We pour a lot of our energy into work, yet the workplace can be a source of great stress as well as satisfaction. Even a moment of mindfulness and awareness can make work a better experience.
Janice Marturano talks about her new book Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership.
Nicole Skibola on a key point for making social and organizational change stick.
The Attention Zones Model identifies four different modes of focus in which the mind functions. Elisha Goldstein shows us how we can use this model to improve our attention and use our time more productively.
Harvard psychology professor and mindfulness researcher Ellen Langer on how we perform better when we turn off auto-pilot.
Daniel Goleman looks at why we need to carve out uninterrupted time if we want to be more satisfied with our work.
Now on newsstands:The April 2015 issue of Mindful magazine. Check out the online extras on Mindful.org.
Here's a selection:
The creator of Nonviolent Communication died earlier this month.
Ed Halliwell: Let It Go!
Barry Boyce: Wild—Mindful film of the year.
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This simple act has the
power to change everything.
Shopping? Admire an item for a while. Let your desire increase. Can you let those feelings go without longing to possess it?
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Don't fall into the self-esteem trap. There's no need to feel extra-special or over the top. Connect with who you are in any given moment.
Overwhelmed? Find a "happy place": In your home, a park bench, library—somewhere you can retreat to when you need to get away.
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