Suze Yalof Schwartz
Accelerate your business by slowing down
I think many people don’t realise that the widespread benefits meditation can have for your mind will also bleed into your business. In this episode of Unstoppable, I sit down with Suze Yalof Schwartz. She is the founder and CEO of the world’s first drop in, secular meditation studio, Unplug Meditation is frequented by celebrities and boasts corporate clients such as JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, McDonald’s, NBC and Youtube. We’ll cover the ins and outs of scaling your business, the importance of hiring for culture, and digestible meditation tricks you can use to level up your focus, efficiency, and performance at work. So hurry up and slow down with me and this Unstoppable entrepreneur.
In this episode, you will learn:
- 5:56 The similarities between a makeover and meditation
- 17:23 How to build a successful business with no business knowledge
- 30:45 Biggest lessons transitioning from an employee to entrepreneur
- 39:41 Commercialising your hobby
- 50:28 Priceless advice for entrepreneurs, startup or established
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