Welcome to the show!
I’ve got a great guest with me today and we are going to be talking about mindful communication.
I talk about communication, especially from the Psychology of the Voice perspective and the literal voice perspective but my guest today is going to add an entirely different level to what you’ve heard me talk about around using your voice to effective communication.
In this episode, Brett and I talk about the ways we don’t communicate effectively anymore,
how mindfulness plays into effective communication,
why we don’t communicate from a place of mindfulness and how we can and so much more!
Make sure you sign up for the upcoming Masterclass training Unleash Your Voice! Our next round starts on August 5th. www.captivatetheroom.com/masterclass
Brett Hill is a Mindfulness and Communications expert who created The Language of Mindfulness®, soon to be a book, training, and TEDx talk (2021). Brett is also a published technologist with two Microsoft Press books, having worked as a technical storyteller and international speaker for Microsoft and others. Microsoft named him as a “Most Valuable Professional” for 9 years. But his real passion has been studying and teaching interpersonal communication, meditation, depth psychology, and mindfulness. He graduated with a degree in interpersonal communication and moved on to study Hakomi, a mindfulness-based somatic psychology with founder Ron Kurtz. He also trained as a facilitator in Matrix Leadership group dynamics with founder Amina Knowlan and established the Quest institute meditation center in Dallas. All of this combined with his speaking and teaching experience has led him to create the Language of Mindfulness – so we can have amazing conversations, every day.
He currently teaches as a meditation instructor at Bemediation.com, hosts the Language of Mindfulness podcast, and is available for coaching, speaking, or training at LangaugeofMindfulness.com