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Connect authentically, listen deeply, speak truly. What does the world need more than this? This podcast goes deep with talks and interviews that matter on how we can be more real, present, and engaged with ourselves and our world. Every episode has practical tips you can apply right away. It's not the words, but what goes on between us. Inspiration, insights, and interviews by Brett Hill, mindful communications coach, author, speaker, and certified organizational mindfulness instructor. htt ...
 
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Meet Chuck Schad. A meditation teacher for Mindful.org and coach who switched from a long career in IT to helping people look inside in order to experience directly who they are and how they interact with the world. Meditation has made a big change in Chuck's life. You'll hear how he came to a profound insight that he needed to connect deeper withi…
 
In this episode, you'll hear why I've missed a few weeks co-producing The Future is Mindful conference. But more importantly, there is an exceptionally important message in this about why the world needs more of who you truly are in it, and a bit about how to express that. Seriously, the message here is about how to make your life, and the life of …
 
There is a lot happening these days in the world of "organizational mindfulness." In this episode, you'll hear the story of how I came to be a co-founder of a virtual conference called The Future is Mindful, happening March 29th and 30th 2022. This is an incredibly important conversation on how businesses are in response to the "the great resignati…
 
Mark Leonard is one of a kind. One of the founders of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, he has an incredible knowledge of the history and evolution of mindfulness training and has a few things to say about it! He created a unique training called Mindfulness-Based Organisational Education incorporating "short mindfulness" which has been studied and fou…
 
Most people have not spent much time The Language of Mindfulness Podcast Episode 36 - The Power of Connected Conversationthinking about what they are connected to during a conversation. Are you worried about what to say next? Thinking about how you want to be acknowledged or accepted as a friend? Afraid of disappointing them? If so, then what you a…
 
"Listening has consequences." When I read that phrase in a speech delivered by the famous psychologist Carl Rogers on Interpersonal Communications, I knew I had to talk about this. There is a lot of goodness in that speech and in this episode, you'll hear a few of the gems including "can I hear the sounds and sense the shape of this other person's …
 
Billy Lahr, one of the hosts of the popular Mindful Midlife Crises podcasts, joins me in this funny and light-hearted yet serious episode where we discuss such topics as his recent midlife crises world tour involving paddleboarding, geomancy, and "pizza dough as a metaphor for living outside your comfort zone". (PS I am totally stealing that pizza …
 
Modern life creates a lot of anxiety and stress. Mindfulness helps us re-connect to the beauty that's right in front of you. Your problems don't disappear, they just get smaller because you get bigger. You become aware that it's not productive or healthy to be focused 24/7 on what happened yesterday, last year, or earlier in your life - or forward-…
 
When I first met Keith, it was like I had found a kindred spirit. He's been practicing mindfulness for a long while and came about his wisdom through the heat of adversity, the way most real wisdom is forged. Keith has put his commitment and focus into helping business professionals be better people, and thereby, better at business. And because wha…
 
This episode is my heartfelt effort to ring a particular bell. The one that rings when something is important and urgent and needs your attention. A call to action. This week, it has come into high-resolution focus for me that mindful communications has the capacity to recast your life into a much more satisfying, connected, engaged, resilient, and…
 
Just listen to the tone of her voice, pacing, and choice of language - you can literally hear her connection to presence. Kristen Manieri, host of the 60 minutes podcast, mindfulness life coach, author, and teacher - now, THAT is a teacher. Check it out. In this conversation, we talk about how she realized she was not living the life she was meant …
 
This one goes deep on mindfulness and a couple of some issues related to Eckhard Tolle's teachings. People confuse the notion of acceptance with approval. I often hear "accepting the moment is just a way to teach people to be ok with abuse" for example. This is an easy misconstruction of Tolle's (and other mystics who teach 'being'). I think the so…
 
This is a-rockin' conversation with a great guy who is wired to "on." He's a force for major change in people's lives in an area where few dare to tread. His work is with parents and teens who are not at "at risk" in that the risk is a possible future event but are in fact in danger, actively engaged in behavior impacting their well-being. That's w…
 
"Everyone’s life is an autobiography…make yours worth reading" Meet the incredibly talented Sam Thiara. In this conversation, you'll hear how he has managed to transform himself from a person who is focused on achieving success to someone who inspires others through his storytelling, guidance, and insights into human nature. That transformation occ…
 
In this episode of The Langage of Mindfulness podcast, you'll hear the story of how Mindful Life, Mindful Work Inc. (MLMW) evolved to be a successful organization helping companies to learn and adopt mindfulness. Jonathan tells how he got started on a path to mindfulness and how that grew into a practice of teaching mindfulness to individuals, then…
 
Lodro Rinzler is an unusual man. In this episode, you'll hear how he started meditating at age SIX and went on to be a co-founder of MNDFL meditation studios in New York, the author of 3 books, and a full-time, professional meditation instructor. He provides insight on obstacles people face when they start meditation, the benefits of meditation as …
 
This episode has so much! Some real gems in here including how to not be so beholden to the "tyranny of meaning", how bankrobbers get to "yes, I'm going to rob a bank today" and why it can be so hard to open to the goodness in life. Check out this episode for real and let me know what you think! Also, I get a lot requests like "how do I get started…
 
Ben Franklin had an interesting approach to dealing with politicians with whom he disagreed. He allowed them to save face before he challenged them. There's a lot of wisdom in this which leads us to the topic of how to talk with people with whom you have big, huge differences. Should you even try? How do you engage? Why are people so threatened by …
 
You'll enjoy this conversation with the unique, articulate, powerful empathy scholar, coach, and boxer, Kristin Moody who uses the science of empathy to build authentic connections across diverse people. She is inspired by the biological instinct humans have to empathize with one another and the potential empathy has to address the most pressing th…
 
Meet the ineffable Don Jones, a legend in the field of technology who is also a fantasy fiction writer. Why is he on the Language of Mindfulness? Aside from being a great guy, after decades of success in IT, he is starting a venture that helps people, anyone actually, but with a special emphasis on IT, to learn and use the skills needed to have a s…
 
Judgement is a natural thing and we need it to simply function, but when and how does it get in the way of seeing people clearly? What can we mindfully do about that? How do you practice being non-judgmental? In this episode, I talk about the difficult problem of judgment and how to practice being less judgemental, one of the pillars of mindfulness…
 
For some, a mindfulness meditation practice is not the best approach. But how can you tell? Is it normal to get uncomfortable doing such a practice, and should you keep doing it? These and many other questions are addressed in this episode, along with advice and practices you can use anytime, anywhere to learn to have more mindful moments in your l…
 
There are few skills more useful than skilled listening. In this episode, I explain a technique that has been immensely helpful in my personal and professional life. This can help you defuse conversations that are about to blow, cool down temperatures when the lid is already off, and connect authentically to people in a deeper way in your personal …
 
Meet Megan Sweet, a woman on a mission to help educators be more present in the classroom and resilient in their lives through mindfulness and self-care. Educators are overworked and stressed, especially in these trying times. Megan has stepped up to help deliver tools, training, and advocacy, to support teachers Megan has a doctoral degree in Educ…
 
In the episode, I provide a guided meditation that helps you access a very powerful resource - your own wisdom and knowledge. We all have had rich lives in many dimensions. Victories and celebrations. Losses and disappointments. A LIFETIME of learning. How much of this knowledge, from your own direct experience - do you bring into the moments of yo…
 
In this episode, I talk with the brilliant Claire Parsons of Brilliant Legal Mind (https://brilliantlegalmind.com/​). You'll hear how the stress of motherhood drove her to try meditation to help her manage. Then she explored mindfulness and the benefits were so great, she went all in. Now, she's a leader in organizing, advocating, and teaching mind…
 
In this episode you'll hear a story about how learned an important lesson: if you want people to hear you, let them know you care before you tell them what you know. This is a very powerful way to help you connect with people you may not know very well, and yet be heard when you have something to say that might be sensitive to hear. To use this tec…
 
Nick and I have a great time in this conversation, which you can also see on youtube . He explains how he moved into being a mindset coach by getting real with what he had to offer and getting over his own judgments that were holding him back. He now helps people get past their own stories to help them step into expressing their authentic lives and…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from Sean Tyler Foley who has been acting in film and television since he was 6 years old and is an accomplished film and stage performer. Sean shares with us his amazing journey from child actor to a speaker coach and best-selling author. Having been on stages since childhood, he was comfortable in the lights. The noti…
 
Make no mistake, this basic practice can change your life. Lots of people ask me "how do I get started with Mindfulness?" so I recorded this mindfulness meditation for you to use as a blueprint to get you started. In order to apply the communication practices, I talk about at languageofmindfulness.com, you must first have a foundation in some kind …
 
I am often asked, "how do I get started with a mindfulness meditation practice?" So I recorded this podcast which goes over the FAQs and how-to, (plus a couple of what not to do!) - to help get you started. After listening to this, you'll be ready to begin a simple, yet powerful meditation practice that can help you be more present, happier, more e…
 
IN THIS EPISODE I've worked with Jeff before and he's inspiring every - single - time. He gets what's really important and will help you (and me) drive to that lane and stay in it. Jeff Leisawitz is driven to help people express their truth. Their raw, unfiltered, in-the-moment mess of an experience as a way to not only heal but inspire. And he liv…
 
Triggers. We all have them. We all know what it's like to "lose it." You get some feedback or criticism and suddenly you blurt out something you wish, in hindsight, you hadn't said. Now, not only do you have to deal with the mess you made, but the angst of losing control. What's that about anyway? In this episode, I discuss how we get triggered and…
 
Most people are not very good at "The Language of Now", which is speaking about your somatic, in-the-moment experience. Yet learning how to express your actual experience is both liberating and powerful. This gives you the opportunity to inhabit your words and imbue them with authentic meaning. In this way, people will often experience you as more …
 
“Between stimulus and response, there is space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom.” – Victor Frankl, Austrian Neurologist and Holocaust Survivor Mindfulness in conversation is a creative act, not a passive event. When you are mindful in conversation, you have the opportunity to choose a c…
 
I hear from people all the time that the technique in this podcast is the one that people say has changed their lives in a powerful way. Simple, direct, and available to everyone - the foundational practice in the Langauge of Mindfulness cuts through thoughts, questions, and concerns such as "what is mindfulness?", "Am I doing this right?", "I don'…
 
"How do we be the people we need to be to have the conversations we need to have." - Kern Beare This is an amazing story told first hand by our guest Kern Beare (pronounced 'Berry'), who, in coming to grips with Trump's election, decided he was out of touch with some new, unknown reality in America. In a dramatic leap of faith, he and his son packe…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from Dan Huston who created and teaches the college class on Mindful Communications at NHTI. Over time, the faculty noted that Dan's students stood out in their classes as more engaged, better communicators, and simply better students! They wanted to know why, so he trained the faculty as well. As the staff experienced …
 
People love to tell stories but often, embedded in these tales is a deeper meaning even the storyteller probably isn't aware of. But you can be. When you listen "behind the story", you hear not just the details of a specific situation, but also our common human struggle. If you then acknowledge that deeper meaning, you can open doors to connect dee…
 
Talking Heads, the spirit in exile, and finding your authentic voice are part of this episode where you'll hear from personal brand architect, speaker development guru, and all-around great guy TUCKER STINE - who said: "Have you ever woken up and thought to yourself that you’re living someone else’s story? At the age of 40, I had an epiphany, well …
 
Want deeper personal connections? Tired of endless small talk? In this premiere episode, hear mindfulness coach and TEDx speaker (2021) Brett Hill, talk about the importance of bringing mindfulness into our day-to-day conversations. From this mindful place, a few mindfulness-based communication skills give you a golden opportunity to deepen your co…
 
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