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Out to Lunch

  |   Enlightened Diet, Routines, Work   |   No comment

↓ Having a mindful lunch is not the same as eating lunch.     A number of religious traditions promote the practice of pausing and reciting prayers at certain times of the day—typically morning, noon, and evening. I grew up in such a tradition, and I remember hearing the...

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How To Shake Up Your Career — And Start Your Own Company

  |   Career, Career Advice, Motivation, Sartup, Work   |   No comment

Alchemista’s Christine Marcus on the lessons she’s learned ↓ Christine Marcus is the CEO and founder of food service company Alchemista. ♠ ↓ Christine Marcus didn’t take a straight shot to entrepreneurship. She grew up in a Coptic Orthodox Egyptian community in Texas, married young and followed a conservative career path...

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How to Make Your Workday More Mindful

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We can find more balance at work by noticing distractions in all their different forms, says Joe Burton. Open offices, long meetings, and continuous partial attention across multiple devices can turn the workplace into a site of stress and burnout. Joe Burton, founder of Whil and author of Creating Mindful Leaders: How to...

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Are You Addicted to Doing?

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When work life is overwhelming, we can get stuck in a loop of "busyness"—keeping the mind occupied with tasks to avoid work, which increases our stress levels. Explore these mindfulness tips to slow down so you can get more done. Perhaps you’re familiar with this experience:...

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Three Simple Soft Skills to Make a Habit of at Work

  |   Personal Development, Refining Character, Relationship, Work, Workplace   |   No comment

Honing the skills that help you get along with others might be the best career move you can make. ↓ By Jae Ellard | February 10, 2018 ↓ ↓ Think of the people you most admire. What qualities do they have? It’s likely that character traits like being empathic, trustworthy, and a good listener,...

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