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Free Webinar From Sean Fargo, Founder of Mindfulness Exercises:

How To Teach Mindfulness With Confidence & Credibility…Without Spending Hundreds of Hours On Expensive Training Programs

THIS FREE TRAINING EVENT WILL INCLUDE:

  • How To Teach Mindfulness For The Greatest Impact On Other’s Health, Resilience and Well-Being
  • How To Enhance Your Own Experiential Understanding For A Greater Level of Awareness & Compassion
  • How To Gain Legitimacy As A Credible, Trustworthy Mindfulness Teacher In A Variety Of Professional Settings

BONUS: RECEIVE 50 FREE MINDFULNESS MEDITATION SCRIPTS

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Sean Fargo is the Founder of Mindfulness Exercises, a Certified Instructor for the mindfulness program born at Google, a Certified Integral Coach, and a former Buddhist monk of 2 years.

Sean teaches mindfulness for corporations, schools and healthcare settings around the world, including Tesla, Kaiser Permanente, PG&E, hospitals and school districts across the US.

This free training will help you talk about mindfulness and lead guided meditations with integrity, confidence, and credibility.

Sean Fargo has also certified many new mindfulness meditation teachers around the world in a wide variety of professional settings.

Sean usually charges $5,000 – $25,000 to work with clients, but this training shares many of his methods with you for free.

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Diane Neal, CEO of Sur la Table

“Sean has keen insight into helping balance intense work situations and transitions with mindfulness, to help guide with different coaching techniques and tools. Sean’s thoughtfulness in asking the right questions and thought starters to develop the right mindfulness program to fit specific needs is extremely helpful.”

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​Levi Bersola, TESLA

“Sean helped me develop a mindful leadership training program specifically tailored to our culture here at TESLA. I couldn’t be more grateful. Sean really embodies what he teaches.”

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