Living with Intent
From Action to Outcome
With Mallika Chopra
Mallika Chopra, the daughter of spirituality guru Deepak Chopra, has been steeped in questions of purpose, fulfillment, and enlightenment for her entire life. Yet even a Chopra struggled with the challenges of guilt and finding balance and serenity as her to-do list multiplied by the second. Her tipping point led her to authoring Living with Intent, which is a chronicle of her search to find more meaning, joy and balance in life.
In this session, Mallika will draw from her book, Living with Intent, to describe how to use the remarkable power of daily intentions to shape the journey from stress, fear, doubt and procrastination into a life of happiness and self-acceptance. She will share a series of easy-to-follow steps to begin a process of becoming more open, quieting your minds, identifying your true purpose in life, and moving effectively toward your goals.
Mallika Chopra is a mom, media entrepreneur, public speaker and published author. She is the Chief Executive Officer of Chopra Global, a modern-day health company at the intersection of science and spirituality.
In her book Living With Intent: My Somewhat Messy Journey to Purpose, Peace and Joy, Mallika shares personal stories and insights she gained while seeking balance as a mom and entrepreneur who felt she was overwhelmed by work, family and too many responsibilities.
Mallika is also the author of the Just Be Series – Just Breathe, Just Feel, and Just Be You – a trilogy of illustrated how-to books for children (and the adults in their lives).
In her newest book, Buddha and the Rose, she and illustrator Neha Rawat breathe life into this simple but poignant story of awareness, wonder, and the joy of being present and open to seeing the world in new ways.
Mallika has taught meditation to thousands of people, and enjoys speaking to audiences around the world about intention, balance and living a life of purpose.
Mallika has a BA from Brown University, an MBA from Kellogg Business School, and an MA in Psychology and Education with a mind body spirit concentration from Teachers College, Columbia University. Learn more at www.mallikachopra.com