I Got Inspired at Revitalize 2015

I recently returned from a gathering of  about 150 exceptional practitioners, teachers, and influencers in mind/body health and performance. These are not just people thinking, talking, and studying mind/body health: they are on the front lines.

Featured Image by Fabio Venni // CC 2.0

There were more than a few former finance professionals, burned out on that system and now channeling their enthusiasm into building personal brands and practices. They are scaling their businesses, researching their next ventures, reflecting on successes from the past – and they want their work to align with their personal values.

They aim to co-evolve with their businesses. They continually check themselves to assess where their motivations are coming from. E.g., ‘networking’ vs. ‘connecting’. They balance the passionate fire of pursuit with the flexible openness of flow.

Revitalize is not only an opportunity to further intellectual connections in the mind/body space but a place to grow emotionally and spiritually while allowing your work to go places you didn’t expect.

Some highlights I enjoyed, on-stage and off:

I met a wonderful woman named Jennifer. We recorded a special Spire Boost just for the Revitalize community. It will make you take a deep breath. Then laugh out loud.

Revitalize 2015 Boost
Email [email protected] to get access to the limited edition ‘Revitalize 2015’ Spire Boost. 

About the Author

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Neema Moraveji, Ph.D. is co-founder of Spire. He is also currently on leave from Stanford as the founder of the Calming Technology Lab.


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