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Naz Beheshti

New World Library

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312 pages
6 x 9

Become the CEO of Your Well-Being

  • A leading-edge guide to how well-being drives success across all aspects of life
  • An outgrowth of the author’s mentoring by Steve Jobs and direct learning from the Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Andrew Weil, Michael Pollan, Iyanla Vanzant, Marion Nestle, and other luminaries
  • Beheshti has presented these techniques in workshops at Nike, JPMorgan Chase, Omega Institute, UCSF, Columbia
    University, and Stanford University
  • The author is a regular Forbes contributor and has published more than 100 articles on mindful leadership and corporate wellnessNaz Beheshti grew up in the belly of the Silicon Valley beast, and her first job was at Apple, where she was Steve Jobs’s executive assis- tant. Stints at other Fortune 500 companies followed. During these years, Beheshti absorbed lessons about persevering in the pursuit of dreams, innovating, and accumulating her greatest wealth. But she also learned that professional success can’t be sustained long-term without a holistic approach, one that integrates heart and head, career, relationships, and self-care. Beheshti now mentors others with enterprise-tested strategies that incorporate Jobs’s “Never settle for less, no matter what obstacles you face” with the principle that “We can both be well and do well.” The thought processes and practical actions she shares prompt authentic self-discovery, better choices, and purposeful growth. Based on the refreshing realization that success is not one-size-fits-all, Beheshti’s method facilitates the fulfillment of each reader’s unique business, personal, social, and creative potential.

Naz Beheshti

NAZ BEHESHTI is an executive wellness coach, speaker, and CEO and founder of Prananaz. Her company provides corporate wellness solutions that improve employee engagement and well- being, company culture, and business outcomes. The cofounder of Rise2Shine, a nonprofit helping to alleviate the suffering of young children in Haiti, Beheshti lives in New York City.
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