Empower Your Mindset, Conversation with Jayne Gumpel


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Stephanie Lau is a mindfulness-based coach and personal development writer. She left a career as an arts educator in order to focus on sharing her knowledge in mindfulness, meditation, and reiki healing modalities after experiencing traumatic events. In 2018, she trained with the nonprofit Access Mindfulness to help New York City schools and underserved communities live in more self-aware, compassionate, and mindful ways. Her mission is to help consciously-minded leaders, entrepreneurs, and creatives transform and heal blockages and trauma through self-love and self-awareness practices.

Cory is the Director of Compassion at Brighton Jones where he leads the Mindfulness-based Emotional and Social Intelligence (MESI) program. He spent over 15 years in leadership roles within the wealth management industry and several years as a leadership coach.


You'll like this interview if you want to know how to process EMOTIONS better and lead with COMPASSION.


 

Today You Will Meet The Therapist And Mindfulness Leader, Jayne Gumpel.


Co-founder of AccessMindfulness.org, Jayne is a master facilitator with over 25 years of experience leading executive forums and business development groups. She is a teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), and is a wealth of knowledge and generosity. It's an honor and a privilege to be able to learn from her.


You'll like this interview if you like MINDFULNESS and want to take your mind and walking practice to the next level!


What You'll learn:


S.T.O.P. practice

The breath and body awareness

MBSR explained

Tips for walking meditations


See you there!!!


Love,

Steph


P.S. My favorite takeaway was the gift of observation.


Empower Your Mindset, Conversation with Jayne Gumpel, YouTube, 2020



 

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