The key is that mindfulness is about being present and improving the quality of life and making the world a better place. It is not directly about corporate bottom lines, although it may indirectly help there. Thinking it is, makes a tool or instrument rather than a way of being and living.
There are some interesting points made in the article. It is more than just walking and talking. It is about getting to know people at a deeper level, what they do on the job, and what that means in their lives.
Project Management Lessons from Meditation Business 2 Community Project Management Lessons from Meditation image Project Management Lessons from Meditation Plenty of prominent technologists, from the late Steve Jobs to Salesforce.com chief Marc...
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Ivon Prefontaine's insight:
Contemplative practices enable and engage students. Empowering is something an external source grants and is not liberating. The rest is a great article with an excellent and overdue idea.
Over the years, I found that I expanded these bite size mindfulness exercises into full-blown practices in my own life. Now I sit and meditate every morning, and try to approach life in a more mindful way....
The evangelists of unplugging might just have another agenda
"why we disconnect matters: We can continue in today’s mode of treating disconnection as a way to recharge and regain productivity, or we can view it as a way to sabotage the addiction tactics of the acceleration-distraction complex that is Silicon Valley."
Mindfulness is two-edged sword. It can be the racket this article suggests and it can be process where we listen more deeply to our self. I use "and" purposely. Mindfulness is not an either/or. It is a matter of degrees and in that sense it can used more calculatingly and less meditatively. Mindfulness is about being present in the world we live and work in. That makes it something I can be and not something to do, but the two may not end up mutually exclusive.
I worked in education and it is easy to get lost in the garble of jargon. That is why mindfulness is important.
Mindfulness is a way of stopping and being present in ways which allow greater awareness to occur naturally. Things emerge instead of being forced to happen, which actually cannot happen. Mindfulness is a series of creative interstitial space. We learn there about our self, the others, and the universe.
Many times it's hard to admit, even to ourselves, our greatest desires. However you can allow your journal to be a sacred space to dream beyond your means and share your truest desires with yourself....
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