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Apr 17, 2019

How do you create a day where food is not your entertainment and/or your version of “living life”? How do we detach from the “food stories” we’ve created? Jeanette Bronée explores this conversation in today’s episode.

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BIO for Jeanette Bronée.
Jeanette Bronée founded Path for Life in 2004 to bring awareness to our own power for taking charge of our health and avoid burnout, while also seeking optimal performance at work.
She helps leaders and companies rethink performance and culture to create sustainable success. She believes that our best resource is our humanity and she has given TEDx talks and speaks at conferences and corporate events about, why the competitive edge we are looking for comes from the inside out.
Daily Steps to Maintain Energy throughout the Day and Evening:
  1. Hydrate and Pee Breaks
  2. Schedule meal breaks together (create community and fuel of being part of that team)
  3. 45 minute intervals for focus time and then 5 minutes of break. Then resume. Create this culture throughout the organization.
Questions to add Mindfulness into Daily Life:
  1. Ask Ourselves, “What do I need to . . .?” to create awareness of what I need to right to make this work.
  2. Pause and pay attention. Take in what is happening around us - free of judgement. Open to possibilities. 
Links to Jeanette Bronee:
Twitter @jeanettebronee
Jeanette’s Book "Eat to feel full and nourish yourself for good."
Books Recommended by Jeanette:
Smile at Fear by Chogyam Trungpa
Turning the Mind into an Ally by Sakyong Mipha
Focusing by Eugene T Gendlin
The Mind of the Leader by Hougaard and Carter
Books by Seth Godin