Liz Lewinson’s executive career spans public relations, Wall Street technology, and non-profit management. She is Vice President of The Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism.
She is the award-winning author of “American Buddhist Rebel,” “Women, Meditation, and Power,” and “The Power of the Loving Man.” *
A long-time practitioner and teacher of meditation and mindfulness, she enjoys up-ending traditional, repressive views of the power of women and men.
In this episode: Fluidity of Women
- Liz shares how she became interested in the power of women
- What a Buddhist teacher stated about women
- How Liz defines power and it may be different than what you think
- How women are more fluid, which is powerful
- Leadership defined and characteristics
- Observing Jacinda Arden-Prime Minister of New Zealand
- When an obstacle comes onto your path you do this
- The power of meditation as a leader
- History of women being suppressed and repressed
- Why women need to continue in positions of leadership
- What is not leadership
- Having support circle of positivity
- Collaboration vs power over others
- Change in fluidity definition
- Reflecting on a past budget crisis
- What are ways women can step more into being a leader?
- What are you doing to build up your mental capacities?
- Do a systems analysis on where your fears are
- Why Liz thinks women need to be in technology vs careers involving touch
- If you are feeling disempowered do this
- Outgrowing those around you who attempt to hold you back due to doubt and fear
- You are more powerful than your fear
- Getting honest with yourself
- Make a list!
- Being an example and the various forms of leadership
- From restless to stillness
- If both men and women meditate what can change
- Her vision of Women’s power is like a tsunami
- Loving Kindness Meditation
- What does Liz’s meditation practice look like
- Anchoring your beginning and ending of the day
- Charka clearing
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