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Balancing Tech with Humanity with Sandy Abrams

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In this episode, we talk about the importance of small moments of pause.



Sandy-btm-headshotSANDY ABRAMS

Sandy Abrams is a longtime entrepreneur and 2x author now focused on Workplace Wellness sharing 30+ years of experience utilizing the power of breath & mindfulness in business and life. Her new book, Breathe to Succeed (2019) is endorsed by Arianna Huffington, Mark Bertolini, former CEO of Aetna/now Chairman at CVS Health, execs at Google, SAP, Sage software and the US Air Force. Sandy has shared BREATHWORK experiences with several Google offices, WW (formerly Weight Watchers) HQ with CEO Mindy Grossman, McKinsey & Co., Facebook HQ, Canyon Ranch resorts, Pepsi, YPO, Women Presidents Org., and 2022 TEDx speaker. Sandy's business sensibility about "breath as meditation at the speed of life" resonates with the fast pace of modern life. She’s on a mission to empower people to create their optimal energy for both wellness & deep, mindful breath at a time.

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Meet the Hosts




Anne is the Chief of DNA & Culture at TimeXtender and one of the co-founders. She searches the world to find new and innovative ways to help people thrive and grow. Her passions include personal development, corporate mindfulness, and helping employees strive for a higher purpose.  

Anne holds degrees in business management, languages, and HR and certifications as a business and life coach and mindfulness practitioner. She is also a member of the Forbes Human Resources Council where she shares her thoughts and unique insights about how to bring organizations to a higher level of consciousness. Anne loves her 2 boys, having fun with family and friends, and practicing mindfulness.

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Victoria is People Administrator at TimeXtender and has a passion for helping people succeed. She has been working in the people growing business for almost 20 years in a variety of fields including hospitality, health care, and technology. She also has a culinary arts degree and loves to bake (the consensus is she's really good at it).

Victoria has a knack for adding humor to most of her daily activities and conversations with her team. However, she does not grow plants - she has tried that but it has not worked out well for the plants. Victoria has too many pets (anybody want a cat?), rides a Harley, and has an undisclosed number of tattoos. Her nickname is "Viking" and the Harley’s name is June Bug.

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