About the Guest:
Swami Brahmananda Saraswati trained as monk in the Himalayas for 20 years before he came to the USA to study physiology & health. He then went on to medical school and is currently a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University, studying business with a focus on entrepreneurship, healthcare management and organizational leadership.
Drawing upon his diverse background and his unique set of experiences, Swami designed Deep Mindfulness Training for high performance and work life harmony. Swami takes a very hands-on, no-fluff, engaging and fun approach to help individuals develop high-performing cognitive abilities, emotional and social intelligence, deep motivation and resilience.
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