Jordan Candlish On Morning Routines, Spiritual Resilience And The Benefits Of Meditative Practice

Written By Sean Grabowski

A passionate ambassador, educator and student of mindfulness and meditation. Advocate for unique experiences and life long learning.

September 13, 2019

Jordan Candlish is a mindfulness ambassador, life success & fulfillment coach and honestly just a really interesting guy to have a conversation with. I met Jordan at Mindset Braingym, one of Canada’s premier meditation studios where he works to teach corporations, individuals and groups the science and the practice of meditation. As the scientific benefits of meditation continue to rise to the surface more and more, the need for, and benefit of this sort of practice is sliding further into the realm of the mainstream. Although originally from Perth, Australia, Jordan has made a name for himself among the mindfulness and mediation communities of Toronto Ontario through the wide range of events, speeches, and gatherings he is a part of organizing. Originally working as a corporate accountant for global management consultancy Deloitte, Jordan has since parted ways with the rigidity of the corporate ecosystem in search of something a little more fulfilling. Of course, this is a personal choice, and each and every one of us defines it differently. In his coaching business, Jordan helps young professionals find purpose and meaning in order to bring fulfillment into their own lives. Whether this means changing careers or starting a new initiative at work, he helps them find out what that truly means to them. In this episode, Jordan and I discuss the importance of a great morning routine along with the benefits we both have experienced in doing so. We also explain some of the science behind why meditation is good for the human mind. Dive in and learn how spiritual resiliency can help you create the life of your dreams.

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