Reasons To Be Mindful
David Pyatt | Calming Busy-ness and Reactivity

David Pyatt | Calming Busy-ness and Reactivity

August 17, 2020

Summary:

After years of procrastination, learning to meditate was like flicking a switch for David Pyatt and his family. From Day 1, David felt the benefits of being able to calm and declutter his mind and let go of reactivity through being grounded, aware and present.

In this episode, David reflects on how meditation went from being an item on his to-do list to being a practical tool he relies upon and uses daily, improving his mental and physical health, his ability to stay calm, clear and focused especially when life gets challenging and to see the bigger-picture and prioritise what’s important.

 

You don’t want to miss:

  • How learning to meditate helped David’s whole family during a difficult time when his wife was ill with cancer.
  • The benefits of David’s practice including greater resilience to challenge and change, improved relationships, less stress and reactivity, greater awareness and peace of mind.
  • Circumstances don’t matter, only state of being/mind matters.
  • David’s go-to solution on tough days or to calm down in the heat of the moment.
  • David’s suggestion for people who think they can’t meditate or fear getting it wrong.

 

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Produced by Jen Hill on Kaurna land. Music by Gary Martin.

 

Ness Stonnill | Burnout to Wellbeing

Ness Stonnill | Burnout to Wellbeing

August 10, 2020

Summary:

Ness Stonnill, founder of JobPair, talks about the crucial role meditation played in her recovery from burnout, stress and ill health to wellbeing and on to helping others thrive in work and life. In this episode, Ness shares her tips for increasing mindfulness in daily life, how slowing down and staying present is the best recipe for productivity and how her body healed itself with a holistic approach to health and wellness.

 

You don’t want to miss:

  • Ness' recovery from corporate burnout, stress, illness and fatigue to wellness and thriving.
  • How to reduce overthinking and worry, learn to calm our mind and body and be more present, clear and productive.
  • Practical ways to increase mindfulness in everyday life, even when you’re busy.
  • Tips for dealing with resistance and practical mindfulness for new mums.
  • The mental, physical and productivity benefits of slowing down, especially for people who are 'always on'.

 

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Produced by Jen Hill on Kaurna land. Music by Gary Martin.

 

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