In the age of Conspicuous Consumption there was something missing—lots of things, really. Among them, a sense of control and self-sufficiency, personal responsibility, and feelings of community and authenticity.
Kathryn Britton, MAPP '06, former software engineer, is a coach working with professionals to increase well-being, energy, and meaning (Theano Coaching LLC). She teaches positive workplace concepts at the University of ...
Some things in our society can contribute to the stresses of our everyday lives and occasionally leave us stuck with some residual negativity. Traffic, deadlines and even some people that we encounter can make us sometimes feel as if living a more positive life is out of our control.Becoming more mindful of what type of information we are allowing ourselves to take in can be a key step in directing our focus toward a more uplifting existence.Here are some subtle things you can do tod
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Mindfulness is awareness of what is happening in the present moment, including awareness of thoughts, without any attachment to whatever you notice. Mindfulness is helpful because it creates space between thoughts and actions....
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