Every day I receive a bunch of emails from publicists, publishing houses, or teachers on every subject you could think of to suggest either themselves or their client to be a guest on SelfWork. It’s a flattering problems to have. But some are very unique, like this one from LinkedIn’s Scott Shute.
“Hi Dr. Margaret, I hope this finds you in the middle of a smile.”
That got my attention.
Scott has had a diverse career, but now leads LinkedIn’s Mindfulness and Compassion Programs, which he describes as a rare and growing field. I was very curious! His book, The Full Body Yes, was just released in May of 2021 and I enjoyed his very story-driven style, often using his own life as an example of what and what not to do. He focuses on building compassion in the workplace, and as always, we talk about what you can do about it in your own work environment. Scott would say that “it starts with you” – that you don’t have to have any programs to learn how to build your own real sense of compassion.
So I’m delighted today to introduce you to Scott Shute on this 246th episode of SelfWork, sponsored by Athletic Greens.
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The Full Body Yes on Amazon by Scott Shute
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