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Amy speaks for the 54 sci-entrepreneurs of this accelerator program. Panacea Stars collaborates with the most exciting life-science and biotech early-stage startups to help transform visions into thriving companies. Partners include McKinsey and Co, Innovate UK, Cancer Research UK, Baillie Gifford, and J A Kemp. Panacea Stars is run out of the University of Oxford.


Annie Fitzsimmons interviews Amy Jin and Phil Rosenthal, star of Netflix's Somebody Feed Phil and creator of Everybody Loves Raymond. AFAR is the world's leading travel media brand that inspires and guides travelers to have deeper, richer, and more meaningful experiences.


Research shows that when you are in a positive state, you are 31% more productive, can see a 37% increase in sales, and a 19% increase in accuracy. Positive states are also associated with flow state, as well as the antithesis of burnout. As we end 2020, I gave this workshop to help my community build resilience and design a new emotional home. Key takeaways include:

  • The quality of your life, leadership, and creative work is the quality of your emotions

  • Becoming aware of your current emotional home

  • Shift strategies for living in your new emotional home


This workshop raised money for Opportunity Fund, a charity that serves entrepreneurs and small businesses, particularly those owned by women, low- and moderate-income immigrants, and people of color."


Mindfulness and Meditation

Studies have shown that practicing meditation can promote healing, both physically and emotionally/psychologically for cancer patients. Hosts Victor Gonzalez and Izumi Nakano interview Mindfulness Leadership Coach, Amy Jin, to discuss the importance of mindfulness and how meditation can help lymphoma patients and their loved ones slow-down during an incredibly stressful time in their lives.


The 26 Best Podcasts Hosted by Women

"In Straighten Your Crown, hosts Andrea Minkow (advisor for second career female entrepreneurs and CEOs) and Amy Jin (coach, speaker, and ex-Google BD exec) offer invaluable advice for all women entrepreneurs. From examining female founders’ often inhibiting need to be liked, to explaining how to fundraise in a time of financial crisis, each episode tells you everything you need to know about “starting, scaling, and raising money for a business.”


What Is "Burning Out" Telling Us About Our Relationship With Work?

"During my conversation with Amy, our talk clearly shifted to looking at burning out as a consequence for something bigger. That bigger topic she was hinting at is that our identity is often dictated by the job we have. One proof is when we meet a new person, we automatically ask: “What do you do?” Who we are is not shaped by our job title. The burnouts we experience remind us of that obvious yet often forgotten realisation."


5 Questions to Help You Reformat Your Life This Decade

"Amy Jin, a life coach, speaker, and leadership coach for founders in New York City, spent the first 13 years of her life working in tech and climbing the corporate ladder. She started a retail fashion startup with her best friend. She built teams and launched products for Google internationally. She was living the “dream” but did not know how to take care of herself or ask for help. After a really bad case of burn out landed her in the hospital, she decided she wanted to take some time off to learn what her purpose in life was really about. “I was willing to work hard and dedicate my life to something, but I wanted to know what that something was, and I wanted it to be centered around serving others,” says Jin. Burn out often means that we are overextending ourselves and failing to check-in. We forget that taking care of ourselves is a beautiful necessary act of selfishness. I spoke with Jin to get a rundown on what we should be asking ourselves daily to make the most of this new decade, stay grateful, and avoid burn out..."

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5 Mindfulness Tips to Get Through COVID-19

"Chances are, you’re reading this at home, where you’ve been social distancing or quarantining for weeks. Your daily life has undergone a great change, and new information is flooding in every day. 

The “new normal” is an oxymoron, and you may feel drained just trying to keep up. Processing your daily experience, in addition to the state of the world, is a feat in and of itself.  It can be bewildering, scary, overwhelming all at the same time.   

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment without judgment. That may sound simple, but its ability to provide us with agency, perspective, and compassion can give us exactly what we need in these uncertain times..."

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