Joined on the show today by Halley Bock, the founder of Life, Incorporated, and organization that fosters mindful connection in all areas of life as the means to experience a wholehearted, fulfilling, and joyful life. She is also the author Life Incorporated: A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living.
Discussion guide from my conversation with Halley Bock:
1. Key insights learned from coaching executives. And what exactly is wholehearted living?
2. The reasons behind why living in a hyper-connected world have resulted in a move disconnected self than ever before.
3. Cultivating long-lasting, deep contentment vs. short-lived bursts of momentary gratification.
4. “Live life from the inside out.” An important way to experience happiness and fulfillment is to first create it within ourselves.
5. Ways to rediscover our own self-worth, and tools to understand what makes us tick.
Find Halley Bock’s book here:
About Halley Bock:
Halley is the founder and CEO of Life, Incorporated–an organization that fosters mindful connection in all areas of life as the means to experience a wholehearted, fulfilling, and joyful life. Previously, Bock spent over a decade as a shareholder and CEO of a successful training and development company, where she both worked on and studied human dynamics and relationships and their impact on business and individual success. The focus of her company was on developing the art and skill of conversation as the vehicle for creating connection with teams, employees, leaders, and individuals, as well as transforming individual and collective results.
Based out of Seattle, Washington, Bock now spends her time writing, teaching, and leading her organization while also coaching executives. As a prominent thought leader, Bock has spoken to leaders and audiences across the globe on the topics of relationships, connection, culture, management, and fulfillment. She has also been relied on by substantial media outlets for her expertise. In addition, Bock serves on the boards of several nonprofits and can often be found exploring the trails with her wife and two children.
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