Author: Halley Bock

Intrepid.Media Interview: Living Life from the Inside Out

This week I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Todd Schnick of Intrepid.Media. Below is the link to listen to the show as well as Todd’s description of the show. Enjoy!   Click here to listen to the interview http://media.blubrry.com/intrepid/p/content.blubrry.com/intrepid/halley_bock.mp3 Joined on the show today by Halley Bock, the founder of Life, Incorporated, and organization that fosters mindful connection in all areas of life as the means to experience a wholehearted, fulfilling, and joyful life. She is also the author Life Incorporated: A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living. Discussion guide from my conversation with Halley Bock: 1. Key insights...

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Grab a PDF or MP3 of the Book Introduction

Grab a Sneak Peek Download the Introduction of the highly-anticipated book that is already shaking up its genre. you’re one step away Fill out the form below and immediately receive BOTH the PDF and the author-read MP3 of the Introduction!   First Name Email Address send me the excerpt What Others Are Saying Read some of the early praise Life, Incorporated has already received! “I read – and wrote all over – my copy of ‘Life Incorporated’ in two back to back sessions. The reason it was two sessions rather than one was because I had to to stop, gather myself, and reflect...

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Parents, Pry Teens Away From Those Phones

Originally posted by By Janna Farley, LifeZette | December 7, 2016 Modern innovation has given us the technology to live life better, simpler, and with less. But teenagers today are busier than ever, stressed out, over-medicated, narcissistic — and losing the ability to connect with others. Something is not working. “Today we play ‘the game of life’ and rack up self-worth through likes, profile views, follows, re-tweets, etc.,” said Halley Bock, an expert in human dynamics and author of the forthcoming book in January, “Life, Incorporated: A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living.” “We play for an audience, not for ourselves, and we become...

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Serving Up Discourse for the Holidays: How to Navigate Post-Election Family Gatherings

The table is set, the turkey is in the oven, and holiday décor nests “just so” in every nook and cranny. It’s a familiar scene but this year it’s set against the backdrop of rabid political discourse. Instead of carving the bird amongst jovial faces, we’ll likely be cutting tension amidst guarded interactions. This is the fear I hold as I ready my “blue” self to spend the holidays with my very “red” extended family. And given the amount of press inquiries I’ve received asking for my advice on how to handle this situation, it appears that I am...

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Why We Were Shocked: The Loss of Connection

On Wednesday, November 9th 2016, I woke up to the news that Donald Trump had been named President Elect. Like half the nation, I was stunned. Reeling. As a gay woman, I was terrified. In a daze, I paced circles in my living room – the questions filling my head: How could this happen? Where did this come from? How could so many of us, myself included, be caught so off guard? I had no answers at the time only a profound sense of loss. I grieved for my gender, for my brothers and sisters in the LGBT community,...

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