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Mindfulness

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Transcript of Mindfulness


Mindfulness:
Awake, Aware, Attentive
While mindfulness is the practical application of self-awareness, self-management, and social awareness; there are many paths to mindfulness.
Cognitive training
Meditation practices
Corporate Coaching
Supportive Relationships
Reflection
Contemplation
Helps us put leadership into true practice
Constant renewal to keep us in tune with ourselves and counter the effects of Sacrifice Syndrome
Enables us to put first thing first
Engage our passion and build positive emotional states
Slipping Into Mindlessness
What is Mindfulness?

Understands right from wrong
Clear about who you are
Understand whats priority
Steadfast in beliefs

Observe
Listen
Learn
Practice Daily
Results
Practice Daily
Awake
Aware
Attentive
Talking Without Words
Minding the Medicine Wheel
Defining Your Practice:
Cultivating Mindfulness

Tunnel Vision and Multitasking
Buddhist Philosophy:
Navigating the Unknown
Mindfulness and Its 2 Critical Roles
Understanding Your Environment
Cognitive Psychology:
healthy state of cognitive openness, curiosity, and awareness
moment to moment awareness
"The capacity to be fully
aware
of all that one experiences inside the self--body, mind, heart, spirit-- and to pay full
attention
to what is happening around us-- people, the natural world, our surroundings, and events"
Purpose/Benefits
Practice Daily
Results
Never let yourself get boxed in by your own or others ideas, beliefs or hangups
Seek newness and variety
seek different opinions
learn from multi-perspectives
befriend all ages
watch different programs
Consider it
Choose only what is relevant
Adapt to constantly changing situations
Ability to observe people and context carefully
Situational wisdom
Varied perspectives
it is difficult to stay focused and attentive to your inner voice during disappointing times
Results
it is often the quiet, subtle, disturbing feelings that are the messages we need to listen to most closely.
Look for the little things
Listen to your intuition
Learn in failures
Explore in great detail
Mindfulness
Resonance
Normal Practice
Shut down
Fake the funk
Give up
Lose confidence
Mindfulness
Self-awareness
Courage
Confidence
Optimism
Honing the skills of mindful attention to oneself enables us to make better choices because we recognize and deal with our own internal state....
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Attending carefully to our human environment and our relationships enables us to see details we may have missed and generate more accurate ideas about what is really going on.
Pay attention to the people
fears/habits
strength vs weakness
responses/ body language
Scan the environment
Revisit goals/mission
Normal Practice
Mindfulness
Self protective mode
"I told you so" mind
Sacrifice Syndrome
Not team player
Personal success

When "Shoulds" Lead to Compromises
Emotional reality
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/anger-in-the-age-entitlement/200809/emotional-reality
The communication about how we feel to one another from our subtle emotional and physiological responses
Talking Without Words
Slipping Into Mindlessness
This not only affect your job, but your health, relationships with loved ones, and fulfillment in life.
Mindfulness expert Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn
Introduction
In today's world multitasking is expected and valued especially at executive level. While mega-multitasking becomes a badge of honor. We often confuse efficiency with effectiveness. Research shows that the ability to stay intensely focused declines over time. Therefore we train our minds not to focus on what is going on.
Devoting greater mindshare to one aspect of our work or life may leave less room available for others.
Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee Chapter 6
Mindfulness is not something we are born with, nor is it a technique; it is a way of being.
It requires connection with other people and developing emotional intelligence.
It is paying attention on purpose in the present moment non-judgmental as if your life depended on it.
Summary
We can become a shadow of what we once were, playing roles rather than living authentically simply by treating life's big decisions as if they are checklists of to-dos
Fragile Self-Esteem and the Imposter Syndrome
Having to prove oneself over and over can lead to chronic uneasiness
Know Your Mind, Train Your Mind, Free Your Mind
know
train
free
Introduction
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