Everyday Mindfulness Show

In each episode, dive into fun, thought-provoking, and engaging conversations on everyday mindfulness. With host and author Holly Duckworth, join over 70 guests sharing their perspective on living with mindfulness in all aspects of life – from meditation to spirituality to personal passions to success and failure to politics to relationships and much more. Plus, listen in as special guests – including critically-acclaimed authors – are featured each month. Subscribe to Everyday Mindfulness Show.
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May 30, 2018

Discover daily strategies and approaches to adjusting your G.P.S. (Gratitude, Play, and Surprise) in all aspects of life. Speaker Scott Freidman shares wonderful insights throughout this episode to living with more gratitude, play, and surprise.

Scott Friedman:

Scott Friedman, Certified Speaking Professional, and former President of the National Speakers Association (NSA), speaks over 80 times a year on employee innovation  & engagement, customer experience and how to create a happier, healthier workplace.

In addition to being the CCO—Chief Celebration Officer—at Friedman & Associates, Scott has written “Celebrate! Lessons Learned from the World’s Most Admired Organizations,” “Happily Ever Laughter—How to Engage Any Audience,” “Using Humor For A Change,” and “A Celebration a Day! 365 Ways to a Happier, Healthier Workplace.” He is also the co-author of four additional books. 

Scott is the 2013 NSA Cavett Award Recipient, presented annually to the NSA member whose accomplishments over the years have reflected outstanding respect, service, honor, and admiration in the Association and the speaking profession. Scott was awarded the Meeting Professionals International (MPI) 2013 Recognizing Industry Success and Excellence (RISE) Award. ”This award honors those rare individuals who by visionary hard work and creative insight have positively changed the global meetings and events industry community (MPI 

Apart from speaking, Scott is very involved in philanthropic projects. Scott co-founded Together We Can Change the World (, a 501c3 foundation focussed on anti-trafficking, social business, clean water, and the health and education of less fortunate girls and women.  Currently they have over 25 projects in seven SE Asian countries. -

May 23, 2018

Sam Alper, Jason Kotecki, & Barry Moniak join host Mike Domitrz to dive Into the importance of thinking like a child - when we are adults. Discover the questions we need to be asking - that children ask regularly.

Sam Alper:
Dr. Samuel J. Alper is the founder of Process Human Factors Consulting, LLC.  He started the company based on a desire to help businesses improve their workplace, improve how they get things done, and realize that such improvement is attainable.  His approach empowers business people to identify specific actions they can take to meet their goals.  An engineer, juggler, and new father, Sam was recently honored when a business colleague referred to him as a “fellow nerd.”

Jason Kotecki:
Kim & Jason Kotecki have made it their mission in life to help people break free from Adultitis to build better lives, businesses and teams. They work with organizations and individuals to beat burnout and become more innovative by breaking rules that don’t exist. Kim & Jason homeschool their three weird kids and live in Wisconsin, where they eat way too many cheese curds.

Barry Moniak:
Barry brings insightful experience and profound discovery to his entertaining, interactive presentations. He inspires audiences to embrace a “befriend fear” mindset to build focused, energized, synergistic winning teams.

Known affectionately as the “CEO Whisperer”, Barry gets leaders to not see people as they think they are, but rather as they truly are. He identifies operational strengths and weaknesses and creates a “befriend fear” modus operandi. This is the foundation for an extraordinary, winning, synergistic culture.






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May 16, 2018

Discover how Brad's life and career has been about doing what he does best, working on that skill intensely, and being open to where that takes you. While we typically hear experts say, "You have to have a plan and follow it ferociously", Brad gives a different possibility to consider. 

You will hear host Mike Domitrz and Brad challenge each other throughout this fun and thought-provoking discussion.

A little background on Brad:

Like you, happiness expert, speaker and author Brad Montgomery believes:

  • Happiness Pays.
  • It makes business-sense to invest in the “people-side” of business.
  • Speakers should be engaging AND have a useful message.

Brad combines all of these ideas — and a ton more — into everything he does on stage.  He’s a very funny guy with some very relevant ideas about how to improve ourselves and those people around us.  And…he’s funny.  (Yeah, we said this twice.)

He’s a …

  • Business Owner
  • Author
  • Blogger
  • Idea guy

But he’s also one of the funniest business speakers out there.  His keynotes and “Expanded Keynotes” (which is a fancy way to say “Longer keynotes that include some experiential, hands-on learning experiences” … which is a fancy way to say “Audience Participation On Steroids That Helps People Remember and Learn”) use an out-of-the-box blend of humor, wisdom, audience participation, music, and even confetti in order to keep the learning on high.




Twitter: @bradmontgomery



May 9, 2018

Are we striving for the unachievable or are there ways to strike balance and live in harmony? Listen in as Lisa Baker-King, Keith Edwards, Mark Black, and Mike Domitrz dive into this enlightening conversation.


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Mark Black:

Mark Black is a Heart-Lung Transplant Recipient turned 4- Time Marathon Runner. A resilience expert, Mark helps people “Thrive in Challenging Times”. Mark has worked with more than 100,000 people and 400 organizations.

Mark doesn’t just teach resilience, he embodies it. At 23, Mark was facing an early death from heart failure. By 26, thanks to a rare heart-lung transplant, he was running marathons. He lives in Moncton, NB with his wife and three children. 

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Keith Edwards:

Over the past 15 years Keith has spoken and consulted at more than 100 colleges and universities, presented more than 100 programs at national conference, and written more than 15 articles or book chapters on men’s identity, social justice education, and leadership. His research, writing, and speaking has received national awards. Keith is also an executive and leadership coach for individuals who are looking to move forward in any aspect of their life.

Links: Website - Twitter - Facebook


Lisa Baker-King:

Founder and President of Your Ghost Marketer, a successful and in-depth Virtual Assistance company. 


May 2, 2018

Discover the power and magnitude of a promise instead of a goal. World-class entertainer, performer, and Hall of Fame Speaker, Jason Hewlett shares about journaling, the Promise, Mortality, Life’s Contribution and much more in this vulnerable conversation on life's choices.

Having delivered hundreds of presentations for front-line and leadership motivation, Jason Hewlett combines message, authenticity, humor, music, and impersonations. His talk feels like a show with a message, or a keynote speech with entertainment. Few presenters can match the level of laughs, energy and appropriate material for any audience.

Jason is the author of the Facebook post entitled, “ I Saw My Wife at Target Today”, which has been seen by more than 100 million people. A recent, and one of the youngest inductees into the Speakers Hall of Fame, his talks address goal setting and the engagement experience, from the perspective of a Promise.

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