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Mindfulness matters: Reimagine your approach to busy season (Part 3) | Small firm philosophy

2 years ago · 15 min listen

Your internal wellness can affect the people around you, as well as how you feel about them. In this meditation, called a “loving kindness” meditation, you’ll get better centered and able to show up for your day with the energy you want.

“When we can come from a heart-centered place, it actually allows our bodies and minds to settle.”

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.

Caring for yourself is an important step to being at peace. But it’s also an important step in caring for others. By centering yourself and coming from a heart-centered place, you change your energy, making yourself more open to those around you and settling your body and mind.

In this guided meditation, Amy helps you:

  • Show up for your day the way you want to

  • Feel more at peace

  • Have the energy you need

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