10. All about Meditation (and how it will change your life): how it started, how to use it, what to avoid when starting
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Do you know why meditation is such a hot topic these days? Plain and simple, it's because it works! Meditation has been practiced since 5,000 BC and didn't become a thing in the US until the 1950's. Now we can't get enough. Listen in to learn all the proven health benefits of meditation, how to practice it and some common pitfalls to be aware of. If you commit to practicing meditation, even by starting with just one minute a day, it will change your life. I'll explain how to start and what to watch out for in the beginning.
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Dr. Vanessa Calderón, MD, MPP is a Harvard grad, physician, professional coach, mother of 2, and Latina leader with over two decades of leadership experience. She's a first generation Latina with immigrant roots, who's happily married and has created career and financial success. She's dedicated to uplifting the Latinx community through professional coaching.
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Prescription for Latinx Success is dedicated to the advancement of the Latinx community. The podcast uses the perfect combination of science, psychology and thought work to support the personal and professional development of Latinxs. Because when Latinxs succeed, they create programs, jobs and opportunities for their community. And, thriving Latinxs are examples for their communities of what's possible when they work smart, build successful careers, financial freedom, loving families and always stay connected to their heritage. Listen in and learn how you can create financial success, thriving businesses and loving families, and honor your roots.