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Omega: Can you talk about the different types of qigong and how someone new to the practice might find the right one for them?

Roger:  The best way to get started is to expose yourself to as many teachers...

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Omega: How can coaching play a role in social change?

Richard: Meaningful social change is built on a foundation of connection and understanding. Deep listening and empowering questions are two...

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Omega: Why did you start to combine mindfulness practices with the tools of cognitive therapy?

Zindel: It began with the growing realization that people who are dealing with a mood disorder need to learn...

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Omega: Can we be mindful or present without knowing it, or is it something we need to practice?

Florence: At its core, mindfulness is the innate human capacity to be aware. All human beings come with this...

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Omega: When you first started teaching, you've said you were afraid to speak from your heart. How did that change for you?

Elena: That fear resulted from the fact that I wasn’t being honest about the life...

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Omega: What's the best relationship advice you've ever been given?

Arielle: I have done 130 hours of interviews with the world’s top love experts, and I’ve learned something from all of them. I couldn’t...

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Omega: How did you become an entrepreneur?

Bizzie: If I look back at my childhood, I grew up with an “it’s okay to be a boss” mentality. My dad really instilled that in me since I was very young....

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Omega: How were you impacted during your weekend at the Women & Power Retreat? What was the lasting takeaway? 

Kelly: As a leader and member of the energy industry, the theme "Doing Power Differently...

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Omega: You start writing all your books on January 8th, write a letter to your mother every day, and meditate regularly. How did these rituals begin and what do you think the value of ritual has in women's lives?

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