mindfulness

Mindfulness, Myths, and More!

I will admit that seeing the title of Mindful Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, Barry Boyce, recent email blast: 5 things people get wrong about mindfulness, an immediate thought came to mind, “Yeah, I can think of more than 5.” Noticing my immediate thought, I made the decision to take a mindful pause from my day and read [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 December 1st, 2015|Mindfulness|1 Comment

A Child’s Wisdom

Kids. We can learn a lot from kids.  Sometimes kids are our teachers.  As adults, if we listen...truly listen, talk, ask questions...we find that yes, indeed they are the ones who are wise. This pix is a summary of a conversation with my 9 y.o. son.  It happened tonight.  He's an amazing kid. No bias, [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 November 29th, 2015|Mindfulness|0 Comments

Survivor 2 Warrior: Part 2

  2 of 3 Video Series: Survivor to Warrior Dr. Deb Lindh Transform Stress into Something Valuable – Post-Stress Growth, Grow Resilience, Happiness and Peace from the Pain, Hurt, Fear, Disappointment, Frustrations, Being and Feeling Stuck, and Effects of Stress.  Series Includes Second Step; moving from "why" and asking "what" to transform our stress and [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 July 3rd, 2015|Mindfulness, Stress|0 Comments

Survivor to Warrior: Why

1 of 3 Video Series: Survivor to Warrior (including the Why Game Questions...which is located at the end of the blog) Dr. Deb Lindh Transform Stress into Something Valuable - Post-Stress Growth, Grow Resilience, Happiness and Peace from the Pain, Hurt, Fear, Disappointment, Frustrations, Being and Feeling Stuck, and Effects of Stress.  Series Includes First [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 July 1st, 2015|Mindfulness, Stress|0 Comments

The Messy Meaning of Mindfulness

Mindfulness. The word is getting attention.  The meaning of the word is getting attention.  Take Mindful Magazine’s recent response to New York Times’ “The Muddied Meaning of Mindfulness.” I read both articles.  I will admit that my first learning of the two articles came as an email from Mindful Magazine landing in my inbox; I’m [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 April 29th, 2015|Mindfulness|0 Comments

Mindful Dressing…and We’re not Talking about the Turkey

Photo courtesy of411 Top Floor When building and running a successful business helping people increase happiness, mindfulness, and reducing stress one thing has become crystal clear: People want to feel good about themselves and people want others to feel good about them. We all want to be liked.  We all want people to feel good [...]

Mindful Listening

Through mindfulness I am a better listener.  I don’t mean some kind of Zen-like hear the sounds of waves, the rumbling of my stomach pre-lunch, or what the air feels like against my ears.  I mean listening as in to pay attention to someone or something and different than before; better than before.  I’d add [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 September 17th, 2014|Change, Mindfulness|1 Comment

Mindful Change

Change.  Change is constant yet people resist change.  There are many reasons why people resist change; everything from it’s too different from what is ‘normal’ to being forced to change. Though this is true reality, so are the advantages to change.  I find that many people already know benefits of change.  Heck, I’ve feel the [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 September 16th, 2014|Change, Mindfulness|0 Comments

Corporate Policies Gone Bad

Corporate policies. Every company has them, every leadership team develops them.  Once developed, employees are spoon-fed and even become cheerleaders of their company’s policies.  Employees take pride in memorizing and knowing by heart these policies! Corporate policies offer structure, a consistent way of doing things, ease of training during the on boarding process, and can [...]

By | 2016-11-21T18:37:30+00:00 September 13th, 2014|Business|0 Comments
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