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A client reached out for advice on how to find time to meditate as he had lost his rhythm in the fast-pace of his work life. "I can't slow down, I'm running around at 75 mph, and I am at a loss for how to get back into my meditation practice."  
A Day in the Life of an Executive
Imagine a work schedule that is booked out two weeks in advance, where the whole day from 8 AM - 5 PM is scheduled with 15-18, and sometimes more, meetings and events. If the scenario sounds familiar, you are not alone. Upper management spends over 50% of their day in meetings, which leaves less than half a day for client calls, strategy sessions, lunch. Well, you get the picture. 
In coaching my client, I suggested he use the time in between meetings and appointments to reconnect with the breath.These transitional moments, whether you take one or two, help you to refocus your attention with a deep inhale and a slow exhale. This alone can calm the mind and make room to ground yourself and reset the day.
Go on give it a try; I'll time you.

Yours on the journey,




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"It has never been harder to tap into our inner wisdom, because in order to do so, we have to disconnect from all our omnipresent devices—our gadgets, our screens, our social media—and reconnect with ourselves."
—Arianna Huffington

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