My comments: I love when people recognize the power of mindfulness in leadership, because mindfulness allows for better decisions and teamworking. I am sure you will love the following simple tips.
“Earlier this year we blogged about the Wisdom 2.0 Conference in Silicon Valley, an event that brought together mindful teachers and technology executives to discuss how we can engage the great technologies of our age in ways that benefit people, our society and the world.
The second year of the conference brought 400 people to the event and more than 130,000 visitors to the event’s web stream. The top 10 mindfulness tips below were gathered from several speakers at the event – including Seane Corn, Jon Kabat Zinn, Chris Sacca and Jack Kornfield. Find out more about each of these tips and who offered them.
- Don’t let strong emotion betray everything you care about
- Re-examine what makes you happy
- See the shades of grey
- Take tea time
- Don’t call it mindfulness
- Just live
- Use moments of waiting as opportunities for mindfulness
- Be intentional about what you’re doing
- 1 Breath, 1 minute every day.
Mindfulness is something we at Amplify Leadership integrate into our work and our programs. We use mindfulness practices in our teams and in our programs, teaching people how mindfulness can create better results in every area of their professional and personal lives.
Do you practice mindfulness? If so, what results does it bring you? How do you suggest people act more mindfully in their work and their life? Let us know your ideas. We’d love to try them out for ourselves! Here is another post you might want to read about practicing mindfulness at work.”