How To Become A Spiritually Sassy Leader
- Realize that your past does not define who you are and how to use the power of forgiveness!
- Take a habits inventory to eliminate what keeps you stuck and cultivate what supports your growth
- Release fixed identities for yourself and others to stop practicing who you don't want to become
- Engage with your pain and suffering through the lens of compassion to weed out victim mindset
- Master the garden of your mind to recognize that every feeling, thought, word and action plant seeds
- Align with the values of your heart and learn to take skillful action
- Understand the mindset of a leader and how to become the creative director of your life by empowering others!
About Sah D'Simone
Sah D'Simone is a meditation teacher, bestselling author, transformational speaker and coach. Born in Brazil, Sah came to the U.S. at the age of 16, working for over a decade in the fashion industry, becoming the co-founder and creative director of 'Bullett Magazine'. Despite his immense success, the high stakes culture of the fashion industry led Sah down a path of addiction and depression, eventually opening the doorway to a different way of life. In 2012, he walked away from his career in fashion and began an intensive search for health and well-being, traveling to Nepal, India, Thailand, Indonesia and Europe to study with some of the most prolific masters of our time. After immersing himself in practice for several years, Sah returned to the states, dedicating his life to helping others to live in alignment and achieve their highest potential. Sah has masterfully synthesized the ancient techniques of meditation, contemplative psychotherapy, breath work, and plant-based nutrition for a modern and accessible approach to well-being. Sah has worked with clients like Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Google, MoMa, American Express, the United Nations, New Balance, Bloomingdales, and Havas. Sah also shares his mission with underserved communities, advocating for mental health and well-being in the LGBTIQ and POC communities.