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Tom J Deters wants you to be the best version of yourself. Join him on a journey into your mind, body, and spirit and learn how you can feel better, be healthier, and build confidence through the power of Pro You decisions. In a world full of distractions and negativity, you can learn to live better by being mindful, living simply, and making small positive forward movement everyday and being thankful you “get to.” Why choose to live a Pro You life? Because you are worth it!
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Feb 22, 2018
Hello and happy Thursday! On today's Pro You Podcast Tom shares some insight from one of his favorite dudes, Thich Nhat Hanh, a buddhist monk that Tom has consistently shared his words of wisdom. Mindful is one of two words (the other thankful) that Tom has said with conviction, helped him heal and become the version of himself he is today. Tom has a list of fifteen different things to do to be mindful in the work place from his boy TNH.
 
"Take the good. Walk a bit with it. Let it spread around in ya' and feel good. Then repeat." - tjd
 
To achieve mindfulness is to see your world they way you have chosen too, over time, by your consistent effort. Enjoy and as always thanks for listening!
 

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