In our celebrity-driven culture, it’s easy to fall into the trap of focusing solely on our outward appearance and the image we want to project. It’s especially tough when you grow up in the fashion world as Suze Yalof Schwartz did. Through her hard work, she became known as The Fairy Godmother of Makeovers and a lynchpin of outward transformation at Elle, Marie Claire, and Vogue and many shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show. But now, she’s focusing on a more legacy-driven mission that centers around transforming people on the inside first all through a minimum of ten minutes a day.
On Episode 191 of the Are You Being Real Podcast, I sit down with Suze Yalof Schwartz, founder of Unplug Meditation and author of Unplug: A Simple Guide to Meditation for Busy Skeptics and Modern Soul Seekers. She talks about why she went from a ‘dream job’ in the fashion industry to her new meditation venture with Unplug, how meditation can truly be accessible for anyone, and some really great tips for stress, self-consciousness, and making every day a unique experience. Join me on her 30 Day Challenge to inner peace and transformation through meditation and download the Unplug App today!
-How Suze became 'The Fairy Godmother of Makeovers'
-How she would facilitate the outward transformation for her subject during a makeover.
-Why she left a 'dream job' in NYC to move to LA.
-What led to the founding of Unplug Meditation.
-Current shifts in society regarding meditation.
-How having a meditation practice affects Mark and Suze.
-How writing for personal blogs stokes Suze's creativity.
-How to get a radical inner-makeover through the 30 Day Challenge using the Unplug App.
Other resources mentioned:
•The Unplug 30-Day Challenge
•Unplug by Suze Yalof Schwartz
•Getting Over John Doe by Suze Yalof Schwartz
•Inner Gym by Light Watkins
•Light Watkins - Episode #35: Shine Your Inner-Light Through Intuition & Meditation.
•Light Watkins - Episode #156: The Art of Living on PURPOSE
•What's Your Catnip by Mary Griffin
"You can't 'photoshop' personality, energy, or authenticity."SHARE
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"Stress is optional."SHARE
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"People are not looking at you. They are too busy worrying about themselves to care about you."SHARE
"We used to go to the internet to escape boredom. Now we go to boredom to escape the internet."SHARE