Janet’s been podcasting since 2009 when she launched the Game Changing podcast with co-hosts Allan Hoving and Jim Love.
Currently, she is host of the Mindful Social Business Podcast where she chats with business leaders who make mindfulness and emotional intelligence an important element of how they relate to themselves and others.
She also shares here insights on living our best lives with mindfulness and meditations on the Nearly Mindful Podcast.
Have a listen below!
Janet chats with business leaders who make mindfulness and emotional intelligence an important element of how they relate to themselves and others. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jfouts/support
Audio excerpt from my talk at TEDxPurdue University in February 2022. It’s time for a change from transactional work culture to a culture that recognizes the value of care and compassion. One that increases resiliency, creativity, productivity, and well-being for all. See the video and more tips on JanetFouts.com. How can I help you?
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jfouts/support
We are all a work in progress, aren’t we? Use the #MindfulMonday Mindfulness tips to start your week off right! Learn more about Nearly Mindful at http://www.nearlymindful.com
Saying “I’m sorry” can become a reflexive response to so many things, but do we really mean it? Saying I’m sorry isn’t always an acceptance of responsibility, or fault, offering to fix it, or taking the blame for something. And yet we say it. So what can we do to express regret for something someone is experiencing? Listen on.