How to be Present in an Unpresent World
Recorded Wednesday, September 23, 1-2:30PM PT
Register for this powerful conversation on presence and mindfulness with Cory Muscara, a former monk, leadership instructor at Stanford and Columbia University, and acclaimed author of Stop Missing Your Life: How to be Deeply Present in an Unpresent World. Learn how to reduce stress, improve your focus and optimize your mind.
Join us, and explore how to shift from living on “automatic pilot” to living with greater focus, especially during the daily challenges of COVID-19. Learn how to work with difficult, self-defeating and ruminating thoughts, and discover daily habits and rituals that elevate your well-being and transform your relationship to yourself and others.
Cory will discuss the root causes of stress and how simple mindfulness practices can empower each of us to manage our emotions and prevent burnout. He will share lessons he’s learned teaching mindfulness to high-performing teams across the world. You will leave you actionable strategies and best practices you can start implementing starting tomorrow.
What We'll Cover
As part of our live discussion, you will have an opportunity to ask Cory your top questions and receive insights on personal and professional challenges you are facing at work.
Cory Muscara is a former monk, mindfulness advisor for the Dr. Oz show, and acclaimed author of Stop Missing Your Life: How to be Deeply Present in an Unpresent World. He is a teacher on the Simple Habit and 10% Happier meditation apps, and his meditations have been heard more than 5 million times in over 50 countries.
For the past few years, he has taught mindfulness-based leadership at Columbia University and currently serves as an assistant instructor for the positive psychology graduate program at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a 200-hour hatha yoga teacher, certified NLP & Ericksonian Hypnosis practitioner, and an Integrative Health Coach through Duke Integrative Medicine.
You can learn more about Cory at corymuscara.com