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Tue, Jul 19


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Let's Talk: Mindfulness and Resilience During Times of Loneliness w/Pandit Dasa

Pandit Dasa, known as the Urban Monk, will discuss the importance of mindfulness and resilience during social distancing.

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Let's Talk: Mindfulness and Resilience During Times of Loneliness w/Pandit Dasa
Let's Talk: Mindfulness and Resilience During Times of Loneliness w/Pandit Dasa

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Jul 19, 2022, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT

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About the event

Almost two years after the outbreak of COVID-19, the impact is still being felt worldwide.  Restrictions due to the quarantine increased feelings of loneliness and anxiety. During this Let's Talk, we'll discuss the power of Mindfulness with Pandit Dasa, author of  Closing The Apps: How to Be Mindful At Work and Home, on the power of mindfulness and resilience during social distancing. 

Why is Mindfulness important? Being mindful allows you to be more aware of how you're feeling right now. This makes it possible to shift negative thinking and feeling to cope with your situation more effectively.

Join us for our next Let's Talk: Mindfulness and Resilience During Social Distancing w/Pandit Dasa 

2 pm- 3 pm PST San Francisco, CA

5 pm- 6 pm EST New York, NY

10 pm - 11 pm GMT, London, UK

7 am - 8  am KST, Seoul, South Korea (next day) 

9 am- 10 am AEDT, Syndey, Australia (next day)

Pandit Dasa is a Mindful Leadership Expert, motivational keynote speaker, and author. He has spoken on Mindful Leadership and conducted workshops at Google, JPMorgan Chase, Citi, State Farm, Bank of America, Nationwide, Intel, Novartis, The World Bank, UBS, Royal Bank of Canada, UNICEF, Harvard, Columbia University, and many other institutions.

Pandit Dasa has also presented at the World Government Summit in Dubai, the national SHRM convention, SHRM Arkansas, Oracle HCM conference, LEAD2017, and the WorkHuman Conferences.

At these workshops, Pandit presents the research on Mindfulness and explains the importance of leading by example, appreciation, communicating mindfully, and managing one’s emotions.

Pandit also engages the audiences in various breathing and focusing exercises that individuals implement at work and home. Pandit helps individuals develop positive leadership qualities through these workshops, lower stress and anxiety, increase focus and productivity, and boost emotional intelligence. Pandit has spoken at a TEDx conference and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, PBS, NPR, The New York Times, Psychology Today, and writes for The Huffington Post.

In his book, Urban Monk, Pandit writes about the turning point in his life after his family lost their multimillion-dollar business, which ultimately led him to live as a monk for 15 years in New York City.

Pandit Dasa uses his training and experiences to help corporate, and student audiences manage stress and develop a work-life balance.

Let's Talk is a bi-weekly conversation with leading executives, thought leaders, and changemakers. There are no presentations or talking heads, just people talking about career, family, and what matters the most to them.

You can learn more about Pandit and purchase his book here:

It doesn't have to be lonely at the top.

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