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Ambition vs Mindfulness - Where is the Sweet Spot: Productivity Mastery #76 with Zane Bojāre

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In this episode, Zane Bojāre, the Head of Marketing & Comms at Startup Wise Guys, talks about finding the sweet spot between ambition and mindfulness. She shares with us some raw and honest insights on:

💡 The positive life force and dark side of ambition

💡 How can we be ambitious without being self-abusive

💡 Tips on building habits according to our needs

💡 Mindfulness as part of your journey to success

And much more practical advice.

After 10+ years in marketing communications and building her own company - a social enterprise providing senior employment and minimizing textile waste, Zane is currently helping techy startup founders become successful entrepreneurs at one of Europe’s top startup accelerators – Startup Wise Guys.

She is the main person behind a comprehensive Startup Scene report about the Baltic region and an active Co-Creator at Riga TechGirls.

Untypically for the tech sector, she holds a Master degree in Philosophy.

Tune in!

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