The Mindful Marketer: Interview with Anna Patrick (Part 1/2)

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Last month, I had the chance to connect with a remarkable young writer and public relations professional named Anna Patrick at the Soundview Author Summit. Through her blog, Meditations In Wonderland, Anna shares insights on mindfulness with more than 20,000 readers. (“Meditations In Wonderland” is also the name of her upcoming novel.)

Anna and I discussed my new book, The Mindful Marketer, and how mindfulness/meditation practices can be applied to one’s career path. She was excited about this message, and wanted to share it with her readers by interviewing me for her blog.Meditations In Wonderland Logo with Anna Patrick

Part 1 of our interview is now live. In Part 1, we discuss what mindfulness really means, and how to make time for meditation/mindfulness within your busy schedule. I share some meditation practice tips and tools as well. Don’t miss out on the new online meditation tool that I discovered for busy professionals.

Read the full interview here. Stay tuned for Part 2—”incorporating mindfulness into your workplace”–later this week.

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