Relax, Release, Realign: The Art of Mindful Living Redux

After his mindfulness session last year set a record for the most webinar attendees we've ever had, Allen Weiss is back with another installation of The Art of Mindful Living.

Let's face it, the last 18 months have been extraordinary. If, at any point, you've found it challenging to maintain your poise, your professionalism, or even a sense of day-to-day balance, join us for a relaxing mindfulness session that focuses on YOU.

The practice of mindfulness, according to scientific research, builds emotional resilience and enhances the immune system.

This presentation introduces you to creating and incorporating an effective and ongoing mindfulness practice in all aspects of your life.

You'll learn to reduce stress and gain more inner peace by:

  • Developing a healthier relationship with your thoughts
  • Developing more balance with your emotions
  • Being more in touch with your body and mind

Bring a friend, bring a family member, bring a co-worker—share this with anyone who could use a bit of calm. All are welcome!

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  • Date: September 15, 2021
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Presenter: Allen Weiss
  • Topic: Management
  • Price: $0


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Allen Weiss

Allen Weiss is founder, CEO, and Positioning Practice Lead at MarketingProfs. Over the years he has worked with companies such as Texas Instruments, Informix, Vanafi, and EMI Music Distribution to help them position their products defensively in a competitive environment. He is also the founder of Insight4Peace and the former director of Mindful USC.