mindfulness

Each Moment Is Motion

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In the mid 1980’s I managed a catering – wholesale foods operation which gave me the opportunity to reinvent everything. I researched the competition from the Canadian border to NYC looking for trends and new thinking, I spent time wondering, pondering and brainstorming with abandon. Some of my mad stirring of the pot paid off,…

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Distraction Free Workplace Zones Increase Productivity

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Imaginations Filling The Workplace In the near future creating a Distraction Free Workplace by morphing our current spaces into soundproof offices that diminish much of today’s office noise is not the answer. First the cost alone of retrofitting millions of offices into a something mimicking a trailer park is not going to happen, and second…

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Are We All Too Busy?

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Too Busy For What? If we were to stop and write down a detailed list of all the things we’ve promised ourselves we’d accomplish we might find our minds rapidly spinning into a state of  frustration, and quite possibly become overwhelmed. In less than 100 years the world has moved from a time of simple…

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Meditation Is Just A Tool

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Meditation – It’s Not What You May Think Often I’ve overheard people talking about Meditation in heavy and ponderous tones, words like transcendent, zazen and enlightenment pepper the dialog and boring, aching knees and spaced-out are added for emotional emphasis, but what would you say if I told you that Meditation is just a tool…

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Boost ROI by Grabbing The Moment

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On a particularly snowy afternoon I found myself overlooking an expert trail on top of a little ski area in Vermont named Round Top (since closed). The snow had been falling most of the day which resulted in many of the skiers packing up their gear and heading home. Along with my two companions I…

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5 Benefits To Mindfulness at Work

I’m fairly sure most of us grew up hearing the old refrain “pay attention” or maybe it was another childhood favorite “mind what you’re doing.” And depending on what part of the world you grew up in I’m sure you heard a few other gems whose goal was to get you to stop fidgeting or…

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Learning Meditation Adds Depth To Dialogue

From a young age I can remember being curious about the people I saw in pictures meditating and more specifically about meditation practice itself. I’m not sure where this curiosity sprouted from, maybe it was all the incense and Latin mystery I was exposed to growing up in the Catholic church or maybe it was…

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Mindfulness Practice Deepens Dialogue + Expands Innovation

Deep in the middle of another frigid February with record snowfall, I jumped into my bright red Honda to take a 500 mile drive to a remote meditation center. The trip was my first expedition into the unknown continent of meditation and Mindfulness Practice, it wouldn’t be my last. As I drove up the snowy…

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