After my talk on compassionate leadership at the Women In Tech Global Conference last week, I got quite a few emails and messages about the stress of anticipating their place in the future of work. People are working now with some level of trauma. From the pandemic, societal issues, unfamiliar work/life situations, changes in infrastructure and
On the Mindful Social Business #podcast this week, Janet Chats with Dr. Diana Hill about Psychological Flexibility and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
My guest on the podcast this week, Brett Hill has such a delightful approach to teaching mindfulness and meditation.
Tiny Habits fits perfectly into the way I work, and I’m happy to say I’m now a Certified Tiny Habits coach, and can add this tool to my offerings for clients of all kinds.
How can we nurture joy in our lives in these turbulent times? Join Janet for this retreat and find out!
The word “mindfulness” has become a trendy catchphrase these days, and some avoid using the “M” word altogether because it feels woo woo, or icky. The thing is, whatever you wanna call it, I can tell you that these simple techniques work, and. I was intrigued by Clif Smith’s title. Mindfulness without the bells and
Authenticity, it’s one of those words bandied about a lot, isn’t it? Often, in marketing and politics especially, “authenticity” just doesn’t ring true. It’s added like frosting or showers of glitter to create a feeling of trust and familiarity. As professor Herminia Ibarra tells us, a simplistic understanding of what authenticity means can hinder our
What is one of the best ways to incorporate the benefits of mindfulness into your life?By learning and then practicing the time-tested skills taught by a trained coach and in a safe, supportive environment for learning and growing together. Why do retreats make a huge difference in our ability to absorb and put into practice these
A Mindfulness practice to help us see the common humanity in ALL of us, even the ones that are driving us over the edge.
What is microdosed mindfulness? It’s a way to stop the busy, overwhelmed mind and find calm, even in the middle of a storm.
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