Cocktails in the Country: “Bringing Mindfulness into Play Is Enriching”

by Gaz Regan · Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 · CitC 2017, CitC Testimonials

“Reflecting back on the mindfulness seminar I have found that it is easier for me to put people at ease than for myself. I have suffered with anxiety most of my life and putting this tactic to use is a lot harder than I thought.

“Even though my anxiety has cost me, I can tell you what I’ve done before hand in order to put mindfulness into action. I have been leaving my home earlier than usual. I sit on a bench and watch people walk by. I try not to think about outside forces that fog my thoughts.

“When I’m at work I’m extremely focused. Most of the time it relaxes me. I don’t normally have difficulty with guests and If I do I let them know that whatever I’ve done to accommodate or make up for their dissatisfaction is something I don’t normally do. They quickly change their dynamic and become extremely thankful. The air gets cleared and we both win.

“I’ve also been more assertive and honest. Mindfulness is something that we all do subconsciously but bringing into play consciously is rather enriching, people notice how suave and easy going you are.”

Penelope Roussetzki, The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog, New York, NY

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