate world in regional and national director level roles. And, today she remains connected to the business world as a keynote speaker, webinar, and workshop facilitator inviting leaders and teams to a practice that trains our brains to achieve remarkable calm, focus, and resilience. The end result? We can show up better for our lives and better together.
Joanne and Shelley — Appreciated this discussion especially the part about mindfulness not just being about the self, but being something that helps us in our relationships with others.
Jeff Ikler – I am glad you discovered this bit of wisdom in the podcast. Mindfulness has many uses, relationships being one of them. Thank you!
Many thanks, Dennis Pitocco for posting one of my The Sanity Project Podcast interviews. I know Shelley Brown thanks you as well!