Featured Mobius Practitioners: Martin Boroson

“Any problem can be considered just a symptom of a mindset that has outlived its usefulness.”

Martin Boroson brings together a background in strategic thinking, depth psychology, and contemplative practice to help senior leaders discover profound insights and make major change.

After studying philosophy at Yale and earning an MBA from the Yale School of Management, Marty began serious study of alternative forms of decision-making. He formed an arts research company, the Temenos Project, to develop innovative models of artistic collaboration. He trained in the facilitation of breakthrough experience with Dr. Stanislav Grof, the co-founder of transpersonal psychology. He worked as a psychotherapist, supporting people recovering from severe trauma, and has helped thousands of people to access extraordinary states of consciousness for deep, personal transformation.

Marty serves as one of the core transformational faculty members for Mobius Executive Leadership and has led global programs for senior executives extensively for the last decade. He is also a member of Mobius’ global executive coaching practice often thereby guiding individual development journeys after the in-person sessions to ensure embedding and sustained learning.

Marty is best known for developing a radical approach to meditation training that helps people start meditating now. His book, One-Moment Meditation: Stillness for People on the Go, is available in 12 languages, and his animated film, How to Meditate in a Moment, has been viewed by almost two million people.

Recommended video

How to Meditate in a Moment. Watch here.