In this interview Henk Werner speaks with Elizabeth Mulhane on how practicing mindfulness enhances quality of life.
Henk is currently living in China with his wife and two children. He is the founder of Trouble Maker: A place where Makers, Tinkerers, Inventors, Product Developers, Engineer, Designers, Investors, Packaging Designers , that are into Hardware Product Development and Production, can find solutions.
TroubleMaker is the community of like-minded people that is located right smack in the middle of Huaqiangbei, the world’s largest electronics and components market!
If that sounds like something you are interested in contact Henk via http://troublemaker.site
The interview questions Elizabeth Mulhane is asking: Question 1: How has mindfulness impacted you as a person?
Question 2: How has mindfulness impacted your family relationships? (3:40)
Question 3: What ways have you been teaching mindfulness to your children? (6:55).
Question 4: Can you tell us what it is exactly you do and how mindfulness has impacted you in the workplace? (14:28).
Followed by closing comments.
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10 reasons to become a mindfulness teacher – and learn with Elizabeth Mulhane
1) Make a difference in people’s lives: As a mindfulness teacher, you’ll have the opportunity to help others learn how to manage stress, anxiety, and depression.
2) Enhance your own well-being: Mindfulness has been shown to improve mental and physical health, and as a teacher, you’ll be able to model these benefits for your students.
3) Develop new skills: Teaching mindfulness requires continuous learning, so you’ll develop new skills and knowledge as you grow in your role.
4) Connect with others: In teaching mindfulness, you’ll create meaningful connections with your students as they share their experiences with you.
5) Be part of a supportive community: There is a growing community of mindfulness teachers and practitioners worldwide, so you’ll never feel alone in your journey.
6) Help create positive social change: As mindfulness becomes more mainstream, you’ll have the chance to help shape the future of this movement by sharing your own unique perspective.
7) Earn a living doing something you love: Mindfulness teaching can be a rewarding career choice, both financially and emotionally.
8) Be your own boss: If you enjoy working independently, mindfulness teaching offers the perfect opportunity to be your own boss and set your own schedule.
9) Make a global impact: With the rise of online learning, you can reach students from all over the world and help them learn mindfulness regardless of where they live.
10) Join a growing field: Mindfulness is still a relatively new field, so there’s plenty of room for growth and development. As a mindfulness teacher, you’ll be at the forefront of this exciting movement.
Elizabeth Mulhane has created amazing accredited online mindfulness teacher training courses and is also the founder of Mindfulness For Children and Flow Form. All the teacher training courses Elizabeth offers include private teacher only communities with ongoing support. This means even after you have completed your certification and you are reaping the rewards of your new found practice and sharing them with children and/or adults you only need to reach out via our community support groups to receive answers to any questions.
Our teacher support communities also provide ongoing bonus content. This means you will also feel supported and grow within yourself as a teacher; and access additional teacher resources for not extra cost!
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