A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living with Halley Bock

 In Anxiety, Health, Mental Health, mindfulness, Relationships

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Date: May 22, 2017

Episode Description for A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living

“Become who you are.” Friederich Nietzsche

In the hustle and bustle of today’s world, I think we have forgotten to remain connected to who we are.  In her book “Life incorporated,” Halley Bock brings us through a journey to help us pay mindful attention to where and who we are.  In this discussion, she lays out a plan to help listeners reconnect, find their passion, and pay attention to the small details.

 Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

Way too often I hear patients say they are too busy to take time for themselves.  Then they aren’t sure why they are sick.  If a plane is going down, you are instructed to put your mask on first, before assisting others.  I think books like Halley’s are important to remind us of this.  We need to sit down for a minute and pay attention, use mindfulness and listen to our bodies and ourselves.

Guest Information

Halley Bock

Halley Bock is the author of  Life Incorporated: A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living and 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, Halley 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, Halley now spends her time authoring content and connecting others to her vision and mission of Life, Incorporated. As a prominent thought leader, Halley has spoken to audiences across the globe on the topics of relationships, connection, culture, management, and fulfillment.

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