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After graduating with a degree in interpersonal communication, Brett Hill became a technology expert and created a distinguished technical career. He has presented at technical conferences worldwide for companies like Microsoft, has written hundreds of published articles, and was awarded Microsoft's distinguished "Most Valuable Professional" award for 9 years. But alongside that career, Brett's true passion was studying, practicing, and teaching mindfulness and meditation in many forms. He studied Hakomi, mindfulness-based somatic psychology, with founder Ron Kurtz and trained as a facilitator in Matrix Leadership group dynamics with founder Amina Knowlan. He taught beginning and advance meditation at the Lotus Center in Okla City and established the Quest institute meditation center in Dallas. Currently, is a teacher at BeMeditation.com in Seattle. He credits much of his professional success in the corporate world to skills and tools he learned incredible teachers in the mindfulness world. He says, "mindfulness has helped in every aspect of my professional and personal life. I believe passionately; it's the most important skill a person can develop as it can transform not only your life but the world." Eventually, the desire to share the many benefits of mindfulness with others so we can all live richer and more powerful lives of intention and connection led to the work he does today as a mindfulness and communications coach, author, and speaker.
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Location
Seattle, Washington, United States of America
Episode Count
55
Podcast Count
24
Total Airtime
1d, 11h
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