And in previous instalments we’ve looked at what Mindfulness really means in practice — How it can help prepare and educate our children for their future — Improve business performance — & take you from being a good leader to being a really great one!
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That’s the question, isn’t it? But what mindfulness can do isn’t just about the personal, it’s also about the professional and about society too! (more…)
As our journey Uncovering Mindfulness begins to draw to an end in this exclusive series I want to set-out the “5 steps for a mindful revolution”. (more…)
In the business and professional world, it’s common to develop individuals and teams, enhance working relationships and boost productivity and performance. Whilst on a personal level we may go to a coach if we need help with a difficult relationship, or to unlock our potential and give us a different way of looking at things. (more…)
Mindfulness can help you to feel happier because daily practice enables you to appreciate things more and in turn feel grateful. (more…)
In this blog in the series, ‘What Can Mindfulness Do For Me’ we ask, ‘Why is Mindfulness being called the new secret weapon for business?’ (more…)
In this next blog in the series, we take a look at mindfulness and leadership and ask, ‘Is mindful leadership modern leadership?’ and ‘Is it the right leadership for today’s world?’. (more…)
Today we get down to the nitty-gritty and look at some top tips & hacks for mindful living – and as you’ll see, it can be as easy as A, B, C!
It’s so important to never loose sight of the fact that you should never ever be too hard on yourself. Never, ever, ever!
Mindfulness is a goal less activity. You don’t have to search for anything and it can be OK for things to be just the way they are, with nowhere to go and nothing to do. (more…)
In Chapter five of my eBook Uncovering Mindfulness I go into the area of mindfulness and education. This blog is also based on my recent work in the field with head teachers and introducing mindfulness into their schools.
Researchers from John Hopkins University recently published their findings suggesting that mindfulness can help ease psychological stresses like anxiety and pain, and improve sleeping patterns. In Britain, a recent report declared that Mindfulness-based therapy could offer a new choice for millions of people with recurring depression. Whilst Harvard researchers determined that mindfulness rebuilds the brain’s grey matter.
Mindfulness meditation re-grooves the brain and builds a new neurological network. Do it enough and like the studies show, you can train your brain like a muscle to stay calm and present. (more…)