Patience and personal strength.
Employees perform better and are happier when their managers and leaders are more mindful.
Avoiding burnout requires a proactive approach. If you’re looking to achieve a certain goal, a certain measure of success, it’s important to strategically plan some time to relax and take care of yourself along the way.
When you find someone sitting on their couch with the television on, a laptop in their lap, and a smartphone right beside them. Vying for that person’s attention is nearly impossible.
A few tips to help you remain mindful throughout this holiday season.
No matter how you approach your day, the key to being present and mindful is making time for yourself, so you can be available to others. Take care of yourself, remove the distractions and the rest will follow.
Over and over, see where your edges are. We all have an edge, a place where it’s difficult for us, and it’s different for every person. Find those edges, and push into them daily, relishing the gnarliness of the discomfort of the edges!
Mindfulness can change everything.
What if we could turn on that vacation mind, immersed in the warm ocean … in our everyday life?
How can we become mindful, instead of mind-filled to overflowing?
Why do we hold onto beliefs that don’t serve us?
The problem isn’t other people. It’s our ideals.
Small changes towards being more mindful of your relationship with technology can improve the satisfaction and quality of your life as well as in your teens.
Recovery means learning to pay attention… and when you pay attention, it will pay you back
3 Ways that mindfulness can support your recovery from addiction, depression and anxiety, or disordered eating
Not all distractions are external. In business we have enough challenges without letting our own minds get in the way of success.