Mindful Mornings is a monthly
speaker series for people who don't look alike, live alike, or love alike - but who are all want to change the world.
Thank you for joining this like-missioned crew.
On the first Friday of every month Mindful Mornings Chapter Founders across the country connect the people with the heart and soul to change the world, with the content and community they need to make it happen.
What to look forward to
Mindful Mornings is kicked off in the early Friday morning hours with coffee, kombucha, breakfast treats, and an invitation to connect with a community of like-missioned others, who we like to call do-gooders.
After socializing over effervescent drinks and hot coffee, a change-maker with a story and message that needs to be shared is welcomed by the Mindful Mornings Chapter Founder to take the microphone and share life-changing narratives from their work in social or environmental justice.
That compassionate community listens without expectation, explores the topic without judgement, and welcomes deeper understanding of issues facing their community.
After the speaker shares their story, Q's are asked and A's are delivered, and much applause, do-gooders reflect, mingle, and bask in the positive energy provided by a packed room of kind human beings whose hearts are searching for a better world – and their role in building it..
Meet the Founder
Becky (Lakin) Crump
Becky is a lot of things - a mom, a human resources leader, a nutritionist, a marketer, and a social startup founder – but more than the titles, Becky is laser focused on finding and building the missing parts and pieces of the puzzles that show us paths out of poverty, and paths toward environmental resilience and healing. She founded Mindful Mornings in October 2017, and The Giving Wall in December 2018.
"Being a do-gooder means being open to explore, courageous to receive, compassionate, and kind. You have to be open to hear and feel where the world wants and needs you. You have to have courage to walk confidently in that direction, regardless of naysayers, fear, and inhibitions. You have to be compassionate so your courage can be motivated and moved by more than fleeting selfish pursuits. And you must be kind.