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Without Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness Doesn’t Work

Without Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness Doesn’t Work | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

We believe that by focusing on mindfulness-as-corporate-fad, leaders run the risk of missing other opportunities to develop their critical emotional skills. Instead, executives would be better served by deliberately assessing and improving their full range of emotional intelligence capabilities. Some of that work may well involve mindfulness training and practice, but it can also include formal EQ assessment and coaching. Other tools and approaches include role-playing, modeling other leaders you admire, and rehearsing in your mind how you might handle emotional situations differently. By understanding that the mechanism behind mindfulness is the improvement of broader emotional intelligence competencies, leaders can more intentionally work on all of the areas that will have the strongest impact on their leadership.

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How to communicate like a Buddhist — mindfully and without judgment

How to communicate like a Buddhist — mindfully and without judgment | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Learning the art of mindful communication can improve your relationships and state of mind.
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Neuroscience Of Meditation: How To Make Your Mind Awesome

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Everybody says meditation is great but how do you do it right? Let's look at the neuroscience of meditation and how it can make you much happier.
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How to Get Past Negativity Bias in Order to Hardwire Positive Experiences

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Educators can help students take even the smallest positive experiences and hardwire them into the brain, creating resiliency against future challenges.
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How To Stop Worrying

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The ancient Buddhist idea of mindfulness holds the answer for how to stop worrying. And modern science agrees. Here's how to get started.
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Here’s how to stop worrying and start being mindful:

You are not your thoughts. Sometimes they’re downright ridiculous. Just because you think it, doesn’t make it true.Observe, don’t judge. Acknowledge the thoughts, but let them float by. Don’t wrestle with them.Don’t distract, immerse. Do not check your email for the 400th time. Take in the world around you. Turn to your senses. That’s real. Your thoughts and the stories you tell yourself about the world aren’t.Note or label intrusive thoughts. Yeah, the thoughts fight back. Acknowledge them. Give the intrusive ones a funny name.Return to the senses. Really pay attention to the world around you.
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A Guide to Mindfulness at Work

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Distractions, distractions, distractions. In the 21st century office, we are surrounded by them. Smart phone ringing, email pinging, tweets calling for our atte
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tdagnely's curator insight, July 22, 2015 4:15 AM

Peut-être Mind Full AND Mindful, qui sait ?

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Self-Compassion for Freshmen

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A recent study suggests that when new college students are kind to themselves, they're less likely to suffer from homesickness.
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"According to Kristin Neff, a University of Texas psychologist and author of the 2011 book Self-Compassion, the three features of self-compassion are kindness toward oneself, a sense of common humanity with others, and mindfulness—that is, awareness and acceptance of your own feelings. Her research has found that each of these components buffer people against negative reactions to undesired events, like failure, humiliation, and rejection—all situations that are pretty common during the first year of college."

 

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6 Simple Mindfulness Practices To Reframe Your Perspective

6 Simple Mindfulness Practices To Reframe Your Perspective | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

"Get familiar with the Holstee Manifesto and join the fast track to a better understanding--and appreciation--of your work your life and the world around you"

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So how does one integrate mindful practices to enhance quality of life?

Here’s how the guys at Holstee practice mindfulness:


1. Presence.

2. Architect your life. 

3. Personal time. 

4. Ask “Why?” 

5. Know your food and appreciate meals. 

6. Understand the impact of what you buy. 

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The Real Story | Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute

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Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation founded in 2012. We are developing leaders in business, non-profits, education, health care, and government. The SIY program was developed at Google. Over one thousand Google employees have been through SIY. This started when Chade Meng-Tan connected with Daniel Goleman and Jon Kabat Zinn. He then assembled a team that included mindfulness teachers, a CEO, and scientists. The Search Inside Yourself (SIY) program was born and launched, refined and tested over four years.

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"Can work be fun, enjoyable and a place to get things done? Yes, it can. It can also be a place that creates the conditions for world peace."

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Three Keys to Mindful Leadership Coaching - Forbes

Three Keys to Mindful Leadership Coaching - Forbes | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

"Mindful coaches perfect a form of conscious and comfortable simultaneous attention to themselves, their coachee, the relationship between them, and the mental, emotional, and relational dynamics occurring in the moment. There are three aspects of mindfulness that have particular pertinence to leadership coaching:

 

1)      an empty mind

2)      non-reactivity

3)      permissive attention"

 

Read the article to gain insights on the three keys to mindful leadership coaching.


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This Is How To Kill Bad Habits With Mindfulness - Barking Up The Wrong Tree

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We all have bad habits. Scientific research shows that mindfulness may be the best way to beat them. Here's what you need t
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Well Guides: How to Meditate

Well Guides: How to Meditate | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Learning how to meditate is straightforward, and the benefits can come quickly. Here, we offer basic tips to get you started on a path towards greater equanimity, acceptance and joy.
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Neuroscience Of Mindfulness: How To Make Your Mind Happy

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Research shows mindfulness makes you happier. But nobody ever really explains how it works. Here's the neuroscience of mindfulness and how it can help you.
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The Best Mindfulness Exercise Most People Don’t Know

The Best Mindfulness Exercise Most People Don’t Know | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Do you use the mindful pause? People are reporting it helps them improve their mindfulness and bring out the best in them. See several examples here.
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The ‎Mindful pause combined with a ‪‎strength‬. A simple and powerful exercise. Try it!
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The Monk Manifesto: Seven Principles for Living with Deep Intention

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We desire to live in meaningful ways, but how do we do so in a rapidly moving modern world? A Benedictine oblate scribes seven principles to help live a compassionate, contemplative, and creative life.
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Enough Really is Enough: Accepting Yourself & Taking Responsibility for Your Expectations

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If you’re anything like me, you’re your own worst enemy, so we could all use a bit more TLC. Reclaim your self-compassion with the following three steps.

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J Ruth Kelly's curator insight, November 14, 2013 11:23 AM

There are times when you can't crawl out of the self-criticism hole. The encouragement in this article hones in particularly on important aspects of self-confidence including...

1. awareness of thoughts

2. responsibility for self-talk

3. realistic expections.

You may find it especially helpful as a reminder to stay aware of how empowered you truly are, minute by minute.

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Mindfulness and Negative Emotions | Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute

Mindfulness and Negative Emotions | Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

Anger. Fear. Stress. Guilt. Negative emotions are a part of life. We can’t avoid them, but we can choose how we respond to them. Fortunately, it turns out that how we respond to them plays a big part in determining how these emotions impact our lives.

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Regis Elo's curator insight, September 9, 2013 9:53 AM

we are our best friend......now and for the future 

CHOOSE TO care about our better ennemy that roaming from the past ... WE PERFECLTY KNOW HIM.... TREAT him good like a crying lost child asking for helping love... 

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3 Key Mindfulness Practices for Calm, Self-Compassion and Happiness - Mindfulness and Psychotherapy

3 Key Mindfulness Practices for Calm, Self-Compassion and Happiness - Mindfulness and Psychotherapy | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

Three of my favorite short mindfulness practices, all spelled out to start applying today.

 

When it comes to mindfulness, there are a number of great short practices that help us be more present to our lives. In this post I’m going to reveal three key mindfulness practices that can help us pause, break out of auto-pilot, step into emotional freedom and even open up to a source of connection that is ultimately healing to ourselves and the world. Plus, I’ll reveal a new practice that people are starting to love.


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Eliana Salber's curator insight, June 19, 2013 8:57 PM

simple y muy efectivo para hacerte dueño de tus estados

Eliane Fierro's curator insight, July 16, 2013 11:05 AM

3 Técnicas sencillas para identificar lo realmente importante.

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Where Is Your Impatience Placed?

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Where do you focus your impatience? Is it focused on your important things in life? Our life needs the right balance to keep our pace and stride focused.

 

Dividing our patience and impatience between unimportant and important life and leadership activities delivers a better view for us to absorb.

 

Routine – There are unimportant activities we need to do. In terms of life direction, they are the functional things we need to do, and we do them with a patient everyday mindset.

 

Release – These are the frustration points that unexpectedly land in our path. We need to take a more mindful approach to resolved them, breathing in and letting the impatience flow from our thoughts and actions. We cannot let them trip us up and get us off track.

 

Pace – For some of our important activities, we get riled up. We need to remember to put one foot in front of another. It is about movement, not just motion. It is about consistency of work and effort to achieve our goals and purpose. Scurrying around tires us out; consistent action delivers better results.

 

Stride – Life is a balance. We cannot become too patient in achieving our life purpose, as life may just pass us by. For the important things in our life, we need to gain and maintain our stride.

 

 


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Angie Mc's comment, January 5, 2013 11:55 PM
Patience or impatience? Grid to help make good decisions and apply them to life.