Do you know how to breathe?

2011 Brand Camp FrontTackle an everyday uncomfortable moment with deep, slow breathing. Leading a meeting, presenting a talk or workshop, introducing yourself to a stranger – these situations trigger your fight or flight system – the tightened muscles and increased heart rate. It’s an innate part of being alive and all of these things can be vital to your growth and success. You can get more comfortable with it though – inhale for a count of 5, exhale for a count of 8, and repeat several times. Simple, free, effective. Try it.

Thanks to Steeleworker Hunter Clarke-Fields who has 20 years+ in yoga & mindfulness practices. Hunter has taught thousands worldwide with her podcast and her very helpful blog here.

Breathe baby breathe.

Chief Tipster Dayna Steele



During the three-year Alzheimer’s journey with Mom, deep breathing helped me a lot. And wine. Surviving Alzheimer’s with Friends, Facebook, and a Really Big Glass of Wine will officially be released March 1. Pre-order the book here.