Fox 2 News anchor Alan Longstreet, invited MeditationWorks to the set Wednesday morning (6/29), eager to check out the world’s first mobile meditation unit.
This astute reporter sought more than just our claims of how our ten-minute mindfulness meditation sessions are creating calmer, more focused employees and improving the culture of companies throughout Metro Detroit. So he rounded up a couple stress-out interns, Blake and Jackie, to give our mindfulness program a test drive.
After Blake and Jackie’s session, we were on the live broadcast. Alan interviewed our founder Jake Leider, admitting to Jake that he was personally a skeptic and was in the “meditation is hokey” camp.
He turned to Blake and asked, “So how did it go? Tell us how you feel.”
Earlier that morning Blake was “on edge”, having already tackled a stressful commute and two pressure-packed hours of work, but after his quick 10 minute mobile session he unquestionably felt calmer and certainly more at ease. “It definitely works!” he concluded. As for Jackie, her initial reservations of sitting through ten minutes of meditation simply faded away as she relaxed and focused. “It flew by,” she said.
Just think of the positive effects the MeditationWorks mindfulness training program could have on your work environment. A staff with sharper focus, reduced stress, and improved productivity. While also providing a environment where people are a little nicer to each other.
Call Jake at 248-798-3366 for a test drive and get aboard the MeditationWorks Express!
Until we meet again…