Achieve More By Doing Less | Mindful

Don’t get addicted to busyness, or let it become a badge of honor. You can do less—and feel good about it. Christine Carter shows you how.

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Great article and graphic to achieve manage busyness to FOCUS on what really matters to the company, the team and to you.

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Ready to Retrain the Brain and Live the Possibilities?

Ready to Retrain the Brain and Live the Possibilities?

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Ready to Retrain the Brain and Live the Possibilities?

Do you ever wonder why some very smart people in organizations become toxic, less productive and defensive during organizational change or when life throws a “curve ball? “It may come down to mindset or mental attitude, which can be more important for success than IQ, expertise or position.  According to Chris Argyris (2004), there are two dominant mindsets …

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Ready to Retrain the Brain and Live the Possibilities?

emotionsDo you ever wonder why some very smart people in organizations become toxic, less productive and defensive during organizational change or when life throws a “curve ball? “It may come down to mindset or mental attitude, which can be more important for success than IQ, expertise or position.
 According to Chris Argyris (2004), there are two dominant mindsets in organizations: the productive mindset and the defensive mindset. The productive mindset seeks out and tests valid knowledge. The productive mindset creates informed choices and makes reasoning transparent.  Read the entire article.
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The Mindful Path to Happiness

We would all like to be happier in our personal and professional lives, even those of us who already love what we do, or are content with personal accomplishments. As the year comes to a close, we often become more introspective: what do we want to do more/less of next year? What worked, and what didn’t?Richard Davidson of The Center for Investigating Healthy Minds is a research pioneer on the benefits of meditation. One positive outcome of meditation that’s piqued his interest is happiness.Mirabai Bush spoke with Richard for the series Working with Mindfulness: Research and Pract

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How can you get out of your head and choose compassion towards others in 2015?

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