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Mindfulness matters: Reimagine your approach to busy season (Part 1) | Small firm philosophy

2 years ago · 17 min listen

Understand mindfulness and what it means in the context of a busy time at work. Reducing your stress, increasing your awareness without judgement and your presence in the moment are the goals of this guided meditation. The result? You can enjoy a productive day while also being aware of and mastering your emotions.

“When we get really busy and stressed out, there is nothing more important than understanding how we get back to this theme of mindfulness.”

Amy Vetter, CPA, CITP, CGMA, MBA, is the CEO of The B3 Method® Institute and Drishtiq Yoga, a top inspirational keynote speaker, corporate board member, author, and host of the podcast: Breaking Beliefs.

As a CPA and Yogi -- who specializes in Technology Innovation – Amy is a motivational and inspiring speaker. She provides a refreshingly new perspective that inspires and guides professionals on how to transform their careers and lives.

Tax busy season is an exciting, but challenging time. Getting focused and being present in the moment can help manage stress levels.

But how do you gain awareness of how you feel without judging yourself or your emotions? Amy stresses acknowledging your feelings, accepting things as they are, and talking the time to be fully present in every task and with every person.

In this guided meditation, Amy helps you:

  • Observe without judgement

  • Get to your intuitive mind to learn what you’re experiencing and feeling

  • Note and label your emotions, then let them go

  • Shift your energy away from dealing with your emotions and toward better
    productivity



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