To help ensure the organizational ship stays righted, read on to learn how company leaders and staff can use mindfulness to create a workplace that employees want and customers appreciate.
As it turns out ancient Greek physician and “Father of Western Medicine,” Hippocrates may have been right when he said, “Walking is man’s [and woman's] best medicine.” While it may seem unlikely that an everyday activity could be so impactful, taking a stroll around the block or through your neighborhood park can do wonders for both your brain and body.
For many of us, the difficulty of sticking to our resolve outweighs the drive to reach our goal. In fact, 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February. Fortunately, integrating mindfulness techniques to bolster your sticktoitiveness can help you accomplish your goals and create lasting habits.
For some of us, failure leaves a lasting impression on our psyche. However, by incorporating mindfulness strategies into your routine, you’ll be better equipped to control your self-doubt, and quite possibly position yourself for higher rates of success.
The United States has the highest incarceration rate of any country in the world. But, how can we be sure that serving time helps ex-offenders contribute to society and not propagate revolving door syndrome? Numerous studies have pointed to the positive impacts of mindfulness programs within the penitentiary.
Incorporating mindfulness into your family’s life can provide long-term benefits such as improved focus, reduced stress, and better grades. While it may sound challenging, we’ve provided some easy solutions for building a more present-minded environment at home, school, after-school clubs, and sports practice.
The OECD Better Life Index also reports that the United States ranks in the bottom 20% when it comes to having a healthy work-life balance. That’s why we recommend practicing mindfulness. Mindfulness can be practiced by anyone, just about anywhere. You just need to know how.
In order to use mindfulness as an anxiety reduction technique, it’s helpful to understand what anxiety is and isn’t. Moreover, f we separate ourselves from our thoughts and reactivity, we can respond to the present more appropriately and purposefully. In this article, we’ll provide a few different exercises to help you find a mindfulness strategy that works for your situation.