Listen in iTunes and Subscribe! Do you ever wonder if you have what it takes to be a conscious leader? Do you feel limited by your position in life? Join me as I chat with Jaime Rabin of the Chopra center. She shares her fascinating story, the twists and turns, and through it teaches us how important it is to give yourself space to find clarity on your life path. Jaime comes from a place of service to those under her leadership and she explains the tenants she operates with in every moment. We chat about the benefits of bringing consciousness into the everyday and finding empowerment through making choices. Jaime’s way of being is so inspiring as she practices daily rituals, makes the mundane spiritual and the messy challenges a opportunity to practice gratitude.
Jaime adheres to the tenets of servant leadership. Her management strategy involves the creation of family-work environments where team camaraderie promotes higher efficiency and better performance. Prior to her executive leadership role at the Chopra Center, Jaime served as the Campus Director at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, as well as previous roles as Dean of Students and Faculty Member.
Dr. Rabin earned both her Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) and Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) degrees from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Her doctoral capstone focused on the role of the psyche and emotions in Chinese medicine by employing a content analysis of readily available English language texts. Dr. Rabin also received a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in psychology from the University of Maryland, graduating Magna cum Laude.
Leadership, an Act of Service with Jaime Rabin
In this episode we chat about:
1:28|All about amazing Jaime
8:09|Getting clear & courage to take a new path
14:15|Tenets of conscious leadership
20:26|Being, self-love & gratitude
23:32|The middle path
28:34|Using breath & awareness to affect your day
34:24|Bringing in consciousness
38:09|Jaime’s self-care ritual
My invitation to you is give yourself this tremendous gift.