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Jannell MacAulay PhD
Military Veteran, Combat Pilot, Leader, TEDx Speaker, Philanthropist, Mindfulness/Healthy Living Advocate, Wife and Mom of two
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 22
Fun to be back in my old stomping grounds at Travis AFB speaking to the 60th Operations Group! Thank you Col Theresa Weems for the invite - it was an honor to educate your team on building a high-performance !
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Paul Liabenow Sep 22
Principals & teachers need self care as well.
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 20
Leaders are Readers Series: Do u want life in your years or years on your life? There is a difference. The sad fact is we only have life in our years until age 47. “The Blue Zones” by details those areas where people live the longest, w/life left in their years!
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 20
Can you get 1500+ Citizen Airmen to meditate together? You bet! Teaching them to slow down, take some deep breaths, engage the parasympathetic system... building a high-performance mindset to be badass! Your organization can do it too!
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USAFA (Official) Sep 19
Our very own , '98 graduate, heads to the in less than a month!
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 19
Some make life-altering decisions on little to no The skill for hi-stress occupations working long hours (first responders, military) is to work in and time throughout the day to keep your edge.
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 19
Love this! Focusing on your psychological performance gives you the edge... are you showing up for your teammates?
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USAFA (Official) Sep 18
The trailer is finally here. Now, we're not saying we make superheroes but she's not wearing a shirt! 🤣
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Nick Hague Sep 18
Happy birthday ! 71 years of men & women devoting their lives to a purpose greater than themselves. Today I’m grateful for the diversity of experiences I’ve gained from my time in the as I continue preparing for the flight of a lifetime – to .
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 17
Love this! Proud of the for their efforts to help children learn how to regulate their emotions!
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Brené Brown Sep 17
It’s vulnerable and brave to take a nuanced stance, but it’s also the heart of effective activism and true belonging. Stay brave, kind, and awkward.
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 17
For my colleagues at the Army War College - check this out!
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Amishi Jha Sep 16
Philly airport newsstand find..new special issue Nice intro article by covering recent studies by , , and our work w active duty military too!
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 17
Do something that scares you today. Be the person your world needs right now. What could you accomplish if you didn’t let fear hold you back?!?!?
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 14
Hope that helps! Let me know how it goes!
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 14
Second... try a progressive muscle relaxation. Focus all of your attention on your big toe - paying attention to all sensations. Tighten it. Relax it. Then move to your other toes, your foot, heel, calf, etc. Focus. Pay attention. If your mind gets busy, just refocus to your body
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 14
Thx - glad you enjoyed it! So with shutting off your mind before bed I have two recommendations. First, carry a little notebook with you all the time. Jot everything down you want to remember. This way your ideas/thoughts are safe and you give your mind permission to let go.
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Jannell MacAulay PhD Sep 14
For those interested in starting a mindful at work - here are some great tips! Start with yourself. Be the example. Be a mindful and influence your 3 foot circle!
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Daniel Sarachene Sep 13
Make sure that the greatest pull on your life is the pull of the future. Remember the past and review the past to make it useful to invest in the future.
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Susan Cain Sep 13
Why it’s worth mastering the art of writing thank you notes (they mean more to the recipients than you’d think):
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