Claire E. Parsons is a law firm partner, mother of two daughters, published author, and passionate advocate of mindfulness meditation. At a low point in her life and career, she began a mindfulness practice. Claire shares how it transformed her life, her motherhood journey, and her legal career. Claire completed the 160-hour online meditation teacher certification program with The Mindfulness Center, to refine her understanding of the science of mindfulness and its practical applications. Claire enjoys writing and teaching about her experience with mindfulness in her practical, and often humorous voice, to help others in the legal profession take their legal minds from burdened to brilliant.Listen in for insight into how mindfulness can help you gain clarity, reduce stress, and create a little bit of mental space for self-compassion. Connect with Claire E. Parsons and find mindfulness resources: Blog: brilliantlegalmind.comAdams Law: adamsattorneys.comLinkedIn: Claire E. ParsonsInstagram: @brilliantlegalmindBook: #networkedMindfulness Resources: https://claireeparsons.com/mindfulnessresources/Claire is presenting an ethics CLE on mindfulness for lawyers at Mom Life and Law LIVE. She and her co-presenter, Jeena Cho will introduce you to mindfulness techniques and show you how these techniques will help you maintain a level of ethical excellence in your law practice. Mom Life and Law LIVE is a leadership summit for lawyer moms, taking place virtually on Friday, May 7, 2021. Register today!When powerful women gather, we make meaningful connections that help us in business and in life. Gather with lawyer moms from different industries and geographic locations to expand your network. Whether you feel like you are on top of your game or you feel disappointed in where you are in your career, we have the ability to harness our collective wisdom to improve our lives. Learn from leaders in the law and in other industries to help you build the life you want. Then, let's set our sights on changing our profession for good.Register today at: https://www.momlifeandlaw.com/live.Connect and Follow Mom Life and Law at:www.momlifeandlaw.comFacebook: @momlifeandlawInstagram: @momlifeandlawTwitter: @momlifeandlawLinkedIn: Mom Life and Law
Claire E. Parsons is a trial and local government attorney in Kentucky. She is also a mom, certified meditation teacher, and an award-winning community leader and writer. Soon after Claire started a mindfulness practice that changed her life, she also reactivated a writing habit that led her to publish well-read works, increase her LinkedIn following 10 fold, launch a blog about mindfulness, Brilliant Legal Mind, and author a chapter in a bestselling book, Networked. In this episode, Claire and I chat about how busy professionals can renew their creative spirit and what mindfulness practices may offer to writers. We also chat: -Claire’s “aha” moment as a young girl when it came to writing-How a chance encounter in a bookstore impacted her-Erasing the pattern of overthinking-Her article about mindfulness getting republished and how it led to speaking opportunities -How Brilliant Legal Mind got its name-The LI Group formed during the pandemic that turned into so much more-Claire’s best writing tips Follow Claire Twitter: @ClaireEParsons and @BrilliantLegal1 https://twitter.com/claireeparsonshttps://twitter.com/BrilliantLegal1 LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/claireeparsons Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BrilliantLegalMind Instagram @brilliantlegalmind https://www.instagram.com/brilliantlegalmind/ YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-3MoY6SrvPkV9UQN4l7_kw Insight Timer https://insighttimer.com/brilliantlegalmind
Neste terceiro e último episódio, Laura Ancona Lopez, diretora de redação de Marie Claire, recebe Vera Cook, vice-presidente de vendas da Salesforce, e Anna Chaia, uma das executivas brasileiras que mais ocupou cargos de alta liderança no Brasil. Anna foi vice-presidente de marketing da Whirlpool, diretora geral da Swarovski, CEO da L´Occitane e, mais recentemente, CEO da Samsonite para a América Latina. Hoje é conselheira do Burger King e da Vivara. O tema que elas discutem é o etarismo, ou seja, a discriminação por idade no mercado de trabalho, com foco em mulheres maduras.
Neste segundo episódio, Laura Ancona Lopez, diretora de redação de Marie Claire, recebe duas convidadas especiais para falar de um tema corriqueiro na vida das mulheres: mansplaining e manterrupting, ou, a forma como nós, mulheres, em reuniões de trabalho ou até em encontros com amigos, somos frequentemente interrompidas por homens. Seja para falar por cima, ou explicar o que queríamos dizer, ainda que a ideia seja nossa e não deles. Gal Barradas é publicitária, CEO da martech AIO, e criadora do app "Woman Interrupted", que aponta quantas vezes uma mulher é interrompida por um homem em sua fala. Yasmin Vitória é executiva da Salesforce, mulher trans e ativista do feminismo negro.
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I met Claire Spencer through Instagram, can you believe it? Within an hour of meeting her in person for the first time, I knew she was someone I would know forever. We met over our love of cold water immersion, growth through discomfort, and life transformation. This week we talk about Claire's cold water immersion practice, and the ways she is learning to balance that along with life and the changing seasons. It isn't cold here in Arizona yet, but we are working on it!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adrienne68/support
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Se Fosse Fácil Era Exatas
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The Good Place S:1 | Michael’s Gambit; Mindy St. Claire E:12 & E:13 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow
The Good Place After Show Podcast
AFTERBUZZ TV – The Good Place edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of NBC's The Good Place. In this episode, hosts Michael Clouse, Jeff Graham, Renee Ariel, and Marisa Serafini discuss episodes 12 & 13 from Season 1. RSS Feed: http://www.afterbuzztv.com/aftershows/the-good-place-afterbuzz-tv-aftershow/feed/ ABOUT THE GOOD PLACE: When a tractor-trailer carrying erectile dysfunction products strikes and kills Eleanor Shellstrop, she's surprised to find herself in the "good" area of the afterlife. She quickly realizes she has been mistaken for someone else when her wise, newfound mentor tells her she earned her place by helping get innocent people off death row. She decides that she wants to shed her old foul-mouthed and hard-drinking ways and find a way to embrace the good person within -- at least when she isn't considering finding a way to return to her mundane existence back on Earth. Follow us on http://www.Twitter.com/AfterBu --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app