Have you ever asked yourself why should I learn to meditate? 🧘♀️
Peter Raney, CEO of The X4 Group, asked me that very pointed question, "Lisa, why should I learn to meditate?" 🤨 Peter is a high-power, hard-charging executive and has the podcast for leaders Leadership Learns Podcast. He is obviously juggling a lot of priorities.
After we finished our interview, I recorded this short video, where you can hear my top 5 reasons to learn to meditate (for skeptical, busy, Type-A personalities):
1. You can be calmer
2. You can be more focused
3. You can be aware of your life while it's happening and not lost in thought
This was truly magical, and happened to me twice at a Boz Scaggs concert. He's performing again in May, and I won't miss it.
4. You can be more connected to others in meaningful ways, and
5. You bring into your awareness problems that you might be ignoring.
If you start with five minutes a day and make it a habit by blocking out the best time of the day for you, and make an appointment with yourself.
Watch for my seven-day challenge for beginning meditators, or those who are curious. That's how I started. I thought I can do five minutes. I can make a commitment to myself because what do I have to lose?
I thought why not get my followers started by creating a meditation habit, It can take up to 60 days to really cement a habit, so if you do the challenge 7 times without stopping, I bet you never will. 😉 Watch for that in your emails.
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