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Bold Business Podcast

May 2, 2024

Trusting yourself in the present moment may seem simple, but it's easier said than done. The expectations surrounding how we use our time slow us down, making it difficult to tap into our creativity and innovation. 


While mindfulness in business is a popular concept, we aim to take it further by advocating for a more comprehensive approach. This involves setting yourself up for success by integrating mindfulness into your daily routine and tapping into your inner creativity. 


To do this, it's important to shift your thinking away from current thoughts about mindfulness in business. Instead, focus on how mindfulness can make your work more fulfilling and enjoyable and how your challenges are worth the effort. Doing so can unleash your full potential and achieve greater success in all aspects of your life.


In this program, you will learn questions to ask, experiments to gather information, and how to shift the lens you use to assess challenges. Trusting yourself begins with creating and protecting your environment — inside and outside yourself. As you tune in, think about your traits — focus primarily on the ones you may see as weaknesses, and figure out how these characteristics are actually your strengths. Innovation from the inside allows new and different ways of working to emerge. 


Jess Dewell facilitates a BOLD discussion about how to change our relationship with time to be more creative in business and the connection between mindfulness and creativity with Catherine Morgan, President at Point A to Point B Transitions, Claire Uncapher, Clinical Nurse and Intuitive Life Coach, and Dr. Janice Campbell, Acupuncturist and Herbalist.



If you want to identify business bottlenecks, the necessary skills, the initial actions to take, the expected milestones, and the priorities for achieving growth, try the "Growth Framework Reset" approach. This will help you to keep learning and growing while working strategically on your business.


You can get in touch with Jess Dewell on TwitterLinkedIn or Red Direction website.