The “old-school” vision of corporate America often conjures up images of serious, stuffy boardrooms with people dressed in their formal best. Much of their attention is focused on maximizing profit and enhancing shareholder value. This vision of corporate America, however, is rapidly changing. Now, corporate America is a place where seemingly “non-businesslike” things, like spiritual mindfulness, can make their home.
To further explore spiritual mindfulness in the dog-eat-dog world of corporate America, we want to share our conversation with Julian Sado. Julian is the founder of Pivot2Change LLC. With his work at Pivot2Change, Julian provides depth and understanding to the new powerful employee and consumer mindset. He does this through a long list of skills and strategies, including consulting, coaching, Neuro-linguistic programming, neuroscience, emotional intelligence, and behavioral coaching. Julian is an extremely talented individual who has a wealth of insights on spiritual mindfulness and its role in our daily professional lives.
In his conversation with Dubb founder Ruben Dua, Julian discusses things like his path to creating Pivot2Change, some of Julian’s spiritual awakenings, why there is no separation between your work life and spiritual life, how we can connect with our subconscious minds, how we can define and overcome stress, and tips on leadership communication. It’s a fantastic conversation that we know you’ll enjoy.
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