Georgina is a global leader in change, transformation, mindfulness, conscious leadership development and the advancement of women. She is also a mountaineer athlete and activist igniting inspired action to end violence against women and to promote the safekeeping of our planet. She is the CEO & founder of She Ventures, a social enterprise unleashing the untapped power of women around the world. Georgina serves as Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) at 4xi Consulting, reshaping the future of work and customer experience. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, conscious leaders, and those called to shift mountains within themselves and the world around them. She is a highly sought after international transformation coach, public speaker, and management consultant. Explore more of her work here.

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Anxiety

Let Your Practice Guide You Beyond Crisis Mode 

While many of us lean on mindfulness to help us through times of inner and outer chaos, we can cultivate the greatest resilience through consistency in our practice, even when it doesn’t feel urgent. Read More 

  • Georgina Miranda
  • August 16, 2022
7 Ways for Leaders to Cultivate Self-Compassion
Compassion

7 Ways for Leaders to Cultivate Self-Compassion 

Compassion is the emerging paradigm of great leadership, writes Georgina Miranda—yet the most challenging part may be cultivating compassion for ourselves. Here she offers practical ways leaders can show themselves the same kindness they wish to show others. Read More 

  • Georgina Miranda
  • March 16, 2022
How Mindfulness Helps Me Thrive with Asthma—A woman in a red jacket reaches a mountain peak surrounded by other mountains.
Calm

How Mindfulness Helps Me Thrive with Asthma 

When Georgina Miranda was diagnosed with severe asthma, she realized how working with mindfulness could help her find the courage not only to summit mountains, but also to slow down and embrace taking things one breath at a time. Read More 

  • Georgina Miranda
  • November 6, 2021