There is really no formula for heartbreak (although that would be wonderful) but with time and some of these techniques, it gets easier. You’re resilient and have the ability to overcome any situation.
Posts Tagged: mindfulness
Mindfulness is more than just a buzzword. Learn how you can use it to your advantage.
Uncomfortable with discomfort? This post will lay out several ways to feel instant relief in a heated moment, both personally and professionally.
Mindfulness is a technique used to move our thoughts away from our day-to-day worries and preoccupations and toward an appreciation of the present moment and a larger perspective on life. How you feel at work, and in life in general, will greatly improve.
Think you can’t learn to be emotionally intelligent? You can, and there’s one thing you can practice to help: Mindfulness.
In a busy work environment, it’s easy to get sucked into a culture of stress and intensity. But ignoring your personal wellbeing can be dangerous. One way to improve your mental health and improve your effectiveness as a leader is to employ mindfulness.
Work throws us in a million directions and tests our ability to balance thought and action. But what if there was a way to channel your thoughts to become a better worker?
I know what you’re thinking. I need to find my breath? Set an intention? Give me a break. I’m at work. I’ve spent most of my professional career waking up each day visualizing a pie: You can’t eat the whole thing at once, you’ve got to take it one slice at a time. Sometimes I’ll… Read more »
The goal of mindfulness is to be aware, moment by moment, of your body, your thoughts, your surroundings, and your motivations. While the practice of mindfulness originated in Buddhist meditations, secular use is very common. People practice mindfulness in different ways for various reasons, and many of the benefits are helpful in a work setting,… Read more »
I found this interview from a Mindfulness Group in Linkedinhttp://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindfulness/2012/11/working-with-mindfulness-an-interview-with-mirabai-bush/?goback=%2Egde_2042793_member_181354768I am noticing an increase in mindful awareness groups, discussions, and blogs in the social media outlets. Is anyone seeing mindfulness practices in the workplace? Do you think it would be beneficial if you did?