Lucky Building, Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong

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Aug 07 2019


7:00 pm - 8:45 pm



Mindfulness at Work: Strategies for Effectiveness & Wellbeing

At Mindful Movement’s people series, we’ll be inviting guest speakers who have a regular meditation practice to share how this habit makes a difference in their life.

We live and work in a reality that is characterized by high pressure, information overload, distraction, and an expectation that we should always be “on”. In this reality, managing our attention as a means for improving our performance and wellbeing in our professional and personal lives are becoming increasingly crucial.

Sam, who formerly worked for Google and the United Nation, left his career in international relations and development to become an entrepreneur in what makes people happy and healthy. Motivated by a lifelong purpose to create a positive impact, he’s currently the Head of Development at Potential Project, a global leader in providing organisational effectiveness programs based on mindfulness.

“Understanding and managing attention is now the single most important determinant of business success.”

Join us for the evening as we’ll talk with Sam to learn about his:
– His mindfulness journey, especially how it fits into his work life (formerly at Google)
– Practical mindfulness techniques & strategies for work effectiveness and personal wellbeing
– How he applies meditation & mindfulness into his daily life

7 August | Wednesday 7:00 – 8:45 PM
7:00 pm: Registration
7:10 pm: Meditation
7:30 pm: Sharing by Sam
8:30 pm: Snacks & Mingling

Things to Note:
Wear comfortable clothing for seating.

Complimentary Snack:
Your ticket will include Vitacoco coconut water.

About Sam, Head of Development at Potential Project Hong Kong
Mohammed Sam Shoushi is the Head of Development at Potential Project, a global leader in providing customized, organizational effectiveness programs based on mindfulness.

Mindfulness is a skill we can all cultivate and is essential to being our best selves, whether at work or in our personal lives. Mohammed Sam started his mindfulness journey over around 10 years ago through yoga. But it wasn’t until he joined Google in 2014 that he experienced first-hand how mindfulness can be applied to our day-to-day lives, specifically at work.

Mohammed Sam is a global citizen originally from the Philippines and Jordan, but has also lived in 8 countries. Apart from his former role in Public Policy and Government Relations at Google, he has worked in various positions in international relations and development in the United Nations, World Bank, and the Jordanian Embassy in Washington DC.

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