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Why the best leaders get quiet
Focus

Why the Best Leaders Get Quiet 

Rarely do we envision a silent leader. But one of the most valuable qualities in leadership is the ability to listen with respect and presence. Read More

  • Cecily Mak

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Barry Boyce on Bridging our Differences—Illustration of five people holding hands with their arms in the air and facing away from the viewer. They are wearing yellow, blue, and pink colors, and in the background is blue and pink abstract art with some plants over a white background.
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Barry Boyce on Bridging our Differences 

Founding editor Barry Boyce talks with managing editor Stephanie Domet about how and why we sort ourselves into groups. How mindful awareness can help us navigate the habits and patterns that arise in our in-groups, the refreshing value of encountering other perspectives, and the beauty of encouragement. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • August 26, 2021
Calm

6 Questions to Spark Intimacy in Your Relationships 

Next time you’re tempted to scroll through your phone instead of catching up with your partner after work, try one of these reflective queries—they just might spark a thoughtful conversation and, at the same time, bring you closer together. Read More 

  • Nate Klemp and Kaley Klemp
  • April 19, 2021
Compassion

How to Practice Listening Without Getting Defensive 

Taking the time to listen to how another person feels—without immediately and sometimes impulsively reacting—creates the space for both parties to feel heard. Try this exercise to strengthen your active listening skills. Read More 

  • Jennifer Wolkin
  • April 6, 2021

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