Forbes reviews a few key moments that brought work stress and well-being into the spotlight in 2013.
Join Dan Siegel for a free webinar on his upcoming book, Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Emerging Adolescent Mind.
A new study will investigate how games can be used to encourage pro-social behavior and mindfulness in teenagers.
The 2014 Bridging the Hearts and Minds of Youth conference takes place Feb. 7-9 in San Diego.
A study from New York University on incarcerated youth suggests cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness could lower anti-social behavior and recidivism.
A new study authored by Richard Davidson from the Center for Investigating Healty Minds shows rapid alterations in gene expression within subjects associated with mindfulness meditation practice.
Daniel Goleman, bestselling author of Emotional Intelligence talks about his new book, Focus, on The Colbert Report.
The fifth annual Wisdom 2.0 conference will take place February 14th - 17th in San Francisco, featuring Jon Kabat-Zinn, Daniel Siegel, and others.
This Thanksgiving special features animated vignettes reflecting how we can learn so much about the people all around us—even about the people we already know—just by taking the time to have a conversation.
StarTribune speaks with Janice Marturano, founder of the Institute for Mindful Leadership, about her pioneering work at General Mills and looks at other companies offering meditation at work.
Now on newsstands: The October issue of Mindful magazine. Check out the online extras on Mindful.org.
Here's a selection:
Janice Marturano: 5 tips for practicing mindfulness at the office.
Elisha Goldstein: Break Your Bad Habits.
Ed Halliwell: Is Corporate Mindfulness Bad?
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This simple act has the
power to change everything.
Put space between you and your reaction. Notice the pounding heart and tightened shoulders slip away, along with the storyline you let go of.
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Eating lunch? Just eat lunch. No devices, no multitasking. Then return to what you were doing.
How's your breath? No, not the smell. The speed. The depth. Fast and fluttering, or slow and smooth? Notice it. Don't try to fix it.
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