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A Mindful Difference: Respond vs React - Thin Difference

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Being mindful in our responses ensures integrity in our interactions. Absence of mindfulness will raise the likelihood of emotional reactions.

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ThinDifference's curator insight, March 18, 2013 11:17 AM

There is a big difference between responding and reacting, and mindfulness can help us focus more on being more responsive in a thoughtful and centered way. The four steps outlined may help us tackle this in meetings and in life.

Angie Mc's curator insight, March 19, 2013 6:22 PM

"There may be a slight difference between the words react and respond. Yet, in practice, there seems to be a gulf of difference."

 

Practicing emotional and physical discipline helps one to respond, to be responsible.  When one is depleted, it is easier to feel a victim to outside circumstances.

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Reasons Why Positive Affirmations Work

For those who are already reading the title of the blog and are saying to themselves “what’s positive affirmation” let me explain. An affirmation is something that's declared true by someone. So no...

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For Lovers Only Movie Official Trailer 2011 HD

The story of a man and a woman in love. After seeing each other for the first time in years while on separate work assignments in Paris, the lovers flee toge...
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"FOR LOVERS ONLY"   A beautiful blend of videoclip, photography, film, music, light and shadow ..... as is life itself

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Mindfulness Requires Practice and Purpose

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Misconceptions surround the practice of mindfulness, which is part meditation and part a greater awareness of the things around you.

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ThinDifference's curator insight, March 24, 2013 11:41 AM

Solid overview of mindfulness. It is not a pancea, but it can help us in our everyday work and opportunities.

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A Mindful Difference: Respond vs React - Thin Difference

A Mindful Difference: Respond vs React - Thin Difference | MIs cosas ~ My Things | Scoop.it
Being mindful in our responses ensures integrity in our interactions. Absence of mindfulness will raise the likelihood of emotional reactions.

Via ThinDifference
alexander_sp's insight:

Misdfulness

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ThinDifference's curator insight, March 18, 2013 11:17 AM

There is a big difference between responding and reacting, and mindfulness can help us focus more on being more responsive in a thoughtful and centered way. The four steps outlined may help us tackle this in meetings and in life.

Angie Mc's curator insight, March 19, 2013 6:22 PM

"There may be a slight difference between the words react and respond. Yet, in practice, there seems to be a gulf of difference."

 

Practicing emotional and physical discipline helps one to respond, to be responsible.  When one is depleted, it is easier to feel a victim to outside circumstances.